Rkt Recipe Same As On The Rk Box? Cooking Time The Same?

Baking By gigiel Updated 30 Oct 2010 , 12:32am by -K8memphis

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gigiel Posted 30 Oct 2010 , 12:13am
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when sculpting RKT's to make a 3D figure, are there any tips. (make the RKT's drier, cook marshmallows longer etc?) the regular rice krispy treats are almost too flexible... just wondering. trying to make rkt skull (covered w/fondant.)

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-K8memphis Posted 30 Oct 2010 , 12:32am
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When I do mine depending on how smooth I want it, I might whirl the dry rice krispies right out of the box in my food processor. You can really compact it and later carve away if you don't get the exact mold you want. I keep my hands buttered so it doesn't stick to me.

I use like 5 cups of rk instead of 6. I just slowly/gently melt the butter & marshmallows I don't cook it.

If I'm making a bunch of small things, I keep my rk over a pan of hot water so they stay soft so I can take my time & mold them. If I'm making a big thing I just plop it all out. Also I add some vanilla to the mixture sometimes before adding the dry cereal.

Rkt thoughts for you.

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