Gluten-Free Bars of Rice Whiskey Treats
Often referred to as the global staple, rice is an essential part of a large number of daily diets across the world. Meanwhile, whisky connoisseurs will also claim, showcasing sufficient evidence, that their favourite drink is not restricted to their living room bars. So the Rice Whiskey Treat is something that will appeal to more than half the world’s population.
The bourbon whiskey and rice are quite a complementary pair that work well together and taste absolutely great.
- 6 cups of brown rice cereal
- 28 grams of organic marshmallows
- 1/4 cup of unsalted butter
- 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon
- A dash of cayenne pepper
- 2 pinches of fine grain sea salt
- 2 tablespoon of bourbon whiskey
The ProcessApply butter on a glass baking bowl or pan. Melt some more butter by pouring it onto a saucepan and then add cinnamon and cayenne to it. Once the butter has become hot and has melted completely, pour in the marshmallows. Keep stirring gently until the marshmallows melt completely. Then remove the mixture from the heat, add the whiskey and then add a pinch of salt while stirring the mixture continuously. Then add 6 cups of rice and continue to stir until all the rice has been evenly coated with the mixture. If the concoction seems to turn out too soggy then just add a little more rice. Now pour the entire mixture onto the previously buttered pan and gently press the rice with a wax paper in order to evenly spread the mixture on the pan. Sprinkle some salt on the top very lightly. Lastly, allow it to cool a little and then cut the treats into your desired small squares with a sharp knife and serve.
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