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I make these several times a year....they are easy and very good.

1 cup sugar
1cup white corn syrup
1 cup smooth peanut butter
6 cups crisp rice cereal
1 12oz package milk chocolate chips
1 12 oz package butterscotch chips

In a small sauce pan combine the sugar and corn syrup. Heat until sugar is dissolved. take off heat and add peanut butter, mix well.

Pour over cereal and mix well. Put in greased 9x 13 pan and compress down and evenly.

Melt milk chocolate chips and butterscotch chips together until smooth. Pour over cereal and spread evenly. Let cool until set. Flip the cereal out onto a cutting board and cut into squares. ENJOY!
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