These are so quick and easy to throw together and they taste great, too! I made these as a snack for my Sunday School class and they devoured them-I helped a little, too!(= I didn't roll them into balls, I just scooped them off a spoon onto wax paper and they were perfect. Thanks for a great treat, Jellyqueen!
Very yummy! I used an additional 3 cups of Rice Krispies and increased the white sugar and brown sugar to make 3/4 cup each. I also used more Karo syrup(about 3/4 cup). My dad really enjoyed these. I also used this for gift giving this year for Navratri(one of our prime festivals). You can also try this with Cornflakes instead of Rice Krispies. Its a great treat!
Confession time....I messed up...I didn't print the recipe off first and was going between the laptop and the kitchen. I put the sugars and syrup into a microwave 2 quart measure along with the peanut butter...ended up boiling and stirring a couple of times until it was well boiled and no graininess, then added the vanilla. Poured it all over the Krispies and well...Heaven! It turned into peanut butter fudge with Krispies! I also was short on Karo so subbed the half I was missing with honey.
Very nice! On a second go I used all brown sugar and added to rice krispies some cookie crumbs, up to 3 cups all together.
I can't believe I've never reviewed these since I have been making them for about 6 years now! They are excellent :D I can never keep a batch longer than it takes for people to find out I've made them!
I've drizzled chocolate over the top on a couple of occasions, but no need to mess with perfection.
Yum - quick, easy and utterly delicious. Add me to the list of happy reviewers.
I was looking for a recipe to use up some leftover krispies, and this fit the bill. Quick, easy, and incredibly delicious!!
Everyone loved these cookies! I thought they would be overly sweet but they turned out great and were easy to put together. I would definitely make again for my Christmas trays :)
These were okay but I wouldn't make again, as my hubby stated, Scotcheroos are much better