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Ingredients

3/4 cup margarine
2 packages (10 ounces each) miniature marshmallows
7 cups Rice Krispies
14 ounces caramels
1/4 cup margarine
1/2 can sweetened condensed milk

Instructions

Melt together 1/2 cup margarine and 1 package mini marshmallows; add Rice Krispies. Press 1/2 to 3/4 of this mixture into the bottom of a buttered 9x13-inch pan. Layer the other package of mini-marshmallows over the Rice Krispies. In a double boiler, melt together caramels, margarine and sweetened condensed milk. Pour this mixture over the marshmallows. Pat the rest of Rice Krispies over the top. Cool. Press down some more, and cut into bars.

Kathy Young
Bettendorf



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