Easter Rice Krispie Pops

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   When I saw these Rice Krispie Pops over at Love from the Oven the first thing I thought was, my girls would LOVE these! They are so easy to make, and so darling! I think their the cutest Easter treats I’ve seen around blog land! How about a store bought (to make life easier) Rice Krispie treat, dipped in candy coating, covered in sprinkles and peeps! So yum, so cute!


   Go ahead and whip up a batch of homemade rice krispie treats, if you have time. They’d probably taste better, but I still love the store bought ones too. Their delish, and make the process a lot easier and faster. The kids had a blast helping me make these. They sure did lick tons of the candy coating and ate lots of sprinkles, but did’nt eat one rice krispie treat. Go figure. lol 



Easter Rice Krispie Pops

Idea from: Love from the Oven

  • 1 box (8 count) Rice Krispie treats (or homemade)

  • 8 (6 inch) candy/sucker sticks

  • Candy coating (white, pink, yellow, purple)

  • Sprinkles

  • Marshmellow Peeps

  • Cellophane treat bags with ties (optional)


Directions:  Unwrap Krispie treats from wrappers. Stick the sucker sticks at the bottom end of each krispie treat.

Melt candy coating according to package directions. With a spoon, spread a 1/2 tablespoon of coating onto one side of krispie treat. Decorate with sprinkles, and/or peeps. Let dry before eating : )


*Note: If using peeps, you’ll need to cut them in half, lengthwise, so their thinner and will stick onto the pop.



Linked up at:  Trick or Treat Tuesday


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24 thoughts on “Easter Rice Krispie Pops

  1. These are both cute and clever. I sending this on to my daughters who will use your instructions and recipe. Have a great day. Blessings…Mary

  2. Holly I agree these are the cutest easter treats I’ve seen. Your blog is my favorite!!!!! I check it everyday. Thank youfor all your fantastic recipes!!!!

  3. What a terrific idea! I’ve been planning to have my gr’kids make rice krispy treats with me when they’re here for brunch on Sat. You’ve just answered my question on how we would form them. Thanks so much –

  4. What a fun and easy food craft for kids to help with. And I love that you cut the peeps in half…I guess we will just have to eat the leftover peep butt:-) Thanks for sharing!!!!

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