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I can’t make these yummy Scotcheroos without thinking of my sister, Katrina.  She’s a girl who’s not afraid to thoroughly enjoy her food, especially chocolate.

Yeah, she started young.

She still likes to “play” in chocolate.  She actually went to school to get her degree in culinary arts 😀

These were her cakes she did for my grandparents’ 50th Anniversary a few years ago:
She’s even sharing the chocolate love with her sweet family:
(Hubby Austin, Ella & Savanna)
And I can’t imagine lil’ Natalie Karen not enjoying chocolate…once she get’s here…in July 😀
Katrina and I were not always on the same page growing up.  She’s five years younger than me and I often felt way out of my league with her.  She’s amazingly beautiful (even did some modeling in Jr. High)….very athletic…super creative….great with people.  I just always new I couldn’t compare to her.  And so I distanced myself.  However, I was the one who lost out on all those years….b/c she’s beautiful on the inside too…and super creative….and great with people!  Now, I certainly wish we were closer in miles, but our hubby’s jobs don’t allow that…for now 😀
So, Katrina, I know I didn’t say it as often as I should have, but I do love you, deeply.  You’re a wonderful sister.
And I wish I had been a better big sister.
Anyhoooooooo…….
Back to the Scotcheroos….

You just can’t eat these without getting a little messy.  Even today as the kids and I were snacking on them, Reagan kept saying, “These are messy but sooo yummy!”

Scotcheroos

  • 1 c sugar
  • 1 c corn syrup
  • 1 1/2 c peanut butter
  • 6 c rice krispie cereal
  • 1 c chocolate chips
  • 1 c butterscotch chips

In a large sauce pan, heat sugar and corn syrup over medium high heat just until it starts to boil.  Remove from heat and stir in peanut butter.  Mix well.  Add rice krispie cereal and stir until all cereal is well coated.  Pour into greased 9×13 pan.  Heat chocolate chips and butterscotch chips in microwave, at 15-20 second intervals, until all melted.  Do not overheat!!  Mix well and spread over the top of the bars.

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