Peanut Butter Cup Rice Krispies Treats


Rice Krispies Treats… The antiquated cereal-inspired dessert that has coasted on nostalgia and gooeyness for decades. But recently, there’s been sort of a Rice Krispies Treat renaissance, with modernized versions of the boring old squares.

Sure, they’re still square, but Peanut Butter Cup Rice Krispies Treats provide a worthy update to the tired cereal box recipe — by inserting Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups instead of more bland rice cereal. The recipe can be found here.



Rice Krispie Treat Milkshake

If you still enjoy a good Rice Krispie Treat, but feel the square shape and disturbingly gooey texture is getting old… How about trying it in liquid form? The Rice Krispie Square Milkshake, brought to us by Bite Me More, is a refreshing spin on the famous dessert. And the recipe appears even easier than actual Krispie treats. Drink up!


Superman Rice Krispie Treats

Able to leap traditional Rice Krispie Treats in a single bound — Superman Rice Krispie Treats are brought to us by Janine of sugarkissed.netNot only do they display the Superman emblem, but the treats go above and beyond the same ol’ marshmallow and butter flavor, with a recipe for a dark chocolate and peanut butter version.

Check out Janine’s recipe here.

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Rice Krispies Treat Stonehenge

For centuries, we’ve wondered what the actual purpose of Stonehenge was. Was it an oversized sundial? A druid temple? Now, it’s obvious that it was created to inspire awesomeness like Stonehenge Rice Krispies Treats.

The sticky homage to the prehistoric structure is brought to us by artist Christopher Boffoli — who creates masterful works of everyday scenes using mini figurines interacting with food landscapes.