Easy Cannabis Rice Krispie Treats – Release your inner candy-addicted child with this ooey, gooey, and chewy cannabis rice krispie treat recipe that’s so simple to make and ready in just 20 minutes. Prep Time 5 mins Cooking Time: 15 minutes Total Time 20 mins Course Dessert Recipe Calories 240 Servings 9 squares For this recipe, an 8×8″ silicone baking pan is ideal.
- If you don’t have one, use parchment paper to line the bottom of a standard 8×8″ baking pan.
- Set aside.
- Cannabutter or coconut oil should be added to a large saucepan over low heat.
- Warm for two to three minutes, or until fully melted.
- Add marshmallows and stir with a silicone spatula until completely melted.
Remove from heat and stir in vanilla extract and salt. Stir cereal into the mixture. Continue stirring until all cereal is evenly coated with marshmallow mixture. Pour the mixture into a prepared 8×8-inch baking dish. Using the spatula, press the mixture into the baking dish to create an even layer.
- If you intend to add toppings such as sprinkles or M&Ms, add them now.
- Before cutting, allow the mixture to rest and cool for at least one hour.
- Using a sharp knife, divide the food into nine pieces.
- Enjoy immediately or store in an airtight container.
- Use silicone for everything if you can.
- The marshmallow combination is GLUEY! Silicone spatulas and baking pans are your friends.
Before cutting, allow the mixture to cool at room temperature for up to one hour for optimal results. You can store your treats for up to one week at room temperature in an airtight container. Rice crispy treats can also be stored in a sealed container in the refrigerator for up to two weeks, or in a freezer-safe bag for up to six weeks or more in the freezer.
What is the shelf life of Rice Krispie treats?
How long can Rice Krispies treats be stored? 22 April 2006, 3:21 a.m. I intend to make the rice krispy treats depicted in this year’s Wilton yearbook, and I was wondering how many days in advance I can make them and still have them taste fresh. Posted April 22, 2006, 6:02am Honestly? Rice Krispie treats are best the day they are made.
- You can prevent them from becoming too hard by tightly wrapping them in Saran Wrap and keeping them airtight for two to three days, but they have a much better texture on the same day.
- Hugs Squirrelly 22 April 2006, 10:37 a.m.
- I concur with Squirrelly that they are unquestionably better the day after.
Posted April 22, 2006, 6:45pm Originally published by pinkopossum I concur with Squirrelly that they are unquestionably better the day after. Actually, they are best when they have not yet cooled and solidified, hehe! I am suddenly hungry for. Hugs Squirrelly Desserts Posted April 22, 2006, 9:07pm How long are their effects? I was going to say, not for long! Posted April 23, 2006 at 6:30am I too did not believe they would last very long.
- I just don’t want to have to do them while also baking a cake.
- I suppose I will attempt to seal with Saran wrap.
- Thanks! 23 April 2006, 6:52 a.m.
- I made some for Easter Children’s Church last weekend and shaped them into flowers.
- My husband and I had a plate full of leftovers to consume! I prepared them on Saturday evening, and they were still delicious on Tuesday afternoon.
On Wednesday, I discarded the small amount that remained. They were little Krispies who were terrified! I simply wrapped them in saran wrap.24 April 2006, 4:44 p.m. They are actually quite durable. Simply wrap in plastic wrap and place in a container. My husband prefers them to be crunchier than when they are made on the same day.24 April 2006, 5:41 p.m.
- I just happened to read it on the side of a large box of Rice Krispies: No longer than two days in an airtight container! 24 April 2006, 11:23 p.m.
- I have stored them in a plastic container or wrapped them in plastic wrap for up to one week.
- I place them in the microwave for 20 seconds at a power level of 6 or 7 to restore them to their “just-made” consistency.
I think I’m developing a craving. Posted April 25, 2006, 12:01 a.m.mmmm, I share your craving!!! 25 April 2006, 2:35 a.m. About an hour at my residence!!! I agree with SC that they are best on the same day, but if you wrap them in plastic wrap and place them in a container with a lid, they might last a couple of days.
- The microwave method may also work; I’ll have to test it out.18 April 2013, 11:41 a.m.
- Hello, I discovered this thread via Google; I apologize for hijacking it, but what about decorations made from rice krispie treats, specifically if they are covered in buttercream and fondant? thank you =] 18 April 2013 at 12:08pm Similar to plastic wrap, buttercream and fondant seal in moisture, so the answer is the same.
Hth 18 April 2013 at 12:21pm 16 May 2013 at 8:52 p.m. Two weeks ago, I made Rice Krispies treats for the first time. I checked the Kellogg’s website (I’m not sure if I can post a link, so I’m copying and pasting the relevant text): For optimal results, use freshly made marshmallows.1 jar (7 ounces) of marshmallow crème can be used in place of marshmallows.
- Diet, low-calorie, and tub margarine are not advised.
- Eep at room temperature for no longer than two days in an airtight container.
- To freeze, separate layers with wax paper and place in an airtight container.
- Freeze for up to 6 weeks.
- Let stand at room temperature for 15 minutes before serving.
- I had to prepare half in advance, so I froze the initial batch (by following the instructions).
I allowed them to thaw for 15 minutes prior to serving, then took a bite. I then compared it to a freshly made one and found that both were equally delicious. However, this is my first time making these characters.12 June 2013, 8:42 p.m. I want to make a Van cake topper for my father’s birthday, but I know he won’t eat it and will probably keep it.
I believe it will be simpler to make with RKT as the base, so how long will it last if not consumed? As in, will it spoil, etc., if he doesn’t consume it? If there are no better ideas? Thanks 12 June 2013, 9:58 p.m. A Yes, it will become filthy (how long do you want it to last?). To make something edible that will also last a very long time, use only gumpaste.
Another option is to use nontoxic polymers clay to create an inedible topping.13 June 2013, 8:23 a.m. Originally published by manddi Yes, it will become filthy (how long do you want it to last?). To make something edible that will also last a very long time, use only gumpaste.
Another option is to use nontoxic polymers clay to create an inedible topping. Fair enough, I don’t think my father will ever eat it, so definitely not RKT. If the word “gross” is involved, I will likely use solid fondant or gumpaste because I believe that is my only option.26 September 2013, 11:20 p.m.
I just discovered this concept on livestrong.com.
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Stale Rice Krispies – Stale Rice Krispies typically lose their flavor and become a little less crisp when consumed. Again, if you consume a couple of dry kernels and find the flavor and texture to be acceptable, you may consume the remainder as long as there are no other indications of spoilage. However, if the taste and texture are unpleasant, you should discard the box and purchase a new one.