For my sister’s Pink & Gold Ballerina baby shower I wanted to make something homemade and not too fussy that would add some variety to the dessert table and look super-cute! These rice crispy pops were just the trick! These are so darn easy to make and make a great impact for your baby shower, birthday or special occasion!
What you need:
- lollipop sticks
- thin gold ribbon
- box Rice Krispies
- bag marshmallows
- sprinkles (I used white nonpareils)
- Wilton pink chocolate melts (or substitute white almond bark or chocolate with food coloring)
- 9 x 12 glass pan
- large sauce pan
- microwave-safe bowl
- sharp knife
- wax paper
How To: Make Rice Krispie treats according to recipe on cereal box. Spread in large glass pan and sprinkle the top with white sprinkles. Let set and cool. Cut with knife into desired size rectangles. Remove and stick with lollipop sticks. Temper chocolate melts in microwave-safe bowl until pliable enough for dipping. Lay out wax paper for drying. Dip each pop in the melted chocolate, let excess drip off and set on wax paper to cool. Tie ribbons onto the ends and serve on pretty trays.
The Rice Crispy (Krispie) Treat pops matched the dark pink fondant dots on the cupcakes and just beefed up the look of the dessert table, which I wanted to be a focal point in the baby shower decorations. Guests loved the treats and they were easy to take home to hungry hubbies and kids. I especially like putting the sprinkles into the treats to give some extra color and crunch!
Since I am co-hosting a baby shower next week for my cousin who is having a baby boy, I think I might make these but switch the pink for blue!
Hi Chanel!! They are sooooo easy to make and look cute!! Please post a pic on here when you’re done!! Wow, I can’t wait to meet you in July 🙂
Hi Kristen! I came across this post on Pinterest and I am love, love, loving these treats…actually so much that I shared them on my page everythingashleyanne.com 🙂
Hi Ashley! Thank you so much for the link back and the kind words on your blog! These are the easiest to make and garnered so many “oohs” and “ahhs,” I’m so glad you like them! Thanks again for sharing 🙂