Sunday, November 28, 2010

Rice Krispy Rollups


Here is another chocolate and peanut butter concoction that is totally irresistible and so easy to make. I sometimes make these instead of cookies if  I'm not in the baking mood. The only trouble is they never last long.

Here's what you'll need:


¼ cup butter, melted
10½ ounces mini marshmallows
5½ cups Rice Krispies
1½ cups milk chocolate chips
½ cup peanut butter

Melt butter in a 6 quart kettle, add marshmallows.

Melt completely over low heat.


Add the Rice Krispies.


Mix well. Spread evenly into a greased 10½ x 15½ baking sheet.


In a microwave safe bowl combine chocolate chips and peanut butter.


 Melt at 1 minute intervals until completely melted, stirring after each minute. Spread on top of Rice Krispy mixture.


Let set in a cool place till chocolate mixture sets up. Be careful not to let the chocolate get too hard, it will not make a neat roll if you do.

Loosen all around with a metal spatula.


Roll, starting on the long side.


Sprinkle the roll with seasonal sprinkles if desired. Slice and enjoy!


Can be wrapped in Saran Wrap for storage if needed.
 
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26 comments:

  1. I wanna try them--thanks!!!

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  2. Have to try these, my kids would love them, so would I! They look fantastic!

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  3. Martha, this has to be the most "amazing" rice krispy recipe I have ever come across. It's also very pretty too! This is a must try recipe!

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  4. I just stumbled upon this page by accident and had to go out immediately and buy the ingredients to make it. And now I hate you, because this is so darn good that I've eaten half the loaf by myself and see myself making this at least once a month forever. Soooo good!

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  5. Now that's a new twist on an old classic! I like the addition of chocolate to just about anything, so I'm sure this is quite yummy. ;)

    Thanks for linking to Time Travel Thursday this week, Martha.

    Hugs,
    Liz @ The Brambleberry Cottage
    http://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

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  6. What a yummy lookin' recipe! I'm printing and trying this weekend. Thanks

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  7. I have never seen those before! Thanks for linking in to Food on Friday. Cheers

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  8. I can imagine this with Nutella.

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    1. That is EXACTLY what I was thinking!!

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  9. I'm trying this with Nutella tonight!

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    1. Let me know how they turned out. I love Nutella! Adding that sounds delish!

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  10. Ever try with Nutella?? No need to melt anything it is spreadable already :-)

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  11. What can I sub the peanut butter with? Allergies :(

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    1. If you're not allergic to almonds, then I would try almond butter.

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    2. Erin, I too am allergic to nuts. I have recently tried several soy butters after being disappointed with sunflower butter. My fav are Soy Wonder and Wow Butter. They taste the most like peanut butter (I wasn't always allergic). In addition to having it on bagels and English muffins I have made cookies with it and even melted it over ice cream. Whatever you can do with peanut butter you can do with this. The best part is you don't have to feel left out of the peanut butter treats and you won't die!! LOL. Some people rave about IM Healthy soy butter but I don't agree, the taste, consistency, and smell are all wrong. Google the two I mentioned, they even have a crunchy version and are available more places than you may think!

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    3. I'm trying them now using melted junior mints.....

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    4. Perhaps try Cookie Butter. It tastes like peanut butter but there aren't any in it.

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    5. Perhaps try Cookie Butter. It tastes like peanut butter but there aren't any in it.

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  12. Just wondering if u can use nutella instead of chocolate

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    1. Yes, you can but the Nutella doesn't harden the way melted chocolate chips will.

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  13. This website is stealing your recipes and claiming them as their own.

    http://foodgasms1.blogspot.ca/2013/05/rice-krispies-rollups-cup-butter-melted.html?showComment=1371517694222#c4935816168070553833

    Blogger will not listen unless the owner of said content complains. They also have a Facebook page and all they do is scan Pinterest and steal content as their own. Please complain to blogger

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  14. Would also be great for gluten free if Gluten free rice bubbles were used

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  15. naughty sweets. so full of sugar and delightful :)

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  16. They are great. I made mine with Wow butter because my grand daughter has a peanut/nut allergy and also I used Holiday Rice Krispies to make it more colourful.

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  17. Anyone try the PB2, the peanut butter and chocolate powder. Weight watcher groups swear by it. I found some at Wal Mart Neighborhood stores in the Peanut Butter section up high. I am looking for more uses for it and these seemed like it would be good in it.

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