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honey graham cereal
light corn syrup
1 1/2 cups
milk chocolate chips
I was looking for a very simular recipe and came across this one. After reading some of the other reviews, I came up with some alterations that turned out just as the recipe I was looking for. Instead of melting the marshmallows in with the chocolate, I mixed them in with the cereal. I only used 4 cups marshmallows, and 6 cups cereal. This way, the chocolate mixture was coating the cereal and marshmallows together. Everyone loved them.
I thought this recipe was terrible. Once the marshmallow/chocolate mixture melted, it hardened way too fast to get it mixed in with the cereal. I went straight from the stove to the bowl and it had hardened before I could get it mixed in.
I also didn't care for the flavor or texture very much.
I have been making these since I was a kid. I use 6 cups Golden Grahams and 4 cups marshmellows. Once the marshmellows and chocolate have melted, I pour in 4 cups of the golden Grahams and stir and mix well. Then I pour in the additional 2 cups golden Grahams, 1/4 cup chocolate chips and 1/2 cup mini marshmellows. This way the last part of the cereal tastes a bit crunchy as it is not drowned in the chocolate and the marshmellows and chocolate chips do not melt for an added flavor. YUMMY! Always a hit camping!
This is awesome and every time I make them for friends, family or work they disappear instantly and the compliments roll in. For such a simple thing people go crazy! Don't go overboard w/ adding extra c.chips b/c the bars will be too limp to cut. Also fine to do in microwave - just microwave the mmallows/chips/butter/c.syrup a few minutes at a time (I do total of about 3min.)until smooth, then I stir in 1tsp. vanilla and the cereal. Rave reviews!!
I tried this without the corn syrup, and I liked it a lot better... I also added about a cup of marshmallows to throw in with the cereal so they stay whole and chewy. A really delicious recipe! (and EASY)
This is a quick and easy recipe...and very tasty! I love chewy bars and this fits the bill. For those of you who had problems, I would recommend melting the chocolate mixture in the microwave. It will turn out much softer and easier to stir into the golden graham cereal. The only reason I can think of why the mixture would harden so fast is that it's being cooked too long or too high. If making on stovetop, try using a candy thermometer. I also added 1 tsp. vanilla to melted mixture and then stirred in one cup mini marshmallows after I stirred the chocolate/cereal mixture up a bit.
A very gooey treat! I used to make these for sorority rush and it was just as easy to make enough for 400 people as it was for 5. These remind me of rice krispi treats-they are so easy to make but everyone thinks you slaved over them. DELICIOUS!
with a few modifications this was exactly what I was looking for.
1) I melted 2c chocolate over a double boiler until just melted.
2) I mixed the marshmallows in with the cereal.
It was perfect and tasted great.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 68
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