11 Reviews

What a way to make rice krispie treats! These were fantastic! Thanks.

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~*Miss Diggy*~ October 22, 2002

Heather, I made these for a bake sale at my daughter's school, and they were so yummy! I did use the mini M&M's, but they didn't melt, strangely enough. But NO MATTER! They were still very colorful and they tasted great. I did cut them very large, ended up with 15 in one pan, and 20 in another. Kids should get their 25 cents worth, right? :) You said 1/2 to 1 cup of margarine, I used 3/4 cup of butter, and mini mallows. Melted them in the microwave, which is probably why the M&M's didn't melt. But they took 2 minutes, a stir, 1 minute, a stir, and then 15-30 seconds, till they were ready. Thanks for a great twist on an old favorite!

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ciao February 13, 2003

What a fabulous recipe! We all loved it, cleaned the pan in no time. Pretty to look at also. The only change I made was to use a non-stick pan and butter instead of margerine. A little tip that worked extremely well for me was to wet my hands and then press down the mixture. I'm submitting a photo in gratitude. Thanks again HeatherFeather for such a tasty treat!

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HOUSEMANAGER (Charlene) February 02, 2003

Heather, Two of my grandchildren and I have been making these to take to our church fund raiser,we are having a car wash,and bake sale. I finally had to put a stop to them helping or there would not be any left to take.So I know they will go over great.They are really very easy to make. Thanks So Much for your recipe. Darlene Summers

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Darlene Summers March 18, 2003

Made these last night, YUMMY! I didn't have enough marshmellows, so I kind of halfed the recipe, but it still turned out great, so colorful, I'd write more, but I want to get the last one before the kids do! Thanks!

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Aunt Paula February 16, 2003

These are wonderful. My nephew was badly burned this past weekend and everyone is spending a lot of time at the hospital. I was searching for a recipe that would not crumble and M&M are his favorite. I was able to make these in less than 10 min then refrigerated them for about an hour. My grocery did not have the mini M&M's so I used the regular size but added them at the same time as the rice krispies and they worked great.

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TheHappyHomeMaker August 16, 2007

So yummy and colorful! I halved the recipe and molded these into a 11 x 7 dish. PLENTY! To do this I used 1 reg bag of mini marshmallows. It worked out perfect.

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Shabby Sign Shoppe September 11, 2006

These were brilliant thanks! Very easy to make and looked very professional too. I took them into work on my last day for my workmates. I made one lot exactly to recipe and the other with white chocolate and jelly beans which were also pretty popular. Thanks for this recipe!

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Karen Pea August 10, 2006

A real treat. I found tiny candy covered chocolate balls at my local store, so I used them instead of the M&M's. My kid's friends were very impressed, and they even suggested next time drizzle some chocolate over top to make it more special. Thanks for the great idea.

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Luv4food June 17, 2004
Chocolate Rainbow Krispies Treats