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Homemade Nestle Crunch Bars

Two ingredients are all you need to make these easy Homemade Nestle Crunch Bars!

Homemade Nestle Crunch Bars

You might have guessed that I love to make homemade versions of my favorite candies.

After all, I have a homemade mounds bars, a homemade peppermint patties, and a homemade snickers bar, so what comes next? A homemade nestle crunch bar!

Homemade Nestle Crunch Bar

These homemade nestle crunch bars are so easy. They are almost too easy, but they really taste so close to the real thing.

I have been making these for years and everyone loves them.

Homemade Crunch Bars

These would make a perfect Christmas gift paired with one or two of my other homemade candies. Who wouldn’t want a plate of homemade candy for Christmas?!

These are also easy to make gluten free with gluten free brown rice cereal. So not only are they an easy homemade treat they are an easy treat to make gluten free!

Homemade Nestle Crunch Bars

homemade nestle crunch bars


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  1. These are so easy! Why haven’t I thought of these?

  2. Delicious! Love this idea.

  3. how simple!

  4. I love this, Lynn! And I bet my kids would get a real kick out of making them with me! And then maybe we could package them up to accompany their teachers’ gifts. 🙂 Thanks!

    • My girls love making these all by themselves, so yes they are a great thing for kids to make. And I love the teacher gift idea. I bet any teacher would love these.

  5. We must share a brain!! I just bought some Bob’s Red Mill Rice Crispies to make these, but was unsure of the measurements. Now I know! Thanks!

  6. I’ve just started eating gluten free and the hardest thing for me has been finding snacky/candy stuff. Thanks for posting this!

  7. I put this on my blog today and linked back to you. What a great easy recipe

  8. beingjennifer says

    No micro. They’re chillin’ now. Can’t wait to cut them up and eat ’em!

  9. Can’t wait to make these, as well as your other homemade cand bars. My son has never had a Crunch bar, because of his food allergies. He will be so excited 🙂 Thank you so much!

    • I hope he enjoys them! We miss our candy bars now that we have food issues, so I understand.

      • Hi Lynn,
        This is great! Have you tried making Nestle’s Buncha Crunch at home too?
        May we beg a recipe or how to share of it as well?

  10. I’d forgotten about the Nestle Crunch bars, I used to really enjoy them. I love this recipe because it can be a healthy treat!

  11. I make these with white chocolate and add peanut butter. they are very good and easy to make.

  12. I made these with my daughter yesterday. We no longer have a microwave so we just melted it on the stove. My husband has eaten almost every single one of them already!!! What he hasn’t eaten my son is devouring! Thanks for an easy yet awesome recipe!!!

  13. Thank you so much for this! I never cared for chocolate, especially Crunch bars, but my boyfriend loves them and I thought it would be a great Valentine’s day gift. My batch is currently chilling in the fridge – are they hard to cut? I wanted to wrap them up like an actual bar.

    • They are a little bit hard to cut perfectly straight, but if you take them out of the fridge and let them sit at room temperature for a little bit so that the chocolate softens slightly, the chocolate does cut a lot easier. I hope he enjoys them!

  14. Why do you use gluten free rice krispies? Gluten free reduces the structure which gives bread and the rice krispies their crunch. After all, only 1 percent of the population suffers from Celiac disease. If you suffer from it as did my father, by all means avoid gluten. However, I see gluten free this and that being touted without any true idea of what gluten is and how it does and does not affect people.

  15. I want to try these Nestle Crunch bars, but I’m curious why you left semi-sweet chocolate out as an option?


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