In the end, we decided this recipe wasn’t a winner. You can read this post and get this recipe below, or you can go to the newer, better recipe I created to fix the issues with this recipe.
Today, I’m sharing another of the recipes I found in my Grandma’s recipe box. This is a Rice Krispie recipe. I love cheese and bread, so anything that remotely combines the two is a winner in my book. That is why I was intrigued by this recipe.
The ingredients needed are pretty simple and things I had on hand. I have a printable version of this recipe for you at the bottom of this post.
Just mix up the recipe following the directions. Then form balls with the dough. I used a small scoop(affiliate link) to make it fast and easy.
Bake them up and enjoy!
This recipe will make about 3 dozen Cheese Rice Krispie Balls.
I use white whole wheat flour. It tends to act like whole wheat flour in cooking, which means that I usually need to add a little extra liquid for the texture/consistency to be correct in recipes. I didn’t do that in this recipe. Therefore, my Cheese Rice Krispie Balls are dry and flaky. I think if I had added a little extra butter and cheese, they might be less crumbly.
Regardless of them being a crumbly mess, they are yummy. I love the extra crunch of texture the Rice Krispies adds to them.
I’ll be back next month with a slightly different variation of these. Another card in the recipe box that was very similar to this….I have to try it, too!