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« on: July 07, 2011 03:33:23 AM »

i've made some before, just using the recipe on the box, and they were really tasty but a bit sticky, like stickier than store bought.
Anyone got any tips on how to make them less sticky? i want to make some this weekend as i'm either going to a bbq or a potterthon and which ever one i end up at i'd like to take treats
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« Reply #1 on: July 13, 2011 03:15:54 AM »

i've made some before, just using the recipe on the box, and they were really tasty but a bit sticky, like stickier than store bought.
Anyone got any tips on how to make them less sticky? i want to make some this weekend as i'm either going to a bbq or a potterthon and which ever one i end up at i'd like to take treats

Which recipe do you use?  I typically find that putting them in the fridge pretty much straight after they're shaped (before they get a chance to settle at room temperature) keeps them very solid.
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« Reply #2 on: July 13, 2011 04:17:58 AM »

i use the recipe off the side of the box
45g butter or margarine
300g (about 40) regular marshmallows
180g Kellogg's Rice Krispies

melt the marshmallows and butter together, mix in the crispies, then either squish into a tray or shape by hand and leave to firm up
they do firm up really well but they're quite sticky, like if i'm taking them to a friend's place i'll pop them in a tub and they're all separate but by the time i get there they're sticking together
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« Reply #3 on: July 13, 2011 04:32:57 AM »

i use the recipe off the side of the box
45g butter or margarine
300g (about 40) regular marshmallows
180g Kellogg's Rice Krispies

melt the marshmallows and butter together, mix in the crispies, then either squish into a tray or shape by hand and leave to firm up
they do firm up really well but they're quite sticky, like if i'm taking them to a friend's place i'll pop them in a tub and they're all separate but by the time i get there they're sticking together

Maybe more rice krispies?  I use about the same recipe as you with less marshmallows and a little more rice bubbles.
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