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Rainbow Trix Krispie Treats

How to make Over the Rainbow Trix Krispie Treats for a party, event, birthday, or St. Patrick's Day.
These treats are similar in texture as the famous beloved rice krispie treats only they are made from Rainbow color Trix cereal.....fun right! My kids loved this project and they loved eating them too when we were done making them together as a family.

We already had everything we need right there in the house. This recipe project was fast, quick, easy, and inexpensive to make because we already had the ingredients on hand ready to go.
Basically this is a 3 ingredient project! Ready to make some treats?

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Rainbow Trix Krispie Treats

Supplies:
6 Cups Rainbow Trix
Marshmallow Bag
-mini
-large
or - marshmallow whip
3 Tablespoon Butter
Large Bowl
Spatula
Baking Pan/ Sheet
Wax Paper/ Parchment
Non-stick Cooking Spray

Serving Size: 16

Step 1:
Spray pan/ baking sheet with non-stick cooking spray. Set aside.

Step 2:
Warm up marshmallows (the whole bag) or jar in a bowl with 3 Tablespoons butter in microwave. Warm for 45 seconds. Stir.

Step 3:
Warm in microwave for 45 more seconds. Stir until fluffy and smooth.

Step 4:
Add in 6 Cups of Rainbow Trix cereal. Combine.

Step 5:
Quickly pour mixture into flat pan and even it out across equally. Let cool for marshmallow to set, cut and serve.

 

Tip: Cut up into portions and separate with wax/parchment paper and store in an air tight container. In humid climates you may need to place in fridge to set before cutting treats.

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Ooooowy Gooooowy goodness?!?

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They came out so colorful and cheery!
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3 comments:

  1. are these yummy ? :) Perfect for st patricks!!

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  2. My kids would flips with these treat! Here in Portugal we don't have this kind of breakfast cereal full of color :) When we get to the US next summer I'll be sure to get a pack for them ;)

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  3. Fan-freekin-tastic they are fun and colorful and I bet easy to make the kids would have fun helping me make them, plus they will love to eat them!! I gotta try this one!!! Thanks@@

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