St. Patrick's Day Rice Krispie Treats

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St. Patrick's Day Rice Krispie Treats
Ingredients:
1/2 cup unsalted butter
1 bag mini marshmallows
4 cups rice krispies
4 cups Lucky Charms
1/2 cup mint chips

Directions:
 
Line a 13x9-inch pan with foil; coat foil with nonstick cooking spray.

Melt butter in a large pot over medium heat; stir in marshmallows until melted.  Turn heat off and stir in cereal until well combined.  Spread and press into pan.  Sprinkle mint chips on top; press lightly with fingers so they melt and stick to the cereal.

Cool completely.  Lift out foil-lined treats, place on a cutting board, peel down foil, and cut into treats.

18 comments:

  1. I didn't know Guittuard made "novelty" chips!

    You can use the remaining Rice Krispies as a coating for chicken or pork.

    Mmm, I used to really enjoy RKT until the time I OD'd. Although didn't puke, it was too much of a good thing. Nowadays, I enjoy them sparingly.

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    1. That's a brilliant idea! Rice Krispie chicken strips. I almost OD'd on these!

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  2. I buy all sorts of irrational things at that time of the month...it's crazy but what can you do!? Mmm lucky charms love em.

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  3. LOL great post. It's that time for me too so I got a Reese's blizzard instead of baking anything ;)

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  4. those look amazing. im a sucker for rice crispie treats tho! :)

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  5. I really would have thought that a chef would have monthly cravings for something fancy. :) Hormones win every time. "Junk" food is the only cure. (Well, junk food and chocolate and possibly rice crispy treats.)

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    1. I'm not a chef! I'm just a blogger. :)

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  6. Love Rice Krispies treats! You'll find a creative way to use them all. Never seen Guittard mint chips. Where did you get them?

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    1. I bought them from Treasure Island... I think they're just in Chicago.

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  7. These are so cute! I've never seen green mint chips like these. I'll have to keep an eye out! Totally would be worth the price :)

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  8. Hi Emily! These look lovely although I must say I tried making rice krispies treat once and nobody in my household liked them very much. Here the price of B&J's ice cream is around 5 euros!!! I stopped buying it after seeing vegetable fat on the label. For that price I expect only quality ingredients.

    I loved the look of the blueberry oat pie you posted a few days ago :-)

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    1. Whaaat?! How could they not like krispies?!

      Thank you, Julie!

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