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Frosted Peanut-Marshmallow RICE KRISPIES® TREATS™

Frosted Peanut-Marshmallow RICE KRISPIES® TREATS™ recipe
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This childhood favorite just keeps getting more scrumptious with the addition of peanut butter and a thick coating of chocolate. Truly the ultimate in marshmallow treats.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
1 hr 10 min
servings
total:
36 servings
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posted:
11/9/2008
Very easy and yummy
posted:
11/1/2008
I think my b/f was trying to eat the entire first batch on his own.. I had to make a second for his units party last Christmas.
posted:
10/22/2008
I loved this recipe. Tasted just like I remembered from childhood! I basically kept it the same but added a tad more peanut butter than what the recipe called for. Turned out perfect and the kids gobbled them up!! Husband loved them so much he even made a batch to take to the hospital with him to share with all the nurses!!
posted:
10/18/2008
It was a big hit at work!
posted:
9/26/2008
They were wonderful. Easy to make. Tastier than regular rice squares. I would recommend them to anyone. Thanks for the great recipe!!!niftybarbara
posted:
8/28/2008
These were great! I used crunchy peanut butter instead of extra peanuts and it was delicious!
posted:
7/23/2008
Delicious! I used a store brand low sugar peanut butter that I hadn't tried before...it wasn't the best. Next time, I think I'll use crunchy peanut butter and omit the extra peanuts. I can't wait to make them again!!
posted:
3/21/2008
I LOVED it!! So did my family!!
posted:
1/25/2008
Yum!! These are fantastic and extremely easy to make!
posted:
1/17/2008
I have made a variant of this recipe which calls for the extra step of actually layering the melted butterscotch and melted chocolate chips separately, with the chocolate as the top layer. The flavors of the two layers were therefore more distinct. This was worth the extra time it takes to harden the butterscotch layer in the frig before adding the chocolate layer. It is also prettier!
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