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During super bowl weekend, I made this yummy treat that is easy and a neat way to re-visit a fairly old treat recipe.
These lasted longer (in terms of freshness) than the regular plain rice krispy treats and I think it was because of the layer of chocolate smothered on the top. I also kept it covered.
1/4 cup of butter
5 cups or one bag of miniature marshmallows ( I prefer Kraft)
About 6 cups of rice krispie cereal or gluten free
1 tsp vanilla
1 cup of dark chocolate chips
1/4 cup of Caramel/butterscotch ice cream sauce (you could melt 7 kraft caramels but stir in some milk (1 tbsp) after melting to make them more liquified)
Sprinkling of sea salt
Butter a 9 x9" pyrex square pan as above
Melt the butter on low in a large sauce pan, add all marshmallows and stir and cook until melted, turn off the heat, stir in vanilla and stir in rice krispy cereal. Pour into prepared pan as above.
Melt chocolate in the microwave for one minute and stir, 30 seconds, stir, watch carefully and alternate short intervals in the microwave until it is all melted. Spread over rice krispy treats, Swirl caramel sauce over top and sprinkle with sea salt. Yummy and a very nice change from the ordinary rice krispy treats.
Make this for your loved ones today! If you want to get all gooey, wait for them to cool completely in the fridge and cut out with a heart cookie cutter. Or cut and eat as is.
Keep them covered between serving if they last!
and for a no calorie treat......
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Hi I'm Robin and I am a professional long arm quilter, pattern designer and teacher. I am passionate about all things quilty!
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