No-bake Rice Krispie Cakes with Popcorn, Nutella and Peanut butter!

Making popcorn

Making popcorn

I wanted to make a variation of Rice Krispie cakes and couldn’t find the perfect recipe!

So I took

3 cups of freshly made popcorn

3 cups of puffed rice

3 cups of Rice Krispies

In a pan I melted together a 7oz jar of Marshmallow Fluff, 1/2 cup of smooth peanut butter, 1/2 cup Nutella and 1/4 cup unsalted butter.

All the ingredients

All the ingredients

I mixed the melted ingredients in with the dry ingredients, so they were all combined.  I firmly pressed the mixture into a rectangular baking tin lined with greaseproof paper and then chilled it in the fridge for 30 mins.

Popcorn, Rice Peanut butter Bars

Popcorn, Rice Peanut butter Bars

Delicious!

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About weheartcards

http://www.etsy.com/shop/weheartcards Esther Warner started designing cards several years ago, then in 2003 she returned to University as a mature student, completing an IT degree. Since then she has developed her passion for paper and creativity by computerised card-making. In the corporate world she was awarded ‘Worcestershire Businesswoman of the Year’ in 2005 Esther says, “When was little I loved getting post. The excitement of getting a letter or something delivered to my door when it WASN’T my birthday or Christmas was really exciting. Wondering who had sent it and what it could be…. The anticipation of opening the envelope to discover what was inside was thrilling! ” In later years Esther was very homesick at boarding school and the daily post distribution became the most exciting part of the day. Each card from we♥cards is filled with love and made for the recipient personally, Esther hopes that they convey the excitement she felt when she was small and received a letter from her Grandma!
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One Response to No-bake Rice Krispie Cakes with Popcorn, Nutella and Peanut butter!

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