Here is a tasty treat for you all, I realised I haven’t done a baking post in a while, so I thought these would be a great share for those Reese lovers out there. I also thought seeing as Christmas is 32 days Β away, these would make a great gift for friends and family at Christmas. Just get a jar, cut these Rice Krispie cakes into small cubes, and tie with a bow. It’s nice and cheap but also shows you’ve put a lot of thought into it, and any homemade gift will make a person feel special, as you’ve put your time and effort in to it. They also make a nice after dinner treat. I may just add my boyfriend hates anything to do with peanuts, but actually really enjoyed these, and said they taste more of a hazelnut flavour. I hope you enjoy them! P.S Thank you if you have taken the time to vote in my poll down below, I just want to create content you’d like to see!

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Ingredients

– 150g milk chocolate

– 200g caster sugar

– 280g peanut butter

– 300g syrup

– 150g Rice Krispies

– 150g milk chocolate chips

– 280g mini Reese’s cups

Method

1. In a pan, put in the peanut butter, syrup and caster sugar and stir in until smooth.

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2. Put the Rice Krispies in a large bowl and pour over the melted mixture, and stir in.

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3. Stir in the chocolate chips.

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4. Stir in the Reese’s cups.

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5. Pour the mixture into the baking tin and press into the corners.

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6. Melt the chocolate and pour it over the Rice Krispie mixture. Put in the fridge for at least 2 hours.

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7. Enjoy!

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