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fast, easy, taste gooooooood.
I found a recipe for these on here but it only had measurements for one of the ingredients. Did some googling and found the exact same recipe on this site:
http://theopensauce.com/recipe.php?id=659
I didn't put any raisins in mine because that's how my mom always made em'.
My roommate says they called them Frogs at his home back in New Brunswick (aka No Funswick), which I thought is more fun than peanut choco crunchies.
Also I doubled my recipe to make for more good.

Might as well convert this into a how-to. Go to the link for the not doubled raisin version, stay here for my doubled no raisin version!

Posted by Sleaze D P Ridgway from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada • Published See Sleaze D P Ridgway's 6 projects »
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  • How to bake a rice krispie treat. Frogs (Peanut Choco Crunchies) - Step 1
    Step 1

    a) put oats in the bowl
    b) microwave peanut butter for about a minute
    c) add peanut butter to oats and mix

  • How to bake a rice krispie treat. Frogs (Peanut Choco Crunchies) - Step 2
    Step 2

    a) in a pot combine milk, brown sugar, and cocoa powder
    (you can do this after step one or during step one b)

    note: i put the heat on medium-high while i put the brown sugar and cocoa powder into the milk. when mixing i turn it to low.

    b) stir until everything is all mixed

  • How to bake a rice krispie treat. Frogs (Peanut Choco Crunchies) - Step 3
    Step 3

    a) mix it all real good!

  • How to bake a rice krispie treat. Frogs (Peanut Choco Crunchies) - Step 4
    Step 4

    a) spoon into balls or whatever shape you'd like onto foil or wax paper.

    i just make messy balls.

    b) let cool then put in a jar, tin, or onto a fancy cake thingy like i did >=D

    this double recipe makes about 30 depending on how big you make em'.

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