To store, arrange treats in a single layer on parchment-lined baking sheets, wrap tightly in plastic, and keep at room temperature, up to 3 days.
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Rating: 5 stars
Delicious and so fun! Made this and it was an awesome treat for our party!
I like the recipe!!! I will try it tomorrow and make my guest wondering by package them into candy boxes.
Great recipe! Followed recipe exactly as written. Both adults and children loved them. The orange and lemon zest added an extra special taste. Make the orange and yellow marshmellow mixture a little brighter color than you want the final treat because when you add the cereal it mutes the color somewhat. This will be a fall tradition for our family.
Rating: 4 stars
I made these tonight and they turned out great. I have shaped them and individually wrapped each one. The zest was a nice surprise!
If they are difficult to shape and not glossy, more marshmallow is needed! I did not follow the recipe exactly since I had a smaller loaf pan, so I can't say how much marshmallow to use. The white layer should have extra marshmallow to make it softer and easier to shape. This recipe does require a lot of food coloring. But, mine came out perfectly, pretty as the video, despite having the wrong size pan and making up the proportions.
Eh, these didn't turn out as great as we had hoped. I think this picture must have been photoshopped, because our treats didn't turn out nearly as colorful as glossy! We followed the directions to the letter, but when it was time to cut our treats, they were rock hard, difficult to cut and shape, and each one has a dusty appearance. My husband came home and asked what they were supposed to look like - tombstones? Probably wouldn't bother with this recipe again.