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  • Brooke Barry

    Easter Egg Rice Crispy Treats

  • Yvette Gonzales

    I LOVE Rice Krispies Treats.  They sort of make me feel like I’m seven when I’m chomping away on them, sticky fingered and all, but they are delicious.  I’ve seen the Rice Krispies Easter treats where you hollow them out and hide treats inside, but I haven’t seen this chocolate dipped version before.   Nothing […]

  • Kristin Hunter

    Candy Dipped Rice Crispy Treat Eggs. Adorable Easter idea!

  • Tahni Rollans

    Easter egg Rice Krispy treats... cute Easter treats.

  • Toni Stubblefield

    Dipped and Decorated Rice Krispies Treat Eggs! What a sweet Easter treat!

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Krispy Easter Eggs: Add color to marshmallow mixture before adding cereal. Put in plastic egg or jello jiggler eggs after spraying with Pam. Can add candy in center (chocolate egg, M&M's, etc.). Remove from egg in 1-2 min. Add sprinkles or dip in chocolate.

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Cake Batter Rice Krispy Treats :) (One pinner said they were better when she doubled the cake mix amount because you couldn't taste it much the regular way.)

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Rice Krispies are a simple dessert but I love the way they look on these skewers and wrapped in plastic!

#Valentine's Day treats: Melt 4 cups of mini-marshmallows in a pan with 3 tablespoons of butter •Add three drops of red food colouring and stir •Dump in 6 cups of Rice Krispies and stir again •Press into a greased 9X13 pan, and let cool for two or three minutes •Flip the pan of treats out onto a cutting board •Cut out shapes-- like hearts-- with cookie cutters Valentine treats!