Bring sugar and syrup to a boil. Add peanut butter and cook, stirring until well blended. Remove from heat and pour hot mixture over cereal. Mix quickly and thoroughly. Spread in a greased 9x12x2 inch pan.
Sprinkle butterscotch and chocolate morsels over top. Press morsels into bar mixture lightly with spoon. When cool, cut into bars and store at room temperature.
348 calories, 13 grams fat, 57 grams carbohydrates, 6 grams proteinper serving. This recipe is low in sodium.
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I have been making this recipe for years - and I love it! To make it easier to cut, pull the karo syrup/sugar mixture off the stove immediately after it starts to boil - then add the peanut butter. The longer the sugar mixture boils, the harder they are to cut.
Nov 21, 2008
good flavor...but they're EXTREMELY hard to cut...any ideas on making the krispie layer softer, so it will cut easier?
Dec 15, 2007
a friend of mine changed this recipe up a bit... insted of the rice krispies she put golden grahms... they are amazing... just a way to shake things up a bit!
Nov 18, 2007
My daughter asked me to find the recipe for these because some lady at church makes them and she really likes them.Thanks for the recipe, can't wait to try it and surprise her.
Dec 7, 2006
this is the coolest it reminds me of the special kay cookies my grandma makes! this is great i needed one so i could bake these for my yearbook class thanks!
Nov 28, 2006
i have been looking for this recipe for over 5 years. my mom and i use to make it..everyone love it! so glad to find it and share it with new people
Nov 25, 2006
I have been making these treats for years. My family and friends never get tired of them. They are a family favorite. I make them for birthday gifts, pot-lucks, Christmas and just enjoying at home. Very habit forming!!!