The Best Rice Krispie Treats Recipe

Updated on November 18, 2017
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This gooey delicious treat was invented in 1939 by Malitta Jensen and Mildred Day at the Kellogg Company home-economics department. The recipe first appeared on packaging in 1941. They are so easy to make, all you need is butter, marshmallows, and cereal, and in about 30 minutes, this sweet treat is ready to eat.

Rice Krispies cereal first appeared on store shelves in 1928. Everyone loved the noise the toasted cereal made when milk was added to the bowl. In 1929, the words Snap! Crackle! Pop! first appeared in a print ad.

This recipe uses a little more butter and more marshmallows than the original recipe. In my humble opinion that's what makes this the best Rice Krispie Treat recipe.

Ingredients

  • 10 cups Rice Krispies cereal
  • 1 stick salted butter
  • 2 bags mini marshmallows, 10oz each
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt

Directions

  1. Measure 10 cups of rice cereal into a bowl and set aside.
  2. Measure 2 cups of marshmallows and set aside.
  3. Line a 13×9 baking pan with aluminum foil, spray lightly with cooking spray; set aside.
  4. Spray a very large MICROWAVE SAFE bowl and a spatula with cooking spray.
  5. Add the stick of butter to bowl. Place bowl in microwave and cook till butter is melted, start with 30 seconds and check, add another 30 seconds and check, keep doing so until butter is melted.
  6. Add vanilla and salt to bowl, stir.
  7. Add marshmallows (all except the 2 cups you set aside.) Microwave for 60 seconds. Stir with spatula. Keep microwaving and stirring every 30 seconds until fully melted.
  8. Once mixture is smooth add the remaining 2 cups of marshmallows and stir well, don’t microwave any more. The added 2 cups of marshmallows will mostly melt and the little lumps that are left are going to add little pockets of marshmallow goodness to the treats. Immediately pour the cereal into the marshmallow mixture bowl and gently stir until the cereal is evenly coated.
  9. Spread the mixture into the prepared baking pan using the spatula sprayed with cooking spray. You can use another 13×9 pan placed on top to press mixture down nice and evenly.
  10. Allow the Rice Krispie treats cool to room temperature uncovered. Once set, remove from the pan by lifting up on the aluminum foil. Cut treats into 24 squares. Enjoy! Store in an air-tight container.

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      • heidithorne profile image

        Heidi Thorne 7 months ago from Chicago Area

        I LOVE Rice Krispies treats! Always have, always will. Thanks for the reminder. I should make some for the holidays.

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        Louise Powles 7 months ago from Norfolk, England

        That sounds really easy to make. Sounds lovely. I love Rice Krispies!

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