If you grew up loving Rice Crispy Treats, this recipe is bound to ignite some fond nostalgia. But with this gluten-free, dairy-free recipe, you can know the ingredients are as clean as it gets for a Rice Crispy Treat, without sacrificing any flavor. The combination of sweet raw honey with creamy cashew butter makes a truly delicious coating for the puffed rice. You may find these go very fast!
Raw honey contains vitamins such as B-complex and Vitamin C as well as minerals such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, and zinc. Raw honey has the power to strengthen the immune system, promote digestive health, reduce throat irritation, stabilize blood pressure, calm nerves, relieve morning sickness, balance blood sugar, heal ulcers, purify the blood, fight off colds and flu, soothe sore throats and laryngitis, and flush the kidneys.
Raw honey is also great for digestion as it contains probiotics that help to keep the beneficial bacteria in the gut healthy and strong. Raw honey also functions as an expectorant and is known to benefit respiratory conditions such as bronchitis and asthma. Raw honey promotes restorative sleep and can aid in healing and rebuilding the body during the night.
Rice Crispy Treats
Combine raw honey, cashew butter, vanilla and salt in a large bowl. Stir well. Add the brown rice cereal and mix with a spatula until combined.
Line a 9x9 baking dish with parchment paper and pour mixture into the dish. Press down with the spatula to smooth everything out, then place the dish in the refrigerator. Refrigerate for at least 1 hour, until the bars have hardened, then remove and cut into bars. Best kept in the fridge.
Makes 9-12 rice crispy treats
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This item posted: 16-Dec-2018
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