We have been on a marshmallow crispy kick recently, we have made them 4 times in the past 10 days. Luckily most of them have left our house shortly after being made. They are one of those foods I find myself picking at until the entire pan has suddenly disappeared. We made two regular batches, cut into triangles and topped with a piece of candy corn for school bake sales. Then we made a batch that we turned into pumpkins. We formed them into balls, dipped in orange chocolate, used a green Mike-n-Ike as a stem and M&M's for eyes - the kids loved making these.
Our last batch was an experimentation that I did with the kids, this batch stayed home, it was the most dangerous batch and really should have left the house, immediately. On a recent trip to Colorado we went to the Hammond candy factory in Denver, it is a fun tour and a great way to spend a couple of hours, plus you can get some wonderful deals on their candy. On the day we were there they were selling all their candy canes for .25 cents, so I loaded up for Christmas, I also loaded up on their Mitchell candies. At the factory store they sell bags of mushed up ends for, I think $5.00, these candies aren't pretty, but they are still delicious. I had a partial bag of Vanilla Mitchells, a partial bag of mini marshmallow and a partial box of Rice Krispies. Melt the Mitchells and the marshamallows add the Rice Krispies and you have creamy caramel crunchy yumminess. I definitely wouldn't do this with a "nice" bag of Mitchells, since they sell for over $20 a pound, but it is a great use for the "ugly" bags. I only wish they sold these bags on-line and not just in the factory, actually I don't otherwise I would be making these way too often.