Easy Bake Oven Rice Krispies Treats

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  • Preheat easy bake oven 15 minutes.
  • Place margarine and marshmallow cream in the warming cup.
  • Put on the warming tray and cover.
  • Warm for nine minutes stirring occasionally.
  • Half fill the other warming cup with puffed rice cereal.
  • Thoroughly mix the puffed rice cereal with the warmed mixture of margarine and marshmallow cream in a bowl.
  • Take a small amount from the bowl and form a cookie shape.
  • Place the shapes on a plate.
  • Refrigerate for about 1/2 hour or until firm.

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  1. We did not have marshmallow cream so we used half of a large marshmallow which we ultimately had to microwave for ten seconds. My niece, Rebekah really enjoyed this recipe.


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