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Scotcharoos (Gluten-Free)

This recipe comes to us from Jo Ann Boyd.

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Ingredients:
1 cup sugar
6 cups Erewhon gluten-free Crispy Brown Rice*
1 cup light corn syrup
1 cup gluten-free semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 cup peanut butter
1 cup gluten-free butterscotch chips**

Directions:
Combine sugar and syrup in 3 quart sauce pan. Bring to boil, stirring constantly. Immediately remove from heat and stir in peanut butter. Add cereal and stir to coat cereal well with mixture. Press into buttered 9 x 13 pan. Combine chocolate and butterscotch chips in medium microwave safe bowl. Microwave 1 minute, stir, and microwave 1 more minute. Stir until completely melted and well mixed. Spread evenly over cereal mixture in pan. Cool and cut into bars.
*Any gluten-free crispy rice cereal
**Hershey and Kroger are GF

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cj
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16 Dec 2007 10:53:42 AM PDT
sounds yummy!

 
Civillia Winslow Hill
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21 Dec 2007 9:43:00 AM PDT
just exactly what I needed to know...brand name of gluten-free butterscotch chips! Thanks

 
irene woo
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30 Apr 2008 6:26:26 PM PDT
This recipe is great! Makes a delicious dessert or picnic item. It's also very easy to prepare.

 
Missy
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05 Feb 2009 9:44:29 AM PDT
HERSHEY'S BUTTERSCOTCH CHIPS HAVE BARLEY IN THEM!

If anyone has found gluten-free butterscotch chips, please let me know.

 
Kris
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02 Jun 2009 1:17:40 PM PDT
Hershey's butterscotch chips are gluten free and do NOT have barley in them... Nestle's chips have barley in them... I know b/c I bought some last night and I double checked!!




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