I like Rice Krispy Treats, but there is nothing better than a S'more prepared fresh over an open fire. It always seems like whenever I am making s'mores, I am also making great memories!
Before I found out about my food allergies, I would have said Rice Krispies Treats.
However, these days, I can't eat either one unless they are gluten free.
I love chocolate but I really really love Rice Krispy treats especially fresh and warm right after you mix all the ingredients together.
Since chocolate is always a favorite, I would definitely choose s'mores! Rice Krispy Treats are fun though because of how you can vary them. We have added a small amount of red food coloring, used heart shaped cookie cutters and made heart shaped Rice Krispy Treats. We've also added peanut butter and chocolate chips too.
For an any-time treat I would choose rice krispy treats. S'mores are good, but I wouldn't want them all the time, just once in a great while.
I love rice Krispy treats too. My sister in law made some chocolate rice Krispy Treats for Christmas. Excellent!
I've never had S'mores (would love to try it one day), so I'd have to say Rice Krispy Treats!
Definitely Rice Krispy Treats because they are fun to make and easy to carry places like work.
by John Harper 5 years ago
Do you have any recipes for gluten free treats for an eight year old girl who cannot handle gluten!Our daughter has suffered epilepsy fro five years, we have stopped it by cutting all gluten from her diet, but treats are a problem and she can only tolerate so many rice cakes!
by Joelle Burnette 8 years ago
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by ProCW 10 years ago
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