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Rice Krispies Ice Cream Sandwiches (Gluten-Free)

Celiac.com 07/08/2014 - I was dying for an ice-cream sandwich the other day, and I didn’t have many options. I did, however, have some leftover Rice Krispies Treats and some ice cream. The rest, as they say, is history.

There are so many great variations on this recipe. You can make peanut butter Rice Krispy Treats. You can use chocolate ice cream. You can do both. You can use strawberry, or any of you favorite ice cream flavors. Fruit flavors work well. The list goes on and on.

Gluten-Free Rice KrispiesIngredients:

  • Gluten-free Rice Krispies cereal
  • Marshmallows
  • Butter
  • Ice cream of choice

Directions:
Prepare Rice Krispies Treats as desired, following the recipe on the box. For a chocolate version, I use gluten-free Cocoa Pebbles ice cream.

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Allow treats to cool.

Cut treats into squares, then cut in half again, so you have a good top and bottom.

Use a cold knife to cut ice cream into squares.

Sandwich ice cream between the two halves of the treats. Serve immediately.

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john j acres

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14 Jul 2014 4:55:41 PM PDT
Always read the ingredients for any "nasties."

 
Jefferson
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23 Jul 2014 1:11:46 PM PDT
Absolutely! It is always best to read labels and make sure all ingredients are gluten-free.

 
Beth Duggan
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14 Jul 2014 8:18:06 PM PDT
Great idea!! My kids love rice crispy treats- bonus with the ice cream!!




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