Rice Krispie Treat Flowers

It’s my little girlies 5th birthday tomorrow, so I thought I would share these fun treats we made for her school friends.

rice krispie treat flowers

She is one of those kids who doesn’t like cake, or cupcakes or frosting (what is wrong with her right??)  Lucky for her (and me) – I always seem to help her out with eating any treats she doesn’t want :)


She does, however, love rice krispie treats and sunflowers. So I did my best to combine the two.



rice krispie flowers


These are pretty easy to make, just make rice krispie treats as usual but use a small jelly roll pan instead of a 9 x 13 pan.


Cut out flowers with a cookie cutter once they have hardened. (I stuck mine in the fridge to help them along).


Insert the stick.


Ok here is the only tricky part, I wanted to dip them in melted white chocolate because my little diva doesn’t do frosting. I foolishly thought I could just add yellow food coloring to the chocolate but it totally seized the chocolate up. It ended up working ok, I just spread it on rather than dipping it. But save yourself the trouble and hit up your craft store where they sell colored candy chips you can melt down.

A vase of flowers sitting on a table

I used mini chocolate chips for the center of the flower and stuck them in this cute pot. After my little lady ate a whole one and proceeded to bounce off the walls from her sugar rush – I decided for the well being of my fellow parents to use the next smallest cookie cutter. Hopefully that cuts down on the sugar high :)


That’s a wrap on our part of the fun 6 Days of Spring week. I’ve had so much fun working with these amazing bloggers!

Now it’s your turn to show us your fabulous spring projects!

Come back here Monday to link up anything spring.

You just need to link up on one of our blogs and it will show up on all 6 blogs.

Here’s the best part – someone will win a $250 Pottery Barn Gift Card!

The Party goes live 4 am CST.

Be sure to check out the other great projects below!

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A nest with eggs in it
A close up of a flower

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  1. Does your site have a contact page? I’m having problems locating it but, I’d like to send you an e-mail.

    I’ve got some ideas for your blog you might be interested in hearing.
    Either way, great blog and I look forward to seeing it expand over time.

  2. You can color white chocolate Kelly, I did green and red in the chocolates I gave you for Xmas, not sure why it didn’t work for you. But I love this idea, how do I pin it??!! Normally there is a link\button I can just click, do you not have that?

  3. What an adorable idea! As if I wasn’t already SUPER excited for spring, this helped it right along.
    Loving your blog!

  4. Happy birthday to your little girl! These look like such a great treat for a little (or big) girl. :)

  5. Cute Idea.
    Really enjoying the six days of Springs. So many neat ideas.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

  6. Krispie treats look wonderful and I bet they will be a great hit.
    What a cute center piece this would be at Easter sitting on your dining room table using different Easter cookie cutter shapes.

    Yes, I would suggest using the Wilton Candy Melts if you want the colored krispie flowers.

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