I grew up in the funnest little ski town in Utah named Park City. It is absolutly beautiful-nestled in the mountains along with the greatest spot for skiing! Through the summer time months 1 of my families favored activities was (and is) to go to an outside concert series by the Utah Symphony held at Deer Valley Ski Resort. Everybody brings blankets along with a picnic and sits on the lawn although they play music from whatever artist they may be featuring that week. My parents were there earlier this summer season with some close friends who bought a giant rice krispie treat with marshmallow and chocolate chunks in it. My mom believed it looked just like the greatest treat ever, so we decided to make our own version for another concert series that next week!
My mom has usually been an professional at rice krispie treats. She tends to make them added thick and they’re constantly genuinely soft and gooey! The crucial would be to add slightly a lot more butter and marshmallows than a regular rice krispie treat recipe calls for. Then we added in some entire mini marshmallows and chocolate chunks and they have been seriously the top little treats ever! The components are straightforward and cheap, and they take about 15 minutes to whip together-a win all around!
six cups of Rice Krispies Cereal
five Tbsp Butter
5 heaping cups of marshmallows, separated
1 (4.25 oz ) Hershey’s Chocolate Bar
Grease a 9×13” pan for regular size rice krispie treats, or a 8×8” pan for added thick rice crispy treats.
Measure cereal into a giant mixing bowl.
Chop chocolate bar into large chunks and set aside.
Place butter in a massive saucepan and melt more than medium-low heat. As soon as melted, add 4 heaping cups of miniature marshmallows. Stir regularly till marshmallows are melted and mixture is smooth. Get rid of from heat. Pour in remaining heaping cup of marshmallows and mix as soon as or twice to combine (you do not want these marshmallows to melt). Pour the marshmallow mixture more than the cereal and begin to stir to combine. Add the chocolate chunks after the mixture is properly coated in marshmallows.
Dump mixture into greased pan and press gently into the pan. Do not press them down too much so that you have got plenty of airpockets, resulting in light and fluffy rice krispie treats Opens in a new window!