Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Candy Corn Rice Krispie Treats!

CANDY CORN RICE KRISPIE TREATS - OCTOBER - 2011
I created an easy way to make Candy Corn Rice Krispie Treats - YES - It has now taken the world by storm!
 
Grab a bag of Jet-Puffed Marshmallows and a box of Rice Krispies.
While I was melting the butter and marshmallows, I added some food coloring but first I saved some of the plain white.
Started with some yellow coloring~
Then added it to some of the rice krispies.
Then made some orange marshmallow and added it to the rice krispies~
After mixing it all together, I pressed it around a greased cake pan and it should look like this when you're done.  Didn't have time to take photos in between cuz I didn't want it to get hard!
See, you know where I'm going with this don't you??
After it sets up, flip it over on a cutting board~
And then slice it up like a pizza!
Perfect little candy corn shapes!
Then you can tie them up for gift giving~
Aren't they just the cutest??
Now, if you have any left over colored rice krispies and you haven't eaten it already, make some little round cakes~
And wrap them up like Smarties~
I would feel honored if you would like to call me "Smartie Pants"!
I hope I put some Snap, Crackle and Pop in your week!
 The Partiologist


27 comments:

  1. This one takes the cake- well, candy corn! My favorite thus far- and I'm off to the store to try this with my little one today. Thanks for the great ideas!

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  2. The round pan and slices is very clever! These make very cute wrapped treats for little (and adult)goblins!

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  3. What a neat idea, they look so tasty.

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  4. You really are a SMARTY pants!!! Your creativity is limitless, and I'm so happy you're willing to share your awesome ideas with us! Thanks, Kim !!!

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  5. Love this! I have a lot of Rice Krispies from a good sale a while back and needed inspiration. This is perfect!

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  6. Genius!! I never would have figured that out in a million years!

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  7. Oh my gosh those are just amazing, so creative. I wish I could make homemade treats for my daughters class party these would be it for sure. from, twobeautifulgirls

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  8. What a great idea! Will probably make these as a b-day treat for my son's b-day which is on Halloween.

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  9. oh wow! I love this! but I hate making rice krispie treats :( too sticky!!

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  10. Kim, You are THE most amazing person I know. Of all the blogs so far, I LOVE these Rice K corn candies. Love you, Marjean

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  11. We love these and just featured them on our Fun Finds Friday...
    http://kitchenfunwithmy3sons.blogspot.com/2011/10/fun-finds-friday_21.html
    Feel free to stop by and grab a featured button!

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  12. How did you get your three rows of different colors so even and perfect? These are spectacular!

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  13. Thanks for all your comments!! Katie - I used a smaller round pan and pushed it around inside the circle. You could use a soup can or something straight up and round. Does that make sense? I should have taken photos, but I was working fast!

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  14. I love rice crispy treats and this idea is so awesome for a Halloween treat. Great idea.

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  15. These are so cute and actually MAYBE something I could make!

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  16. That is candy corn brilliance!! What a fun way to do rice krispie treats!

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  17. Awesome! Do you remember how much food coloring, crispies, and marshmallows you used for each part of this? Or did you just eye ball it?

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  18. So sorry Sohni, I didn't measure anything - just eye balled it!

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  19. These are so cute! I'm going to attempt to make them right now for the kiddos Halloween Party in my neighborhood! I've seen other candy corns where they just layered the different colored rice krispies and cut into triangles but these are way cuter! :)

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  20. These are adorable! Don't laugh but I have yet to make my first Crispy Treats. These are so festive and pretty!

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  21. Hard to believe you misspelled Krispies so many times, when the correct way is right on your box!

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    1. Wow, I'm so sorry I missed that I'll go back and change it right away. Thanks so much for pointing it out!

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  22. what did you mean with this comment ???"I hope I put some Snap, Crackle and Pop in your week!"

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    1. Oh, you may not be familiar with Kelloggs Rice Krispies - they have in their commercial "snap, crackle, pop - rice krispies!" So, what I mean is, I hope I inspired you to make these rice kirspie treats.

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  23. What a neat idea!! Everyone loves rice Krispie squares :) I'm making thies for my co- workers (working Halloween night) shold be fun :)))

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