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    I think I have been to all the major supermarkets in Santiago and can't find any boxes of Kellogs Rice Crispies. Wife saw them making rice crispy squares and I said how easy they are to make. I didn't realize the main ingredient would be so hard to find. Now the kids are pestering me to make some. The only ones I could find were the tiny boxes in the snack packs.

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    I don't recall seeing Kellogs but other brands offer crisped rice. Basically the same...

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    I also looked at other brands and found nothing

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    I've seen them at both Pola and Nacional if it's any help...

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    A guy at work brought us homemade rice crispes last week. So the exist.

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    well looks like another excellent excuse to go for a bike ride. I will check out those locations for my cereal.

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    Maybe a "Cerial Killer" got to them?????
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    Maybe a "Cereal Killer" got to them?????
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    I've made Rice Krispy Treats in the tropics. They don't set well in in the humidity and then they go stale in only an hour or so. You can make them with Fruit Loops and various other cereals as well. If you can find LIFE cereal, look up the recipe for Muddy Buddies..

    I used to make them all the time in a summer camp for 100 kids. Spray your arms and all equipment with PAM first and have a helper to pour the Krispies into the bowl while you mix.

    Maybe popcorn balls? Peanut Brittle is also very easy to make.

    Make some cinnamon toast. Just that might blow their minds..

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