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My kids love when I make rice crispy treats at home. Just recently I realized that I had some boxes of Post Great Grains cereals that were sent to me from a rep.  Whatever was I going to do with these cereals, sure we could eat them with milk for breakfast, or we could do something different with them. That’s when it dawned on me … let’s create Post Great Grains Cereal Bar Snacks!

Post Great Grains Cereal Bar Snacks Recipe

Ingredients:

  • 3 Tablespoons of Butter
  • One 10.5 oz bag of Mini Marshmallows
  • 5 Cups Post Great Grains Digestive Blend Vanilla Graham Cereal
  • 1 Cup Post Great Grains Digestive Blend Berry Medley Cereal
  • 9×13 Greased pan

Post Great Grains Cereal Bars

Directions:

 In large saucepan melt the butter down to liquid form.

Add the package of marshmallows and stir over medium heat until marshmallows are completely melted.

Remove from heat and add the total 6 cups of cereal to the melted butter/marshmallow mixture.

Place cereal mixture that has been evenly mixed with the marshmallows/butter in a greased 9×13 pan.

Let sit for about 2-3 hours.

Cut into shapes you wish them to be cut into and ENJOY!

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Written by brandyellen

Brandy is a born and raised New Hampshire resident who loves to spend extra time laughing & smiling with her three children. Brandy runs multiple blogs & she loves to tweet daily and ramble on Facebook. Author, with her daughter, of Positive Girl - The Power of Your Thoughts Question about this post or something found within it? Read my Disclosure Policy as well as Terms of Use.

This article has 32 comments

  1. Jaime (19 comments) Reply

    This is so easy to make! (I may just hate waiting.) The vanilla graham cereal sounds really good!

  2. Mitch (10 comments) Reply

    Wow, what a good cook! I buy bars cause I am too lazy, I like how you have total control of what is in yours!
    Mitch

  3. Ashley (100 comments) Reply

    What a great idea! I’m going to have to try to find that digestive blend.

  4. Kay Adeola (7 comments) Reply

    That looks so simple to make and really delicious.I do not think anyone in this house would be able to wait that long for it to sit lol.

  5. Terry (7 comments) Reply

    Oh man… you are sure making me hungry for rice krispy treats. I haven’t eaten them in many, many years.

  6. Lauren (12 comments) Reply

    This is such a great idea! I love things that are easy to make like this.

  7. Lindsey (8 comments) Reply

    This would save us some money! My son can eat cereal bars like it’s going out if style!

  8. Shell (28 comments) Reply

    Smart idea to make these with the great grains cereals! I’ll have to try this!

  9. Rachael (6 comments) Reply

    These cereal bar snacks sound great. I’ll have to try making them some time.

  10. Pam (30 comments) Reply

    This sounds great to me. A little bit of a twist to an old classic. I think I would like this even better.

  11. Karen (58 comments) Reply

    These look delicious! I would love to try making these with my daughter.

  12. Renee (8 comments) Reply

    What a great idea! I love that you mixed the vanilla and berry flavors. I can’t wait to give this recipe a try.

  13. Liz Mays (21 comments) Reply

    That sounds like a great way to cut costs on snacks. I never thought about making them myself.

  14. Elizabeth@ Food Ramblings (5 comments) Reply

    YUM! Looks like a great adaption of expensive snacks at the grocery store! and healthy too :)

  15. Trisha (25 comments) Reply

    What a great idea! The vanilla graham sounds really good, but the combo you picked is perfect for a treat!

  16. Camesha (6 comments) Reply

    Great idea! That’s one of my favorite cereals. I like this as another option for enjoying it!

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