I’m not much of a fan of Halloween. Sure, I like decorating the house a little and find myself unable to resist the festive cartoons that air on TV, even though I’ve seen them about a million times. But I don’t like being scared and I haven’t dressed up for Halloween since second grade. Seriously.
There is one thing I absolutely, positively love about Halloween: CANDY! I’ve already stocked up on Williams Sonoma’s amazing candy and I need to get my Jelly Belly order in soon. I also head to Target and drug stores to stock up. I’ve only hit Target so far this year and was unimpressed by the selection. It was all chocolate with a little candy corn. I don’t mind candy corn, but as you know, chocolate is not an option for me with my allergy. It was a pretty big bummer. Maybe more gummy candy will come in, and I definitely need to head to some other stores.
The trip wasn’t a total bust, though, because then I spotted Halloween cereals. In the blink of an eye my arms were filled with cereal boxes. Boo Berry (which I tried and loved last year), Frute Brute, and Fruity Yummy Mummy are now in my pantry calling my name. I didn’t pick up Franken Berry, but you know I’ll be making another trip for a box. These are old school cereals that had previously been discontinued but are now back for the season. I think this is a great idea and I love them. Seasonal treats are always so fun to stock up on. If there’s a shortage of Candy Corn Oreos, I’m probably to blame.
Like candy, I also have a thing for cereal. I don’t eat it all the time, but there are always at least five boxes of cereal in my pantry. Chex (mostly for those Puppy Chow cravings), Rice Krispies, Cap’n Crunch, Lucky Charms, Cheerios, and now these fun, fruity, marshmallow-y cereals have joined the assortment.
I wasn’t planning on baking with them, but then I saw that this week’s Sunday Supper theme was crunchy and I put two and two together. Enter Boo Berry Cereal Treats. These no bake treats are ooey, gooey, messy, but I think that makes them taste even better. The Boo Berry flavor shines through and they stay super crunchy. These easy to make treats are sure to be a Halloween hit!
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- 5 ½ cups Boo Berry Cereal
- 5 cups mini marshmallows
- ½ stick unsalted butter
- Line a 9 by 13 inch pan with parchment, leaving overhang for easy removal.
- In a large bowl, place marshmallows and butter. Microwave on high for 1 minute. Stir very well to promote melting. An additional 15-30 seconds may be necessary to be sure the mixture is fully melted. Once melted, add the cereal and stir until it is fully coated in marshmallow goo.
- Working quickly because the mixture gets stickier and harder to work with by the second, pour the mixture into the prepared pan and smooth into an even layer using your hands or the back of a spoon. Allow to cool for about 2 hours to set. Cut into bars and serve. Bars may be stored at room temperature in an airtight container for up to 5 days.
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 2 minutes
Please check out all the other crunchy Sunday Supper dishes!
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Crunchy Entrees and Sides:Crunchy Baked Chicken with Homemade Shake and Bake from Growing Up Gabel Crunchy Crusted Chicken Strips with Chipotle Honey Mustard from A Kitchen Hoor’s Adventure Flautas de Rajas con Queso (Cheesy Poblano Pepper Taquitos) from La Cocina de Leslie Penny’s Taco Salad from Webicurean Popcorn Chowder from The ROXX Box Rosemary Garlic Croutons on layered Savoy Cabbage Soup from The Not So Cheesy Kitchen Strawberry and Mozzarella Flatbread from Family Foodie
Munch on Snacks:Crunchy & Chewy Chocolate Hazelnut Granola from Cupcakes & Kale Chips Crunchy Granola Bars (Better than Nature Valley) from Shockingly Delicious Crunchy Pumpkin Pie Spice Roasted Chickpeas from Daily Dish Recipes Duck Fat Chex Mix from The Texan New Yorker Easy Vegan Granola from Killer Bunnies, Inc Fried Veg Momos with Cheese Recipe from Masala Herb How to Make Homemade Sweet and Salty Trail Mix from Neighborfood Orange Spiced Cashews from Hip Foodie Mom Peanut and Pretzel Popcorn Balls from Peanut Butter and Peppers Roasted Pumpkin Seeds from Hezzi-D’s Cooks and Books Slow Cooker Bar-B-Q Party Mix from Hot Mamma’s Kitchen Chaos Sourdough Grissini from girlichef Spicy Lentil Crackers from Cindy’s Recipes and Writings Sweet and Spicy Roasted Pepitas from Alida’s Kitchen Sweet Potato Chips from Kudos Kitchen By Renee Unbaked Healthy Oatmeal Sesame Bars from My Trials In The Kitchen Vanilla Almonds from That Skinny Chick Can Bake
Crisp Dessert:Boo Berry Cereal Treats from Pies and Plots Choco-Caramel Squares from Basic N Delicious Chocolate Covered Potato Chip Rice Krispie Treats from The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen Chocolate Pecan Biscotti from The Food Army Wife Cookie Brittle from Juanita’s Cocina Double Banana Pie Krispie Treats from What Smells So Good? Honeycomb Crunch Candy from Food Lust People Love Momofuku Chocolate Chip Cornflakes Cookies from Ninja Baking Nutty Wedges with Brown Sugar Whipped Cream from Magnolia Days Salted Caramel Cashew Cookies from Mess Makes Food
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