The Partiologist: Neapolitan Rice Krispie Treats!

Neapolitan Rice Krispie Treats!

I think I'm done seeing green for awhile - so I'm taking you back to Sweet Pink, Brown & White.  And my Neapolitan Rice Krispie Treats!
It was only appropriate that I make these little Rice Krispie Treats for the baby shower.  They were perfect for my theme, and I love Rice Krispie Treats!

I made them in a bread loaf pan...Three layers of goodness - Chocolate, Plain and Strawberry.  Here's how~
Didn't have Cocoa Krispies - so I added Cocoa to Plain Rice Krispies.
After melting the marshmallows and butter~
I poured it over the chocolate rice krispies and pressed it in a greased loaf pan.  Then I made the plain layer and pressed it on top of the chocolate~
And on top of the plain layer, I made a strawberry layer~
Strawberry Mallows - they are Berry-Licious!
I layered the strawberry layer over the plain layer (did you notice I forgot to take photos of the Chocolate and Strawberry layer - oops!)  I think you've got the idea though.
Then I popped it out of the pan~
And sliced~
I sliced them in half one more time before serving.  So we could all have more!  And if I were having an ice cream party - I would have added little Popsicle sticks to each! 
 

Neapolitan Rice Krispie Treats

The Partiologist

For the Vanilla Layer
3 tablespoons butter or margarine
1 package (10 oz., about 40) regular marshmallows
6 cups Rice Krispies cereal


For the Chocolate Layer
3 tablespoons butter or margarine
1 package (10 oz., about 40) regular marshmallows
6 cups Cocoa Krispies cereal or 6 cups Rice Krispies with added cocoa powder


For the Strawberry Layer
3 tablespoons butter or margarine
1 package (10 oz., about 40) strawberry marshmallows
6 cups Rice Krispies cereal

Generously spray your loaf pan with cooking spray.


Vanilla Layer - melt the butter in a large pot over medium-low heat. Add the marshmallows and stir continuously until they have melted completely. Quickly stir in the rice cereal until it is completely coated. Pour the mixture into your prepared pan. Spray your hands with cooking spray and then firmly press the marshmallow covered cereal into the pan. Place the pan in the refrigerator.


Chocolate Layer - melt the butter in a large pot over medium-low heat. Add the marshmallows and stir continuously until they have melted completely. Quickly stir in the Cocoa Krispie cereal until it is completely coated. Pour the mixture on top of the vanilla layer in your prepared pan. Again, spray your hands with cooking spray and then firmly press the marshmallow covered cereal into the pan. Place the pan in the refrigerator.

Strawberry Layer - melt the butter &
marshmallows in a large pot over medium-low heat. Quickly stir in the rice cereal until it is completely coated. Pour the mixture on top of the chocolate layer in your prepared pan. Spray your hands with cooking spray and then firmly press the marshmallow covered cereal into the pan. Place the pan in the refrigerator.

When the treats have cooled completely, remove them from the pan. Place them on a cutting board. Then cut each large slice into smaller squares.
I can't wait to show you what I've got for Easter!!

Got Krispies?  Make Treats!
 

29 comments :

  1. What a great idea, Kim! And they look adorable in those colors... thanks for sharing!

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  2. They are so cute! What a fun treat for a summer party with the popsicle stick added! (and maybe even one I can make:) )

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    1. You should totally add the popsicle sticks for your pool parties!

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  3. I love this! So pretty. How creative you are!

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  4. oooh! So fun! Maxwell had a great idea too about putting the popsicle sticks in for a summer treat! That strawberry layer looks too delicious!!

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    1. Thanks Kristen! Yes, I thought that adding popsicle sticks for summer would be fun. And they're pretty easy to make!

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  5. I love these, Kim! What a wonderful idea!!!!

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  6. wow such a great idea, this is something I will be trying real soon...thanks

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  7. Just saw this on FB through SugarBelle. I made these for my daughter's Neapolitan Bday party, they are in the freezer waiting. Oh darn, I had to eat the "scraps" that I cut from the edges. I also used CHOCOLATE 'mallows for the chocolate layer (& chocolate krispies,)added 1/2 tsp vanilla to the vanilla layer and 1/2 tsp strawberry extract to the sberry layer. WAY good!

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    1. Oh yes, that sounds great - more chocolatey flavor! Thanks for coming by! Wait until you see my Easter Treats!

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  8. Finding these on Pinterest tonight has made me giddy! I seriously can't wait to make a batch.

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    1. YEA! So happy to make someone giddy! Come by for my Easter party and you'll be sure to find more to make!

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  9. These look fantastic. We are a rice krispie loving family. I am sure to make these!

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    1. I don't think anyone grows out of rice krispie treats!

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  10. I just added these to me todo list YUM and beautiful to boot

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  11. Looks really great and yummy! I love how simple this treats are! Thanks for sharing them! Would love to grab some yummy treats while designing scrapbook pages!

    Annabella Merlin
    Creative Photo Albums

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    1. You're very welcome! Thanks for coming by!

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  12. Do these keep for a few days?

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    1. Yes, if you wrap them tightly, or you can wrap and freeze for a few weeks!

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  13. Love everything...the cake is just DIVINE!!!

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  14. Thanks for the great idea! I found chocolate/Vanilla Marshmallows that I used for the chocolate layer. They are cooling now, can't wait to sneak a bite :-)

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  15. I just made these for a bake sale! Instead of the strawberry marshmellow I used 1/3 cup of strawberry milk mix and they turned out great! I also used chocolate milk powder for the chocolate layer!

    Thanks for the great idea!

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  16. What size pan did you use? I'm intending to make these for my birthday but the measurements seem rather large for the size pan I'm gonna use so I need to know which you pan size you used by Tuesday, July 12th (if possible) to see if I need to make a quantity adjustment to the recipe.

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    1. I used the large size bread loaf pan and I think it made two pans. It's been so long, I may have to remake the RKT bars and repost! :)

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