Rice Krispies

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The product has worked well as a result of the Rice Krispies brand tie-in, and because it is a healthier alternative to some of the more traditional sugary children's cereals," says Shaun Quinton, trading manager, Musgrave Budgens-Londis.
Anyhow, back to the Rice Krispies - and before any of you do a John McEnroe and start shouting "you cannot be cereal", I actually counted them in a somewhat forlorn bid to stay awake.
2) Put the oats, Rice Krispies and icing sugar into a mixing bowl, pour over the melted white chocolate and mix well.
A family-size box of Rice Krispies, currently pounds 1.
To pick up your free Kellogg's Rice Krispies Squares, just cut out the voucher, left, and take it along to your nearest RS McColls or McColls in Scotland only.
Supported by a 4m [pounds sterling] support package and positioned as a health boost for children, nearly 6% of ACNielsen's consumer panel have tried Rice Krispies Muddles, while more than 25% of those have bought the cereal for a second time.
Rolling out now, Rice Krispies Muddles, which contains inulin--a plant extract said to help the body produce 'friendly' bacteria--is the first new line for the 76-year-old brand.
KIDS' favourite Rice Krispies are going healthy with the launch of a new variety.
The company's brands include Kellogg's, Keebler, Pop-Tarts, Eggo, Cheez-It, Nutri-Grain, Rice Krispies, Murray, Austin Morningstar Farms, Famous Amos, Carr's Plantation, Ready Crust and Kashi.
Starting next month, shoppers will be able to pick up a free limited edition `Foot Bowl' when they buy two special packets of Kellogg's Frosties, Rice Krispies or Coco Pops.
But a survey of 18 top-selling bars by the Food Commission - who compared them to a bowl of Rice Krispies and semi-skimmed milk - shows up to half of the calories come from sugar and fat.
When they arrived from the United States in November 1928, Rice Krispies were hailed as "the talking cereal" because of the sound made when milk was added.