Biscoff Rice Krispie Bars (No Marshmallows!)

Biscoff Rice Krispie Bars

My 18 year old son calls me “The Biscoff Queen”. I suppose I have gotten a little carried away lately with the Biscoff recipes, but I just can’t seem to help myself… I’m lovin this stuff!  I’m really reeling it in this time though, so only one more Biscoff post after this one. Scouts Honor!

I’ve always loved traditional Rice Krispie treats, but this recipe is a little more decadent than your average marshmallow-laden Rice Krispie Treat.

The combination of Biscoff Spread, corn syrup, and sugar transform an ordinary box of Rice Krispies into something very special. Once heated, they make a very gooey substance that binds the Rice Krispies perfectly.  After cooling, the Biscoff Rice Krispie Bars firm up very nicely and cut beautifully into nice even squares.  Thick and chewy with that gingery, graham cracker-like flavor that is uniquely Biscoff.

This recipe only has 4 ingredients and could not be easier.  On the stove top, in a small sauce pan, heat corn syrup and sugar over low heat until it is well combined and the sugar has dissolved.

Corn Syrup & Sugar

Remove from the heat and stir in your Biscoff Spread carefully (it’s hot!) until well combined.

Corn Syrup, Sugar & Biscoff

Combine Biscoff mixture with the Rice Krispies and gently toss and mix until well combined and the cereal is completely coated.

Biscoff Mixture & Rice Krispies

Then very gently press into a 9 X 13 inch pan that has been greased or sprayed.  I freeze my butter wrappers and use them for greasing my pans.  Anytime I make bars, I also line my pan with foil, bringing it over the edge, for easier bar removal and cutting.

Biscoff Rice Krispies in foil lined pan

Allow bars to cool and then lift them out with the foil and cut into squares.  This recipe made 24 bars, but the yield could be more or less, just depending on how big you cut your squares.

Biscoff Rice Krispies on foil

Biscoff Rice Krispie Bars

1 cup sugar

1 cup light corn syrup

1 cup Biscoff Spread

6 cups Rice Krispies cereal

Put Rice Krispies in a very large bowl and set aside.  In a small to medium sauce pan, combine sugar and corn syrup and cook over low heat until sugar is completely dissolved.  Remove from the heat and stir in Biscoff Spread until well combined.  Pour Biscoff mixture over the Rice Krispies and toss and mix together until the cereal is completely coated.  With buttered hands, spread and gently press mixture into a well-greased (foil-lined) 9 X 13 inch pan.  Allow mixture to cool and then remove foil from pan and cut into squares.  Store in an air-tight container at room temperature for 3-5 days.

See how thick and chewy they are…

Biscoff Rice Krispie Bars 2

I love traditional Rice Krispie Treats with marshmallows, don’t get me wrong, but when you want something extra special, try these bars… They aren’t quite as healthy as the ones made with marshmallows, but man are they lip-smacking good!

Biscoff Rice Krispie Bars 3

Happy Memorial Day Everyone!!  Thanks to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice and those who continue to serve and protect our great country every day.  Freedom isn’t FREE.

Biscoff Rice Krispie Bars I

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18 thoughts on “Biscoff Rice Krispie Bars (No Marshmallows!)

  1. What a fantastic idea! I’ve always had a problem in getting Rice Krispie squares to stick together without marshmallow – but these look perfect. I’ll give them a go today 🙂

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