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Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Rice Krispie & Nutella Roll-Up

Rice Krispies are and have been a staple in the home for what seems like decades. They are an easy go to that is a delicious dessert for all ages! Normally I would say "Why mess with a good thing?"...that is until I realized that this good thing could become an amazing thing! Just when you thought that Rice Krispie treats couldn't get any better, they can!!
I mean lets be honest, Nutella is good enough to eat on its own, with a large spoon and a comfy seat. So naturally, adding it to just about anything is going to turn a good recipe great. And thats why I thought of adding it to my Rice Krispies. I opted not to combine it with the melting marshmallows because I was afraid it would muddy them up. So instead, I slathered the Krispies with it :) The key to this roll-up is to add just a bit more marshmallow to the Rice Krispie recipe so that it is pliable enough to roll and keep its shape. These are sinful and hard to keep your hands off of. Try em...but be warned, they will be gone fast! Good thing they are super easy to make :)

Rice Krispie & Nutella Roll-Up

1/4 cup butter
7 cups minis marshmallows
6 cups Rice Krispies

Prepare a large cookie sheet by rubbing with a thin layer of butter or spray with non-stick cooking spray; set aside. In a pan over medium low heat melt butter and add marshmallows. Stir to combine and let marshmallows completely melt. While marshmallows are melting place the Rice Krispies in a  large bowl. Once marshmallows are completely melted pour into your bowl with the Rice Krispies and stir immediately until just combined. Pour mixture onto prepared baking pan and spread with your hands to cover the entire surface. You may want to put a bit of butter on your hands to prevent the mixture from sticking to your hands and to help spread it evenly. 
Let the Rice Krispies completely cool on the pan. Once cooled, spread a thin layer of Nutella over the treats.
 Starting at one end roll the Rice Krispies up like a big log. 

Cut the log into as thin or thick of rounds that you want and store in an airtight container until ready to eat.

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