Wednesday 11 December 2019

My Easy Marshmallow Rice Krispie Treats Recipe

I'm back with another recipe and whilst this time it isn't strictly festive it's definitely one you could add Christmassy ingredients to and jazz up for any get together's, parties or just as a festive treat for yourself - it's rice krispie treats. You can't beat the simple recipes sometimes and this is SO easy with 5 ingredients and minimal setting time meaning you can devour within an hour, perfect!
rice krispie squares on heart shaped chopping board
150g rice krispies (any are fine, I used Asda's)
100g butter/margarine
180g marshmallows
2 tsp of marshmallow fluff (optional)

1. Grease & line a rectangle baking tin with baking paper and leave to one side
2. Heat your butter in a saucepan and leave until it's completely melted
3. Lower the heat and then add in your marshmallows. From here you'll need to stir constantly to ensure the marshmallows melt and you get a sticky consistency
4. When the marshmallows are all melted, pour in your rice krispies. Stir them through until they're all coated in the marshmallow mixture. I then added in 2 tsp of marshmallow fluff for that extra sweetness but it's optional
5. Tip into your prepared tin, spread out evenly and then sprinkle with whatever you like. I used hundreds and thousands but there are lots of Christmassy baking decorations out at the moment which would be lovely! Once decorated, leave to cool for around 20 minutes
6. When cool, pop into the fridge for around 30 minutes just to firm them up a little
7. When set, pull out from the tin using the baking paper and then cut into squares
rice krispie treats in tin
marshmallow treat held up in front of christmas tree
These are little squares of pure sweetness, just so delicious and they hardly took any time at all. Rice krispie treats might be incredibly simple but they're so much fun and can be a great one to make with all of the family! This recipe will make around 16 squares too so plenty for everyone to enjoy.

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Sophie said...

They look absolutely amazing. I used to be addicted to these things as a kid. They make me feel so nostalgic x


jennyinneverland said...

I'm definitely going to try these! I haven't ate anything like this for absolutely years! x


Tiffany Timms said...

Me too Sophie! x

Tiffany Timms said...

Ahh you should deffo make them! Takes you right back to being a child x

Heather Nixon said...

I've never made these - I need to x

Lady Writes said...

I'm going to make these with my children tomorrow now! x

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