Krispy Chocolate Dipped Eggs for Easter

Diane Hidey —  April 7, 2012 — 2 Comments

Have any old plastic Easter Eggs around your house? There are two fun pins I found for them.

First, a fun Easter snake out of old plastic Easter egg halves. Such a cute idea. Thanks Mom to 3 Blessings for this fun kids craft.

Rice cereal treats in plastic eggs

The second one is from Better Homes and Garden and this is the one I made today!

It is so easy to make these delicious eggs.

Melt 1 cup butter and 1 bag of marshmallows in the microwave. I used mini mallows so they melted quicker. Stir frequently.

Add in 4 cups of Rice Krispie treats. I used gluten-free so all my friends could enjoy!

Once combined, put a few spoonfuls of the mixture into each side of the greased plastic egg. Push together tightly.

I found that the key was over stuff and then smashing! A very fun project. The more compact the treat, the better it stood up to the next step.

Once cooled, I dipped the bottom/flat end of the eggs into melted chocolate. Then I dipped them into various cake/cookie decorations. Put on a greased surface to set. Serve to lots of Oohs and Ahs!!

Diane Hidey

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2 responses to Krispy Chocolate Dipped Eggs for Easter

  1. Great ideas! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Emily Woodhouse April 8, 2012 at 2:42 AM

    Thanks for giving such funny & useful idea about old Easter eggs. I’ll try them. Cool post. Happy Easter.

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