William Keith Kellogg invented Rice Krispies in the middle of the 1920s in Battle Creek, Michigan, in the United States. Brown butter is used to make rich, chewy Rice Krispie Treats that are stuffed with small marshmallows and semisweet chocolate chips.
These Rice Krispie Treats are the ideal fusion of a chocolate chip cookie and a sweet marshmallow and a treat to your mouth. Top it off with chocolate syrup and they are ready to go.
Rice Krispie treats are all-time favorite snacks of adults and children alike. These are great for Halloween as well because they can be turned into any shape you want.
Chocolate chip rice Krispie treats come with different variations. Some use white chocolate, with marshmallows, and a chocolate ganache.
How to Make Chocolate Chip Rice Krispies Treat at Home?
Follow this recipe to make sweet and decadent rice Krispy treats with chocolate chips at home from scratch.
- Keep out of the refrigerator. In order to keep them gooey and tasty, it is preferable to let them cool at room temperature.
- Wrap everything tightly in wax paper or nonstick tin foil before putting it in a big zip-top bag to freeze. For up to three months, freeze.
- If you don’t have unsalted butter you can use normal butter by browning it before use.
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Why Do Rice Krispie Treats Fall Apart?
If your rice treats are falling apart, it’s because they are not ready yet. Give them more time to set and firm. To speed up the process, you can cool them in a freezer or refrigerator.
Another reason why your Krispie treats are falling could be your excessive marshmallow use. Too much marshmallow turns it too sticky and rice starts to fall apart.
If it’s still not sticking together, it means you have used too much moisture. Maybe marshmallows are over-melted, or the butter you have used has a high content of water. If that is the case, just add more Rice Krispies to make the mixture stiffer.
Toppings for Rice Krispie Treats
You can top off your treats with a chocolate ganache or peanut butter. If you don’t have chocolate at home, you can also melt chocolate chips and drizzle them on Krispie treats.
For adding more color, feel free to use M&Ms that give a crunch to the treats and you can customize the rice treats however you want.