Recipe by Kellogg's® Rice Krispies®
"You and your kids can personalize this recipe use your favorite candies, toppings and coatings for a handheld summer snack that's all your own."
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butter or margarine
1 (10 ounce) package
KELLOGG'S® RICE KRISPIES® cereal or KELLOGG'S® COCOA KRISPIES® cereal
wooden ice cream sticks
Semi-sweet chocolate morsels, melted
This is a fun and diffrent way to make rice crispy treats. I tried to use a non stick cooking spray to round the treats, this does not work. (hehe) I had to butter my hands like using lotion every other treat. Thanks for the recipe.
The basic recipe is great. When it came to shaping into balls, I had trouble - the rice krispie/marshmallow mixture would not form balls and stuck to my buttered hands and came apart. I *suspect* it is because it was still to warm and needed to cool/set enough to shape. But I didn't have time to experiment (bake sale tomorrow!) and so I pressed into a pan per the old fashioned way. I still spread with melted choco chips and covered in sprinkles and they look great. I'd love anybody's feedback to tell me if my idea of cooling/setting more is what I need to do for next time.
I followed this recipe and yielded about 36 4in balls! Perfectly party sized....so quick and easy. This recipe is a must have for special treats.
I used this recipe to make pink and blue colored rice krispie treat rattles for a baby shower I was throwing. I wrapped them in little bags and tied a pink or blue bow at the bottom. They made perfect favors for the shower. Because they were wrapped in plastic and sealed, I made them 3 or 4 days before the shower and they stilled tasted great. I found that the cooking spray did work for shaping the balls.
These can be a little 'sticky' to shape, but they are really fun and the kids LOVE them. The best part is that they are yummy too! Thanks for sharing. :)
Rolling the balls: I wet my hands with water and roll until the treats start getting sticky, then re-wet. I use this method to pat the treats flat in a pan, too. Doesn't change the integrity or taste of the recipe.
Add-ins: A great flavor and color burst is replacing abot 1/4 cup of rice krispies with fruity pebbles. Yum!
My kids had a blast making these. The only thing I would recommend is not waiting to long to decorate or the sprinkles don't stick.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Rice Krispies Treats(R) on a Stick
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 27
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