- 1 What is the best way to cut Rice Krispie Treats?
- 2 How long should I wait to Cut Rice Krispie Treats?
- 3 How do you make Rice Krispies stick together?
- 4 How do you shape and cover Rice Krispie treats with fondant?
- 5 What happens if you put too much butter in Rice Krispie Treats?
- 6 Why did my Rice Krispies turn out hard?
- 7 Can you put Rice Krispie treats in the freezer?
- 8 How do I mail Rice Krispie Treats?
- 9 Why do Rice Krispie treats taste different?
- 10 How do you keep Rice Krispie treats from getting hard?
- 11 Why won’t my Rice Krispies Treats stay together?
- 12 What can you use instead of marshmallows for Rice Krispie Treats?
- 13 Which is better fondant or modeling chocolate?
What is the best way to cut Rice Krispie Treats?
For easy cutting, unmold the pan of treats onto a cutting board. Then, use a pizza cutter or large knife sprayed with cooking spray to cut the treats into desired shapes. To store the treats, cover the pan with foil, or wrap individual servings with plastic wrap.
How long should I wait to Cut Rice Krispie Treats?
It will be tempting to cut into your treats as soon as they are in your pan, but we recommend you allow at least 30 minutes for the marshmallow and butter to cool before cutting your treats. It’s best to wait an hour for the treats to cool completely, but we understand sometimes you just have to have one sooner.
How do you make Rice Krispies stick together?
How do you keep rice krispies from sticking together? Make sure they are separated from each other with a sheet of wax paper. Since these dessert bars are made with marshmallows, they have a tendency to be sticky.
How do you shape and cover Rice Krispie treats with fondant?
Roll the fondant into a circle 1/8 inch thick, with the rolling pin. Gently lift the rolled fondant from the work surface and drape the fondant over the center of the iced rice crispy treat. Press the fondant against the rice crispy treat to smooth it and shape the fondant to the same shape as the rice crispy treat.
What happens if you put too much butter in Rice Krispie Treats?
“My treats have a soggy/stale texture.” This is most likely due to too much butter. I’ve tried a few variations that use more butter and I often end up with this weird soggy/stale texture. Next time try reducing the amount you are using and see if that helps.
Why did my Rice Krispies turn out hard?
Rice Krispie Treats often turn out hard from using stale marshmallows. Always use new fresh marshmallows when you make Rice Krispie Treats. It’s also very important to measure carefully when preparing this recipe. If you accidently add a little too many Rice Krispies that will also make them turn out hard.
Can you put Rice Krispie treats in the freezer?
If you want to store them for longer than two days, try freezing them! To freeze rice krispies, allow them to cool completely and cut them into squares. Wrap each square in a piece of wax paper and place them in a gallon freezer bag. Freeze them for up to 3 months.
How do I mail Rice Krispie Treats?
Just pack them in a ziplock with as much air removed as possible. put in a box and mail In a few days they won’t get moldy or stale.
Why do Rice Krispie treats taste different?
While that may not seem significant, when you melt the butter to make your treats, more water will be evaporated from American butter leaving you with less butterfat, which means less flavor. Rice Krispie Treats made using European butter will taste richer and have a creamier texture.
How do you keep Rice Krispie treats from getting hard?
How To Prevent Krispie Treats From Getting Hard
- Don’t overcook the marshmallows. Once they are just melted remove them from the heat immediately.
- Don’t over-stir the mixture once you’ve added the cereal.
- Make sure you don’t press the mixture into the pan too densely.
- Store them properly and airtight!
Why won’t my Rice Krispies Treats stay together?
Don’t crank the heat on the stovetop too high. High heat is the prime culprit for rock hard rice krispie treats. → Follow this tip: It will take a few more minutes of cook time, but melt the butter and marshmallows over low heat. You’ll be rewarded with delicious, soft and chewy treats!
What can you use instead of marshmallows for Rice Krispie Treats?
Almond Butter – together, almond butter and maple syrup work together to create a sticky mixture that acts as a substitute for marshmallows. This way, you can make rice crispy treats without marshmallows!
Which is better fondant or modeling chocolate?
Modeling chocolate, also known as chocolate clay, is a pliable mixture of chocolate and corn syrup. It is very similar to fondant but it tastes like chocolate. It dries harder than fondant, so sculpted pieces made of modeling chocolate will hold their shape really well.