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Recipe: Gluten Free Cereal Bars

Gluten Free Cereal Bars: 3ten.ca

Gluten free cereal bars – I saw the Nature’s Valley Sunrise Vanilla cereal at the grocery store and thought, let’s use this instead of rice krispies! Yes, chewy cereal bars. They’re so good. Crunchy, and I love the corn puffs. So much fun. Okay, let’s get baking!

Ingredients

  • stick of salted butter
  • 15 oz of marshmallows
  • 2 tablespoons of vanilla
  • 8 cups of GF cereal (I used Nature’s Path Sunrise Vanilla)

First, start with your favourite morning cereal (I trust you have a different favourite for after work snacks, and even one that you sometimes eat for dinner?!). For this recipe I’m going with Sunrise Vanilla.

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Next, get out a large pan – 9×13 and give it a quick spray or line it with parchment paper.

Then, in a large pot melt the stick of butter and add in the 15 oz of marshmallows. Stir with a spoon on medium to low heat until the mallows are melted. Then add in the vanilla.

Once the butter and marshmallows are all melted, and the vanilla added, dump in the 8 cups of cereal – stir quickly – you want to work while it’s warm.

Oh, and if you’re looking for an added chewiness, then add in 1 cup of mini-mini marshmallows at this point and stir quickly – they’ll be some left whole for that added chew.

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Once it’s well mixed press into the pan and let it cool for at least 2 hours in the fridges. Don’t forget to cover it.

Also – if you’re looking for an added treat, press chocolate chips, skor bits, or sprinkles into the top of the cereal bars while they’re still a bit warm.

After they’re chilled, cut up into bars.

Gluten Free Cereal Bars: 3ten.ca

They’re so good. Freeze them (yes, they’re good cold!) or pack up in an airtight container for up to 5-6 days. These cereal bars make a great snack and I often look forward to them when they make their way into my lunch.

Gluten Free Cereal Bars: 3ten.ca
Gluten Free Cereal Bars: 3ten.ca

Well, there you have it – some chewy delicious gluten free cereal bars – thanks so much for visiting and I hope to see you again soon.

Bye!

Gluten Free Cereal Bars

Author: Ali
Servings: 24 bars
Gluten free cereal bars – I saw the Nature's Valley Sunrise Vanilla cereal at the grocery store and thought, let's use this instead of rice krispies! Yes, chewy cereal bars. They're so good. Crunchy, and I love the corn puffs. So much fun. Okay, let's get baking!
Prep Time5 minutes
Cook Time15 minutes
CourseBreakfast
CuisineAmerican

Ingredients

  • stick of salted butter
  • 15 oz of marshmallows
  • 2 tablespoons of vanilla
  • 8 cups GF cereal (I used Nature’s Path Sunrise Vanilla)

Instructions

  • First, start with your favourite morning cereal (I trust you have a different favourite for after work snacks, and even one that you sometimes eat for dinner?!). For this recipe I’m going with Sunrise Vanilla.
  • Next, get out a large pan – 9×13 and give it a quick spray or line it with parchment paper.
  • Then, in a large pot melt the stick of butter and add in the 15 oz of marshmallows. Stir with a spoon on medium to low heat until the mallows are melted. Then add in the vanilla.
  • Once the butter and marshmallows are all melted, and the vanilla added, dump in the 8 cups of cereal – stir quickly – you want to work while it’s warm.
  • Oh, and if you’re looking for an added chewiness, then add in 1 cup of mini-mini marshmallows at this point and stir quickly – they’ll be some left whole for that added chew.
  • Once it’s well mixed press into the pan and let it cool for at least 2 hours in the fridges. Don’t forget to cover it.
  • Also – if you’re looking for an added treat, press chocolate chips, skor bits, or sprinkles into the top of the cereal bars while they’re still a bit warm.
  • After they’re chilled, cut up into bars.

2 Comments

    • Ali

      Hey!

      You bet they are! Many brands of marshmallows here in Canada are gluten free via the ingredient list – yet look for the GF label if you’re worried about cross contamination.

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