Thanks for posting this great recipe. I also bought Rrice Krispies with no recipe on the box. You'd think I'd remember how after making this tons of times in the past 60 years, but, of course, I didn't. Anyway - yummy and as usual I had to eat the first one while it was still gooey and falling apart. They set up if you can wait awhile. Great for kids and not so young kids.
Yum yum!! Delicious, classic recipe! I switched it up a bit and threw in a teaspoon of vanilla and a drop or two of almond extract and a tiny bit of maple flavoring - delicious!!
This is not the original recipe! Pure vanilla extract was on the original recipe. In addition the proportions have been changed; more butter was called for in the original. <br/>Margarine was invented after the original recipe. If possible find Rice Krispies that do NOT have corn syrup as the sweetener (easier to find) and marshmallows without, too ( hard to find). The combination of both items with corn syrup makes the squares too sweet, as compared to the original squares. <br/><br/>Jerry K. Age 67.
I had forgotten how much of a pain in the arse Rice Krispie treats really are. Haha. Plus, my marshmallows were ancient, so they didn't melt well. (Read the description, chefs!) However, I am pretty sure this is the original recipe, and the kids say they taste fine. I thought the recipe I used to make had vanilla in it, but it was Betty Crocker rather than back-of-the-box. So despite the rice krispies all over the kitchen and the sticky pan, thank you for posting.
this one never gets old!!! How does it taste with fruity pebbles instead of rice crispies?
Perfecto! These have just the flavor I remember as a kid. I used Halal marshmallows (only 8 ounces), Margarine and about 5 1/2 cups of Rice Krispies.
It really helped me... This really helped me do a(n) quick easy edible treat for my child's robot and earth project
Worked perfectly! Everyone loved them. I sprayed the baking sheet with Canola Oil spray, which helped them easily come out.
TBH: I don't really know you but your recipes are on point girl. Delish!!! Rate: obviously 5 out of 5. Rock on homie
Ok, all you rice krispie treat mavens, tell me what I did wrong. I followed the recipe to a T and got a rock-hard, dry, barely sweet pan of trash that I fed to the chickens. What a waste! I swear, I'm not an idiot. I can bake cakes and bread and all sorts of things like that, but I can't make rice krispie treats? Help, please!