Today I am sharing an all time favorite treat…. “Rice Krispies!” I followed the simple and basic Kellogg’s Rice Krispie Recipe you can find here. However, I did half my batch with 4 tbsp. of peanut butter mixed in. I also died half the batch of rice krispies with red food coloring. The rest of the batch I left original.
After all of the rice krispies were made I melted some vanilla candy melts and dipped half the rice krispies into the melted chocolates. I added some valentine heart confetti sprinkles and I was done. Tip: Spray some wax paper with Pam while your Rice Krispies are drying either with or without the dipped melted chocolates. If you dip the treats, let them chill in the fridge on a sprayed with Pam cookie sheet.
Serve them with some cold milk and on some cute paper dollie hearts, MY KIDS WERE TICKLED PINK!
……This is a sweet treat to make for anyone that you LOVE!
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Valentine's cookies. They were super simple! I made about 100 of them for my daughter's 6 1/2 birthday treat for her class. Great pin! The thing that took the longest was putting them in individual bags. Super cute!
"Some Hearts Beat, but my heart BOUNCES for you!" Valentines! #nocandyvalentines