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Reese's® PB and J Cereal Treats

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Love peanut butter and jelly? Then you're going to luh-uh-ove this incredibly decadent recipe for super-quick and easy PB&J bars. Crunchy Reese's cereal, peanut butter frosting, and jam. AMAZE!!!MORE+LESS-

Updated October 31, 2014

1

(10.5 ounce) bag mini marshmallows

7

cups Reese's Puffs® cereal

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    In a large pot, melt the butter over medium-low heat. Add the marshmallows and cook, stirring constantly, until melted. Once melted, add the Reese's Puffs Cereal. Remove from heat, stir until cereal is well combined with the marshmallows.

  • 2

    Press cereal mixture into a glass pan, sprayed with nonstick cooking spray.

  • 3

    In a stand mixer, combine peanut butter, powdered sugar, and milk.

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    Spread mixture over cereal bars.

  • 5

    In a microwave-safe dish, zap the strawberry jam for 20-30 seconds, or until soft and warm. Place dollops of the jam on top of the peanut butter frosting. Allow to sit for a minute, then use a knife to swirl the jam on top of the peanut butter frosting.

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    Allow to set slightly before slicing and serving!!

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More About This Recipe

  • Peanut butter and jelly! Take this classic flavor combo, and turn it into crispy no-bake cereal bars topped with creamy frosting, and a swirl of strawberry jam.

    Who needs a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for lunch when you can have these Reese's PB&J Cereal Treats for dessert? Absurdly quick and simple to make, bursting with all the mouthwatering goodness of your favorite flavors…isn't it time you ate dessert first?

    Here's your lineup, peanut butter lovers! Reese's Puffs cereal, butter, marshmallows, all the stuff for peanut butter frosting, and strawberry jelly for the belly.

    Start this recipe off the way you would any cereal-crispy bar recipe. Melt butter, toss in marshmallows, Reese’s Puffs gets mixed in. Then spread the cereal into a lightly greased baking dish. Hello, happiness.

    Except it gets better. Because now you're going to prep creamy, dreamy peanut butter frosting to go on top of those crispy, crunchy cereal bars. It's getting hot in here.

    Spread the frosting on top of the cereal. Then prepare to take it to a whole new level…

    Zap your favorite strawberry jelly in the microwave, then plop little jelly dollops all over the top of the frosting. Let the warm jelly sit for a moment -- it'll melt the frosting just a bit and make it easy to swirl the topping all gorgeous-like.

    Swirl the jelly with a knife. To get a really purty swirl, use the tip of your knife to spread the jelly left to right, then top to bottom.

    Now the hard part….waiting for the frosting to set up. Tick tock, tick tock…give your dessert bars a minute to firm up. Feel free to stick your treats in the refrigerator to help them set up more quickly. Because, ya know, the sooner, the better.

    Ding ding! Time to slice into your treats! Grab a knife and cut it into squares. Big squares, little squares, you pick the size! Just know you're gonna wanna eat the whole pan…

    Which is why we recommend making this recipe with a few paper plates on hand. Transfer your cut squares to the paper plates, then run them quick to the neighbors! Share! Share! Lest you be standing over your kitchen countertop, devouring every bite of these delicious treats…

    Of course, sometimes sharing is sooo overrated. Enjoy!

    Brooke blogs at Cheeky Kitchen where she shares fun family recipes. She joined Tablespoon to share some of her best, so keep an eye on Brooke's profile to see what she cooks up next!

  • Reese’s Puffs is a registered trademark of Hershey Chocolate and Confectionery Company used under license.

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I thought it would be fun to use them to create a gluten free beach themed treat. The PB&J Bars are soft and chewy, and when topped with all natural peanut butter and some cereal crumbs, made the perfect little patch of sandy beach.

To make my little beaches come to life, I wanted to add a sea creature and chose to make starfish because they are often found on the beach.

By blending a PB&J bar with some peanut butter, dates, and dried cherries, I got a really flavorful, soft dough that could be shaped into a cute little starfish. I attached two candy eyes and my beach scenes were complete.

These treats are so easy to create, look festive enough for a party, but are easy enough to make for an afternoon snack.

To make the power bar dough for the starfish, simply pop one PB&J Bar into a mini food processor or blender along with dates, dried cherries, and peanut butter. Pulse until you get really fine crumbs.

When you scoop out some of the crumbs, you should be able to squeeze them and they will hold together.

Then squeeze all the crumbs together into a disc and flatten that out to about 1/4 inch thickness.

Use a small 1 1/2 inch star shaped cookie cutter to cut out 9 stars. When you get to the last bit of dough, just push it into the cutter, then lift the cutter up and off the dough.

Once you have your stars cut, pinch the points on each star to better shape them into starfish.

To create the sandy beaches you’ll need to crush some Honey Crunch Gluten Free Cereal into fine crumbs.

Spread peanut butter over top of the PB&J Bars then sprinkle them with crumbs.

To make the starfish come to life, dab a bit of peanut butter on the back of a candy eye and press it onto the starfish.

Then attach the starfish to the sandy beach bars using more peanut butter.

You can store these bars in an airtight container for up to a few days if you are making them for a party or they can be eaten right away.

How fun would these gluten free treats be to pack up and bring to the beach?


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Nutritional info:

Nutrition Facts

Serving size

Amount per serving

Calories

170

Disclaimer: The Van's Foods website features Nutritional Facts compliant with the revised FDA label requirements. Products purchased in market may still reflect older Nutritional Facts labels.

Proudly, our ingredients:

GLUTEN FREE OATS (ROLLED OATS AND OAT FLOUR), INVERT CANE SYRUP, ORGANIC EVAPORATED CANE JUICE, PEANUT BUTTER, NON-GMO EXPELLER PRESSED CANOLA OIL, STRAWBERRIES, WHITE RICE FLOUR, TAPIOCA STARCH, RICE BRAN, APPLE POWDER, FRUIT JUICE CONCENTRATE (PINEAPPLE, PEAR, APPLE, PEACH), PEANUT FLOUR, PEANUT OIL, GLYCERIN, NATURAL FLAVOR, CITRIC ACID, PECTIN, LOCUST BEAN GUM, SEA SALT, BAKING SODA, RED CABBAGE EXTRACT AND ANNATTO FOR COLOR.


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