White Chocolate Dipped Easter Rice Krispies Treats

I wasn’t going to start sharing Easter projects until closer to the end of March, but these are so cute that I couldn’t resist publishing them now. (Not to mention the fact that I have not been on my A game lately, and don’t have anything else written for today.)

I can’t think of a holiday where we don’t make some variation of Rice Krispies Treats at my house. It’s such a simple and versatile sweet treat. So many of us grew up enjoying our own Mom’s Rice Krispies Treats, so it’s only natural to carry on the tradition.

White Chocolate Dipped Easter Rice Krispies Treats

White Chocolate Dipped Easter Rice Krispies Treats

ingredients:

6 cups Rice Krispies cereal
10oz mini marshmallows
1/4 cup butter (1/2 stick)
1 bag Wilton White Candy Melts
Red or pink food coloring
2 tablespoons shortening or coconut oil
Wilton Easter Sprinkles assortment
Egg-shaped cookie cutter
Parchment paper

Directions:

For Rice Krispies Treats

1. In large saucepan, melt butter over low heat. Add marshmallows and stir until completely melted. Add a few drops of red or pink food coloring and stir until desired color is achieved. Remove from heat.

2. Add Rice Krispies cereal. Stir until well coated and coloring is uniform.

3. Using oiled spatula or parchment paper, evenly press mixture into 1″-2″ pan coated with cooking spray. Let cool. (This would be a good time to prep candy melts).

4. Cut out egg shapes with cookie cutter.

White Chocolate Dipped Easter Rice Krispies Treats

For Melted Chocolate

1. Melt one bag of Wilton White Candy Melts using double boiler or microwave method (refer to packaging).

2. Stir in 2 tablespoons shortening or oil until smooth.

3. Dip egg-shaped Rice Krispies Treats, one at a time, into the melted chocolate. Set on parchment paper and add sprinkles to chocolare.

4. Let set to harden on parchment paper, or transfer paper to fridge for quick set.

Enjoy!

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Comments

  1. Barbara Mc / Whenihave Time says

    My son is the biggest Rice Krispies Treat fan. I am going to pass the recipe on to my dil, I know they will love it!

  2. says

    That’s an easy treat to make that everyone will love! One of my favorite things to have at Disney World are the chocolate dipped crispy treats :)

  3. tiffany f says

    I love Rice Kristie treats, I remember making them with my mom growing up, I think it was the first thing I ever “cooked” actually. I would like to make these with my 2 yr old and start an Easter tradition. I am a huge white chocolate fan so hopefully I can share!!!

  4. Cynthia R says

    These are adorable! I really love Easter crafts and recipes, something about those spring colors that always make them look so cute!

  5. says

    I think this is such a great treat to consider having for Easter. Like some others, I’m not a fan of white chocolate either, but it can be easily changed to another type. My kids would love to make them and decorate them.

  6. Lorayne Gothard says

    I am always looking for treats to make during holidays without being too hard. This one is very pretty and would be fun to make with my kids!! Thank you

  7. Tanya holland says

    I love them. They are so cute. This is definitely something I can make with my girls and they would love to help.

  8. nicole dz says

    Thank for this post, going to make these this year for easter, and add them on some sticks and make a edible arrangement. Very cute idea!

  9. Kristyn says

    I love this idea! Who doesn’t love rice krispie treats! :) These are so pretty, too. These would also be really good at a baby shower I’m doing in April. And easy!! Thanks for sharing!

  10. M.Clark says

    This is a very cute idea. I think I would use dark chocolate instead of whit chocolate. But I love the idea of egg shaped rice krispies treats. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

  11. Charlene says

    i like Rice Krispie treats and love white chocolate so there is no dought in my mind I’d like these. Thanks for vthe recipe.

  12. Barbara Mc/Whenihave Time says

    Those are just too cute! Everyone Loves Rice Krispie treats, so how could you go wrong?

  13. Birdiebee says

    What a super recipe. All kids (even adults) love rice krispie bars. I have pinned this to make for Easter.

  14. Kyle Pierce says

    Love this idea – could use this for grandchildren at Easter. The content on your blog is well written and has a varied topics makes it interesting. I enjoy reading the articles. Thank you!

    • Angela says

      Hi Mycalia, If I recall correctly, it was 12 or more depending on the size of the cookie cutter you use. Hope that helps!

    • Angela says

      Hi Lindsey, sorry for the delayed response. I honestly can’t say as I haven’t tried omitting any ingredients. If you give it a go, please let us know how it turns out for you.

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