Peanut Butter Cereal Treats Recipe
- 30 large marshmallows
- 3 tablespoons butter
- 1 tablespoon peanut butter
- 6 cups Peanut Butter Cap'n Crunch
- 1-1/2 cups milk chocolate M&M's
- 1. In a large saucepan, combine the marshmallows, butter and peanut butter. Cook and stir over medium-low heat until melted. Remove from the heat. Stir in the cereal and M&M's.
- 2. Pat into a 13x9-in. pan coated with cooking spray. Cool. Cut into bars. Yield: 2 dozen.
1 piece: 147 calories, 5g fat (3g saturated fat), 6mg cholesterol, 97mg sodium, 24g carbohydrate (16g sugars, 1g fiber), 2g protein Diabetic Exchanges: 1 starch, 1 fat.
Reviews for Peanut Butter Cereal Treats
"when first glance at it thought it was made with KIX. i would think it would be good with that too, would use kix when make it."
"I use this recipe every year for halloween, instead of regular chocolate m&m's, I use candy corn m&m's. My kids love it!"
"Love these! I used Reese's cereal in place of Cap'n Crunch and Reese's Pieces in place of M&Ms. Easy for kids to help whip up!"
"For those concerned with those who may have nut allergies, try this with plain Kix cereal and Biscoff spread. If you are not familiar with Biscoff spread, it is a spread that is made with those wonderful Biscoff cookies you get on most plane flights. Wonderful!! Oh, and definitely use more than 1 tablespoon."
"Absolutely delicious & a cinch to make! Can also use Reese's Puffs cereal."
"Being a diabetic, this recipe did NOT cause me any problems. Everything is fine in moderation."
"Made a couple of changes by adding more peanut butter and marshmallows as I didn't think there was enough marshmallow goo and I used Reese's Pieces rather than M&Ms to notch up the PB flavor. A big hit."
"Very good!! They were a HUGE hit. I thought they were a little on the sweet side so one was enough for me for sure."
"Hey Mommytolili----U go Gurrrrrrl!!! You are so right."
"An absolute hit! I will certainly make these again. The only thing I would change is add more marshmallow-probably double what the recipe calls for."
"Good grief. REVIEW THE RECIPE, not your opinion on the nutrition facts or whether kids should eat it or not. Keep those opinions to yourself. I can read and judge for myself, thanks."
"Is definitely not diabetic friendly, in fact could be categorized as "diabetic causing". Lots of sugar, GMO's, and basically, junk. Kids don't need this stuff, they need your love and attention. THat being said, I'm sure it tastes yummy."
"Very simple to make. They taste good too."
"Next time I make these I will use fewer M & M's. The M & M's started to melt an crack when I was spread the treats. They were very tasty."
"I might be going against the grain here, but I thought there were too many m&ms. I used a whole bag, because it was only just over 1 1/ 2 cups. But everyone in the family loved it! I also used the microwave to melt the stuff--super easy. I was surprised how soft it stayed for the two days it lasted!"
"Very good and easy! I love the peanut butter flavor!"
"loved them! It was a wonderful twist to the traditional rice krispy treat. :) Super easy snack for the kids! :)"
"I used Kix cereal instead and it was wonderful."
"Very tasty and easy to make. They were a big hit at the Girl Scout meeting"
"Very Good. A little harder to mix then rice krispie treats. I used the microwave to melt the butter, marshmallows & peanut butter."
"These are so yummy:) I made one modification though; I used Reese's cereal instead of PB Cap't Crunch for a little extra chocolate kick:) I'll definitely make these again!"