Took this as a dessert to an Easter Party. None left and everyone was asking for the recipe.
Peanut Butter-Chocolate-Oatmeal Cereal Bars
lv2scrapbk Posted: 05/23/11
Karen72 Posted: 04/20/11
Very decadent - these bars are like a chocolate covered peanut butter rice crispy treat!! I was going to bring the majority of the bars into my office but decided that I will save them for Easter treats instead. I ran short of light corn syrup so I added dark corn syrup to make up the difference, I also used light brown sugar instead of dark brown sugar and they came out fabulous. I used large glass measuring cups for the melting stages and they worked great. Will definitely be making this again.
mimieavers Posted: 04/12/11
I just finished making these and they are very GOOD! They were fairly easy to make, you do have a few steps to follow but all -in- all i thought it was easy. I really like the texture of the bar with the added crunch of the nuts on top. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
charleader Posted: 04/19/11
Very sweet but very good. A lot of great flavor combinations with a crispness of cereal, peanut butter and chocolate are always a great pair, and I always like oats in a recipe. A hit with my co-workers!
No Longer Registered Posted: 07/27/11
chefgg Posted: 09/21/11
Excellent flavor! Not the quickest recipe...but delicious!
MNWineLady Posted: 11/16/11
I thought these were great. Easy to put together and YUMMY! I didn't use the PB chips, so I used 2 c. of semi-sweet chips and about 1/2 cup of creamy PB. I am glad I made that change - the bag of PB chips and the bag of chocolate chips would have been WAY too much. Love them!
JulieUpton Posted: 02/19/12
Sugar bomb. Too sweet for us. Not too sophisticated either. Like a super sweet, time consuming rice crispie treat. Plain rice crispie treats are easier and more tasty to us.
mozcook Posted: 04/26/12
They are very sweet but I cut the bars small so it wouldn't be too much. Don't know if I would use dry roasted peanuts again, may try another nut.
osequin Posted: 02/11/13
Very good but I don't think these bars did not need the oatmeal crust. It was delicious but it didn't mix well with the rice Krispies. They were quite sweet too. But they are definitely kid-friendly