Do Reese’s Rice Krispies Need to be Refrigerated?
Reese’s Krispies can be stored at room temperature in air tight containment (zip-top bag with no air in it), for 1 to 2 days without any ill effect. They keep longer than they last, if you get my drift. You can refrigerate them.
If you like this recipe for, Reese’s Krispies make sure you check out the MilkyWay Krispies, and Reese’s Crumble! This post is a repost from years and years ago, but seeing as how this recipe, no matter what I do remains number one on our site, I thought it would be a good idea to bring it back to life. I’ve left the original post on here, so you get to see our kids from almost 6 years ago!
Why Are My Reese’s Rice Krispie Treats Hard?
Who has left over Halloween candy?!
I know I do. I was trying to think up a delicious way to enjoy all of that candy other than just eating piece by piece and I came up with these. Oh! I think I forgot to even tell you about Halloween!
Ok, first of all, our sweet little one had just healed from Croup. And a bad version of it. She’s only 16 lbs so to be hit with an extremely bad strain of croup was a big deal. By Halloween it was just a bad cold, so all of the scary not breathing, or troubled breathing had thankfully ended. Two steroids is what it took and I pray it doesn’t ever happen again. Croup is quite honestly one of the worst things ever.
Anyway, last year I had wanted to dress our oldest up as Rainbow Brite, but I am sooooo glad I waited until this year. Aren’t they darling?!
Are Reese’s Rice Krispies Gluten Free?
Reese’s Rice Krispies are not actually gluten-free. They contain malt and, sometimes, barley for a flavor enhancer. Besides this, they are made in a gluten-filled vicinity which makes them officially non-gluten-free.
One of the first recipes to go viral on pinterest. Millions of views these Reese’s Krispies are worth every calorie and you can make them in 10 minutes!
- 1 Cup Sugar
- 1 Cup Corn Syrup
- 1 1/3 Cup Creamy Peanut Butter
- 4 1/4 Cup Rice Krispies
- 1 Pinch of Salt
- 6 Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, chopped
- 1/2 Cup Chocolate Chips
- In a large sauce pan over medium heat, melt the sugar, corn syrup, and peanut butter until smooth and evenly combined.
- Remove from heat.
- Quickly add the salt and cereal and stir to combine thoroughly.
- Add the chocolate chips and stir again.
- Wait about 1 min and add the candy, quickly folding the mixture together so as to not smash up the candy.
- Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and drop rounded tablespoons onto the sheet.
Let cool and devour!
Yield: 24, Serving Size: 1
- Amount Per Serving:
- Calories: 255 Calories
- Total Fat: 12.1g
- Sugar: 23.6g
- Protein: 5g
Want to really take Reese’s Krispies over the top? Turn it into the best popcorn evahhhhh!
We figured that if the original was so good a double chocolate version would be amazing, and it was!
Milky Way candybars were my favorite as a kid so why not combine them with a fresh take on our famous reese’s krispies?