Rice Krispie Treat Chicks

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    If your kids are like mine, they love Rice Krispie Treats.  I can still remember the looks on their faces the first time they tried them.  Ever since that day, they love for me to incorporate them somehow into each holiday’s festivities.  Most of the time I don’t complain because, not only are they pretty easy to make, but they taste great too!

    This Rice Krispie Treat Chicks recipe is very easy for busy Working Moms to make.  That is why I tried to make this one as easy as possible by including store bought Rice Krispie treats that are already made which makes the whole process a little easier.  All you have to do is buy them at your local grocery store and then carve them according to your health needs.  This is a great snack to eat and go.

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Ingredients –

1 8 ct package of Kellogg’s Rice Krispie Treats
Wilton yellow gel icing
Wilton black gel icing
Wilton yellow sprinkles
Baby chick cookie cutter
*Wilton products are located in the Wilton aisle/section at major retailers

Directions –

1.  Open each treat and discard the wrappers.

2.  Use the baby chick cookie cutter to cut each Rice Krispie Treat into a
baby chick shape (see photo).

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3.  Use the Wilton yellow gel icing to outline the baby chick and then
fill him in the rest of the way using the yellow icing (see photo).

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4.  Sprinkle with yellow Wilton sprinkles.

5.  Use the the Wilton black gel icing to make one eye on each baby chick.

6.  Repeat with all the baby chicks.

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7.  Once all the chicks are frosted, sprinkled and each have an eye use
the Wilton yellow icing once again to make a sideways ‘V’ for the baby
chicks wing (optional, but cute).

*Makes 8 servings. 1 Baby Chick = 1 serving.

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Let’s Discuss:  What are some of your favorite Easter recipes or treats?

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Comments

  1. These are so adorable! I would be enjoying all of the scraps while I make them 🙂

  2. Those are so cute! What a fantastic idea!

  3. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says

    Those are beyond cute. I think my boys would get a huge kick out of these 🙂

  4. Jennifer Williams says

    Those are so cute and look easy. I think I am the only person alive that has issues trying to make rice kirspie treats. I keep trying but they never turn out right. Hopefully these will, they would make cute decorations on our table for Easter.

  5. Oh they are so cute, what a lovely idea – though not sure I could bare to bite into one. x

  6. This would be so fun to do with my Grandkids. I always like having fun things for them to do to keep them busy… This they could eat after we finish. They are too cute to eat though.

  7. This.is.brilliant. I have never thought to use pre made treats like this! This will be a go to from now on. easy peasy and the kiddos will love it!

  8. Aww these are adorable and they remind me of my most favorite treat at this time of year. And what would that be you are probably asking yourself–well PEEPS of course!!

  9. Ah what a really cute idea! They came out so nice and neat, Rice Krispie treats are the best!

  10. These are so cute! I love how simple they are too. I will have to make these this year.

  11. These are so cute and looks perfect to make for Easter coming up, I’ll have to surely give them a try!

  12. thelesleyshow says

    My kids would love these! Way better than peeps.

  13. What a fantastic idea! They look like peeps, and i don’t like those! But these? Would be a huge hit in my house we all love rice Krispy and icing! Mmm so cute

  14. Catherine S says

    These chicks came out so great. They would be perfect for Easter, I can’t wait to make them.

  15. Those are so cute! I will have to make these with my little ones.

  16. Absolutely adorable! I usually make peanut butter eggs, but may have to add this to the lineup this year too!

  17. Debbie Denny says

    These are adorable. Love this idea.

  18. really cute! I bet these were a hit with the kids. Very creative

  19. Those don’t look hard to do at all, and they’re cute. I’m pinning them for Easter. 🙂

  20. This is not only the cutest edible ever, but also so easy to make! I love the idea and I am totally doing it with the kids

  21. I haven’t been able to make these. I went through a couple of months of making them a couple of times a week. My kids love them and they are fairly inexpensive. I love your little festive decor. Super cute.

  22. You could make them with homemade rice krispie treats too. I prefer those to the ones that come pre packaged.

  23. These are super cute. At first glance I thought they were cookies. I like this idea more than cookies.

  24. I love how easy they are to make. Thanks for showing something can be made easy and still look good.

  25. Elisabeth says

    These are so cute! I love how easy they are to make!

  26. Debbie Welchert says

    What a cute and easy recipe. My grandchildren are going to love making these.

  27. Theresa Smith says

    These are so cute. My granddaughter would love these.

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