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Updated September 20, 2016


cups Trix™ cereal, divided


container Betty Crocker™ Rich & Creamy vanilla frosting


tablespoons each of pink, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple sprinkles

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    Divide cereal so you have 1 cup of each color: pink, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple.

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    Place one color of cereal in a food processor and process until fine. Add 1/4 cup of frosting to the processor and process until mixture is fully blended. It will look a bit crumbly, but you shouldn’t have any clumps of frosting.

  • 3

    Scoop out the mixture and roll six balls. If you find the mixture is too dry to roll, return to the processor and mix in another teaspoon of frosting.

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    Pour 2 tablespoons of the same color sprinkles in a shallow bowl. Roll balls in the sprinkles. If the balls get a little misshapen after rolling in the sprinkles, just roll them again between the palms of your hand. Set on a baking tray.

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    Repeat with the other 5 colors of cereal, cleaning out the processor between each. Refrigerate for at least 30 minutes before packaging or serving.

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I know someone who makes these every holiday season, and they're absolutely delicious! I didn't realize how easy they'd be to make, which is fantastic. I'll have to carry on the tradition next year!

These are my go-to for parties! They're so easy to eat and move around and mingle at the same time, plus it's already in great portions.

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Melt butter over low heat in a heavy bottom sauce pan.

Add Allulose sweetener and whisk constantly until completely dissolved in butter.

Continue constantly whisking over low heat until mixture begins to change color. This will take a while. Be patient. You're looking for light brown.

Use a candy thermometer to bring your caramel mixture to the high end of the firm ball stage, usually between 245 and 250 degrees.

This can vary widely due to elevation differences, poorly calibrated thermometers, etc. Alternatively (and preferable in my opinion), you can drizzle a small amount of caramel into a glass of ice water. When you remove the caramel, it should form a soft ball when rolling between your fingers.

Remove from heat and continue whisking for a minute or so, then whisk in the vanilla extract. It'll spit and bubble! Because the alcohol in the extract is evaporating in the hot caramel. Science is cool.

Carefully (it's hot!) pour the caramel onto an eighth size (10x7x1) sheet jelly roll pan (which is just your basic cookie sheet with a lip). No need to use parchment or oil. The butter in the caramel is pretty non-stick.

Place the pan in the fridge for 4 hours to set and cool.

Remove from the fridge and cut into 1 inch squares. Wrap each square in wax paper and keep stored in the refrigerator. Alternatively, you can pour caramel into a mini muffin tin lined with mini cupcake papers.

Optionally, sprinkle the top of your caramels with flake salt or when setting them up in cups, add an almond, a couple of hazelnuts, a macadamia nut or a pecan. Don't forget to adjust the nutritional information to include any of these additions!

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