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Rice Krispie Treat Report
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I made a batch of Rice Krispie treats using the new gluten free RK cereal. I used Kraft Jet-Puffed marshmallows. The results are good. The gluten-free RK are a little less crispy and a little less sweet, made with brown rice & sugar, instead of white rice, malt, and sugar.

My older son begrudgingly tried some and declared them to be "fine" (a major endorsement on his part), my wife liked them also. As this was one of my favorite childhood treats I opted for 1/3 of the pan for breakfast on Father's Day. B)

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It's cereal - it counts as breakfast! :D

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Breakfast is whatever you eat at the start of the day... and yours actually contained a breakfast cereal... sounds perfect to me!

After only 2 hours sleep last night I kicked the day off with some home made chocolate pudding (the custard variety) made with 72% cocoa solids chocolate and lashings of cocoa... a little goes a looooong way ;)

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Sorry, I did not see this thread before I posted in the other concerning GLuten Free Rice Krispies. Where did you find these? I have looked in several major cities in my area and have not found these yet.

Wenmin

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Sorry, I did not see this thread before I posted in the other concerning GLuten Free Rice Krispies. Where did you find these? I have looked in several major cities in my area and have not found these yet.

Wenmin

Purchased mine online because I couldn't find any around town.

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Sorry, I did not see this thread before I posted in the other concerning GLuten Free Rice Krispies. Where did you find these? I have looked in several major cities in my area and have not found these yet.

Wenmin

At a Hannaford's supermarket in Hudson, MA. I haven't seen them anywhere else, and I rarely get over to that particular store myself so who knows when I'll get more!

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Sorry, I did not see this thread before I posted in the other concerning GLuten Free Rice Krispies. Where did you find these? I have looked in several major cities in my area and have not found these yet.

Wenmin

Saw them last night at Super Walmart.

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I bought a box at Hyvee. Has anyone checked to see if they are made on dedicated equipment? I can't help but to think of all of the other cereal grains flying around the factory.

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In NC, I have found them at Bi-Los, Lowes Foods and Walmart. They are 2.98 @ walmart.

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I made a batch of Rice Krispie treats using the new gluten free RK cereal. I used Kraft Jet-Puffed marshmallows. The results are good. The gluten-free RK are a little less crispy and a little less sweet, made with brown rice & sugar, instead of white rice, malt, and sugar.

My older son begrudgingly tried some and declared them to be "fine" (a major endorsement on his part), my wife liked them also. As this was one of my favorite childhood treats I opted for 1/3 of the pan for breakfast on Father's Day. B)

My kids found out that Fruity Pebbles and Coco Pebbles are gluten-free too!!! I made Fruity pebbles treats and they were very very very delicious! Very sugary taste if that's what you're craving. My friend found coco pebble treats already made in packages at Basha's in AZ! Everyone ate them before I could try it though:(

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I get the Pebbles and Chexs cereals at Wal Mart Super Store in the grocery section.

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Awesome. I'm glad they turned out good. Thank you for the report. I have not made them yet, but plan on it.

I found them at the base commissary in San Antonio, Texas. :)

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