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crispy rice cereal
dry roasted peanuts
crunchy peanut butter
white chocolate, chopped
I make these cookies every Christmas & someone always asks for the recipe. In lieu of white choc you can use colored chocolate discs or semi-sweet chocolate for a variety. Delicious
this is good, but mostly a good place to start. i thought it was too much chocolate (and i'm a choc-o-holic) and not enough crispies. the nice thing is, you can vary alot according to taste. next time i think i might actually break up some pretzles and put them in. i also followed the suggestion of others and poured it all into a pan; it took a while to firm, so i put that in the fridge, and then they were a pain to cut into bars! next time, if there is one, i think i will drop them by spoonful.
I changed the recipe to tailor more to traditional rice crispy treats. I used the same amount of peanuts and white chocolate (which I colored green for St. Patrick's Day) but increased the peanut butter to 1.5 cups, marshmallows to 2.5 cups and rice crispies to about 5 cups. I put the mixture into a large pan to harden and they turned out great!
I've made this but have used less marshmallows and added even mini m&m's and coconut. For the holidays, I've even added color sprinkles to them just before putting the balls in the fridge to set.
I made these for my grown sons and they ate all of them in one day. They said they would have given this one 10 stars! Absolutely addictive! Thank you for this great treat!
Great recipe, found it through doing a 'gluten free' search. although i must warn any folks with a gluten allergy out there that most puffed rice cereals contain malt/malt extract and so they're NOT gluten free. Guess the rule is to be careful with all ingredients.
This was awesome & super easy to make....I added cashews, mini M&M's and peanut butter captain crunch.
Yum, yum, yum. Thank you for sharing
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Crispy Rice Candy
Serving Size: 1/84 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 84
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 61
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