I love Rice Krispie treats. I love Lucky Charms. Obviously I love Lucky Charms treats! These folks are hazardously simple to make, so I’ve made a totally measured little clump formula for those occasions when the hankering hits however I would prefer not to eat a whole dish of treats.
We should place a little energy in our progression this week with a sprinkle-tastic, marshmallow cereal detonating, pink swirly twirly white chocolate bark. Truly, when is the last time you made something this brilliant, glad, and totally MAGICAL? It’s unadulterated fun. What’s more, a great deal of sweet.
These little group rabbit’s feet treats were prepared a few days ago, in pretty much the very measure of time that it would have taken me to make a normal bowl of cereal. Genuinely hazardous. In any case, likewise, sort of virtuoso since it implied that my morning meal was handheld and prepared to take in a hurry. I know, I know, Lucky Charms are truly to a greater extent a pastry cereal than a genuine breakfast, however you know, now and again you simply do what you must do.
This formula is ideal for a particularly simple St. Patrick’s Day treat, so I trust you give them a go!
How to make it.
- 1 tablespoon spread
- 1/3 cup small marshmallows
- 2 cups Lucky Charms
Mix the spread and marshmallows in a non-stick pot over low warmth. At the point when liquefied and smooth, mix in the Lucky Charms, all at once, until they are completely covered. Press into a little skillet and let cool totally prior to cutting and appreciating.