Is There A Secret Formula For Crispy Treats?

Decorating By penster1 Updated 7 Aug 2008 , 10:29pm by sweettoothmom

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penster1 Posted 7 Aug 2008 , 5:10pm
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Iâm going to make a Max and Ruby cake soon and need some advice. I want to make them from rice crispy treats. I made Elmo last year and he had been drying for over a week and he looked great but as soon as we frosted him he began to soften and we had a heck of a time keeping his arms in place.. anyway my question is. . . Is their a trick to the recipe maybe some corn syrup or I read here at CC that someone used a sugar coating to help smooth the figure out. HELP

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hellie0h Posted 7 Aug 2008 , 6:53pm
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I only did the krispie treats modeling one time, a witch, she kept getting I dunked the krispie witch in melted chocolate, that helped in keeping her in a standing position.
I did read on the Rice Krispie web site, for making a house out of the treats, that they baked the walls after they were cut from the orginal recipe.
Here is a link to the site about baking the treats.
Hope you get more suggestions to help with your problem.

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ski Posted 7 Aug 2008 , 7:58pm
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Some other members suggested cutting out some of the butter in the recipe and crushing the treats. I omitted the butter completely and semi-crushed and I have had not problems at all now!

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johnson6ofus Posted 7 Aug 2008 , 9:08pm
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and you can heat the melted marshmallows a bit longer, to a higher temperature and that also makes them firmer- not so chewy

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sweettoothmom Posted 7 Aug 2008 , 10:29pm
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Wonderful information! Thank you all for chiming in.

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