I can’t believe that I’ve almost been blogging for 2 years, and I’ve never posted about scotcheroos before. My love affair with scotheroos started about 6 years ago when Brad and I had just started dating. In the summer during our college years, we would part ways and move back to our hometowns to spend the summers with out families. Every weekend, we would take turns driving to each others house to spend the weekend together. He would bring me flowers, and I would bring him scotcheroos. Not a bad deal if I don’t say so myself. :)


Now, if you’ve never tried them, what are you waiting for?  The bottom layer consists of peanut butter and rice krispies (and uh, lots of sugar), while the top layer is a mix of chocolate and butterscotch chips. The bars are chewy, yet crispy at the same time. They are so simple to make, but they remain one of my favorite desserts ever. Be sure you have some friends to help you eat them, because once you eat one, it’s hard not to devour the whole pan!


Yields: 36 bars
1 cup corn syrup
1 cup granulated sugar
1 cup peanut butter
6 cups rice krispies
1 (6 oz) bag semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 (6 oz) bag butterscotch chips


In large saucepan, combine the sugar and corn syrup, and bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Remove from the heat and stir in peanut butter. Add the rice krispies and mix until well blended.  Press into buttered sheet pan.

Over a double boiler, melt together chocolate chips and butterscotch chips and stir until evenly combined and melted throughly. Spread the chocolate mixture evenly over the bars and let cool.Source: Kelloggs

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  1. Erika says

    If you want to make the bars as thin as in the pictures I had to double the chocolate/butterscotch mix for decent coverage! Heads up. Absolutely delicious. I’ve been eating the bottom layer while melting the chocolate… yummmmy

  2. Mona says

    This is one of my children’s and my favorite snacks. We like it with all butterscotch on top too. They are gone in a day.

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