Monday, November 8, 2010

A Daily Pro Tip Alternative to Rice Krispies Treats *PART TWO*

I received so much positive feedback on my previous Rice Krispies Treats recipe that I wanted to add another.  What you'll need:

- 1 box of Rice Krispies
- 1/2 stick of butter
- 1 bag of marshmallows
- 1 small bag of jellybeans (optional but recommended)

Follow the simple pictured instructions, microwave the first concoction for 3:00 minutes on high, then bake for 15 minutes at 350 degrees.  Enjoy!

64 comments:

  1. I'm stealing this recipe and telling all my friends its my own, HAHAHAHAHAR!!! Thanks for this.

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  2. I will most definitely have to try this.

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  3. holy crap that looks awesome! thanks!

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  4. that's a great idea, looks awesome.

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  5. Oh wow, my mouth is watering just looking at those!

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  6. hey man.,., those looks freakin delish! im no good at cooking

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  7. interesting..I want a new post..:)

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  8. Humongous shot of sugar. On the other hand... yummy!

    BTW, you can find short summaries in English at the end of my Spanish posts ;-)

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  9. Looks lush, not too sure about the jelly beans tho D:!

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  10. I may have to substitute jellybeans for skittles. otherwise made me hungry lol

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  11. wow.. I hate reading things about food when i'm hungry..

    GROWLLL... URR

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  12. I'll do this one for thanksgiving. Minimal effort, to show my family how much I dont care about them!

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  13. oh nice man! i like this one more than the other rice krispies!

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  14. looks delicious and very easy to make, ty for the tip

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  15. Oh yummy looking! Easter treats here i come!

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  16. hoho wow that looks good to cook during christmas

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  17. I've made this before. Instead of Jelly beans though I used pieces of Hershey's Chocolate to give it kind of a smores flavor.

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  18. Looks great, though I would probably use chocolate instead of jelly

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  19. a great way to clog your arteries hehe

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  20. I'm not sure if i should try this..seems to be too sweet for me :P

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  21. Oooh crap , now im hungry ..... again

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  22. delicious!
    now to buy some cereal at the supermarket!

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  23. sugar sugar sugar sugar.... but I love it! haha

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  24. Not a fan of jellybeans, but it looks good.

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  25. That looks tasty, dunno if I want the jellybeans or not though...

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  26. WOW. Thanks for sharing this. Makes me nostalgic.

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  27. Actually tried this one before. Its mondo cool people. Definitely Delicious.

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  28. I tried to cook it ! It was so difficult !

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  29. looks good although I wont use jellybeans since I aint a big fan of them :P

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  30. Looks awesome, maybe i should try it

    Thanks! keep posting this delicious things =P

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  31. omg too much suger makes me puke. but looks good anyways.

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  32. why are you so great? you post my favorite treat, and make it that much better, marry me?

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  33. Good post! Looking forward to reading you next one

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  34. Wow, the amount of sugar in this recipe is over 9000!!! Awesome post and thanks for the tip!!

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