In a large saucepan over low heat or in a microwave, melt a 10-oz. pkg. of miniature marshmallows in 3 Tbsp. canola oil; stir until smooth. Remove from the heat; stir in 5 cups Rice Krispies cereal plus any mix-ins. Press mixture into a lightly greased 13x9-in. baking pan using waxed paper or a lightly greased spatula. Cool to room temperature. Cut into bars.
Using canola oil instead of butter keeps these treats softer for longer. Plus, it makes them dairy free!
1. ROCKY ROAD
Stir in 5 whole graham crackers, crumbled; 1 cup chopped salted almonds; and 1 cup chocolate chunks when adding the cereal. Melt an 111/2-oz. pkg. chocolate chunks; spread over cooled bars. Top with a 10-oz. pkg. mini marshmallows. Using a kitchen torch, toast the marshmallows until golden brown. Sprinkle bars with ¼ cup almonds and 3/4 cup chocolate chunks.
2. SPARKLY PRINCESS
Continue reading your story on the app
Continue reading your story in the magazine
A Sweet Experiment
This busy mom and neuroscientist finds balance outside the lab with her creative twists on classic desserts
Erin Gleeson Woodside, CA
After a cross-country move from New York to California, the now-bestselling cookbook author went from photographing lavish dishes in the city to simple recipes in the woods—an artistic pivot inspired by her new home, a charming cabin in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Nearly a decade and four cookbooks later, The Forest Feast series is as fresh as ever.
SUPER SIZZLERS: BEST NONSTICK FRYING PANS
SIZZLING SKILLET SIDE DISHES
KINDNESS & COMPASSION IN A PAN
LASAGNA LOVE DELIVERIES INSPIRE BOTH THE GIVERS AND THE RECEIVERS
Beyond THE GRIDIRON
Marissa Allen perfected the art of hosting game-day parties when her husband was in the NFL. Now they’ve baked up a gourmet cookie business in their Dallas neighborhood.
SNAP, CRACKLE, SWAP!
Give the crispy-chewy cereal treat a little extra pop with fun and flavorful stir-ins.
Kathy YL Chan Honolulu, HI
The Honolulu native has worn many hats: food and travel writer, tea specialist, pastry chef, and blogger. The latest endeavor of her nearly 20-year blogging career is onolicioushawaii.com, a corner of the internet dedicated to Hawaii and its food— complete with recipes, hotel recommendations and helpful restaurant guides.
Alabama blogger Kate Wood specializes in sweets, but she makes an exception for this gorgeous galette studded with summer’s brightest stars.
COOKING UP NEW OPPORTUNITIES
DELAWARE CULINARY SCHOOL STUDENTS TAKE FIRST STEPS TOWARD SECOND CHANCE.
Summertime calls for laid-back dinners that can be whipped up at a moment’s notice. These fast, fresh stunners make it a breeze.