Avalanche Bars – Rice Krispies cereal coated with white chocolate and peanut butter with marshmallows and chocolate chips mixed in. No bake and really simple!

Avalanche Bars - Rice Krispies coated with white chocolate and peanut butter with marshmallows and chocolate chips mixed in!

Happy Tuesday! Back to the real world today, huh? That long weekend sure was nice.

This morning I have to take Penelope (#idiothusky) to the vet for her regular ol’ checkup. And the big plan is to drop her off and then call Clementine’s (the cockapoo) hair girl to see if she can squeeze her in before Penelope gets home.

Because, yeah, you guessed it. She still thinks Clem is a new dog whenever she gets a haircut. Like, she actually growls at her and won’t let her near the food bowls. This has happened every 8 weeks for 2 years now.

#IdiotHusky for real.

So I’m hoping that if it happens while she’s gone, she’ll come home and think “Hey, you look different. But you’re still Clem.”

These are the things you have to think about when you live with a husky.

Also, “$#%^, her snowprints disappeared, which way did she go?”

And sometimes, “Gahhhh, I hope I left her enough treats so she won’t pull dishes out of the sink and eat all the spatulas!”

And don’t forget, “Did you really get sick all over the modem? REALLY?!”

I’ll keep you updated.

How To Make Avalanche Bars!

I love any bar that starts with Rice Krispies. I love plain Rice Krispies treats, I love peanut butter Rice Krispies treats, I love them all. So this is kind of a dream come true. 

You melt white chocolate chips and peanut butter together until they are nice and smooth. Then you stir in the Rice Krispies until it is all coated. And then you have to wait a few minutes. Because if you stir in the chocolate chips and marshmallows when the peanut butter mixture is piping hot, the chocolate and marshmallows will help and that would be sad! 

So give it about 15 minutes to cool down and then stir in the mini chocolate chips and marshmallows. Then you can transfer it into a pan and let it set! 

They are delicious and since the only real work you have to do is melting the white chocolate chips, they’re super quick to throw together and then you just have to wait for them to set before cutting them.

More Recipes with Rice Krispies

Maple Bacon Rice Krispies Treats – the perfect sweet and salty treat! It starts with the classic Rice Krispies Treats recipes and then you add maple syrup and crispy bacon. These are no bake and so delicious! 

Salted Nut Roll Bars – these bars start with a cake mix so they are super simple! The cake mix is baked and then topped with melty marshmallows and a peanut topping that is made with butter, peanut butter chips, Rice Krispies cereal, and salted peanuts. A must make for all sweet and salty lovers!

Hot Chocolate Rice Krispies Treats – another classic Rice Krispies Treats recipe with a twist! These get hot chocolate mix and extra mini marshmallows stirred in. They taste just like hot chocolate and make a great holiday treat. 

Avalanche Bars - Rice Krispies cereal coated with white chocolate and peanut butter with marshmallows and chocolate chips mixed in!

Avalanche Bars
Ingredients
  • 12 ounces white chocolate chips
  • 1/4 cup creamy peanut butter
  • 3 cups Rice Krispies cereal
  • 1 1/2 cups mini marshmallows
  • 1/4 cup mini chocolate chips + 2 tablespoons for top
Instructions
  1. Melt chocolate chips and peanut butter together over super low heat. Stir constantly until smooth.
  2. Put Rice Krispies in a large mixing bowl and pour the white chocolate peanut over it. Stir until all the cereal is coated. Let cool for about 15 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  3. Once cool, stir in mini marshmallows and 1/4 cup mini chocolate chips.
  4. Transfer the mixture into a 9x9 pan and gently press down to make it all even. Press the remaining 2 tablespoons of mini chocolate chips into the top. Let set completely before cutting and serving.

 

Avalanche Bars - Rice Krispies cereal coated with white chocolate and peanut butter with marshmallows and chocolate chips mixed in!

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