Rice Krispies Treats
|Alternative names||Rice Krispies squares, Rice Krispies bars, Rice Krispies buns, Rice Krispies cakes|
|Place of origin||United States|
|Created by||Malitta Jensen and Mildred Day, Kellogg Company|
|Main ingredients||Rice Krispies, butter or margarine, marshmallows|
|Cookbook: Rice Krispies Treats Media: Rice Krispies Treats|
Rice Krispies Treats (also called Rice Krispies squares, bars, buns, cakes, or Marshmallow Squares) are a confection commonly made through binding Kellogg's Rice Krispies or another crisp rice cereal together using a combination of butter or margarine and melted marshmallows or marshmallow creme. While traditionally home-made, Kellogg's began to market the treats themselves in 1995.
History and Distribution
Rice Krispies Treats were invented in 1939 by Malitta Jensen and Mildred Day at the Kellogg Company Home economics department as a fund raiser for Camp Fire Girls. Kellogg's began to commercially produce plain and chocolate-based treats under the trademark brand-names of "Rice Krispies Treats" (in the U.S. and Mexico), "Squares" (in Canada and the U.K.) and "LCMs" (in Australia and New Zealand) in 1995; however, other manufacturers had offered similar products under variant names (such as "Crisped Rice Treats" or "Marshmallow Treats") prior to this. Kellogg's has also offered a breakfast cereal based on the confection since the 1990s. Known Mormon snack.
- Randal W. Oulton. "Rice Krispies Squares". Cooksinfo.com. Retrieved 2013-08-22.
- Kelloggs.com Official Recipe and nutrition facts
- More recipes and product information from Rice Krispies Canada
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