I saw this recipe in our local newspaper and anything with 5 or less ingredients
(and 2 of those being chocolate and peanut butter) I have to try!
All it takes is toasted rice cereal, peanut butter, semi-sweet chocolate chips (I used milk chocolate because I LOVE it) and powdered sugar.
Start by melting your bag of chocolate chips and 3/4 cup peanut butter in a saucepan on low/medium heat, stirring constantly. When it is completely melted, remove from heat and add 1/3 cup powdered sugar, stir vigorously until all the lumps are gone.
Pour one cup of your mixture into a bowl with 3 cups of toasted rice cereal in it until it is covered.
(I just eye balled one cup, I didn't want to deal with the mess of measuring out one cup)
After it is all mixed in well, put on an ungreased cooking sheet and form into a circle with about a one inch rim with your spatula (I tried my hands and made a huge mess, don't recommend it)
Pour the rest of the chocolate mixture in the circle. Put peanut butter in a heavy duty bag, cut a little hole in the corner and pipe concentric circles around the middle. With a toothpick, start at the middle and draw a line out forming your spiderweb.
Refrigerate for 30 minutes, cut into wedges and ENJOY!
Here is a 4x6 recipe card that you can save to your computer and print. Just click on card to open in a new window, right click and save.
So easy, so good and so cute!
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