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Thursday, January 3, 2013

New Year made happy with Sweet Treat Bars {Kellogg's Rice Krispies}

New Year's Eve is a family affair.  We spend the evening enjoying special treats and watching some silly marathon on the television.  My children are still young and while they think they could - they can't make it to midnight.    I know we would all pay for it the next day, so celebrating at 8:30 pm works for us.

We prepare lots of yummy finger foods and eat in front of the tv, and then finish off the evening with chocolate fruit fondue, and other sweet delights.

This year we had fun making a rice krispie treat a little out of the norm.  At Halloween we made cut out shapes, so for the holidays we opted for more of a decadent treat.  I love all the rice krispie recipe creation inspiration to be found at ricekrispies.ca.

Sweet Treat Bars

To start melt butter, brown sugar, honey, peanut butter and chocolate chips in a saucepan.

Add in 2 cups of Rice Krispie Cereal

Mix to coat and then turn into a buttered pan.  Spread the mixture throughout the pan.

Prepare your topping of peanut butter and more chocolate chips in a saucepan.  Spread evenly over the rice krispie bars.

Then chill before cutting the sweet treat bars into squares.  Don't forget to let your assistant sprinkle a little decoration over top.

Sweet Treats for New Year's Eve

Sweet Treat Bars are a special and creative way to use one of our favourite cereals.    Rice krispies squares are always a welcome treat in our home, yet by using a few different ingredients you can create something impressive - perfect for new year's eve!  Making rice krispie treats is family fun and always time well spent.

Visit Rice Krispies for all the inspiration needed to whip up a batch of rice krispie treats for special occasion or every-day munching.

Disclaimer:  I am part of the Kellogger's network and receive special perks as part of my association.  All opinions expressed are mine.  

1 comment:

Soozle said...

Mmmmm! These look delicious!

Thank yu for sharing!