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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:
1/28/2015
Want a REAL treat with these treats? Substitute the standard marshmallows with the Caramel marshmallows Kraft recently came out with. Never believed you could improve this recipe but the Caramel is tremendous! Thanks Kraft!
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.
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