These super cute Rice Krispies Pops with Easter Sprinkles are so easy to make and I guarantee the kids will love eating them almost as much as they’ll love making them with you!
We’ve made something similar to these cute little Easter treats before but we moulded the Rice Krispies into triangle shapes with green candy melts to make them look like Christmas trees but that was obviously when the kids were younger and weren’t too cool to make things like this with me.
It’s been ages since I’ve made something fun like this but last weekend I was supposed to make some cornflake cakes for a Birthday party buffet for one of my friend’s little one but when I looked in the cupboard there were no cornflakes left (the empty box was there though ;-)). There were some rice crispies though so I thought I’d have a go at making these instead.
I used the Easter Sprinkles that I bought when we went to New York last month for a project I’m planning for Easter but they were actually OK for the Birthday s they’re just little bunnies and chicks.
How to make Rice Krispies Pops with Easter Sprinkles
150g cups Rice Krispies
Pink Vanilla Candy Melts (or some melted white chocolate with some pink food colouring in)
Cake pop sticks
- In large saucepan melt butter over low heat. Add marshmallows and stir until completely melted. Remove from heat.
- Add Rice Krispies cereal. Stir until well coated.
- Using buttered spatula or some wax paper to evenly press mixture into 13 x 9 x 2-inch pan coated with cooking spray. Cool. Cut into 2-inch x 3-inch bars.
- Melt candy melts according to package directions or melt your white chocolate and stir in some pink food colouring.
- Insert a cake pop stick into each Rice Krispies bar. Dip in pink candy or chocolate.
- Set down on tray lined with wax paper (for easier clean up) and immediately top with sprinkles. Repeat until all Rice Krispies bars are coated in candy and sprinkles.
- Refrigerate for about an hour to harden the candy and enjoy!
Obviously, you can make these at any time of the year using any colour/sprinkle combination but I do love the pink! They’d also be a fab addition to a party buffet with unicorn sprinkles or even just a mix of colours with coloured sugar strands instead of sprinkles.
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