Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Rice Krispie Treat! Using Biscoff Spread

Biscoff Spread is described on their label as "a delicious European alternative to peanut butter". It is sweet and spreads easily on toast, in a sandwich with jam, or even on apples..

A few months ago I posted about it when I was using it on light wafers as a quick snack.  Today I thought I'd like to try something a bit different using it.. My grandchildren will be here for Christmas and they like easy to snack on goodies..A quick and easy treat suggestion and if you haven't a lot of time to bake..Try these..No baking needed. You can cut them easily into bite size pieces...Enjoy!

Happy Baking and Cooking from my kitchen to yours!

Here is the easy recipe (adapted from Rice Krispie Box)

6 cups Chocolate Rice Krispies
1- pkg. 16 oz.. marshmallows
4 tablespoons butter
1/2 cup Biscoff Spread (I found it in our local Giant Market)
1/4 cup semi sweet morsels (melted) add a bit of skim milk and blend for drizzle

Line a 13 x9 inch baking dish with parchment paper..Lightly spray with cooking spray..Set aside

Melt butter in large pan over low heat..Add marshmallows and Biscoff Spread, stirring until all is melted..Add rice krispies, making sure to coat all with the melted mix.  Press mixture in baking dish..  I use a large spoon or you can use some wax paper to press it in the dish.  Drizzle with chocolate.  Cool completely before cutting into small squares..Yummy! and the Biscoff spread gives it a slight hint of brown sugar to the chocolate.

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original 12/12/11

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