Sprinkletastic Rice Krispies

Sprinkletastic Rice Krispy Treat

Wow, I love that word. It is semi-obnoxious. It is also semi-awesome.

So there.

Funfetti Rice Krispy Treats

I sent these to my brother as a thank you gift for helping us settle into our new apartment. He was literally the best house guest. He cleaned. He picked up after himself. He worked tirelessly and fixed things that were broken.

Sprinkletastic Rice Krispy Treats

He didn’t complain or ask for money.

Rice Krispy Treats with Sprinkles

He was happy when we took him to that place with sushi on the conveyor belt at the mall for dinner.

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And for that he got a well deserved thank you package with rice crispy treats with an awesome new name. Don’t worry, I sent him some other stuff too. Oh, and of course, never-ending sisterly love.

That’s a lot right?

Sprinkletastic Rice Krispy Treats

  • 1 package marshmallows (10 oz)
  • 6 cups rice krispy cereal
  • 5 tbl butter
  • 2 tsp creme bouquet
  • 2 tbl sprinkles, plus more for topping

In a large saucepan, melt the butter and marshmallows, stirring frequently. Meanwhile, grease a 9×13 pan with shortening (to help with sticking). Once the marshmallow mix if fully melted, remove from heat and add in the creme bouquet and stir. Then, add in all six cups of  cereal at once and stir quickly until the rice krispies are totally coated. Add in two tablespoons sprinkles and give one last stir.

Using a rubber spatula, spread the mixture into the 9×13 pan. Grab a piece of wax paper, fold into a square and grease on side with shortening. Scatter more sprinkles on top, then press the rice krispies all over to flatten and level. Don’t press ’em too flat.  Let cool, cut and serve!

Enjoy!

– Erin

 

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9 thoughts on “Sprinkletastic Rice Krispies

  1. love it & the semi-obnoxious, semi-awesome name. let’s be honest though; it’s mostly-awesome. i need andrew to visit my house! i’ll totally bribe him with goodies like these if necessary.
    fun post:)
    xo

  2. also! i am super intrigued by this “creme boquet” stuff! i know u mentioned it in a previous post…can u post the link again?

    • Creme bouquet, yes it is a flavoring extract. It tastes a little lemony, vanilla-ish and like a ‘party’. I think it is used to flavor white cakes, I used it in my funfetti cookie bars too (check out that post). I think you can order online.

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