Rice Krispies Treats are one of my favorite sweet snacks to dress up and get a little creative with. Whether you make them from scratch or buy the premade treats, there are so many different things you can do with them. Here are 15 fall Rice Krispies Treats recipes!
1. Candy Corn Krispy Treat Pretzel Pops From Love From The Oven. These fun and festive candy corn inspired treats are made from pre-made Rice Krispies Treats, pretzels, chocolate and sprinkles. These festive fall treats would be great for a harvest party.
2. Crispy Crawly Treats From Indie Spotting. Creepy crawly has become Crispy Crawly! These crispy crawlies use Cocoa Krispies, black licorice laces and lollipop sticks to create darling little spider pop treats.
3. Crispy Rice Candy Corn Treats From Baked Pefection. Candy corn added to your crispy treats not only adds a punch of color but also another layer of buttery sweetness. A quick and simple snack to whip up.
4. Peeps Rice Krispies Treat Pops From Love From The Oven. Everybody’s favorite marshmallow treat, Peeps, make a Halloween appearance on these sweets. Peeps are paired with a premade Rice Krispies Treats, melting chocolate and sprinkles for a quick to make Halloween treat.
5. Franken-Crunch To Munch From Munchkin Munchies. Even Frankenstein is cute when he’s made from Rice Krispies! This would be such a fun project to do with the kids, either creating one big Frankenstein or letting each child make their own.
6. Fancy Shmancy Krispies from Cookies & Cups. Not only are these pumpkin shaped krispy treats super cute, but the recipe for these Browned Butter Pumpkin Spice Krispie Treats sound divine!
7. Mummy Pops From Hungry Halloween. These darling Mummy Pops would make a perfectly scary treat for a Halloween party or monster movie night.
8. Spooky Homemade Sweets From Debbie Designs Thinking Inking. How cute would a whole little pumpkin patch of these be? And what a cute little spooky sweet to hand out to your favorite little pumpkins!
10. Halloween Oreo Caramel Rice Krispies Treats From Baking And Boys. Um, yes please! The addition of Oreos, caramel and chocolate topping make for a crazy delicious Halloween treat.
11. Scary Rice Krispy Treat Eyeballs From Judy In Her Natural Habitat. These would be a huge hit with my daughter who loves all things spooky and creepy. I might just have to make them, pack one in her lunch box and remind her that I’m keeping an eye on her. She’s probably roll her eyes at it. Okay, enough of my really bad puns.
12. Rice Crispy Ghosts From Saltbox House. It might be hard to scare anyone when you are covered in chocolate, but these Crispy Ghosts are trying their best to bring the spook to sweet.
13. Football Rice Krispies Treats From Family Ever After. Since there is more to fall than just Halloween treats, these fun Fall Football Rice Krispies Treats would make a great addition to any tailgate party or Friday night high school football game.
14. New England Patriots Rice Krispies Pops From Mega Crafty. Take your fall football fun Rice Krispies Treats even further by turning them into football jerseys. A fun and tasty way to show your team spirit.
15. Thanksgiving Turkey Rice Krispy Treats With Oreos From The Kid’s Fun Review. When Thanksgiving comes these little turkeys would be adorable sitting around the table. These could be a fun dessert that the kids could assemble while we are busy cooking that other kind of turkey.
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About the Author:
My name is Christi. I LOVE to bake. I HATE to cook. This works out great for dessert, but not so well for dinner. Oh well, I’ve accepted it, and have the pizzeria on speed dial. I love baking for others – for holidays, for special occasions, for gifts or just for the heck of it – I mean who doesn’t love random cake pops on a Tuesday for no reason??? I share most of my baking and treat making ideas on my blog – Love From The Oven. My favorite things are my two daughters, open adoption, photography, Diet Coke, fries with ranch dressing, my iPad, 80′s hair bands, frozen margaritas, sarcasm, Marc Jacobs handbags, rainy days, Bravo on my DVR, hot pretzels at Disneyland, decorating for the holidays, my husband doing the dishes and the distant memory of sleeping in.