Sometimes you just want a quick treat that doesn’t require much time or ingredients. And for me, making Rice Krispies in the microwave has always been that go to treat. And yes, we use the microwave with these because it helps cut down on dishes. Win win.
And when I saw a tub of Nestle’s newest product, the edible cookie dough, I just knew that would be the perfect addition to elevate my go-to treat.
That edible cookie dough has all of the flavor of the packaged stuff we all know and love (and snack on, let’s be real). But this cookie dough doesn’t come with the warning label advising against eating it raw. As if any of us have ever listened anyway.
If you can’t find this in stores, however, you could always use your favorite chocolate chip cookie dough and omit the egg. To make one batch, you are going to need 2/3 cup of cookie dough. I made a double batch to fit my 9×13 pan, in which case you’d need 1 1/3 cups of cookie dough.Print
No additional description needed, other than the fact that you just need these.
- 2 TBSP Salted butter
- 1 10.5oz Bag of mini marshmallows + 1 cup
- 1 TBSP Vanilla extract
- 6 cups of Rice Krispies cereal
- 1/2 a container of Nestle’s Edible Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
- 1/3 cup mini chocolate chips + couple of extra tablespoons for topping
- Salted butter, for greasing the pan (or just use parchment paper)
- Maldon flaked sea salt, optional but highly recommended
- Sprinkles, optional
- Grease an 8×8 baking dish with some butter. Set aside.
- Microwave the butter and the bag of marshmallows in a large bowl for 2 minutes, mixing after 1 minute. Add in the vanilla and mix.
- Immediately dump the Rice Krispies cereal into the marshmallow mixture and stir (I recommend using a wooden spoon for this).
- Once that is mixed in, stir in the remaining marshmallows, chocolate chips and half of the cookie dough.
- Put the mixture in a greased baking dish, press it firmly to form the treats and stud the top with the remaining cookie dough. Sprinkle sea salt, sprinkles and some chocolate chips on top, if desired.
- I like making a double batch to use up all of the cookie dough. If doubling the batch, use a 9×13 dish.
- If you can’t find this edible cookie dough in stores, you could always use your favorite chocolate chip cookie dough and omit the egg. To use up the leftover cookie dough, make another batch of these, simply snack on it, or top a big bowl of ice cream with it. Possibilities are endless.
- To help press the mixture into the dish, I grease my (clean) hands with cooking spray and just use my hands to form the treats. That’s the best way I’ve found.