Gluten-Free Autumn Crisp Snack Bars Recipe

5 Gluten-Free Autumn Crisp Snack Bars served on small pieces of butcher paper, on top of a brown cutting board. a dish of pepitas is in the upper right.


These terrific gluten-free autumn crisp snack bars are packed with fall flavors. Easy to make, these delicious treats are crunchy and oh so satisfying. Perfect for on-the-go, lunch boxes, or breakfast, these tasty snack bars are sure to become a family favorite!

Gluten-Free Autumn Crisp Snack Bars Recipe

When I think of Autumn, in relation to foods that we have around that time, I always think of fruits like cranberries and spices like cinnamon.
These bars are a good mixture of those, along with the crispiness you find in a crispy rice treat, but they also have a few other ingredients as well, making them a great mixture for a good, filling snack bar. They have the sweetness from the marshmallow but with a kick of cinnamon, which makes a great balance.

5 Gluten-Free Autumn Crisp Snack Bars served on small pieces of butcher paper, on a brown cutting board atop a yellow and white dish towel, a dish of pepitas is in the upper right, another snack bar sits on a wooden tray in the upper left


Gluten-Free Autumn Crisp Snack Bars Recipe Notes:

• Double-check your oatmeal is labeled “gluten-free”. They should all be gluten-free, but if the factory is not a gluten-free environment, they may be labeled with a “cannot guarantee” warning of some sort, instead of being labeled Gluten-Free.

What gluten-free crispy rice cereals are there?

If you use Rice Krispie cereal, it is not Gluten-Free:
Q: Are Rice Krispies gluten-free?
A: Because of the malt flavor that goes into the recipe, Kellogg’s® Rice Krispies® cereal is not gluten-free.
Link to the Kellogg’s site.

Q: Is Malt-Meal Crispy rice cereal gluten-free?
A: Malt-o-meal lists Rice, sugar, corn syrup and salt as the ingredients. The packaging lists “gluten-free”!
For more information, contact malt-o-meal

Nature’s Path Crispy Rice Cereal is gluten-free! This is brown rice.
Nature’s Path Crispy Rice Cereal

Barbara’s Rice Crisps are gluten-free! This is brown rice.
Barbara’s Rice Crisps

• Sunflower Seeds can be substituted (or mixed half and half) fora the pepitas.

• 8 Tablespoons = 1 stick of butter in the United States.

• To keep the crème from sticking to the spoon or spatula, heat your mixing spoon or spatula for a few minutes before using it in a cup of hot water. This will allow the crème to come right off. This works well right before mixing everything together as well.

Gluten-Free Autumn Crisp Snack Bars Recipe. These terrific gluten-free autumn crisp snack bars are packed with fall flavors. Easy to make, these delicious treats are crunchy and oh so satisfying. Perfect for on-the-go, lunch boxes, or breakfast, these tasty snack bars are sure to become a family favorite!


Gluten-Free Autumn Crisp Snack Bars Recipe Ingredients:

• 1½ cups Gluten-Free Crispy Rice Cereal
• 1½ cups Gluten-Free Oatmeal
• 1 cup Pepitas
• 12 TBSP Butter
• 1 tsp Cinnamon
• 4 oz Marshmallow Crème
• 1 cup Craisins

Gluten-Free Autumn Crisp Snack Bars Recipe Mise en Place:

Measuring Spoons
Spatula or Spoon
• Bowl(s)
Measuring Cup

Gluten-Free Autumn Crisp Snack Bars Recipe. These terrific gluten-free autumn crisp snack bars are packed with fall flavors. Easy to make, these delicious treats are crunchy and oh so satisfying. Perfect for on-the-go, lunch boxes, or breakfast, these tasty snack bars are sure to become a family favorite!


Gluten-Free Autumn Crisp Snack Bars Recipe Directions:

1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
2. Grease an 8″ x 10″ baking dish, set aside.

Gluten-Free Autumn Crisp Snack Bars Recipe. These terrific gluten-free autumn crisp snack bars are packed with fall flavors. Easy to make, these delicious treats are crunchy and oh so satisfying. Perfect for on-the-go, lunch boxes, or breakfast, these tasty snack bars are sure to become a family favorite!


3. In a large mixing bowl, measure out and combine 1½ cups gluten-free rice cereal, 1½ cups gluten-free oatmeal, and 1 cup pepitas; combine well.

Gluten-Free Autumn Crisp Snack Bars Recipe. These terrific gluten-free autumn crisp snack bars are packed with fall flavors. Easy to make, these delicious treats are crunchy and oh so satisfying. Perfect for on-the-go, lunch boxes, or breakfast, these tasty snack bars are sure to become a family favorite!


4. Lay out the rice mixture on an ungreased, large baking sheet and toast the mixture in a preheated 350°F oven for 10 – 12 minutes. The oatmeal should be slightly browned and crispy, and have a nutty aroma when it is ready.

Gluten-Free Autumn Crisp Snack Bars Recipe. These terrific gluten-free autumn crisp snack bars are packed with fall flavors. Easy to make, these delicious treats are crunchy and oh so satisfying. Perfect for on-the-go, lunch boxes, or breakfast, these tasty snack bars are sure to become a family favorite!


Gluten-Free Autumn Crisp Snack Bars Recipe. These terrific gluten-free autumn crisp snack bars are packed with fall flavors. Easy to make, these delicious treats are crunchy and oh so satisfying. Perfect for on-the-go, lunch boxes, or breakfast, these tasty snack bars are sure to become a family favorite!


5. Melt 12 tablespoons of butter (1½ sticks) in the microwave in a microwave safe bowl and mix in 1 teaspoon of cinnamon once melted. Set aside.
6. In a large microwave safe bowl, melt 4 ounces of marshmallow crème (approximately 15 – 25 seconds).

Gluten-Free Autumn Crisp Snack Bars Recipe. These terrific gluten-free autumn crisp snack bars are packed with fall flavors. Easy to make, these delicious treats are crunchy and oh so satisfying. Perfect for on-the-go, lunch boxes, or breakfast, these tasty snack bars are sure to become a family favorite!


7. Add the cinnamon-butter mixture to the melted marshmallow crème and blend well.

Gluten-Free Autumn Crisp Snack Bars Recipe. These terrific gluten-free autumn crisp snack bars are packed with fall flavors. Easy to make, these delicious treats are crunchy and oh so satisfying. Perfect for on-the-go, lunch boxes, or breakfast, these tasty snack bars are sure to become a family favorite!


8. Then, add one cup of craisins to the marshmallow mixture; combine well.
9. Add the dry, toasted ingredients to the marshmallow mixture and mix all together being careful to coat it all, so that the marshmallow is evenly spread out.

Gluten-Free Autumn Crisp Snack Bars Recipe. These terrific gluten-free autumn crisp snack bars are packed with fall flavors. Easy to make, these delicious treats are crunchy and oh so satisfying. Perfect for on-the-go, lunch boxes, or breakfast, these tasty snack bars are sure to become a family favorite!


10. Spread the mixture evenly in the prepared 8″x10″ baking dish. Let stand for about 30 minutes and then refrigerate for another 30, covering with plastic wrap.

Gluten-Free Autumn Crisp Snack Bars Recipe. These terrific gluten-free autumn crisp snack bars are packed with fall flavors. Easy to make, these delicious treats are crunchy and oh so satisfying. Perfect for on-the-go, lunch boxes, or breakfast, these tasty snack bars are sure to become a family favorite!


11. The bars will thicken in the cold, and once ready, cut into 2″ bars and they are ready to eat.

Gluten-Free Autumn Crisp Snack Bars Recipe. These terrific gluten-free autumn crisp snack bars are packed with fall flavors. Easy to make, these delicious treats are crunchy and oh so satisfying. Perfect for on-the-go, lunch boxes, or breakfast, these tasty snack bars are sure to become a family favorite!


12. To avoid having the bars soften and become crumbly, store them in the refrigerator, with plastic wrap covering.

Gluten-Free Autumn Crisp Snack Bars Recipe. These terrific gluten-free autumn crisp snack bars are packed with fall flavors. Easy to make, these delicious treats are crunchy and oh so satisfying. Perfect for on-the-go, lunch boxes, or breakfast, these tasty snack bars are sure to become a family favorite!


Yield: 20 bars

Gluten-Free Autumn Crisp Snack Bars Recipe

Gluten-Free Autumn Crisp Snack Bars Recipe

These terrific gluten-free autumn crisp snack bars are packed with fall flavors. Easy to make, these delicious treats are crunchy and oh so satisfying. Perfect for on-the-go, lunch boxes, or breakfast, these tasty snack bars are sure to become a family favorite!

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Additional Time 45 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 15 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1½ cups Gluten-Free Crispy Rice Cereal
  • 1½ cups Gluten-Free Oatmeal
  • 1 cup Pepitas
  • 12 TBSP Butter
  • 1 tsp Cinnamon
  • 4 oz Marshmallow Crème
  • 1 cup Craisins

Instructions

    1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
    2. Grease an 8" x 10" baking dish, set aside.
    3. In a large mixing bowl, measure out and combine 1½ cups gluten-free rice cereal, 1½ cups gluten-free oatmeal, and 1 cup pepitas; combine well.
    4. Lay out the rice mixture on an ungreased, large baking sheet and toast the mixture in a preheated 350°F oven for 10 – 12 minutes. The oatmeal should be slightly browned and crispy, and have a nutty aroma when it is ready.
    5. Melt 12 tablespoons of butter (1½ sticks) in the microwave in a microwave safe bowl and mix in 1 teaspoon of cinnamon once melted. Set aside.
    6. In a large microwave safe bowl, melt 4 ounces of marshmallow crème (approximately 15 – 25 seconds).
    7. Add the cinnamon-butter mixture to the melted marshmallow crème and blend well.
    8. Then, add one cup of craisins to the marshmallow mixture; combine well.
    9. Add the dry, toasted ingredients to the marshmallow mixture and mix all together being careful to coat it all, so that the marshmallow is evenly spread out.
    10. Spread the mixture evenly in the prepared 8"x10" baking dish. Let stand for about 30 minutes and then refrigerate for another 30, covering with plastic wrap.
    11. The bars will thicken in the cold, and once ready, cut into 2" bars and they are ready to eat.
    12. To avoid having the bars soften and become crumbly, store them in the refrigerator, with plastic wrap covering.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

20

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 158 Total Fat: 10g Saturated Fat: 5g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 4g Cholesterol: 18mg Sodium: 72mg Carbohydrates: 16g Net Carbohydrates: 0g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 9g Sugar Alcohols: 0g Protein: 3g
Note: for exact nutritional information, consult your dietician. All nutritional information provided is simply a guideline.

If you would like more snacks that are perfect for autumn, check out these terrific fall recipes:

Easy Crustless Pumpkin Pie Recipe – If you are looking for a fabulous pumpkin pie recipe without a crust, you will enjoy this amazing variation of a traditional pumpkin pie recipe. Crustless pies are all the rage – same great pie taste, fewer calories and carbs by foregoing the crust. Crustless pies are easy enough to make using a springform pan, just read the step by step crustless pumpkin pie recipe I am sharing to make your own terrific crustless pumpkin pie!

Pumpkin Cheesecake Thumbprint Cookies Recipe – If you like thumbprint cookies, you will love this delicious update to that old classic recipe. These Pumpkin Cheesecake Thumbprint Cookies combine the spicy taste of pumpkin with the smooth taste of cream cheese for a truly decadent cookie!

Pumpkin Icebox Cake Recipe – This Pumpkin Icebox Cake recipe tastes like pumpkin pie. The Pumpkin Icebox Cake gets better the longer it sets in your refrigerator, so it is a great recipe to make a day or two in advance of a big function.


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101 Non-Candy Halloween Treat Ideas

101 Non-Candy Halloween Treat Ideas! Need alternatives to candy this Halloween for school or house parties or to hand out to trick or treaters? This list of 101 Non-Candy Halloween Treat Ideas has something for everyone.


Do you need alternatives to candy this Halloween for school or house parties or to hand out to trick or treaters? This list of 101 Non-Candy Halloween Treat Ideas has something for everyone.

101 Non-Candy Halloween Treat Ideas

Not everyone wants to give out candy for Halloween. Sometimes children have allergies, perhaps your family prefers to not add to the evening sugar rush, or maybe you would just like something different to hand out for Halloween?

A few notes about these 101 Non-Candy Halloween Treat Ideas:

• Note that not all items are suitable for all ages.

• If you have a variety of items to offer your trick or treaters, place all the items on a tray or in a giant bucket. You will be shocked at how many kids will pick the toothbrushes. If a parent is trick or treating with their youngsters, ask the parent to help choose, especially if the children are very young toddlers.

Most of these list choices are Halloween-centric. If you prefer a bouncing ball that isn’t a bouncing eyeball (IOW, more everyday than holiday), simplyb choose that instead.

Remember when you get home to always check your child’s trick or treat bag for unwrapped edibles or toys that are not age appropriate, as well as for items your child may be allergic to, discard as necessary.

• Animal Crackers
• Apple Chips (single serve)
• Army Men
Bacon Bandaids
Balloons
Body Glitter
Bookmarks
Bubbles
• Cards
• Cereal (single serve boxes)
• Cereal Bars
• Chalk
• Chapstick
Character Bandaids
• Colored Pencils
• Coloring Books
• Comic Books
• Cookies (single serve)
Crayons
• Doggie Treats (for Fido)
Erasers
Eye (Bouncy) Ball
Fake Eyeballs
• Fake Fingers
• Fake Mustaches
• Finger Puppet
• Flash Ring

Foam Halloween Masks
• Fruit Cups
• Fruit Leather
• Glow Bracelets
• Glow Earrings
• Glow Necklaces
Glow Sticks
• Gold Fish Crackers Snack Bags
• Granola Bars
• Hacky Sacks
• Hair Accessories (bows, barrettes, clips)
• Hand Sanitizer
• Highlighters
• Hot Chocolate Packets
• Hot Cider Packets
• Hot Wheels or Matchbox cars
• Juice Box
Kazoo
• Kleenex (purse packs)
• Lip Smackers
• Magnets
• Mardi Gras Bead Necklaces
• Markers
Maze Puzzle
Memo Pads
• Microwave Popcorn Packs (single serve)
• Mini Coloring Books
• Mini Flashlight
• Mini Nail Polish

Mini Play-Doh
• Mini Raisin Boxes
• Money (quarters, 50-cent pieces)
Monster Bendables
Noise Putty (mini)
• Nuts (single serve packs)
• Pencil Toppers
Pencils (Sports Team, Halloween Themed, etc)
Pens
Pirate Eye Patch
Plastic Bugs
• Plastic Spiders
Popcorn Balls
Porcupine Balls
• Potato Chips (single sever)
• Pretzels (single serve bags)
• Restaurant Coupons (Wendy’s, McDonald’s, Burger King, Friendly’s)
• Rubber Rats
• Rubber Spiders
• Rulers
• Silly Bandz
• Silly Putty
• Silly Straws
Slap Bracelets
• Slide Puzzles
Slime
• Slinky Jr
• Spider Rings
• Spinning Top
Stamps (no, not postage stamps!)
• Stencils
Stickers
• Stretchy Frogs
• Sugar Free Gum
• Superballs
Temporary Tattoos
• Toothbrush
• Toothpaste (trial size)
• Trading Cards (Sports, Pokemon, Magic Cards!)
• Trail Mix (single serve)
• Water (bottled)
• Wax Mustaches
Wax Vampire Fangs
• Whistles
• Word Puzzles
• Yo-yo

Need more Halloween party ideas? Check out these great Halloween posts:

Zombie Blood Clot Tablecloth – Instead of paying big bucks for a Halloween tablecloth, make this simple Zombie tablecloth. It adds a touch of spooky to your Halloween party table. Five minutes, plus dry time, and your Halloween table has a spooktacular covering!

Spooky Spider Treats Recipe – These easy to make Spooky Spider Treats will be a huge hit with your little – and big – witches and ghosts! Perfect for lunchboxes, parties, and afternoon snacks, these spider treats are easy to make and taste so good!

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Glow in the Dark Cocktail Recipes

glowing blue drink in a chemistry beaker


These glow in the dark cocktail recipes are perfect for your next party! Tasty, smooth, and delicious these fun cocktails will have your guests talking. If you are wondering how to make glow in the cocktails, these recipes are for you.

Glow in the Dark Cocktail Recipes

Are you looking for a fun drink to impress your friends? These glow in the dark cocktail recipes are simple to make, lots of fun to see “glow”, and a real conversation starter. Whether for a Halloween party (obviously!) or some other event or get together, if you have a dark room and a black light, these glow in the dark cocktail recipes are a must-make!

smoking purple cocktail drink in a glass in a chemistry setting, beakers in the back


Glow in the Dark Cocktail Recipes Notes:

My Glow in the Dark Jello Shots recipe uses tonic water to get them to glow. These cocktails are using energy drinks, Monster Maxx specifically. It is the Vitamin B that makes it glow, so any energy drink with that will work. You can also crush up Vitamin B and put that in a drink instead, or use tonic water.

You can basically make ANY cocktail glow in the dark just swapping the liquid to tonic water, a vitamin B drink, or adding vitamin B. However, if you expect to just plop these Glow in the Dark Cocktails on a table and they will “glow” you are bound to be disappointed. You need a black light to get these cocktails to “glow” in the dark. Without it, they are just purple and blue drinks.

A black light flashlight is fine for showing one (or two or three) glow in the dark jello shots on a clear surface, but you will want a black light (like in a bar) for a party setting.

Set up your glow in the dark jello shots on a clear tray, in a bed of ice (with the rope of black light underneath the ice) or turn over a clear plastic popcorn bowl and put the rope of black light underneath. The darker the area the better the drinks will glow.

• There are actually two different drink recipes in this post, so you have more choices to serve your guests at your party!

• For the first cocktail (the blue one) you can free some MAXX Monster Energy Drink ice cubes, or just use regular ice cubes.

• For the second cocktail (the purple one), you will need to freeze some MAXX Monster Energy Drink ice cubes first, and then crush them.

• You can add some dry ice for a cool smoking effect.

Glow in the Dark Cocktail Recipes Mise en Place:

Jigger or Measuring Cup
Cocktail Spoon
• Ice Cube Tray
Cocktail Glass, Flask or Beaker
Black Light

Glow in the Dark Cocktail Recipes. These glow in the dark cocktail recipes are perfect for your next party! Tasty, smooth, and delicious these fun cocktails will have your guests talking. If you are wondering how to make glow in the cocktails, this recipe is for you.


Glow in the Dark Cocktail Recipes Ingredients:

Blue Glow in the Dark Cocktail Recipe Ingredients:

• 1oz Vodka
• 1oz Blue Curaçao
• Ice Cubes
• 4 ounces MAXX Monster Energy drink
• ½ ounce Lime Juice

Glow in the Dark Cocktail Recipes. These glow in the dark cocktail recipes are perfect for your next party! Tasty, smooth, and delicious these fun cocktails will have your guests talking. If you are wondering how to make glow in the cocktails, this recipe is for you.


Blue Glow in the Dark Cocktail Recipe Directions:

1. Add one ounce of vodka to a fun chemistry beaker, flask or a traditional cocktail rocks glass.

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2. Add one ounce of blue curaçao and some ice cubes.

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3. Add four ounces MAXX Monster Energy drink

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4. Add ½ an ounce (a splash) of lime juice. Mix well. Add some dry ice for a fun smoking effect.
5. This drink will glow in the dark under a black light.

Glow in the Dark Cocktail Recipes. These glow in the dark cocktail recipes are perfect for your next party! Tasty, smooth, and delicious these fun cocktails will have your guests talking. If you are wondering how to make glow in the cocktails, this recipe is for you.


Purple Glow in the Dark Cocktail Recipe Ingedients:

• 4 MAXX Monster Energy Drink Ice Cubes
• 1oz Vodka
• 3oz Tonic Water
• 3oz Lemon-Lime Soda
• 2oz White Grape Juice

Glow in the Dark Cocktail Recipes. These glow in the dark cocktail recipes are perfect for your next party! Tasty, smooth, and delicious these fun cocktails will have your guests talking. If you are wondering how to make glow in the cocktails, this recipe is for you.


Purple Glow in the Dark Cocktail Recipe Directions:

1. Freeze four ice cubes made with MAXX Monster Energy Drink per cocktail.
2. Crush the MAXX Monster Energy Drink ice cubes. Set aside.
3. Add one ounce of vodka to a fun chemistry beaker, flask or a traditional cocktail rocks glass.
4. Add crushed energy drink ice to the container.

5. Add three ounces of tonic water to the beverage container.
6. Add three ounces lemon-lime soda to the beverage container.
7. Add two ounces of white grape juice to the beverage container, mix well.
8. This drink will glow in the dark under a black light.

glowing blue drink in a glass


Yield: 1

Glow in the Dark Cocktail Recipes

Glow in the Dark Cocktail Recipes

These glow in the dark cocktail recipes are perfect for your next party! Tasty, smooth, and delicious these fun cocktails will have your guests talking. If you are wondering how to make glow in the cocktails, these recipes are for you.

Prep Time 3 minutes
Total Time 3 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1oz Vodka
  • 1oz Blue Curaçao
  • Ice Cubes
  • 4 ounces MAXX Monster Energy drink
  • ½ ounce Lime Juice

Instructions

    1. Add one ounce of vodka to a fun chemistry beaker, flask or a traditional cocktail rocks glass.
    2. Add one ounce of blue curaçao and some ice cubes.
    3. Add four ounces MAXX Monster Energy drink
    4. Add ½ an ounce (a splash) of lime juice. Mix well. Add some dry ice for a fun smoking effect.
    5. This drink will glow in the dark under a black light.

Notes

You need a black light to get these cocktails to "glow".

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Nutrition Information:

Yield:

1

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 125 Total Fat: 0g Saturated Fat: 0g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 0g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 93mg Carbohydrates: 15g Net Carbohydrates: 0g Fiber: 0g Sugar: 13g Sugar Alcohols: 0g Protein: 1g
Note: for exact nutritional information, consult your dietician. All nutritional information provided is simply a guideline.

If you are having a party, you might enjoy these fun party cocktails:

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Orange Creamsicle Cocktail Recipe – If you liked Orange Creamsicles as a kid, try this Orange Creamsicle for adults! Easy to make, this creamy and smooth cocktail is simply delicious.

Tropical Rum Punch Recipe – This Tropical Rum Punch Recipe is delicious, cool and refreshing. The rum punch combines the flavors of rum, brandy, and fruit juice into a fabulous tropical drink!


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