A Classic Treat With A Twist

In my opinion, the epitome of simply delicious is the classic Rice Krispie Treat. They aren’t complicated to make and the ingredients are a perfect complement to one another. I have many memories making them as a child and they are just as fun and easy to eat at the age of 28. I found this recipe on the famous Cupcakes and Cashmere blog and discovered the amped up take on the original treat is from one of my favorite food bloggers, Smitten Kitchen. Basically, the butter is cooked a bit longer and you add a dash of salt, making the flavors that much better (did you think that was even possible?). I whipped up a batch on Super Bowl Sunday and surprisingly they are wierdly good with an ice cold beer.


  1. michelle tippets says

    Making these! YUM

  2. Kelly says

    Yum … Tim loves these, so I’ll have to give it a try.

  3. nancy says

    Looks like they would be yummy with anything!! I love browned butter. I never thought of using that in recipes! I may try it in my scones.

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    3. Good luck with those, I have had them twice, both times aligned with high stress. Brutal – I did put some kind of cream on them though to bring down the itching. If that doesn’t work..hit the bottle hard.

  4. Carolyn says

    ooh adding a pinch of salt sounds good



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