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Easter Rice Krispie Treats

Easter is just 2 weeks away and with all the chaos due to the Coronavirus it wouldn’t surprise me if we were forced to skip Easter celebrations. This makes me a bit sad as kids are used to celebrating holidays and enjoy family get togethers. So I whipped up these easy Easter Rice Krispie Treats to make for your kids.

Quick Easter Desserts

Rice Krispie treats are a kid-friendly dessert and with the pastel M&M’s, you can dress up the treats for Easter. Your kids will love having a familiar treat and carry on a few of the family traditions.

You can even pair these Easter rice krispie treats with our Easter Bunny Tails, Bunny Peeps, or even the famous Bunny Butt Easter desserts.

Ingredients Needed

• 3 Tablespoons Butter

• 10 oz. Bag Marshmallows

• 5 Cups Rice Krispies Cereal 

•Easter M&M’s 

Crisp Rice Easter Treats

Directions on How to Make Easter Rice Krispie Treats

In large saucepan melt butter over low heat.

 

Add marshmallows and stir until completely melted. 

Slowly add Rice Krispies to marshmallow & mix well.

Rice Krispy Treats Easter

Using a spatula or wax paper evenly press mixture into a non-stick pan coated with cooking spray or silicone pan. 

MM Easter Rice Krispie Treats

Press M&M’s onto the sticky top of the treats.

Let the Easter Rice Krispies Treats cool before serving. 

Cut into 2-inch squares. Best if served the same day. 

Rice Krispies Treats Easter MMs

With Easter plans up in the air, have you determine what your family will d if we are still in quarantine? I will try to keep things as normal as possible and serve the kids these fun Easter Rice Krispies treats to keep the Easter spirit alive.

I don’t know about your kids but mine will devour these quickly. They are great for snack time, dessert and an occasional breakfast treat.

Easter Rice Krispie Treats

Do you have any Easter plans yet? Would your kids enjoy these Easter Rice Krispies Treats?

icecreamnstickyfingers

Christy has three children. She has over 22 years of parenting experience, including parenting as a young mom, a single parent, and dealing with chronic illness/pain. When she isn't writing, you can find her coloring, playing Candy Crush, and listening to Taylor Swift.

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