Three Ingredient Chocolate Butterscotch Candy Bars

Family Favorites Recipe

By Family Favorites Quinnn

Aka: My Personal Stash... :)

It's hot, you're crabby, your boss is a jerk and you need some chocolate therapy... NOW! :)

With just three ingredients and a microwave, you'll be smiling in no time! Great recipe for the kids to make as there is no stove or oven required.

***Tuck some away in the freezer for future emergencies!


Recipe Rating:
 1 Rating
Serves:
13x9 Pan
Prep Time:
Cook Time:
Cooking Method:
Microwave

Ingredients

1 pkg
(11 oz.) butterscotch morsels
2 pkg
(11.5 oz.) real chocolate chips
4 c
rice krispies cereal

Directions

1
Lightly grease a 9x13" pan. Set aside.
2
Place butterscotch chips in large bowl and microwave for 1 minute. Stir. Microwave at 10 second intervals until smooth.
3
Stir in Rice Krispies and 1 cup of chocolate chips. Press into prepared pan.
4
Microwave remaining 2 1/2 cups chocolate chips using the same method until smooth. Spread evenly over cereal mixture.
5
Refrigerate until set... if you can wait that long! :)
  • Comments

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    Family Favorites Quinnn - Jul 16, 2013
    Peg W. [Quinnn] has shared this recipe with discussion groups:
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    Lorraine Koschock swindy48 - Jul 16, 2013
    Hi Peg, this sounds really good. Just one question. You don't microwave the first 1 cup of chocolate chips, right? You just mix with the rice krispies, but, you do micro the remaining chips. These sound delicious. I don't know where you get so many recipes but I'm so thankful for you that you're so willing to share. I wish you all the best. Lorraine
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    Family Favorites Quinnn - Jul 16, 2013
    Hi Lorraine,
    Yes you're right... You don't microwave the first 1 cup of chocolate chips that go into the cereal. Thanks so much for your kind words. I joined JAP not long ago as a way to organize my recipes for my two children who have recently "left the nest". Instead of constantly asking me for recipes, they can now just find them here under my name. (Which is why I've been submitting so many recently. lol ) It's a collection of more than 30 years of our family's favorites. Peg
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    Lorraine Koschock swindy48 - Jul 16, 2013
    Thanks Peg. Well, I for one just want you to know that I think it is so kind of you to share all these gems. you know your recipes will live on thru others also because as I use them I will be writing in my recipe book used only for my special recipes "contributed by Peg from Just a Pinch" right along with "Grandma Kobzowicz, Grandma Galida, Lorraines, and other's that I have come to love. So keep em coming and thanks for the idea of posting them to my recipe box here for my daughter to have later on when I'm not around. I love that idea so thanks for that too. Lorraine
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    Family Favorites Quinnn - Jul 16, 2013
    Thanks so much... I'm honored! Like most home cooks, I had recipes all over the place and it was a wonderful way to get a little better organized as well. My grandmother taught culinary arts for 45 years so the recipe "vault" is endless! lol Peg