Cinnamon Toast Crunch Krispie Treats are a sweet, cinnamon sugar spin on gooey marshmallow squares! An easy, no bake dessert that makes regular rice krispie treats look boring!
BUTTTT classic doesn’t have to be boring, so make sure to try out my PERFECT Rice Krispie Treat recipe!
Cinnamon Toast Crunch Krispie Treats: The Ultimate No Bake Dessert!
No bake desserts are always an easy option for a last minute treat. And switching up variations can be a fun way to get creative in the kitchen, and play with flavor combinations. PLUS they make all sorts of fun cereals nowadays, so a walk down the cereal aisle at the supermarket can really be inspiring!
Krispie Treats With A Cinnamon Toast Crunch Spin!
I made these krispie treats with Cinnamon Toast Crunch, because we all know that CTC is a top tier cereal. The cozy vibes, the cinnamon sugar, the crispy cereal…it’s nostalgic but will never go out of style.
- mini marshmallows
- kosher salt
- vanilla extract
- Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal
- Rice Krispies cereal
- Line your 9×9 pan with parchment paper and coat lightly with nonstick spray. This step makes it easy to remove the bars from the pan and cut into perfect bars!
- Melt the butter in a large saucepan over low heat. Add in 6 cups of the marshmallows, salt, and vanilla and stir constantly until melted. Remove the pan from the heat. You can even go the extra step and brown the butter too! That would pair amazingly with the cereal in this recipe!
- Stir in both cereals and remaining 2 cups of marshmallows until coated in the marshmallow mixture. The extra marshmallows are the secret to a perfect krispie treat!
- Press evenly into the pan and allow to cool completely before cutting into bars.
Can You Use Other Cereals?
Absolutely! Like I said before there is no reason to stop at Cinnamon Toast Crunch! This recipe will work perfectly with other cereals subbed in. Here are a few ideas:
- Froot Loops
- Lucky Charms
- Honey Nut Cherrios
- Apple Jacks
- Cap’n Crunch
How To Store:
I feel like krispie treats are best if enjoyed the same day they are made, BUT I ,now this doesn’t always happen. If you store them airtight they will be good for about 2 days at room temperature. But make sure they spend as little time as possible uncovered!