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This recipe for Confetti Squares is a fun twist on the old classic Rice Krispy treat. I am a huge huge fan of Rice Krispies because I grew up eating my grandma’s. When I saw this recipe I thought it would be a fun twist to add to the treat that I already love!
These treats start out like any other Rice Krispie and are just as easy to make. The Cap’n Crunch and Froot Loops make these treats much more colorful. I had no problems making them either.
As I said I grew up eating my grandmas Rice Krispies and she always used a ton of butter and these treats call for nine tablespoons, which I think is a bit much. However, one thing that I have never seen and my grandma does not do is add salt. I thought it was weird to see this but it’s what the recipe called for. Don’t do it! Combined with Cap’n Crunch, a somewhat salty cereal, the treats taste too salty. Over all these treats were a fun, colorful treat.
I had five people taste the Confetti Squares and rate them on a scale of 1 to 5- 1 being the lowest 5 being the highest- on over all taste, texture, appearance, colorfulness, and willingness to try making the recipe. I also had them make comments on what they would change about the Confetti Square. They are without a doubt making it into my book and I will make them several more times!
Overall Taste- 4.5
Willingness to make recipe- 5
Comments- Everyone agreed that they were salty but they loved them!
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