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Peanut Butter Rice Crispy Treats

Peanut Butter Rice Crispy Treats created by flower7

This is an easy wonderfully tastey treat that is great for all occasions. This is my mother in law's recipe, that my sweet husband had as a child, and my children ask for also. I have also molded these in to little brains on Halloween.

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  • Place sugar, syrup and peanut butter in heavy sauce pan and bring to a boil.
  • Place the rice crispies in a large bowl.
  • Stir the mixture on to the top of the cereal, til all is covered.
  • Place mixture on buttered cookie sheet, use hands covered in butter to spread. (I have tried to use a utensil,and always reverted to the hand spreading method).
  • Place in fridge to cool.
  • Cut in squares.
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"This is an easy wonderfully tastey treat that is great for all occasions. This is my mother in law's recipe, that my sweet husband had as a child, and my children ask for also. I have also molded these in to little brains on Halloween."
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  1. MN Grandma Joyce
    As with recipe and marshmellows, grab your large servings spoons from the drawer...run the hot water faucet and swipe water and shake, press on bar. But a few times and your bar is packed and when cool...cut and eat. We made for brownies/scouts over camp fire. Not that hard when kids can do them.
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  2. wildfinches
    Can I use corn syrup? Don't have any Karo.
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  3. MrsDDalanD M.
    This was truly awesome. Everyone loved it. The only things I did differently were to pat into a 9X13 cake pan instead of a cookie sheet and I topped it with melted milk chocolate chips. YUMMY!! I plan to try it in mini muffin pans with a dollop of milk chocolate on each one next time. This is going to become a staple in my repertoire!
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  4. Pollie P.
    I have made these for years and love them. I melt the sugar but do not boil. I short the cereal just a little bit, because I like to drop mine like cookies onto parchment paper. When cool, place in airtight container.
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  5. drt71852
    Wrong directions, mine were rock hard !!!
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