29 Reviews

These are the BEST! The thick melted chocolate/butterscotch chips topping and the peanut butter mixed into the bars adds so much to this already delicious treat. These are highly addictive and wonderful to have around the house or to bring to any gathering (worth inventing an occasion just to make them! :)) I made the recipe exactly as listed, except I melted the chips together on the stovetop instead of the microwave, lightly greased the pan, and allowed them to set at room temperature instead of chilling them. They were perfect! Thanks so much! I will make these a million times over!

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CookieMonster2323 April 05, 2006

Very rich tasting. Easy to make in 15 minutes. Great recipe.

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briegsecker May 09, 2015

This is the same recipe I have been making for years. The only thing I changed was to use chunky peanut butter. Please don't forget the butterscotch chips, you can't taste them and they make a BIG difference. I left them out once and my family knew with the first bite!!!!

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rennis1942_11567969 December 09, 2012

I love the addition of the butterscotch chips! A distinct improvement over the recipe I used to make that only had chocolate chips. I made half a batch (only the two of us) and it fit nicely in an 8 x 8 pan. Thanks so much for sharing!

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Lisa Gay July 15, 2012

Very easy to make and absolutely delicious, but I prefer the recipe that calls for more peanut butter (#114373).

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insulin resistant carb addict November 13, 2011

Quick & easy! I'm already giving the recipe to other ppl! Thanks for sharing :)

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bake&decorate March 07, 2011

These are awesome. My cousin used to make these for our once a year trip to the winery for Octoberfest. They make for a good afternoon snack.

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Jazz Lover March 06, 2011

Fabulous! I bought a VAT of rice krispies at BJ's (my kids "HAD" to have them!...) and was looking for a yummy recipe to get rid of these things! This is delicious! And SUPER easy! I don't like butterscotch so I omitted them, but nonethe less, a VERY quick and yummy treat! Thank you for sharing such a yummy recipe! LA :-)

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L.A. Stewart - way upstate N.Y. March 14, 2010

OUTSTANDING MUNCHIE TREAT, but then I love PB almost as much as I do chocolate, so . . . I followed the recipe right on down, even to cutting them in 2"x2" pieces! And, as nice as they tasted, & as easy as they are to make, it's a little inaccurate to say cut them that way & then have the Nutrition Facts figured for a 100 1=inch squares ~ A little confusing there, but still, I'm keeping the recipe on file to make again, so thanks for sharing it! [Made & reviewed in Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup tag]

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Sydney Mike March 10, 2010

Just like my grandma makes! I can't keep my hands out of 'em - these will be made again and again now that I have the recipe!!

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Brooke the Cook in WI January 19, 2010
Chocolate, Butterscotch, Pb Rice Krispies Treats