Friday, March 7, 2014

St. Patrick's Day Rice Krispie Treats!

These may not look like Rice Krispie Treats, but trust me they are.  Nestled beneath that Leprechaun Hat is a big green treat.


A BIG GREEN Rice Krispie Treat.
When the hats come off, the Krispies come out...Serve them up or down.
Either way they taste great.  I know, there were five hats...
Here's how~
Find mini Leprechaun hats at the dollar store.
Snip the elastic off the hat, unless you have a little leprechaun who wants to wear it.
Mix up a regular batch of Rice Krispie Treats and add green food coloring.
Spray the inside of the hats with Pam.
Press the green Rice Krispie Treat inside all five of the hats.
Insert a shamrock straw in the Rice Krispie.
Eat one and say the recipe only made four.
 
Here's a look at a few treats from the past~
I Mustache, are you Irish?
 
Irish you a Happy St. Patrick's Day!
 


14 comments:

  1. What an easy way to make cute treats for St. Patrick's Day.

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    1. Yep, this really was one of the easiest treats I've made!

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  2. I would have never looked at those little hats in the store and thought "rice krispie treats". Simple and so cute. from,twobeautifulgirls

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    1. It seems I never see things for what they were meant to be! :)

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  3. I came looking for your adorable sheep and found these tasty treats! Yum yum yum and so cute!

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    1. Sorry you didn't find the sheep, they're here on the blog...somewhere! :)

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  4. wow what an impact and yet so simple! :)

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    1. It's so fun to make something so simple have an impact!

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  5. What a sweet surprise under that hat!!! I love RKT's :)

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  6. Love the treats and absolutely love how you added the easy to access past treats. Thank you so much for doing that. I'm your forever fan.

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    1. Thanks so much Lexy, I'm glad you a forever fan!

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