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Very simple and quick way to make Rice Krispies treats...they turned out perfect!! Thanks for posting.
Three words..... Yum Yum Yum! Quick and easy! We couldn't even wait for them to cool completely before we dug in! Love the ease of cooking in the microwave :^) Thanks!
Too easy to prepare... and to easy to eat!! :) Made these for Christmas baskets at the office - added some little m&ms.... mmmmmm!! Thanks! :)
Thank you so much! These were almost too easy! I made a double batch. The water on your hands tip worked wonderfully.
These are the absolute best! The moist hands tip for pressing the mixture into the pan works better than anything I have tried. Thank you so much Len.
How I make them every time (although I've never actually measured the cereal :) ) I find that they taste even better if you add a teaspoon or two of vanilla flavoring - I always get complements on them (which I think is funny given how easy they are to make.)
These were great! The directions were very clear. I did use a 9x13 pan, and didn't find them too thin. But I don't like the bib giant don't-fit-in-my-mouth-'cause-they're-so-thick kind. I had never made them in the microwave before, but now I will do it no other way!!! Thanks!
This is the way that I have been making Rice Krispy Treats for years. I prepared these for a 4th of July get-together and stirred in red, white, and blue M&Ms. They were a hit with everyone.
This is the best way to make the original rice krispy treats! I doubled the recipe and it fit perfectly in a 9x13 pan, nice and thick. FYI: one 10oz. box of Kellogg's Rice Krispies is exactly 10 cups. Also, the Kellogg's recipe calls for same amount of marshmallows but 1 TBSP less of butter and 1 cup MORE of cereal. I think this recipe is better, but I might try reducing just the butter sometime.
This turned out really good. Thanks.