Rice Krispies Treats With Mini M&M's is a reminder of all the school fairs you went to as a kid. Rice Kripies covered in marshmallow with Mini M&M's all over, what's not to like? It's chewy, gooey marshmallowey goodness!
One exception is the world's largest Rice Krispie Treat created in 2001 by students and staff at Iowa State University. It weighed 2,480 pounds.
Rice cereal (rice; sugar; salt; malt flavor; niacinamide; iron; vitamin B2 [riboflavin]; folic acid); corn syrup; fructose; m&m'sŒå minis milk chocolate candies (milk chocolate [sugar; chocolate; skim milk; cocoa butter; lactose; milkfat; soy lecithin; salt; artificial flavors]; sugar; color added; dextrin; corn syrup; cornstarch; E133; E129; E110; E102; soybean and palm oil with E319 for freshness; sugar; corn syrup solids; contains 2% or less of glycerin; dextrose; gelatin; natural and artificial butter flavor; salt; datem; natural and artificial marshmallow flavor; acetylated monoglycerides; wheat starch; BHT (preservative); niacinamide; vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride); vitamin B1 (thiamin hydrochloride); vitamin B2 (riboflavin). Warnings: E110; E129 & E102 may have an adverse effect on activity and attention in children.
Per Pack (net weight 60g): Carbohydrate 46g; of which sugars 23g; Fat 7g; Sodium 250mg; Calories 250; Protein <1g