Heart Shaped Valentine's Chocolate Covered Rice Krispie Treats

January 23, 2018

What kid wouldn't love opening up their lunch box to discover these delicious heart-shaped Rice Krispie Treat?  Put a smile on your little one's face with this quick and easy Valentine's treat!

 

 

 

Hey, ya'll!  Can you believe it's nearly Valentine's Day?  This weekend I'm breaking out all of the red and pink and decking the house out in all things "amore."  Now, we don't really go all out for Valentine's.  I'll hang a few hearts up and call it a day.  I do, however love making little Valentine's Day.  My S'More Snack Mix is always a fan favorite!     Another go-to for us is this yummy Valentine's Rice Krispie Treats.  I mean, who doesn't love a Rice Krispie Treat?

 

I actually made these little guys for a baby shower I co-hosted.  They were a total hit!

 

Ingredients:

 

Rice Krispie cereal

Marshmallows

Butter

Melting chocolate

Sprinkles

 

Tip: I spray my spoon with cooking spray before I stir the marshmallows into the cereal. This prevents them from sticking to the spoon.

 

 

Instructions:

 

1.  Prepare the Rice Krispie Treats as directed on the cereal box package.  Make sure you coat your pan with non-stick spray.

 

 

2.  Once they have cooled, remove the treats from the pan in one big piece.  They should slide out relatively easily.  Place the treat on a cutting board.

 

3.  Spray a heart shaped cookie cutter with cooking spray.  Use the cookie cutter to cut out individual hearts.  Respray the cookie cutter as needed.

 

 

4.  Place the chocolate melting chips in a microwave safe bowl.  Cook in the microwave in 30 second increments until the chocolate has melted and is smooth.  Dip each of the hearts into the chocolate and decorate as you wish.  

 

 

 

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Don't forget to use the #mandmcooks if you make this recipe so we can see how it turned out!

 

Updated: 3/12/19

 

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