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Are you looking for a fun and easy afternoon snack idea? Something that takes only minutes to make yet looks pretty enough to be served at a party? Try my scrumptious mood booster : Rice Krispies Treats Strawberry Yogurt Trifle.
I’ve always loved layered desserts, bars and I think anything layered is so much fun to eat. But you know they often take so long to make. I consider myself pretty spoiled when it comes to desserts. I grew up on French pastries, and custard fillings that often take hours to make, even days. I don’t always have that kind of time on my hands. I love them dearly but there are days when you just need a little pick me up treat.
I wanted to make something that not only looks pretty, semi sophisticated but is really easy to make and doesn’t take a whole day to put together. I spotted familiar Rice Krispies Treats blue box in my pantry and it got me thinking, instead of just eating the bars like they are what if I mixed it up a little.
I made delicious Rice Krispies Treats Strawberry Yogurt Trifle. Be sure to use a clear glass to show off the colors and layers full of fun textures and flavors. Inside you’ll find soft and chewy Rice Krispies Treats , sweet and fluffy marshmallows and yogurt, refreshing juicy strawberry chunks and crunchy chocolate pieces. Now are you with me? Let’s make this trifle.
I got Rice Krispies Treats at my local Target store, they were hiding in the Value – Pack Snacks section, on the bottom shelf. It was on sale and so I got 2 boxes and I also picked up rest of the ingredients on my way out.
I picked up Rice Krispies Treats at my local Target Store.
To make the trifle I decided to layer cubed Rice Krispies Treats, with yogurt Jet-Puffed Mini Marshmallows mix, fresh sliced strawberries and I used crushed M&M candies as sprinkles.
Start by cutting Rice Krispies Treats into small cubes.
Roughly chop marshmallows.
Chop M&M candies.
Wash and chop strawberries.
In a large bowl stir together yogurt and marshmallows.
Fill the glass dishes : layer Rice Krispies Treats cubes,
yogurt mix, strawberries, repeat, finishing with yogurt mix, sprinkle chopped
M&M on top. Serve.
Cubed Rice Kripsies Treats look like cubed bread, kind of like when you make stuffing for turkey, but sweet.
Layering process is super easy and fun. Use a spoon and alternate layers until you come to the top of the your glass. Sprinkle with chocolate and enjoy.
Guess what? I entered my recipe for Rice Krispies Treats Strawberry Yogurt Trifle into Kellogg’s My Happy Contest, recipe was selected by the judges, and I’m one of the 8 finalists.
I wanted to ask you for a huge favor. Stop by the contest page and vote on your favorite treat. It would mean a world to me if was my treat. By voting on your favorite Kellogg’s® Rice Krispies Treats® (please vote for Haniela’s:-)) you become eligible and can win awesome prizes(including $250 Bank Issued, pre-loaded gift card and a lot more)
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