No Bake Rock Road Avalanche Bars
This no-bake Rocky Road Avalanche Bar recipe is sure to be a hit with the whole family. And mom will especially love them as they will save her time in the kitchen. These no-bake bars are so easy that you can even get the kids to help out and have one of your holiday dessert recipes complete. With this no-bake recipe for kids, you can get the kids to work on these, while you get some other recipes done. This no-bake treat is great for any holiday table. The ingredients for this no-bake treat includes chocolate flavored candy coating, semisweet chocolate chips, German's sweet chocolate bar, super chunky peanut butter, crispy rice cereal, mini marshmallows and salt. Take a look at the Moore Or Less Cooking recipe site for the full recipe.
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