Easy Carrot Rice Krispie Treats

Easy Carrot Rice Krispie Treats

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Earlier this week I shared a Krispie Treat Bunny recipe that is made from homemade treats.

This time we are taking a short cut for a quick and easy treat that will steal the show this Easter.

INGREDIENTS
4 Rice Krispie Treats
6 oz Orange Candy Melting Chips (like Wilton)
Edible Easter Grass or Rips Whips Candy

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DIRECTIONS
Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper and set aside.
Cut each treat in half lengthwise, then cut each of them in half diagonally.
Take each piece and insert a toothpick in the flat end and place on prepared sheet.
Place in freezer for to minutes.

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Melt orange candy by microwaving for 30 seconds, stirring and repeating until melted and smooth.
Pick up each by toothpick and either dip or spoon melted candy over each “carrot” to cover completely.
Return to sheet.
Place in refrigerator for 15 minutes.
Cut several 1″ pieces of the Easter grass or Whips for each carrot.
Take each carrot and carefully remove toothpick. Use the toothpick to enlarge the hole big enough to insert the grass.

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There you have it! Super quick and easy!

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Rice Krispie Treats Carrots
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Ingredients
  • 4 Rice Krispie Treats
  • 6 oz Orange Candy Melting Chips (like Wilton)
  • Edible Easter Grass or Rips Whips Candy
Instructions
  1. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper and set aside.
  2. Cut each treat in half lengthwise, then cut each of them in half diagonally.
  3. Take each piece and insert a toothpick in the flat end and place on prepared sheet.
  4. Place in freezer for to minutes.
  5. Melt orange candy by microwaving for 30 seconds, stirring and repeating until melted and smooth.
  6. Pick up each by toothpick and either dip or spoon melted candy over each "carrot" to cover completely.
  7. Return to sheet.
  8. Place in refrigerator for 15 minutes.
  9. Cut several 1" pieces of the Easter grass or Whips for each carrot.
  10. Take each carrot and carefully remove toothpick. Use the toothpick to enlarge the hole big enough to insert the grass.

 

Comments

  1. PuffyBiggler says:

    These are so clever. Thanks for sharing!

  2. These are super easy. I’ll have to get these for a few little extras

  3. These are so adorable! 🙂

  4. Debbie Welchert says:

    These are so cute. I am going to love making these for my grandchildren. I think they will like them

  5. Richard Hicks says:

    These are so cute and I know the kids would love them!

  6. shelly peterson says:

    What a super cute and fun idea! I love how easy this is, the kids would enjoy these.

  7. Nicole Dziedzic says:

    Super cute way to make Rice Krispie treats, these would be great as a centerpiece on the table, kind of like a edible arrangement.

  8. Maria C says:

    So smart. I’ve got to try this asap. Thanks for sharing

  9. courtney b says:

    I saw these on pinterest already and thought they were super cute but are they yummy? I’m dying to know ! ! ! I love the cute little look and the grass puts the finishing touches on it ! !

  10. Sarah L says:

    Those came out so cute! Good shortcut with the premade treats.

  11. Dawn Monzu says:

    That is such a GREAT idea! At first I was thinking “what is the orange?”. That is awesome! As a matter of fact I didn’t even know they had edible Easter grass. Pretty cool stuff!

  12. Elena says:

    Looks so cute! I love this idea

  13. David Fultner says:

    Now I get. These can out great.

  14. These are so cute and creative. Kudo’s to who ever came up with such a cool idea.

  15. Rosie says:

    wow – I’m amazed – I’ve never seen anything like it! And shhh it’s easy! and definitely fun, I must do this!

  16. G K says:

    These are cute for any time of year! There are so many shapes and colors you could do.

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