Nutella Rice Krispie Treats

Monday, October 4, 2010

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Aside from my family, there are two things in this world that I honestly don’t think I could live without.  At the very least, my quality of life would surely suffer without them.  They are Nutella and Rice Krispie treats.  Seriously.  I have to keep the Nutella jar safely hidden away in my pantry where I can’t see it, or else it would quickly disappear, spoonful by spoonful.  And, don’t even get me started on the Rice Krispie treats!  I always say that I make them for the kids, but the sad truth is I make them for ME, ME, ME!  In fact, I rarely dare to even make them anymore, because if there’s a tray of them in the house, I cannot rest until I have consumed Every. Single. One.  If there was a twelve step program for Rice Krispie treats, I’d be in it.  Sigh…

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So, imagine the allure of a Rice Krispie treat made with mounds of Nutella swirled in.  It’s almost too much to contemplate!   I can’t believe I never thought of it before!  I actually didn’t think of it this time.  I got the idea from an episode of Top Chef Just Desserts, which is pretty much the only thing I’ve gotten from that show so far, except a throbbing headache from watching all of the drama.  (Seth, I’m talking about you!)

Now, I’m pretty sure that most of you already know how to make Rice Krispie treats.  But I’m going to explain it anyway, because I need some words to go along with all of these pictures.  read more >>

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