Monday, October 02, 2006

 

Snap, Crackle, Pop - Cheese Krispies Recipe

One of the things that was a hit at the party was the little Cheese Krispies that I made. They're not really a cracker or a cookie, but they're a little spicy and more than a little addictive. We usually make them at New Year's and we have friends who say they take them to every party now.

Here's the recipe:

Cheese Krispies

1 pkg Imperial Cheese (red container)
1 ½ cups flour
1 cup butter (softened)
½ teaspoon Worcestershire Sauce (generous)
¼ teaspoon Cayenne pepper (generous)
4 cups Rice Krispies cereal

Mix cheese and butter together. Add pepper and Worcestershire; alternately add flour and cereal until everything is blended. Drop in teaspoon-sized portions, slightly flattened, on greased or sprayed cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 18-20 minutes.

I'm one of those "that looks about right" cooks, so feel free to experiment with the measurements. I certainly do. *g*

Comments:
Cheese el grosso.

Good to see you blogging! I'll get you added on my links.
 
Hey, Rhett!! Seriously, this is better than the ingredients might indicate. Congrats on your recent nuptials.
 
Yes, I can vouch for their goodness. A 10 on the Num-num Scale.
 
Is that like birdy num num?
 
You forgot to mention the crack that I am sure is in these things. I mean, I could not. Stop. Eating. So tasty, and so nutritionally void. Yummmmm. Thankkies for the recipe goodness.

~Kate.
 
okay so like, imperial cheez is my secret addiction. i have been known to turn orange after a particularly longish bout of cheezy goodness. i'm TOTALLY trying these!
 
and further to that, THANK YOU for including me in the thank you page of your thesis! i look forward to reading the whole dang thing.
 
I used this recipe recently at a very exclusive cheffing gig for some well-heeled types at their private retreat.....I used parchment paper on the cookie sheets.....it helps to make for even baking....so old skool but well-loved.
 
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