Rice Krispies cereal and Marshmallow Treats

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My sister made these once and all kids fell in love with these crunchy ,but yet soft treats.
Makes approx. 60 treats.
Ingredients:
30 chewy caramel candies
½ can condensed milk
2 tbsp. Butter
3 cups rice krispy cereal
1 bag of big marshmallows
toothpicks
Direction:
Remove wrapper from caramel candies (you might ask your kids to help you with this procedure). Melt butter in a small sauce pan on low heat. Add caramels and cond. Milk. Stirring most of the time until caramels are melted.
Using a toothpick dip the marshmallow in caramel and then quickly into cereal.repeat the procedure for the rest of  the marshmallows.

Comments

  1. Oh my goodness! What a great take on rice krispie treats!

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