Kellogg's Rice Krispies & (Separate Topic) Flour

Posted on: Mon, 12/09/2019 - 8:05am
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Hey All, excuse my doubling up this topic if that is frowned upon, however I'm curious on folks thoughts regarding the safety of Kellog's Rice Krispies and on some suggestions for a PA/TA safe flour. I'm preparing some treats for a party and would like to ensure I'm catering towards the comfort of all those present.

I've noticed a "may contain" statement on other Kellog cereals (regarding soybeans). As the Rice Krispies contain no such statements, I'm inclined to believe these would be a safe bet?

As far as flour goes.. The general consensus would seem to be that King Arthur is a good bet. Is that fair to say?

Thanks for any and all responses!

Posted on: Fri, 12/13/2019 - 1:45pm
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Hi Jayedward, don't ever worry about duplicate topics, I do that all the time and see other duplicate posts out there. Post whatever is on your mind. I've been eating rice krispies treats for years and never had an issue. I do scan the box with my ipiit food allergy app before I buy just to ensure there were no changes. There are a few different brands of flour that I use because they are free of the top 8 allergens and so are their facilities like Better Batter and Enjoy Life. I have also used King Arthur, that's a safe flour to use.

Posted on: Fri, 12/13/2019 - 3:40pm
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I love Rice Krispies just on their own as cereal and one of my favorite desserts is Rice Krispies Treats. Yum! Now I am craving them, maybe I'll make them this weekend :-) Yes, King Arthurs flour is very trustworthy. I also use Hodgson Mills All-Purpose Gluten-Free Baking Flour. Hope this answers your questions, let me know if you have any more.

Posted on: Fri, 12/13/2019 - 4:59pm
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This is what Very Well Fit says about Rice Krispies: "Rice Krispie Treats are great desserts for kids with multiple food allergies. These treats are peanut, nut, egg, and wheat-free. (Note that they are NOT gluten-free or dairy-free and that you should double-check the ingredients on the marshmallows used to make certain they're peanut- and nut-free.)" And here's more info on Allergen Inside: https://allergeninside.com/foods/ingredients/038000300035/Rice-Krispies-Cereal. They are safe for PA and I've eaten Rice Krispies Treats over the years and never had an issue.
And I don't bake but my wife does and she uses King Arthur.

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