I am loving these AWESOME Rice Krispie Treat Easter Eggs, they are SO simple and adorable! The kids will love these and I can’t lie, my husband and I enjoyed them A LOT as well!
These are soooo easy to make, you basically use your Rice Krispie Treats Recipe and use plastic eggs to create the shapes. These Rice Krispie Eggs did not take any time at all and they most definitely didn’t last very long in my house!
This whole process takes almost no time at all and my kids ADORED them. They also looked super cute and it didn’t take much longer than making regular Rice Krispie Treats!
I made mine in pink and purple, but you can make any kind of fun Easter colors, like teal or yellow, just make sure you get that color dye for your Rice Krispie Treats. These are incredibly easy and they’re delicious, your whole family will love them.
Once you make your original butter and marshmallow mix, you’ll split it into two different bowls and mix in the food coloring of your choice with the Rice Krispies in each one and there you have it, colorful Rice Krispies.
Once you’ve shaped these into eggs your family will love the fun colors and shapes, so be sure to check out this amazing recipe. This is also an easy way to have fun with the kids while baking a great treat!
Rice Krispie Treat Easter Eggs Recipe
Here is all you’ll need to make this delicious Rice Krispie Treat Easter Eggs:
6 Cups of Rice Krispies Cereal
1 1-0 oz Bag of Mini Marshmallows
6 TBSP Butter
Plastic Easter Eggs
Pam nonstick spray
Here is how you’ll make this great recipe:
Melt butter and marshmallows together in a microwave-safe bowl in the microwave, stir occasionally while cooking
Split this mixture into two different bowls
Add the food coloring of your choice into this mixture in one of the bowls, then add half of the Rice Krispies to that bowl and mix together
Repeat this same action with your other food coloring choice, add in the Rice Krispies and mix together
Use the plastic eggs and spray them with Pam, then begin stuffing your Rice Krispies mixture into the plastic eggs for shaping
Remove your Rice Krispies from the plastic eggs and there you have it, a yummy Rice Krispie Treat Easter Eggs.
Rice Krispie Treat Easter Eggs
I am loving these AWESOME Rice Krispies Eggs, they are SO simple and adorable! The kids will love these and I can't lie, my husband and I enjoyed them A LOT as well!
- 6 Cups of Rice Krispies Cereal
- 1 10 oz Bag of Mini Marshmallows
- 6 TBSP Butter
- Plastic Easter Eggs
- Pam nonstick spray
- Melt butter and marshmallows together in a microwave-safe bowl in the microwave, stir occasionally while cooking
- Split this mixture into two different bowls
- Add the food coloring of your choice into this mixture in one of the bowls, then add half of the Rice Krispies to that bowl and mix together
- Repeat this same action with your other food coloring choice, add in the Rice Krispies and mix together
- Use the plastic eggs and spray them with Pam, then begin stuffing your Rice Krispies mixture into the plastic eggs
- Remove your Rice Krispies from the plastic eggs and there you have it, a yummy Rice Krispie Egg.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 18 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 123Total Fat: 4gSaturated Fat: 3gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 21mgSodium: 96mgCarbohydrates: 21gFiber: 0gSugar: 10gProtein: 1g
Can you use 4 different colors if I make double batch split into four bowls?
FORGET THE EGGS! Mine turned out as if they were on an episode of Nailed It!
Just grab a glob of tinted Rice Krispies/marshmallow and form it into an egg shape! I sprayed my hands with Pam and just rolled them and formed them. Much easier!! Bingo Bango!
Used 3 colors. Divided recipe into 3 bowls. Microwaved each bowl separately added color & shaped treats before microwaving next bowl. This kept the treats from hardening making it less difficult to work
Any suggestions on how to not have the dye transfer? We loved making these and sharing these with friends this week but when eating them the dye transferred to our fingers, teeth, and tongues…made for a bit of a hard mess to clean up. Loved the concept though, so easy, fun and cute but not sure I would make again with the mess of the dye…
Can you tell me how many eggs the recipe made? I have 12 grandchildren and I would like to make them 2 each. Thanks Ginger
Where are the plastic easter eggs from please?
You can grab the Easter Eggs anywhere. I probably found mine at Target or Walmart. Dollar stores carry them also! Hobby Lobby is another idea.
How big is the marshmallow bag that was used in the recipe….weight?
You will need to use the small 10 oz bag of marshmallows
do you put in frig. or freezer and if so how long. Or how long in egg before you remove them
About how many eggs does one batch make?
It made quite a few, Maybe 24 it will depend on the size egg you use
How many eggs does one recipe make?
ENTER YOUR COMMENT HEREhow big is the marsh mellows bag?
I believe they are 12 ounces.