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Rice Krispie Caramel Bars

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Keep refrigerated and covered. To die for.

Ingredients

1st layer:
1/4 cup butter
4 cups mini marshmallows
4 cups Rice Krispies
Cooking spray
2nd layer:
1-14 ounce bag caramels
1-1/4 stick butter
1-13 ounce can sweet condensed milk
3rd layer:
1/4 cup butter
4 cups mini marshmallows
4 cups Rice Krispies

Instructions

1st layer: Melt butter and marshmallows, then stir in Rice Krispies and pat down in a lightly sprayed 9x13-inch pan. 2nd layer: Melt caramels and butter in milk. Pour over Krispies in the pan. Refrigerate for 40 minutes. 3rd layer: Melt butter and marshmallows and stir in Rice Krispies. Pat on top of caramel mixture.

Mary LeCleir
Taylor Ridge



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