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Peanut Butter Rice Bubble Bars

This is a quick and easy rice bubbles snack that the kids will love. I tend to double the recipe so I am not making it every day!
Reviews (555)

25 Jul 2011
Reviewed by: em80
Love this Slice! So quick and easy, no oven needed and made from pantry staples. My 5 year old son usually wont eat any of my baking if it's not chocolate but he really likes this one. Going to try it with some coconut and LSA next time.
04 Apr 2017
Reviewed by: RidgeMorgan
I used traditional oats, halved the raisins and added coconut and pecans. Thanks for that suggestion SHMANESSA8. I love the Golden syrup flavour. They set perfectly and cut up easily.
13 Jun 2007
Reviewed by: SHMANESSA8
So yummy! I made the following changes and they are the perfect consistency. I used honey in place of the corn syrup. I used 1/4 cup raisins, 1/8 cup chopped pecans, 1/8 cup coconut in place of the 1/2 cup raisins. I added 4 tablespoons ground flax for health. I used old fashioned oats in place of quick and I added 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon for flavor. I followed the recipe for everything else. These are better than any store bought granola bar for sure! Make sure you spend enough time mixing the mixture so that it is evenly coated. I thought I might have the crumbly problem at first but I just kept mixing and they came out perfect!
(Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
14 Mar 2006
Reviewed by: The Bunny Chef
I made these for the first time in March 2005 and followed the recipe except for the vanilla extract. They were quite yummy, although a bit crumbly as others mentioned and could have been a bit more flavorful. I really liked how not messy they are to make, too. I just made these again this week, except used honey instead of corn syrup, made a bit more of the sugar concoction and used those Florida Natural fruit snacks instead of raisins. Prepared this way, the granola bars hold their shape quite well and taste fantastic. My boyfriend almost died when he had the first bite and I suspect I'll be making them weekly now. Update 7/07: I use this recipe more than any other recipe EVER! I guess we like things sweet, but I always use 2/3 cup brown sugar, 2/3 cup honey and 2/3 cup peanut butter. Perfect for us. I also just dump the mixture onto a cutting board after getting it all mixed up and shape it into a square with my hands, let it set, cut them up and individually wrap in foil. I've tried lots of dried fruits in them and they're all great, usually use cranberries. I'm going to try adding cinnamon next time! THANKS!
(Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
02 Dec 2007
Reviewed by: Chef Joy
HELPFUL TIPS AFTER READING ALL THE REVIEWS: I found it easier to use my hands and not a spoon to flatten and pack together in a pan. Honey makes all the difference instead of the oil. Then I placed it in the fridge for an hour, cut in squares, and placed each one in plastic wrap for easy grabbing. Store at room temperature as they get dry/not chewy if left in the fridge. I can't believe how good these are. I do agree with the poster who used 2/3 C of everything (raisins, brown sugar, honey, pb) instead of 1/2 C. Makes a huge difference!!!! I also sprinkled some pecan pieces (NOT crushed, just chopped a tad) OR sliced almonds ...about 1/4 - 1/3 a cup, & it was the perfect combination! I used a bag of raisin/cranberry mix instead of JUST raisins. You can really make this colorful w/your choice of fruits for the holiday season! I don't allow my kids to have chocolate, but I can easily see why others insert m&m's in these. Just be sure to add them last so they don't melt!
(Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
04 Mar 2008
Reviewed by: Jessica
This recipe is delicious...with a few changes. Here is what I did to make it more healthy: 1. Eliminate corn syrup and add 1/2 cup water with 1 Tb honey. 2. Used whole oats--but soak it in just enough hot water to soften it up (but don't add so much that it becomes watery) 3. Original recipe was a bit too sweet, so I used slightly less than 1/2c brown sugar on my next batch. 4. Use wheat puffs instead of rice. 5. Add 2 Tb. flax. 6. Use around 2/3 c lowfat peanut butter to make batch stickier and to eliminate any crumbliness. 7. Press finished batch firmly to hold it in place. 8. Add some pumpkin spice or cinnamon. 9. Use nuts or other fruits in place of raisins---be creative! I used soy nuts, pine nuts and baked pears---delicious! ...enjoy!
(Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
18 Jul 2006
Reviewed by: goldfish
This is very good and very versatile. The binding ingredients are the corn syrup, sugar and peanut butter. If you look at the other recipes on this site, they are basically all the same. I used Special K because I couldn't find Rice Crispies. I also ran out of oats so I just topped it up with choc chip muesli. And instead of raisins, I put chopped almonds because my daughter doesn't like raisins. As others have done, I am going to try honey next time. Tip: if the mixture hardens while mixing, just put it in the microwave for 20 seconds and continue. It was not easy to mix. I lined the pan with a big piece of foil, filled in the mixture, folded the foil over and used my hand to press it down firmly and evenly. Therefore, I did not have sticky hands, a sticky pan or a crumbly mixture like others have experienced.
(Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
26 Oct 2007
Reviewed by: esmiregal
I wish there were more stars. The great thing here is that you can substitute forever and still have a GREAT recipe. I use cheerios instead of "crispy rice cereal" and I add some crushed up pretzels for a nice salty crunch. I prefer craisins to raisins and I use almond butter (way expensive but healthy they and tastes great). I usually gripe when reviewers give this many changes, but the point is, IT IS A GREAT RECIPE... SIMPLE, VERSATILE AND DELICIOUS.
(Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
06 Jun 2007
Reviewed by: NUKA1
Taste like a rice crispy bar! I've made them 3 times in the last couple of days using M&Ms and chocolate chips instead of raisins and smooth peanut butter. Fill the 1/2 cup 3/4s full of the light corn syrup and add a little honey to get to a full 1/2 cup - it helps the bar stick together better (don't use more or it turns out too sweet). Also add a 1/4 tsp of salt - don't know why but it makes a world of difference in the taste in a good way. Thank you so much for this easy delicious recipe.
(Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
26 Jul 2007
Reviewed by: Tracey
This recipe was absolutely delicious! I tweaked a bit of this recipe by using honey instead of corn syrup. I also used a full tablespoon of vanilla extract instead and since I'm not a big fan of raisins, I used cranberry trail mix instead. Personally after making this recipe many times, I found that adding about 1 tbsp of butter really helps. Delicious!
(Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)


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