I really don't want to rate this recipe, but I must review it. The cereal to me tasting it before making this recipe, tasted sweet and fine. But it resulted in an issue with an allergic reaction, I'm sorry to say. It's my fault for not reading the ingredient list before ingesting them. I would recommend, reading the ingredients on food, if it's new to you. I can't eat the cereal because of the one ingredient. However, the recipe is easy BUT my other down fall for the recipe in it's self was, having them set up in the refrigerator because it was taking way to long to have the chocolate/peanut butter mixture dry but when taking them out and transporting them to a nursing home down the road from my house, they did like a melting factor. They didn't completely melt apart but were totally messy when I got them there. Not something I was to happy about handing them over to the folks staying there. I feel maybe the peanut butter is it's down fall, less peanut butter to the ratio of chocolate. I will say, I honestly won't be making this again because of the ingredient in the Fiber One cereal, and I find a Bran cereal alternative to use....even though it didn't taste as sweet and no allergy. I was still able to try them with the alternative and successfully made a haystack that didn't fall apart when finished by adjusting the PB and I felt comfortable with the natural bran alternative to give to my family whom can't have aspartame as well.
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I really don't want to rate this recipe, but I must review it. The cereal to me tasting it...