S’more Rice Krispie Squares

This week we celebrated National S’mores Day-yes, there is an actual day, by making S’more Rice Krispie Squares. I found the recipe on Tasty Kitchen and fell in love. I have already made them twice:) They are super easy to make and you don’t even have to turn on the oven. I love no-bake treats during the hot summer months.

If you like Rice Krispie treats and S’mores-you will love these squares. You start with a basic Rice Krispie treat, but then you add in crushed graham crackers and chocolate chips. If you want a S’mores treat without making an ooey, gooey mess, make these S’more Rice Krispie Squares. Kids and adults love them! For the recipe and step-by-step instructions, check out my post on Tasty Kitchen. Thanks City BakedΒ for the recipe.

Photo via Foodie Crush

We were recently featured on the fabulous online Food Magazine, Foodie Crush. Check out our feature-there is a fun Q&A and some photos of the baby bump:)Β There is also an exciting announcement about a Holiday Cookie event for food bloggers! I will be the contributing editor for the event, so make sure you visit Foodie Crush for all of the details and get your holiday cookies ready! Submissions are due September 1st-so get baking!

On a sad note, one of my dear food blogging friends, Jennifer Perillo, lost her husband, Mikey, to a sudden heart attack this week. I have been thinking about Jennie and her family all week wondering what I can do to help. Jennie wrote a touching post on Tuesday thanking everyone for their support and asked everyone to bake Mikey’s favorite peanut butter pie today. She wants everyone to share the pie with someone you love. I am not baking a peanut butter pie, because Josh is allergic, but I will be baking his favorite Key Lime Pie in honor of Mikey. Life is precious. Please hug the ones you love and bake a pie in honor of Mikey. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Jennie and her family.

 

Maria Lichty

I’m Maria and my husband is Josh. We share a love of cooking, baking, and entertaining. We enjoy creating recipes that are simple, fresh, and family friendly. We love sitting around the table with good food, good conversation, and good friends and family! Our kitchen is always open!
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  1. I have read about Jennifer’s loss and I am soo, so sorry. My deepest sympathies to her and her family.

    On lighter matters, I just made cookie dough & marshmallow stuffed rice krispie treats w/ choc frosting about two weeks ago…and yours treats make me want more πŸ™‚

  2. i had no idea about jennifer’s loss, but my heart and prayers go out to her 100%. and i will make a peanut butter pie for mikey…and for my husband. life is too short!

    you and your baby bump are too stinking cute too…love the photos!

  3. I made our pie yesterday and we all ate half of it last night……Jennie has been in my prayers all week.

    off to read Foodie Crush now, and thinking about my cookie recipe!

  4. I love S’mores and make a treat similar; I use cocoa krispies and less chocolate chips inside. When cool I top with chips, put under the broiler for 1 minute, spread it out and top with mini marshmallows. After broiling until brown, I fold the whole thing in half – the mess is inside, but you get all the deliciousness of gooey marshmallows oozing out!!

  5. These look awesome! I want to use the cocoa crispy cereal I just got to make them. I am going to check out your feature now! Congrats!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. My boys and I made a pie this morning as well. Praying peace and comfort for Jennie and her family. Your picture is wonderful. Can’t believe how adorable you look! I know everyone says they didn’t, but I know that I never looked super cute while pregnant!

  7. Love the s’mores treats. Hope you enjoyed them & the key lime pie. Hopefully you guys have been enjoying a very sweet weekend filled with hugs πŸ™‚

  8. These look fantastic! I love anything s’more, and rice krispy treats are my biggest sweet treat vice. Can’t wait to give these a shot, and your photos look great.

    Love the pic of you two together. You look beautiful, Maria!

  9. I made these over the weekend and took them “for the kids” at a Super Bowl party. Well, the adults liked them so much the kids were lucky to get one! My chocolate chips melted a little more than in your pictures, so they looked a little different, but they were still very yummy. I also used cinnamon graham crackers. Thanks for the recipe!

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