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This recipe is very easy to make. It tastes great, but I am planning to add a little more marshmallows and butter as it is just a tad dry. Rene'
yum yum! my dd and i made these this afternoon! i cut the recipe in half, but kept the butter amount the same...i know, but everything is better with more butter!! i loved the additional flavor from the vanilla and almond extract (i like to add both extracts to my butter cookies as well). thanks for posting, this is a keeper!
I really liked the new taste of Almond and vanilla....emmmm good
The vanilla and almond extracts add a subtle decadence to a sentimental recipe. I scaled back to 1/2 teaspoon on each, simply because I was nervous and didn't want the flavor to be too overwhelming,
Nice little twist on the rice krispie treat. The almond is a wonderful background flavor. Made for the USA regional tag game!
Seen this recipe posted on front page of zaar as recipe of the day. Congrat's... I knew I had to try since it called for almond and vanilla. Love these additions and so glad I gave it a go. Thanks a bunch for this keeper.~
These are very tasty! I love the addition of the almond extract. I used 3 TABLESPOONS of margarine, not 3 teaspoons, as the original Kellogg's Rice Krispies Treats recipe uses 3 tablespoons. Didn't know if this was a typo or if the original poster truly used only 3 teaspooons. (Edited to say: author has since adjusted the recipe.) My family prefers these to regular rice krispies treats. Sometimes I throw in a handful+ of coconut!
Yummy! Loved the almond and vanilla extracts. So much better than plain Rice Krispie Treats!! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
I made half a batch and I used butter instead of margarine. I liked the addition of the almond extract. Instead of a 13x9 pan I used individual heart shaped forms for Valentines Day. Thanks for posting a great recipe.