Janeice DelVecchio wrote:Ahhh.....
go for maximum crispospitude and crisposity
I used exactly the directions that come on the box.
Janeice DelVecchio wrote:The marshmallowy melty mix you make when you prepare the rice krispy treats..... I think it's marshmallow and butter and vanilla extract.... some people add stuff like peanut butter but I like the classic treats.
The recipe is on the side of the box of Rice Krispies. I can get it for you if you need it.
Chris Baron wrote:Suddently i wonder how pear, goat cheese and bacon might taste...
Chris Baron wrote:
That would be great, because i bet it's not on the German Box. I never heard of anything made from rice krispies, execpt the product you get from adding milk to them.
But really only if it is not too much hassle for you.
Bear Bibeault wrote:Internet meme: bacon don't need no reason.
One thing I've discovered with "wrapped with bacon" things... if you just wrap raw bacon around something, the bacon usually doesn't crisp up well. So I par-cook the bacon in the microwave until it's almost cooked, but still flexible. Then I wrap and bake whatever...
Michael Matola wrote:I think overripe avocadoes taste a little like bacon. Does anyone else agree?
Janeice DelVecchio wrote:
You need to promise to make these.
Sorry, but I don't know metric conversions for cooking. I'm a stupid american.
3 tablespoons butter or margarine. (use butter)
1 package (10ounces) regular marshmallows or 4 cups mini marshmallows (use fresh marshmallows!!!)
6 cups rice krispies (use the real ones, not knockoffs)
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