The Partiologist: Daisy Rice Krispie Treats!

Daisy Rice Krispie Treats!

Today it's more than just a Rice Krispie Treat.  Really, on my blog it's always more than a Rice Krispie Treat isn't it?  This time it's a Daisy Rice Krispie Treat you can eat petal by petal.  When I found this pan, I really wanted the imprint of the daisy petals and center to stand out.  I knew I could bake a cake like it's intended use, but I knew I wanted more.  And I know you want more too.

Daisy Rice Krispie Treats

Now you see what I'm talking about?

Each petal is a treat, topped with candy melts.

It was almost the birthday cake, until I came up with this idea.

By pressing the rice Krispie mixture into each petal, then topping with candy melts, you've got more than a daisy.

You've got a special Daisy Rice Krispie Treat!


Let's take a quick look.

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Do you like that option?

The silicone daisy pan, along with candy melts and rice Krispie treat mixture is all you need.

Fill Wilton candy bags with white white candy melts and melt in microwave at half power, 30 second intervals.

Fill the bottom of each petal cavity.

Fill the center with yellow candy melts.

Freeze until solid.

Remove candy melts from pan.

Spray the daisy mold with cooking spray.

Mix up your RKT mixture and press into pan.

Refrigerate until firm.

Remove from pan.

Top each RKT with melted candy melts and add the petals and center.

Assemble the daisy and you're good to go.


























Everything IS coming up Daisies!























One petal or two?


12 comments :

  1. So pretty! It's the perfect use for that daisy pan.

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    1. That's exactly what I thought! Thanks! :)

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  2. prettiest rkt daisy ever!🌼😊

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  3. That is such a cute idea! LOVE rice crispy treats. :-D

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    1. Thank you so much! I do LOVE RKT as well! :)

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  4. Adorable. Great job as usual.

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  5. So cute. I have always wondered how you get the candy melts so even in the bottom of your pans and how do you know how much to put in? from,twobeautifulgirls

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    1. I wish I had a scientific answer, all I can say is, I just fill the bottom until it is covered and shake the pan a bit so it will smooth out. Happy you like it!

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