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Old December 6th, 2016, 08:21 PM
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1 stick of butter.
1/2 t of nutmeg.
Pinch of salt
10 oz bag of Mini marshmallows.
6 cups of rice Krispies.
1/4 Cup of maple syrup.
Melt butter in a saucepan cook till it turns brown and has a nutty smell. Remove from heat add syrup nutmeg and marshmallows. Once marshmallows are melted add rice Krispies. Place in 8x8 buttered pan. Let set for an hour then enjoy.

I came across this recipe tonight I am going to have to give this one a try. Maybe make it for the entire family at Xmas.
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Sounds really good...any luck with making it yet?

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1 stick of butter.
1/2 t of nutmeg.
Pinch of salt
10 oz bag of Mini marshmallows.
6 cups of rice Krispies.
1/4 Cup of maple syrup.
Melt butter in a saucepan cook till it turns brown and has a nutty smell. Remove from heat add syrup nutmeg and marshmallows. Once marshmallows are melted add rice Krispies. Place in 8x8 buttered pan. Let set for an hour then enjoy.

I came across this recipe tonight I am going to have to give this one a try. Maybe make it for the entire family at Xmas.
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Old December 9th, 2016, 10:39 AM
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Sounds really good...any luck with making it yet?
Not yet to many 16 hour work days this week. Go to work at 9pm come home after 2pm the following day. Looking at the stove and looking at my bed the bed wins everytime. Still have to work 16 hr days all weekend yet maybe next week on a day off I will get the time.
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I am going to try making these and some maple jelly this weekend. Nothing better than the smell of maple in the house on a cold December day.
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I am planning on making these treats tonight...


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Thanks for posting this. Just wanted to say these are killer!!!! Made them this morning.
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This has become one of our favorite recipes using maple thanks Radnagel. We make a double batch it uses up a whole box of rice crispies. We use a buttered soup spoon to smooth out the top of the mixture when we pour it into the pan. The only "off" batch we've had was one where we just bought new nutmeg from a spice shop and it was very intense that overpowered everything. Otherwise everyone who eats them loves them Jay
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