White Chocolate Rice Krispies Birthday Treat Pops
When I was a child we always made rice crispy treats and ginger biscuits. In fact, making rice crispy buns was my favourite and something I would make whenever I had to take a plate of goodies to the school fair.
Today I have a super cute recipe for white chocolate rice crispy treat pops. It’s kind of funny as I have both a UK and USA audience here at The Inspiration Edit so I am not sure whether to call these rice crispy pops or Rice Krispy pops.
Oh well, they look good and taste even better and that’s what’s most important right?
Chocolate Rice Krispies Birthday Treat Pops
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Ingredients For These Rice Krispy Pops
- white melting chocolate
- paper straws
- rice krispies treats
- wax paper
- plastic straw
Tomnk 225PCS Stripe Paper Straw Drinking for Carious Drinking Decorations Parties Birthday Parties Weddings etc. with all the color of the rainbowKellogg’s Rice Krispies Treats, Original Mini Squares Snack Bars, 0.39 Ounce Package (Pack of 50)Wilton 710-1177 Flower Medley Food Decoration, Bright, 2.4-Ounce
How To Make Rice Krispy Pops
Lay a large piece of wax paper across your counter. Less mess, less stress! Unwrap all of your rice krispies treats and set them to the side.
Using a microwave or a double boiler, melt your white chocolate.
If the consistency is too thick, add a small amount of vegetable oil and stir.
Pour your melted white chocolate into a small bowl or cup and set aside.
Now it’s time to place the straws into your treats.
One at a time, press the plastic straw into the bottom of the treat.
The paper straws are not strong enough to pierce the treat.
Once you have done this to all of the rice krispies treats you will dip the end of your paper straws into the melted white chocolate and place them into the holes you have made.
Allow your treats to dry before moving onto the next step.
Dip the end of the rice krispies treats into the white chocolate and while still wet, coat with your favourite sprinkles.
Lay coated treat onto wax paper and allow to dry completely before moving. Follow this step with the remaining treats.
Once your treats have dried you can tie the pops up with cellophane and ribbon.
These party treats will be an instant hit!
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About Angela Milnes
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Teacher who specialises in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has studied nutrition for children and taught adults cooking skills. Angela loves to share family meals and easy instant pot recipes here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!
Tracy Nixon (@tracyknixon) says
What a lovely idea! If you poke the stick right through (so it pops out at the top), you could call them Rainbow Unicorn Pops!
Alice Gilkes says
Great idea and they sound delicious.
oh thanks. They are super tasty to eat!
Sally Collingwood says
Looks like fun to make!