Recipe by ~Marianne~
"I invented this easy no-bake recipe because of a bake sale at work, combined with my boredom with the usual rice cereal version. It was one of the most requested cookies, and helped me make enough for a down payment on my home! Top these with chocolate chips, and they taste just like s'mores!"
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1 (16 ounce) package
1 (12 ounce) box
honey graham cereal
My kids and husband loved these! My oldest son and I made these together and after we'd assembled them, we scooped them up with an ice cream scoop and dropped them on wax paper. We then melted some semi-sweet chocolate chips in a makeshift double boiler and drizzled it over the top. Took it up another notch. They loved it. This one's a keeper.
These were just too sweet for me. No one in the family thought they were very good. I think we will stick to the traditional s'mores over the camp fire.
I have to say that when I saw this recipe I thought "Eh, nothing more than glorified rice krispy treats..." but boy was I wrong. The mixture of tastes in this recipe is outstanding and the texture is, in my opinion, much superior to RKTs. I did go ahead and add the miniature chocolate chips while the mixture was still warm so they melted about halfway as I stirred and this made a nice look/flavor in the finished product. I didn't make any other adjustments other than that my box of cereal was 16 oz instead of 12 oz and I adjusted the other measurements in proportion. When we tasted them we were very surprised at how good they were... I mean, I didn't expect they would be bad or I wouldn't have made them. I chose the recipe, however just because I was making rich brownies for something, needed another dessert, and chose this because it would be slightly different. I was making an extra pan of one and let my husband choose by reading the recipes to him. He chose the brownies; but after tasting both he said he wished he had chosen these. He kept sneaking in to steal more of them before I could take them to our event. I will absolutely make these again. Probably tomorrow!!
These are great Marianne! ~~ I used mini chocolate chips to sprinkle on the top and MMmmm.. :o) I love the combination of the flavors in these easy to make bars!
I made these with Special K Cinnamon Pecan Cereal and it was delicious. I added a little extra cinnamon. I got a lot of wonderful reviews on this. I am sure you can use different types of cereal like Corn Flakes or Bran Flakes.
This was very delicious! My whole family loved this and it truly is hard to eat just one piece!
WOW, thanks so much for this recipe. I was looking for the classic recipe and came across yours. I had a mix of peanut butter chips and milk chocolate chips that I added to the butter, peanut butter and marshmallows and followed the recipe the same. My family will devour these! Thanks so much!
This is a pretty tasty treat. I did as another reviewer and used an icecream scoop then drizzled with chocolate. My family liked these a lot. I will probably be making these again in the future. It still did not top my all time favorite graham cereal treat though, Indoor Smores which you can probably find on this site somewhere as well.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No-Bake Peanutty Graham Treats
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 46
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