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What kid doesn’t love a good Rice Krispie Treat? In fact, what adult doesn’t love these sweet, gooey squares? We had a 6th Grade Graduation Party and I was in charge of the dessert table. I made Dairy Free Rice Krispie Treats, Wacky Cake cupcakes with dairy free buttercream frosting and Pillsbury chocolate frosting. No one there knew they were eating Vegan treats, because they taste just as good, if not better than the classic recipes they are used to! Someone even asked if I made cupcakes for events because they were so impressed. That was the ultimate compliment!

Dairy Egg and Nut Free Dessert Table

I whipped up the Dairy Free Rice Krispie Treats as a last minute thought, realizing that not everyone might be a chocolate or a cupcake fan. These are so easy, you might have to exercise self-control not to make them every day. Enjoy!

Dairy Free Rice Krispie Treats

These Rice Krispie Treats taste just like the recipe we all know and love – without the dairy!  These are so simple and easy to make, the only thing that is better than how easy they are, is how good they taste!

Ingredients

  • 10 oz package regular or mini marshmallows (we use Jet Puff brand)
  • 1/4 cup oil (we use canola)
  • 8 cups Rice Krispie cereal (or other safe brand crisp rice cereal)

Instructions

  1. Put marshmallows in a large microwave safe bowl. Pour oil over marshmallows and toss to coat. 

  2. Microwave on high for 45 seconds. Stir, and then microwave another 45 seconds and stir again. This should be enough to melt the marshmallows, but you can repeat if necessary.

  3. When marshmallows are melted, add cereal and mix. Pour into 13×9 pan coated with non-stick cooking spray. Cover pan with wax paper or cling wrap and press mixture into pan evenly. Let cool for 30 minutes.

  4. Cut into squares with a greased knife, or use cookie cutters for other shapes.

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