Tag: Krispie Treats

Captain Crunch Touchdown Marshmallow Treats

Captain Crunch Touchdown Marshmallow Treats

Captain Crunch Touchdown Marshmallow Treats   Today we’ll be sharing a recipe for Captain Crunch Marshmallow Treats. This recipe is a new twist on that old classic; Rice Krispie Marshmallow Treats. Captain Crunch Touchdown Cereal is a ‘Limited Edition’ cereal, that I imagine is only 

Red and Blue Rice Krispies Treats

Red and Blue Rice Krispies Treats

Red and Blue Rice Krispies Treats Red and Blue Rice Krispies Treats are made with {NEW LIMITED TIME ONLY} Red & Blue Rice Krispies Cereal. These are the perfect treats to celebrate the 4th of July after all, Rice Krispie treats are the All-American Classic treats. Celebrate 

Fall Colored Krispie Leaves

Fall Colored Krispie Leaves

Fall Colored Krispie Leaves

Fall Colored Krispie Leaves is a Pinterest recipe. Who could resist these cute and festive fall colored rice krispie “leaves”? I recently saw these fall colored leaves on Pinterest. The minute I saw them, I knew I had to make them. This recipe is from a wonderful food/craft blog called Two Sisters Crafting Many of their ideas are on Pinterest and with good reason. They come up with some of the craftiest ideas. Two Sisters Crafting, have a ton of fun recipes, popcorn ideas and craft projects. Go on…check them out…you know you want too:)

Pinterest

Since there are so many wonderful recipes on Pinterest, we’ll feature a new and different recipe from time to time, that we have found on Pinterest. A recipe that we fell in love with and just had to make. (like these marshmallow krispie leaves) In the first paragraph, after the name of the recipe we’ll write a “Pinterest Recipe.”  This way (you) our readers will know that the recipe was found on Pinterest.

Who knows maybe you’ve even seen a recipe on Pinterest and have always wanted to make it yourself or maybe you have already made the recipe.
In that case, you can leave us a comment telling us all about it. Of course we will give full recipe credit with a link (and permission if necessary) to the blog/blogs or “owner” of the recipe that was given/found on pinterest. (I hope that makes sense..)