The Most Amazing No Bake Rice Krispies Snack
Can you believe another school year is upon us? Having snacks and breakfast ideas at your fingertips will keep your kiddos fueled!
We love Rice Krispies® snacks. Don’t you?
Well I am going to show you how to make these no bake, no cook treats using Rice Krispies. My family loved them!
- 1 1/2 c of Rice Krispies
- 1 c chocolate chips
- 1 c coconut flakes
- 1/3 c raw honey
- 2/3 c any nut butter
These are so tasty and filling. The kids can help you make them. Do a big batch and let them eat them all week long. At our house even the 14 year old liked them.
You will also love the fact that the honey, coconut and nut butter provide a natural sweetness. Sshh, you don’t have to tell your kids.
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To assemble these bites is very simple.
In a large bowl add your Rice Krispies and then toss in your nut butter, honey and coconut. Stir until well combine. You can even ditch the spoon or spatula and just use your hands if you want.
Next, toss in the chocolate chips. Hide whatever is left in the bag from your youngest… I promise he will take off with them and eat every last one of them if you don’t.
Now, put the bowl in the fridge and let them set for about an hour, longer if you want.
Once the mixture is chilled pull the bowl out of the fridge and make balls rolling them in your hands.
Put them in a bowl and enjoy.
My kids loved these with a glass of milk.
If you do make a large batch, store the rest of them in a bowl covered in clear wrap or foil.
This recipe will make about 20 balls, more if you make them smaller.
Get more recipe ideas over on the Rice Krispies Pinterest page! You can also stay connected with them on Facebook and Twitter.
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What is your favorite way to eat Rice Krispies?
Kellogg Company sponsored this blog post. The opinions and text are all mine.
I love it when I come across a recipe and have all the ingredients on hand! Will be making these tonight for my 51-year-old “kid” otherwise known as my husband!
Isn’t it the best feeling? Let me know what you think once you make them!
These sound great, perfect for (clean handed) kids to make for a homeschooling break snack. Thanks for linking up to the Tasty Tuesday linky. I’ve add your recipe to the Tasty Tuesday Pinterest board and my recipe board.
These sound delicious! I can’t wait to try making them with my kids.
I think you guys will really enjoy them!