Trix Bars Recipe

Looking for something unique for snack time? How about a colorful twist for an upcoming play-date or birthday celebration? Well checkout our newest cereal bar creation: the Trix Bar!

Trix Bars

Trix Bars

Ingredients:

  • 3 tbsp Butter
  • 8 cups Trix Cereal (10.7 oz box)
  • 10 oz Marshmallows

Trix Bars IngredientsDirections:

  1. In a medium to large saucepan, melt butter over low heat.
  2. Add the marshmallows and stir until completely melted.
  3. Remove from heat.
  4. Add Trix cereal and stir until cereal is well coated.
  5. Prepare 13×9 pan by spraying with cooking spray or coating with butter.
  6. Butter a your hands or use wax paper to press the mixture firmly into the pan.
  7. Allow to cool.
  8. Cut into bars.

Trix Bars Process

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Trix Bars Recipe
 
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Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Ingredients
  • 3 tbsp Butter
  • 8 cups Trix Cereal (10.7 oz box)
  • 10 oz Marshmallows
Instructions
  1. In a medium to large saucepan, melt butter over low heat.
  2. Add the marshmallows and stir until completely melted.
  3. Remove from heat.
  4. Add Trix cereal and stir until cereal is well coated.
  5. Prepare 13x9 pan by spraying with cooking spray or coating with butter.
  6. Butter a your hands or use wax paper to press the mixture firmly into the pan.
  7. Allow to cool.
  8. Cut into bars

Enjoy!

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Comments

  1. M.Clark says

    These Trix bars look interesting, I would try them. They sort of remind me of rice crispy treats. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

  2. Dorothy Boucher says

    definitely a treat for the little ones, i don’t think i would eat them because they would be way too many calories for me, hehehe thanks for share

  3. says

    These are really easy to make, and much more colorful than rice krispie treats! Thanks for sharing the recipe, because I’ve never thought of this fun option :)

  4. Clara says

    I love this idea! I can’t believe I hadn’t thought of it before. I’ll be making these soon and sharing the recipe with my sister.

  5. melisa says

    We make the krispy rice treats for most holidays, I’ve never thought to use Trix cereal. With the fruity colors they look Easter-y or spring-y.
    p.s. how do you get them to look so perfect?

  6. Sherry Compton says

    How fun, easy, and colorful! Kids are going to love it…husbands as well. :) I hadn’t thought of this but now I am thinking about other cereals that would be good, too. Thanks.

  7. Carissa Joslyn says

    Every since I was little I have been a huge fan of cereal bars! I mean, who wouldn’t really! my favorite is Golden Grahams! Never tried Trix before!

  8. Barbara Mc / Whenihave Time says

    These look so cool. I’m a big grown up kid and love Trix, so how could you go wrong?

  9. Andrew Sellen says

    These look really good and simple to make. I will have to try them the next time my niece is over> I think she would like the colors! Thanks

  10. David says

    We have experimented with many cereals for these types of bars, but never trix. This will have to be next on our list.

  11. lisa says

    I haven’t had this cereal in years. I didn’t know they still made it. I love it. I’m going to try this.Thanks.

  12. Wendy Arnott says

    I’ve done this with the last remaining bits of cereals, whether its golden grahams, or a granola type cereal or Frosted flakes.. they are all good and all get eaten. This one may have too much color for my family.

  13. Shannon says

    OK, I am so going to the store today to get the ingredients. I want these so bad. I love Rice Krispies.

  14. Lauren Miller says

    These look great! My daughter’s Pre-K class would love them! She’ll be “snack helper” again soon! Have you tried them? How are they?

  15. Wanda Tracey says

    I love this cereal bar recipe for it’s colorfulness and it’s so simple to make.Thanks for sharing this recipe.My grandchildren will love them.(P.S.I think I will love them too).

  16. Sandra VanHoey says

    These look better to be than the rice krispie treats. I have to share this with my daughter who makes them all the time for the kids. They would love these

  17. sherry blamer says

    These sound pretty good. I bet you could substitute just about any cereal for the trix to make awesome cereal treats. its the same ingredients as rice crispie treats. I think chocolate chex mix would be awesome with this because it would sorta be like a smores.

  18. Raina DelRio says

    These look like such a yummy treat! Cannot wait to make these! I bet they would be great too, with the Reese’s PB cereal!

  19. Christina Easter says

    These look great! I think I will make these as Easter treats for the kids this year :) Thank you so much!

  20. Cindy Merrill says

    This is an updated version of Rice crispies bars, a treat I enjoyed as a kid. I like using the chocolate crispies for this sometimes.

  21. says

    As I was looking at these Trix Bars I thought how nicely they could be wrapped and added into an Easter basket. The colors are all spring and we all could use some in our part of New England for sure.

  22. Shannon says

    I just made these and they are cooling with Reese’s Puffs wannabe Kroger brand (still good) and I will try them later today.

  23. Lauryn R says

    This sounds incredibly easy to make and my kids would absolutely love it! I think I might try this with my daughter (she’s 4 and mommy’s little cooking helper!) this weekend! :)

  24. Gale McCarron says

    What a great spin off from the other treats. My Grandkids are going to love these, and it’ll be a blast making these with them. Thanks!

  25. Lisa Konieczke says

    Now this looks like a fun recipe to make with the kiddos! Pinning. Yummy, wish I had one right now.

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