6 Reviews

Excellent, rich, not dry. Keep 'em sealed in a bag. Better than store-bought.

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rtfm13 June 01, 2011

Terrific! I'm not sure what makes this so much better but it is! Must be the butter. My daughter mad this as part of he homework assignment. I have a feeling I will be required to have the cupboards stocked with marshmallows & rice Krispy cereal after this. Thanks for posting !

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Chicagoland Chef du Jour December 28, 2010

I added some sesame seeds to make it "healthy" - worked a treat. Sorry I don't know how much I used - just enough to have a few in each bite. Great recipe. Will try drizzling melted chocolate on top next time too.

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iggearthmom September 14, 2014

Great recipe... I quarted the measurements to make just a few (it's so easy to shape into 1/2 of a small rectangular glass dish). It was perfect. I had the heat too high on the first batch I made and they were extra crispy... that was my fault. When I did it the second time on a lower temperature, it was perfect. : )<br/><br/>Thanks!<br/><br/>Addition to review... my hubby suggested using a little less rice crispies, so the second time I made them I used 10 oz. of rice crispies... he thought it was a big improvement... more ooey-gooey-yummy. : )

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Chef TanyaW July 27, 2013

Just made these for a benefit and wishing I had some to keep! Thanks for great recipe

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ouporblowup February 02, 2012
Easiest Rice Krispie Treats