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Building a Pyramid with Rice Krispie Treats Recipe {Monday Meals}

Building a Pyramid with Rice Krispie Treats Recipe {Monday Meals}

Whether you’re studying Ancient Egypt or the Old Testament, building a pyramid with our rice krispie treats recipe is a fun way to conclude your study.  It’s very easy to create.

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We made a rice krispy pyramid this past summer in El Salvador. I was using We Choose Virtues for our VBS, studying Joseph being diligent.  Since Joseph was diligent in Egypt, we decided our VBS treat would be a pyramid. What better way to make a pyramid than with a rice krispie treats recipe. Yummy!

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Follow the rice krispie treats recipe below and start assembling.

  1. In the pan, cut rice krispie treats in half. Use one half as base of the pyramid.
  2. On the leftover half, cut a rectangle 3/4 of the size.  Use that as the next step in the pyramid
  3. Use the leftover strips & cut into sizes to make the rest of the pyramid.

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Building a Pyramid with Rice Krispie Treats Recipe

Building a Pyramid with Rice Krispie Treats Recipe

Ingredients

  • 3 Tbsp butter
  • 1 pkg marshmallows (10 oz)
  • 6 cups Rice Krispies

Instructions

  1. Start melting the butter on the stove - slowly
  2. Add marshmallows & melt those with the butter
  3. Once it's all melted, add rice krispies
  4. Press rice krispies treats into 9x13 pan. Wet your hands so treats don't stick to you.
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Charlotte Mason Homeschool {Weekend Links}

Charlotte Mason Homeschool {Weekend Links}

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5 Simple Ways Wives Respect Your Husbands {Marriage on Mondays}

5 Simple Ways Wives Respect Your Husbands {Marriage on Mondays}

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