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Topic: Clover and Rainbow Rice Krispie Treats  (Read 968 times)
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« on: March 01, 2013 11:30:45 AM »

I made some Rice Krispie treats for Valentine's Day and wanted to make some for St. Patrick's Day too because they are so simple and delicious!
Originally posted on Instructables: http://www.instructables.com/id/Clover-and-Rainbow-Rice-Krispie-Treats/

Valentine Version: http://www.instructables.com/id/Valentine-Rice-Krispie-Treats/

What you need!
  • Rice Kripsies, Marshmallows and Butter = Rice Krispie mix  I sort of used the recipe according to Kelloggs, but I increased everything to make 10 cups of rice kripsies worth
  • Marshmallows (I think I used about a 16 oz bag)
  • Powdered Sugar (think I used about 2 lbs)
  • Food Coloring
  • Green Sprinkles or other decorations of choice
  • Corn Syrup

  • Heart Cookie Cutter or Clover Cutter - I used the smallest ones
  • Circle Cookie Cutter - about 2 inch and 3 inch diameter

Make up some Marshmallow Fondant!  It's delicious and pretty easy to make.  You can just make green and do clovers or you can go for all the colors of the rainbow.  If you want to make rainbows, remember you'll need the most of red, orange the second most and so on.  You'll need very little purple (though it depends on how many you make too).

Gotta shape your Rice Krispie treats!  I used a heart to make the clovers and a circle for the rainbows.  Makes it so you don't really have to invest in special cookie cutters, but you sure can!  If you happen to have a rainbow or clover shaped cookie cutter, use that, it will probably be easier Smiley

Cover your treats in fondant and you are set!  You can make them as fancy or as simple as you want!  They'll be delicious regardless!


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« Reply #1 on: March 16, 2013 03:41:25 PM »

What a great idea for St Patrick's Day!  Great job! 
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