Rice Krispies Treats 米 通

Rice Krispies Treats 米 通

These Krispies treats are very popular during Chinese New Year and often contains peanuts and crispy seaweeds. If you don`t like seaweed then leave them out. Enjoy the peanuts and rice krispies all congealed into a sweet marshmallow treat.

You can easily find all the ingredients in your local supermarket apart from the seaweed and maltose. Those you can find in any Chinese local stores.

After a cooling period of 20 minutes, just eat them! Once they are completely cooled after a few hours you can store them in air tight containers and they are good to keep for a month. That’s if you don`t finish them in a week! Apart from that there’s actually nothing else I can say but just nom nom nom! Enjoy the treats.


Makes: 25
Prep Time:
10 minutes
Cooking Time: 3-4 minutes

300 g rice Krispies
280 g mash mallows
60 g roasted peanuts
50 g soft butter
20 g crispy seaweed
2 tablespoons Chinese corn syrup/maltose

• Bring a wok to a medium/low heat, add in all the ingredients except from the rice krispies.

• Stir with a spatula until the mixture is melted. Add in the rice krispies. Mix well and quickly before the sugar sets.

• Transfer into a non-stick container or a foil tray. Place a layer of cling film onto the rice krispies in the container and roll it flat with a rolling pin.

• Leave to cool at room temperature for 20 minutes. Cut into squares, rectangles and enjoy.



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