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4 cups Rice krispies 1/2 cup peanut butter 1 c. butterscotch bits 1 c. chocolate bits 1/2 c. powdered sugar 2 T butter 1 T water   Melt butterscotch bits and peanut butter.  Mix with the kri
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Rice Krispie Fudge squares

posted at 5/21/2013 11:14 AM EDT
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4 cups Rice krispies
1/2 cup peanut butter
1 c. butterscotch bits
1 c. chocolate bits
1/2 c. powdered sugar
2 T butter
1 T water
 
Melt butterscotch bits and peanut butter.  Mix with the krispies.  Press 1/2 of it into a buttered 8"square pan. Refrigerate while making the chocolate filling.  Put chocolate bits, powdered sugar, butter and water into a container suitable for use in the MW.  Melt (takes 1 minute in my MW) and stir together.  Spread on top of the krispie layer that was in the fridge.  Put the rest of the krispies on top and press smooth. Refrigerate until firm.

Re: Rice Krispie Fudge squares

posted at 5/21/2013 12:16 PM EDT
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Those sound great Thanks for sharing.

Re: Rice Krispie Fudge squares

posted at 5/21/2013 1:04 PM EDT
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Thank you, Judy -- thank you so much.  I'm always looking for good ideas for kids.  This is perfect.

Re: Rice Krispie Fudge squares

posted at 5/21/2013 8:42 PM EDT
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Sounds good - thank you so much for the recipe!

Re: Rice Krispie Fudge squares

posted at 6/4/2013 10:14 AM EDT
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Next Sunday it's my turn to take treats to Jr. Church ......... I plan on making this.  Thanks again, Judy.

Re: Rice Krispie Fudge squares

posted at 6/4/2013 4:20 PM EDT
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Made this over the weekend - turned out great!!

Re: Rice Krispie Fudge squares

posted at 6/5/2013 6:43 AM EDT
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 we made them for the bake sale and they were going in 1hour .

Re: Rice Krispie Fudge squares

posted at 6/5/2013 9:54 AM EDT
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It sound like it would be good

Re: Rice Krispie Fudge squares

posted at 6/6/2013 1:15 PM EDT
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Hey Judy ------ It's Thursday --- is it too early to make these Krispie Fudge Squares for Sunday?  I'd sure like to get them made today.

Re: Rice Krispie Fudge squares

posted at 6/6/2013 4:10 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: Rice Krispie Fudge squares:
Hey Judy ------ It's Thursday --- is it too early to make these Krispie Fudge Squares for Sunday?  I'd sure like to get them made today.
Posted by Nancy G


No, not too early.  They keep well if you can keep from eating them.  When they get really firm from being in the fridge they are a bit hard to cut.  Sometimes I let them cool in the fridge for a little while and then cut them. They always come out of the pan really easy.  I'll get a whole strip out and cut it into squares on a cutting board.

Re: Rice Krispie Fudge squares

posted at 6/6/2013 5:40 PM EDT
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aaaaaahh -- thanks.  I just put them in the 'fridge.  I'll get them out now and cut.

Re: Rice Krispie Fudge squares

posted at 6/6/2013 5:49 PM EDT
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Thanks again, Judy -- when I got them out this soon they were still very soft and easy to cut ...... Now they're back in the fridge getting solid.
And thanks yet again for such a good, EASY recipe with no hot oven blasting away on this hot day.
I made two batches of these so I'm twice as tickled that they are so good.

Re: Rice Krispie Fudge squares

posted at 6/6/2013 7:22 PM EDT
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These were now solid --- solidly delicious!!  
But I thought maybe they were a little "boring" looking so I melted a handful of chocolate morsels in a pint zip-lock bag and drizzled it in squiggly lines over the treats.

Re: Rice Krispie Fudge squares

posted at 6/6/2013 11:05 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: Rice Krispie Fudge squares:
These were now solid --- solidly delicious!!   But I thought maybe they were a little "boring" looking so I melted a handful of chocolate morsels in a pint zip-lock bag and drizzled it in squiggly lines over the treats.
Posted by Nancy G


I'm sure that made them look fancy.  People don't usually care what they look like after the first bite.

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