These Kit Kat and Oreo Rice Krispie Treats are fun and delicious. You can make them into any shape or cut them into regular squares. Great for the kids school lunches, too! These are perfect for Halloween, by using Halloween Oreos. You can make them anytime of the year, not just for Halloween. All you need to do is switch to regular Oreos.
Made with two bags of mini marshmallows and pieces of Kit Kats and Oreos. Very yummy! They stay soft and fresh tasting for a week in an air tight container. A delicious, no-bake treat that comes together so fast. Make a batch and bring them to your child’s class to share with their classmates, on thier special birthday. Is your child involved in after-school sports or programs? Need a quick and fun treat for the team? Look no further, they will enjoy these kit kat and oreo rice krispie treats.
I meant to share these. But…Landon and I gobbled them all.
KIT KAT AND OREO RICE KRISPIE TREATS – (One 13 x 9 inch pan)
- 1 cup chopped Kits Kats ( 1 king size package )
- 1 cup chopped Oreos ( 6 Oreos ) – I used Halloween Oreos
- 6 cups rice krispie cereal
- 2 (10.5 oz) bags mini marshmallows – make sure they’re fresh and not expired.
- 2 Tablespoons butter or margarine
STEP ONE: Lightly spray a 13×9 inch pan with non-stick cooking spray, set aside. Have ingredients measured and ready.
STEP TWO: Place a large sauce pan over a low heat on stove. Melt the butter and marshmallows. Mix them together, so the bottom doesn’t burn. Once the marshmallow have melted, turn off heat. Add the rice krispie cereal to marshmallow mixture and stir to coat the cereal. ( You’ll need to work fast) Add the chopped kit kats and oreos to cereal mixture and stir.
STEP THREE: Scrape out the krispie treat mixture into the pan. Press the mixture evenly in the prepared pan. Allow to fully cool and set, before cutting. Store remaining treats in an air tight container. Will stay good for up to a week.
TIPS : You can spray non-stick spray on your hand or the bottom of a measuring cup, to press down the treats in pan. You can also lightly dampen your fingers with some water to press the treats down.
Make sure the marshmallows aren’t expired. They won’t melt properly and you’ll just have a glob of marshmallow in your pan. ( This happened to me once, and it’s disappointing.)
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