The other night I really, really wanted something sweet but everything we had was either chocolate (blah) or had gluten in it. I searched my cupboards in vain hoping to find something ready made.  At one point I even considered just eating the different cake sprinkles that have been residing in the cupboard since my son's 11th birthday (he's almost 14 if that gives you a clue how long they have been in there). 
Now being gluten free, I always have a box of Rice crispy's or Crispy Rice.  You can crush them up and use them for toppings or crusts on fish and pork chops or as a filler in meatloaf.  They also can just be eaten with milk and fruit, hey sometimes you just want something plain.  Mini marshmallows are another staple in my cupboard but I'm not sure why.  They just always  seem to be there.  Sometimes I remember buying them and other times I think the Marshmallow Fairy brings them when you are out. I'm mean I appreciate that he brings them, I just don't know why he brings them.  This time though, I was thrilled that he had once again graced the cupboard with a bag. Now it has been hotter then Hades at our house so the mellows were already a bit melted but really who cares.  They were just going into the microwave to be zapped and eaten.  My belly certainly was not going to care.  This recipe is easy, easy, easy.  It probably takes longer to get the ingredients together then it does to make it.  You only zap it for 30 seconds.  If making a bit more then I have here, still start with the 30 seconds and then check, mix and zap for 10 seconds.
Recipe:
Serves 1



1/3 cup Marshmallows
2/3 cup GF or regular Crispy Rice cereal
1/2 tsp butter or margarine

1 cup

This is the easiest quickest dessert you will make:

Generously grease the mug with the butter/margarine.  Any left over just dollop it into the bottom of the mug.
Add 1/2 the marshmallows
Add all the cereal
Add the other 1/2 marshmallows
Microwave for 30 seconds.  Generously butter/margarine a fork or spoon.  Mix, keep mixing until all the cereal is coated. 
You can leave it in the mug and eat or turn it out onto wax paper.
Caution, it will be hot!!
Consume.

You can make more just keep the ratios the same, including the butter.

I hope you enjoyed this recipe.  If you did, leave a comment below.  I also have a YouTube channel where I feature many of my recipes.  If you would like to check it out, click on this link:  Bristlee One

Thank you for stopping by and remember, enjoy life.
It's the one you have,
Tammie
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Adding strawberries to my dessert made me think it was healthy.
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Nutrition information calculated at CalorieCount.com