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Ruffles Krispie Treats

3.67 from 3 votes

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These amazing Ruffles Krispie Treats have a fun, sweet, and salty twist and are just as quick to make as the old favorites!

IMG_0071Ok, you guys. Brace yourselves. These are weird.

But in like a totally amazing way.

No, I am not crazy. Oh you guys!

Trust the Lauren.

I put these together on a whim a few days ago and believe it or not, they were amazing! Salty sweet chewy heaven. So tasty!!  They come together just as quickly as regular rice krispie treats, but with a more buttery salty bite. Suuuuper amazing and seriously had me craving these all day! Try them out and let me know what you think 🙂

Here’s how you make them:IMG_0013Start out with your ingredients: butter, vanilla, mini marshmallows and plain ruffles chips. IMG_0015Melt a little butter over medium low heat in a large pot. IMG_0017Add in the marshmallows and melt them down slowly.IMG_0018While the marshmallows are melting, chop up the chips to be bite size pieces. Or, just crush them in a bag…IMG_0023Back to the marshmallows: remove from the heat, add in a little vanilla…IMG_0030and stir that up real well.IMG_0039Then pour in the chopped up chips and stir to combine with the marshmallow.IMG_0063Pour that ooey-gooeyness into a lightly greased 9×9 pan and press down to flatten using buttered fingers. Cool to room temp, cut into bars and serve.  IMG_0086Hello my darlings….how are you?IMG_0096Super salty and sweet, plus soft and chewy from all those marshmallows! Give these a whirl and try them today. TO.DIE.FOR!!!

Here’s the printable. Enjoy, friends!

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3.67 from 3 votes

Ruffles Krispie Treats

These amazing Ruffles Krispie Treats have a fun, sweet and salty twist and are just as quick to make as the old favorites!
servings 9 bars
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 5 mins
Total Time 15 mins


  • 3 tablespoons butter
  • 4 1/2 cups mini marshmallows
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 6 cups crushed original ruffles chips crushed, 1 8-oz. bag


  • Melt butter in large pot over medium low heat. Stir in marshmallows and melt completely. Remove from heat and add in vanilla and crushed chips.
  • Coat completely in marshmallows and pour into greased 9x9 dish. Press to flatten using greased fingers and cool to room temperature. Cut into squares and serve.


Calories: 421kcal | Carbohydrates: 49g | Protein: 4g | Fat: 24g | Saturated Fat: 5g | Cholesterol: 10mg | Sodium: 325mg | Potassium: 930mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 15g | Vitamin A: 117IU | Vitamin C: 11mg | Calcium: 15mg | Iron: 1mg
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Ruffles Krispie Treats

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  1. Dawn

    I learned many many years ago to use the wrapper from a stick of butter to butter the dish and to push down the krispie treats. I always keep a few wrappers in a bag in the freezer so I have one when I need one.

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  3. Becky Hansen

    1 star
    So, maybe I did this wrong but ours were not as successful as I’d hoped. The salty was overpowered by the marshmallow and they were quite bland. We took them to game night and brought almost all of them home. We may not even finish them ourselves.

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  5. Sarah

    I have been dying to try these. This might just be the weekend…unless my family eats the chips before I make them! 😉

  6. Patti

    I have made these 6 times now….. They are a hit at parties…..however I have been experimenting with them….. The first time I added a cup of semi sweet chocolate chips to them….. Awesome!!!! The next time I added a cup of bacon bits to them…… Also amazing…… For a Christmas get together I uped it and added 3/4 of a cup if semi sweet chocolate chips and a 1/2 a cup of bacon bits!!! This was the ultimate mix…… I have made a three batches of it forChristmas Day!!! The possibilities is endless!!!!

  7. Linda

    Bought ingredients to make today but unless I overlooked it recipe did not state how many rice krispies to add Help

  8. Gopi and Spice

    I just made them yesterday..There are no words to describe the satisfaction I felt while eating them. Thank you for the amazing idea

  9. Kelsey Keller

    Oh my goodness!!! These look amazing! I too have used all sorts of cereal before but never chips! Cinnamon toast crunch is fabulous! These look heavenly though! I think they are getting made pronto!

  10. Karen

    I never cared for rice krispie treats, but my kids loved them I made these, and I have to say, they were lacking something and I do not know what it was. I decided I should just eat the chips next time. I passed them on to my son and his college roommates…and he confessed that they ended up throwing them out. I do think the ritz cracker ones might be better. Meanwhile, most of the recipes you share and I make are a hit. The lemon crinkle cookies have become my son’s new favorite….above chocolate chip cookies…what?!!!!! True!!!!!

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  12. Kelly

    I decided to add rice krispies to this recipe! So I did three cups of cereal and three cups of chips! I think they are going to be amazing this way!!!

    1. Lauren

      I used Ruffles chips. I’m not surprised that there are less in a Lay’s bag. Ruffles are crinkle cut a little thicker.