Rice Krispie Treats

Easy enough for kids to make, Rice Krispie squares contain just three ingredients. Our recipe collection includes traditional squares, chocolate dipped squares, and multicolored Rice Krispie squares made with either marshamallow creme or fresh marshmallows.

How to Make Rice Krispie Treats

If you have childhood memories of learning how to make rice crispy treats in the kitchen with your mom, you're not alone. Rice crispy treats date back to 1939 when Mildred Day, then an employee of the Kellogg's company, first concocted the delectable snacks for a bake sale to raise funds for the Campfire Girls. The recipe appeared on the Kellogg's Rice Krispies® box in 1941 and has been an American favorite ever since. These days, you can even buy them pre-packaged and ready to eat, but what fun would that be? Making rice crispy treats yourself is nearly as satisfying as eating them.

Rice Krispies Trees

Family Circle

Take this classic kid dessert up a few notches by crafting them into edible trees. Wrap them up as food gifts for teachers, babysitters or neighbors.

Sweet Sushi

Parents

Crispy Cereal Cutouts

Better Homes and Gardens

Enlist kids to help cut shapes--snow people, critters, and toys--for these easy no-bake cookies.

Total: 1 hr

Eat-'em-Up Ghost

Better Homes and Gardens

Shape marshmallow-coated crisp rice cereal in ghost shapes, then coat with white candy for a merry, not so scary, Halloween party treat.

White-as-a-Ghost Pops

Better Homes and Gardens

Crispy rice treats shaped into ghostly figures and coated in white make for spooky but tasty Halloween cookies.

White Chocolate-Cranberry Crispy Treats

Better Homes and Gardens

White-as-a-Ghost Pops

Parents

Crispy rice treats shaped into ghostly figures and coated in white make for spooky but tasty Halloween cookies.

Total: 30 mins
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