Stuffed Rice krispie treats

get ready friends -- the Holidays are a coming.  you need to be prepped and supplied with some fantastic food to share with your fantastic friends and family.  This is the good old Rice krispie treat with a new twist (or Layer) of Awesomeness. These rice krispie treats are amazing and i get compliments and recipe requests every time i make them.  Kids love 'em, but who are we kidding...you will love them too! You really can't go wrong with buttery, caramelly, marshmallowy gooeyness. get ready to make lots of new friends. You're welcome.

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IT ONLY TAKES A FEW SIMPLE INGREDIENTS...

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you cant go wrong with Melted caramel, butter and sweetened condensed milk.

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when You press the krispies into the pan make sure that you lightly spray your hands with non-stick cooking spray.  That makes it so you can keep the gooey marshmallows in the pan and off your hands! 

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Now for the yummy "stuffed" part...

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Press some more rice krispies on top and voila. Simple and absurdly delish.

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Stuffed Rice Krispie Treats

Ingredients:

2pkg Mini Marshmallows 

1 Cup Butter

8 Cups Rice Krispie Cereal

1 pk caramels

1 can Sweetened condensed milk

1 cup Semi-Sweet (or Milk) chocolate chips

spray 13x9 in. pan with non-stick cooking spray and set aside. Unwrap all caramels and place in medium size saucepan; Put over low heat. Add sweetened condensed milk and 1/2 cup butter. stir frequently until caramels are melted and mixture is smooth. set aside.

in Microwave safe bowl, Melt 1 1/2 pkgs marshmallows with 1/2 cup of butter (stir every 30 sec till incorporated). Mix in rice krispie cereal. Press 2/3 of the cereal mixture into prepared pan.  sprinkle with chocolate chips and the other 1/2 pacakage of Marshmallows. Pour hot caramel mixture on top of chocolate and marshmallows. *

Press remaining cereal mixture on top in an even layer.  Set aside to cool.  Cut into bars.

*Recipe note - I usually only use about 2/3 of the caramel here.  TOO Much and it seeps out through the bottom. You can save the rest for pouring on top of ice cream.