Symphony Chocolate Chewy Bites

Happy Cinco de Mayo!

I hope you all had a fantastic weekend. Ours was so much fun. My cute sister and bro-in-law graduated together yesterday. How cute is that?! I am so proud of both of them and am so excited for them to enter the next phase of life. College life is wonderful and definitely a part of my life that I will forever cherish, but the after-college-life is where it gets really good. Honestly, Sunday night rolls around and 9 times out of 10, I find myself feeling extremely grateful its not a “school night” :) 

Alright, time to talk about today’s post. Symphony bars are one of my favorites. Creamy milk chocolate complimented with bits of toffee and almond makes it an absolute winner in my book. Melted down and the flavors really fuse together with a crunch. I knew when I saw this yummy recipe for Reese’s Krispies on my cute friend Carrian’s blog, Sweet Basil, I knew I wanted to try it but changing up a couple things. My husband was shoveling them into his mouth. Best of all, they are SO easy to make. They whip up in no time at all and would make a delicious snack or treat.

Symphony Chocolate Chewy Bites from chef-in-training.com ...These are SUPER EASY to make and are perfect to hit that chocolate craving! They are delicious!

Symphony Chocolate Chewy Bites

Symphony Chocolate Chewy Bites from chef-in-training.com ...These are SUPER EASY to make and are perfect to hit that chocolate craving! They are delicious!

By Chef in Training Published: May 5, 2013

  • Yield: 20 bites

These are SUPER EASY to make and are perfect to hit that chocolate craving! They are delicious!

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. In a large saucepan, comine sugar, corn syrup and butter. Stir over medium heat until melted and reaches a boil. Let boil for about 1 minute.
  2. Remove from heat and stir in chocolate chips.
  3. Quickly and Gently stir in Rice Krispy cereal until well coated and incorporated.
  4. Next, quickly and gently stir in chopped Symphony bars.
  5. Roll into 1 1/2 inch balls and set on wax paper to cool.

Enjoy!
(recipe adapted from: Sweet Basil)


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  1. Congrats to your sis and BIL. That’s awesome they graduated together. And 9/10 I am super glad that Sunday night isn’t a school night for me. Make that 10/10 times :)

    These look great, Nikki. I love easy nobake recipes like this!

  2. Natalie

    These look really good. Is there something I can substitute in place of the light corn syrup?
    Thanks!