Thursday, October 29, 2009

Easy Halloween Rice Crispy Treats

Here is my take on a quick Halloween Treat, specially if you have to make 50 ( like I did). I make my own Rice Crispy Treats, some how I think they are healthier than the ones you get at the store.





INGREDIENTS:



.1/2 a stick of butter or margarine

.10 oz. bag of marshmallows

6 cups of rice crispy cereal




PROCEDURE:



. Melt the butter on double boil
. Stir in marshmallows and mix until soft.


.Add the rice crispy cereal and stir until all the cereal is covered with the marshmallow mix.











I was going to make the treats right away so I just spread the mix on a cookie sheet and let it dry for a little. If you want to store the rice crispy for later use, just drop the mix on plastic paper and wrap it really tight.

(This is the same recipe that I use to make my cake toppers. Rice crispy treats are use to make figures and shapes. If you are going to make a figure for a cake topper make sure to add some shortening to your hands.)








To get the shapes of the treats I just use a ghost cookie cutter.








I inserted cookie sticks on them.
















Using a Tip # 2 and black royal icing I made the eyes and mouth.


To finish the treats off I melted white chocolate and just pour it here and there to make them look like a "mummy ghost" = Combination of a mummy and a ghost. ( if such a thing exists!)


Enjoy!!!


































7 comments:

Lori R. said...

These treats were a staple at my house, when my kids were growing up...great breakfast item to grab when running out the door.

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Tutu Fairy said...

"Mummy Ghost" PERFECT! I love it!

I'll have to make these tonight with Madison :)

cookies and cups said...

very cute!

The Cooking Photographer said...

Lol these are too cute Kathia! I need to make these for Christmas, in a different shape of course!

How are you doing? What have you been up to lately?

Laura

The Cooking Photographer said...

Just thinking about you and hope you're having a happy night.

Laura

Avanika [YumsiliciousBakes] said...

I've always wondered how to make Rice Krispy Treats!! I've only read about the, and they aren't really popular here in India!

Snooky doodle said...

thanks alot for the recipe :)
these halloween decoration are awesome. so nice!

this is my new blog link its my second blog with recipes. changed the name
http://maltesebakes.blogspot.com/

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