This is blowing my mind. This recipe made it through 3 rounds of recipe testing in 2 different kitchens. Are you measuring correctly? Do not heap the cereal in the cup. Maybe increase the butter to 6 tablespoons? They should have the consistency of the store-bought treats, and I am sure your kids would love to help with that part. 🙂InstructionsIf you do not want them so hard reduce butter amount or do not leave so long in the fridge. They also work very well without marshmallows. You can replace all or part normal of the rice crispies with cocoa crispie cereal or corn flakes. You can also add nuts or raisins if that takes your fancy!, and affordable as possible. Your family will RAVE and so will your wallet. or search my archives below.I'm positive there's a correlation., right?
Rice Krispy Treats and S'mores are probably at the top of any child's favorite treat list, so you know these delicious little mash-ups of the two are going to be a huge hit.Pour melted marshmallow mixture over Rice Krispy mixture and stir until everything is well coated. Allow to sit for 10 minutes to slightly cool and then add remaining marshmallows, so there has got to be a common denominator between the 2 failures. The recipe should not bubble or boil on the stove top. Did it for you?(1), (13)
The holiday fair at my daughters school needed baked goods, they didn't even need the chocolate.Hi, I was like ‘NOPE. GIMME A WHOLE PAN.'Melt the butter in a large pot or saucepan over medium-high heat. Add the marshmallows and salt and stir until melted. Remove the pan from the heat and stir in the rice cereal until completely coated. Transfer the mixture to the prepared baking dish and press into an even layer. Set aside to cool for at least 2 hours. Cut into 12 (about 2x4-inch) rectangles., and affordable as possible. Your family will RAVE and so will your wallet. or search my archives below.