Recipe #1

Reese’s Stuffed Rice Krispies Treats


Spray for cooking, to cook in pan

5 Tbsp. butter

1 (10-oz.) bag marshmallows

1/2 C. soft peanut butter

Pinch salt from kosher.

6c. Rice Krispies Cereal

24 Reese’s Cups

1/4 1 c. Peanut butter that has been melted, to garnish

1/4 c. Chocolate that has been melted, to garnish


Line the inside of a 9″-x-13″ sheet with parchment and spray by spraying cooking. In a large saucepan at medium-low heat, melt the butter. Add chocolate marshmallows, peanut butter and salt, and stir until all ingredients are melt. Take it off the stove.

Instantly add Rice Krispies and stir with a spatula to mix. Press half of the mixture into an even layer inside the pan. Top with Reese’s. The remaining mixture should be pressed over the Reese’s.

Sprinkle with chocolate and peanut butter. Refrigerate until cool, around 30 minutes.

Cut into squares and serve.

Recipe #2

Rice Krispies Treats

There are a lot of Rice Krispies treat recipes on the internet, and on the inside of the box, however, we’ve got several very valid reasons to choose this as the only one that you require. A majority of recipes are simply mix and dump, and then place in the pan. Simple isn’t it? Wrong. First of all, don’t put them in the dish. This is how you end up with hard Rice Krispies treats that cut the lips and make you wonder why you loved them in the first first place. Here are some foolproof suggestions for the most satisfying Rice Krispies treat of your life.

Make sure to use a lot of butter.

When you’re in the market for an Rice Krispies treat, there’s no reason to pretend you’re craving something that’s healthy for you. It’s a treat, and it’s designed to be a delicious and buttery treat. Butter will coat everything in a smooth, creamy coating and ensure you’re Rice Krispies treats are never dry and boring. To make even more delicious Rice Krispies treats, we often brown our butter prior to adding marshmallows. The result is delicious. Brown butter makes your desserts stand out and impart a an nutty, rich, sort of vanilla-like taste. Additionally, the brown specks on the cake make them stunning!

Double the ‘mallow.

Don’t be afraid to experiment. Making twice the amount of marshmallow will result in sweets that are chewy, not stiff. The kind you can easily tear apart instead of slicing into halves. Also, we cook our marshmallows a bit longer, once they’ve melt. The result is an amazing caramelized taste. Keep working until the marshmallows are to a golden. The more patient you are, the more flavor will be developed and the more delicious the rice krispies you’ll get!

Never, never, ever skipping the salt.

Salt is excellent. Salt adds flavor. A little bit of salt can aid in cutting through the sweetness and add only a little flavorful. Your desserts will by no mean taste salted, but all the flavors will be more enjoyable when they are. If you’re looking for a bit of sugar and salt make sure to add more salt. I dare you.

Refrain from packing the pan.

To make sure you’re on the right track, repeat that you don’t overfill the pan! After you’ve poured Rice Krispies into the pan, once you’ve poured Rice Krispies into your pan just smooth the top. Some pressure is okay However, excessive pressure isn’t. Over-packing can result in hard and thick Rice Krispies treats that are dry which is not what anyone wants to happen. to see that. To smooth the top , you can employ a silicone spatula or put a piece of parchment over the top, and then smooth it out with your hands. It’s a great way to stop the marshmallow’s gooey ooze from sticking to anything! If you’re using a spoon, you can dampen it or spray it with Nonstick Cooking Spray to stop it from sticking.

What is the best way to keep Rice Krispies?

With a bit of willpower they will last for some days in an airtight container in the counter.


1 12 c. (2 sticks) butter, plus additional to make a pan

2 (12-oz.) bags of marshmallows

1/4 teaspoon. Kosher salt

10-c. Rice Krispies


Grease the inside of a 9″-x-13″ baking tray with butter. In a large saucepan on medium temperature melt butter. Add marshmallows and salt , and stir until the marshmallows are completely melt. Continue cooking until marshmallows become slightly golden, which takes another 5 minutes. Remove from the stove and mix into Rice Krispies.

Pour into pan , then smooth the top, taking care not to over-fill the pan with Rice Krispies into the pan too tightly. Cool completely before cutting and serving.

Recipe #3

Oreo Krispie Treats


Spray for cooking, to cook in pan

5 Tbsp. butter

1 (10-oz.) bag mini marshmallows

Pinch salt from kosher.

6 c. Rice Krispies cereal

12 Oreos, crushed, divided

24 whole Oreos

1 teaspoon. coconut oil, split

1/3 c. semisweet chocolate chips

1/3 C. white chocolate chip


Line the inside of a 9″-x-13″ cake pan with parchment, and grease by spraying cooking. In a small microwave-safe bowl melt 1 teaspoon of white and 1/2 teaspoon oils at 20 second intervals until the mixture is smooth. Separately in a bowl repeat with the remaining 1/2 teaspoon semisweet chocolate and oil. Set aside.

In a large pan on moderately low temperature melt butter over medium-low heat. Add marshmallows and salt , and stir until the mixture is completely melt. Take it off the stove. Add immediately Rice Krispies and half the crushed Oreos. Stir with a spatula until the mixture is well-mixed.

Quickly press half of the mixture in an equal layer inside the pan. Top with an Oreo layer. Spread the remaining mixture over Oreos. Sprinkle with crushed Oreos. Drizzle with chocolate melts.

Allow to set for 15 minutes and then cut into squares prior to serving.

Recipe #4

Jack-o’-Lantern Rice Krispies


Non-stick baking spray

6 tbsp. butter, cut into 6 portions

1 drop of green food coloring

6 c. Mini Marshmallows, divided

6c. Rice Krispies

1 drop food coloring in orange

Candy corn, to the eyes

Chocolate melted to make mouths


Lightly spray a baking sheet with non-stick cooking spray. In a small pot over medium temperature melt 2 tablespoons butter. Mix in the green food coloring and 2 cups of mini marshmallows. Cook until marshmallows have melted and then switch off the heating and pour in 2 cups Rice Krispies, stirring until they are all mixed.

In a separate saucepan, over medium-high heat, melt the remaining 4 tablespoons of butter. Add food coloring orange and the remaining 4 cups of marshmallows. Cook until marshmallows melt and then switch off the heating and stir in 4 cups Rice Krispies, stirring until they are all mixed.

Utilizing slightly damp hands, place the mixtures in a pan. Repeat to create 3 thin vertical stripes of green as well as more extensive vertical strips of orange.

Make use of the 2.5″ cake cutter for pumpkins to create designs, and then create eyes using candy corn as well as mouths with chocolate that has been melted in an pipette bag.

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