St. Patrick's Day Treat: Lucky Charms Rice Krispies.
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These Lucky Charms Treats were a major hit with the children! They're like the Lucky Charms treat bars you can discover at the supermarket. The formula pursues the scandalous Rice Krispies Treats formula utilizing marshmallows, margarine, and oat aside from it's pressed with twofold the marshmallows.
Ingredients: 6 cups Lucky Charms, all clovers mix (limited availability around St. Patrick’s day) 3 tablespoons butter; 1 bag of Marshmallows. To make Rice Krispie treats in the microwave, you’ll grab a medium sized microwave safe bowl.
Instructions. Spray an 8’ x 8” baking pan well with non-stick cooking spray. In a large microwave-safe bowl, melt the butter. Remove from microwave and add in marshmallows.
Instead of using Rice Krispies, just substitute Lucky Charms! The extra marshmallows add a burst of sweetness and a little crunch in every bite. This colorful variation of the classic lunchbox treat would make the perfect addition to your St. Patrick's Day dessert table.
Lucky Charms Rice Crispy Treats. March 30, 2013 by kim 1 Comment. . Is that ridiculous? I tend to favor Lucky Charms and my DB loves his Reese’s Puffs. Instead of making ordinary rice crispy treats, I decided to use some of the cereal that I had on hand instead. De-li-cious.
Lucky Charm Krispies are made just like you would make your ole’ Rice Krispie Treats. Melt your marshmallows and butter and throw in the Lucky Charms. Mix it all together and press it into a pan. I mean seriously, could any kind of cereal treat be any easier!