Double Pumpkin Butterscotch Rice Krispy Treats

I’m a fan of rice krispy treats. They seem fairly guiltless. And when you spice ’em up a little, you get to pack a lot flavor into fewer calories than cake requires. And there are days that I just shouldn’t eat cake. Sad as it may be. I’m not one of those naturally skinny people. I have to work at it.

So I worked really hard this past weekend and made these tasty treats. :)

And they really do have a lot of flavor. A little more butterscotch-y than pumpin-y, but still yummy. They were quite popular among our friends.

If you’re anything like my husband, than you’re tired of all the pumpkin already. But if you’re like me then you’re still excited about it. At least for another few weeks. Which would be good because I’m not done with pumpkin yet.

So go ahead and enjoy these until I give you my next pumpkin treat!

Double Pumpkin Butterscotch Rice Krispy Treats


4 tbsp butter
1 8-oz bag pumpkin spice marshmallows
OR 1 10 oz bag regular marshmallows with 2 tsp pumpkin pie spice
1 box pumpkin spice pudding mix
1/2 - 3/4 cups butterscotch chips
5 cups rice krispy cereal


1. In a bowl, add butterscotch chips to rice krispies and mix so they are well distributed.
2. Melt butter in a large pot.
3. Add marshmallows to pot and melt.
4. Add pumpkin spice pudding mix to pot and mix well.
5. Add rice krispies and butterscotch chips to pot and mix.
6. Pour mixture into an 9x13 dish and spread into dish. Don't press too hard or the treats will turn out hard.
7. Allow to cool.
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  1. I love the colour – they look great!

  2. These look amazing, I’ve never had them in with pumpkin though…people in Australia don’t get as excited about pumpkin as our American cousins unfortunately!

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