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Chocolate Peanut Butter Squares are a delicious gluten-free treat the entire family will love!
Growing up, my Saturday mornings were all about watching reruns of The Flintstones cartoon while eating PEBBLES™ Cereal for breakfast. I always struggled with choosing between Fruity PEBBLES™ and Cocoa PEBBLES™, and both remain my all-time favorites. The amazing flavors, crispy crunchy rice, and bold colors are what make them a timeless breakfast classic.
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And while sitting down with a bowl of PEBBLES™ cereal is great on its own, I like to have fun using it as an ingredient that inspires me to come up with all sorts of colorful and creative recipe ideas.
With November being Gluten-Free Diet Awareness Month, this recipe for Chocolate Peanut Butter Squares is just the thing. It’s a fun and flavorful variation of the standard crispy rice cereal treat. Featuring the same great Cocoa PEBBLES™ cereal you know and love, these squares get bonus points as they just so happen to be gluten free, too.
One of my kid’s BFFs has celiac disease, and whenever she comes over for a playdate, I make sure to offer up tasty, fun and inclusive gluten-free treats. I know she appreciates being able to have the same foods as the rest of the kids. And because PEBBLES™ Fruity and Cocoa cereals are gluten-free, Chocolate Peanut Butter Squares are a perfect snack-time solution.
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Why You’ll Love Chocolate Peanut Butter Squares
- It really is quick and easy to make these chocolate peanut butter squares. Just 4 simple ingredients are all that’s needed to whip up a batch.
- The chocolatey taste of Cocoa PEBBLES™ cereal combines with peanut butter and marshmallow to create delectable, snackable, gluten-free squares.
- These no-bake cereal bars are perfect for cooking with kids. The older ones can measure and combine the ingredients, and the youngsters love to help press the mixture into the pan.
- A portable treat that you can make in advance and take to potlucks and parties. They also make a great edible gift, too.
Yep, you can eliminate gluten from your diet without eliminating great taste or fun! Visit familycuisine.net for more information, including recipe and craft ideas.
More Gluten Free Recipes
Looking for more great gluten free recipes? Then you’ll want to try these Gluten Free Lemon Star Cookies, my Gluten Free Strawberry Cake with Brown Butter Glaze, and this recipe for Gluten Free Lemon Blueberry Cupcakes.
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