I could only get 4 1/4 cups of cereal from the box and the 25 large marshmallows weren't enough to cover all the cereal. I ended up melting the rest of the bag of marshmallows to finish coating the rest. This was too much for a square pan so I used a larger rectangular one. Tastes great though!
I give it a five! We did these for the kid's treats at our St. Patrick's Day Party (as opposed to the Guinness Cupcakes with Bailey's Frosting - OMG, look that recipe up!) and they were a hit. Fun and delicious!
I make these too but I do mine in the microwave. Very easy and tasty...good way to help get rid of my cereal stash...lol!
these wonderful treats were included in a take-home pac for my DS, I just received a call letting me know he loved them, thanks for sharing Karen!
These were really good! My husband loves Lucky Charms, so I knew he would like these. They seem to get kinda soggy after a day or two, though, so don't double the recipe unless you need to. Thanks for the recipe.
These are so awesome Karen. They too are (one of) my favorite childhood cereals. (still are). I had a huge box sitting around and wondering what to do and this was just perfect. And of course so very easy. I doubled the batch and put in a 8x11. Glad I found this recipe while searching under LuckyCharms Cereal. They're a winner that I will be making again quite soon.
I bought a huge box of Lucky Charms at Sam's for my boys and came across this recipe. Made it for after dinner treats and they are gone. Very easy to make - this is a great variation on rice krispy treats that I will be making again.Thanks for a great idea!