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Marshmallow RICE KRISPIES® TREATS™

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This is the impossibly easy, crispy-yet-gooey bar that is always first to disappear on the potluck table. Why bring anything else?
time
prep:
15 min
total:
15 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
10/5/2006
I made this and it looked fine, it was simple enough. But for some reason, after it was cooled, it seemed stale. I usually cut it right after its stale and eat it.. but it just tastes stale. I use fresh cereal and fresh everything else. Is any one else dealing with this or just me?
posted:
8/17/2006
Great for dessert
posted:
6/13/2006
Super yummy! My four year old twins and I made these the other night. Very easy and will be making again soon :)
posted:
5/26/2006
I've made this recipe for years & years. I've always used my microwave & found that it takes a really large bowl, since the marshmallows expand a lot! Also, I always add a tsp of vanilla after the marshmallows melt, before adding the cereal. It really gives the crispies a yummy flavor!
posted:
4/10/2006
Tastes great! Everyone in my family devoured it. I will make this alot more often. Super Easy!
posted:
1/18/2006
this is old and wonderful in many ways , with peanut butter chocolat chips and nuts and other variation
posted:
7/7/2005
I have made these as a kid and a Adult and I still love eatting them.
posted:
1/29/2005
A Classic Favorite! Quick and Simple and cheap!
posted:
10/27/2004
This was such a wonderful and easy recipe that I had my 8 year old make it (I helped with the microwave of course) but this is wonderful for little helpers that want to learn how to cook. and best of all it does not involved the oven. We added sprinkles to give a decorative look. I can't wait to make it again.
posted:
10/19/2004
The soldiers in training eat up 3 batches per concert night at chapel on Ft. Eustis. This has been a favorite and affordable treat to make all year round. Thank you for the quick hints to use the microwave instead of the stove top . My 7 & 9 year olds enjoy helping me make this treat for the soldiers.
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