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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:
8/13/2013
A fun treat for everyone and easy to make!
posted:
11/17/2012
this looks exciting i would like to make this for thanksgiving : )
posted:
11/14/2012
My son and I made these together. It's a old favorite. We're making them with Fruity Pebbles next time!
posted:
12/13/2011
i love this awesome recipe ONLY i only used 4 cups instead of 5 of the cereal. :)
posted:
8/28/2011
I read several reviews to see if anyone else "got it". Who doesn't already know this recipe by heart and has been making it forever? Yes, it's a all-time favorite, but certainly not original. Sorry, don't mean to be negative; just surprised to see it here.
posted:
1/27/2009
My sons and I made this recipe yesterday. It was very easy to make with children, the microwave directions made it safe to do with toddlers. I sprayed the bowl, spoon, and wax paper, clean up was easy. Great recipe to introduce children to cooking....
posted:
1/5/2009
I tried microwave instructions, works well. Not as messy though if you spray bowl, spoon, pan, & plastic wrap used to press into pan. I then flipped the mold onto lightly sprayed foiland cut w/sprayed knife.....NO MESS!
posted:
7/15/2008
I loved how easy this recipe was! My kids love it and my 4yro could easily help with it! Definitely will make again!
posted:
7/6/2008
I added an extra tablespoon of butter, and a teaspoon of vanilla. Press into pan with a Pam sprayed piece of wax paper.
posted:
2/6/2008
a little dry but will try again
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