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These are super simple to make & soooo yummy!!!! My family really enjoyed them. I made half a batch just to see if we liked them. I used creamy peanut butter instead of crunchy & added a bit more cereal & peanut butter. I also used white almond bark instead of white chocolate. I didn't want to wait 2 hours for them to firm up so I placed them in the freezer for about 6 minutes & they were ready. I'm thinking next time I may add some mini semi-sweet chocolate chips....This recipe is definitely a keeper!!

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Heather L. July 25, 2011

These were pretty good. I used chocolate rice cereal, half as much white chocolate and natural crunchy PB. They did need to be refrigerated, but the temp here has been in the 100's lately.

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Cuistot May 23, 2008

These are very good (Rocky Road!) candies, and are fast to make. I used bittersweet dark chocolate instead of the white, and used half the quantity. I also decreased the peanut butter to 25% (for DH's taste). Melting the chocolate in the microwave took one minute (I stirred every 10-15 seconds). The chocolate was all dry and the candies set in just over an hour. The full recipe would have yielded 4 dozen for me, so I must have been making them larger -- though I think it might be hard to get them smaller with the marshmallows. Your guests will definitely enjoy these yummy treats!

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Maito May 20, 2008

Very good and easy to make recipe. I made these for the kids that I work with today, and I of course snacked on a few and so did my mother. They firmed up quite nicely, will make again!

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anme March 30, 2007
Simple & Easy Crispy Rice Candy - Kid Favorite!