Posted by: mikeeatsdetroit | February 10, 2009

Try This:Peanut Butter and Jelly Rice Crispy Treat

I can’t really classify this as a “man meal recipe” since it’s more  like something a 3rd grader with the munchies would eat, but I tried it, liked it and decided to post it.



1 Rice Crispy Treat

Peanut Butter


Some kind of cutting/spreading device

*Ignore the bottle of cough medicine behind the JIF as it is not an ingredient in the PBJRCT.



1. Cut rice crispy treat in half.

2. Spread peanut butter and jelly onto Rice Crispy Treat halves as desired.

3. Stack Rice Cripsy Treat halves onto of each other with the peanut butter and jelly facing each other.

I ran this idea by my buddy Mike at work.


He suggested that the size of two rice crispy treats stacked on top of each other might be a bit much for some folks, so for those who can’t unhinged your jaws like a python eating a medium sized rodent, theres an option where you can turn the Rice Crispy Treat over on its side and cut it in half like so.


If you are a big fan of marshmallows feel free to experiement with some peanut butter fluff between the PB & J. If you’re feeling real adventerous or just hope to become more obese, try topping  with whipped cream and cinnamon. In the Peanut Butter and Jelly Rice Crispy treat, the peanut butter is neutralized by the rice crispy treat itself but is neccesary for texture and to highlight the flavor of the jelly. It is best to use both a butter knife and some sort of steak knife, the steak knife for cutting the rice crispy treat and the butter knife for applying the PB and J.



  1. Aren’t you worried about salmonella? And why is there a category down there about Ali Larter?

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