Vegan Rice Krispie Treats :D

Our childhood treat, but without all the butter! Better for my cholesterol and the animals ;). This recipe is super simple, low fat, whole grain, high carb and makes a great dessert or pre/post workout snack! There are many ways you could make this, but Trader Joe’s has vegan marshmallows now, so I went for the easy option. Using whole grain rice puffs means the individual pieces are larger than the childhood cereal, so you could either crush them a little, or use them whole like I did. Then you get some whole grains in with your treat 🙂

All you need:
-Vegan marshmallows 10 oz bag

-Brown rice puffs, organic, about 6 cup or 2/3 a bag

-Enjoy Life chocolate chips (optional) for topping
You can melt the marshmallows any way you please, by short microwave bursts stirring in between, ideally by double broiler, or as I did simply in a pot on my stove. The key is to stir frequently to ensure even heating and prevent burning. Once marshmallows are fluffy and melted fully, mix in the cereal, turning off the head at this time. Stir well until all are coated and then turn into a parchment or wax paper lined pan. Then you can either press chocolate chips into the top for a melty version, or simply pop the whole thing into the freezer for 5 minutes so that you can cut into squares. Then press chocolate chips into the top if you like, for intact chocolate chips on the top.  Or enjoy plain as I am with the majority of the batch.

I’m storing these in my freezer, pre cut, so all I need to do is let one soften up and enjoy! Hope you do too 🙂

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