Rice Krispies Easter Cups

Rice Krispies Easter Cups - a cute and simple treat to make this Easter that everyone will love. A creamy frosting with Easter candies make these rice krispies delish!!

HELLLLO!

Valentine’s is already over!! Did you have a good Valentine’s Day?? I sure did!! Mom loved the card I gave her, and I loved all the yummy food my mom made. 😉

Do you know that Easter is coming up?? Usually it’s in April, but this year it’s in March, which means it’s coming up soon. Because of that, we decided to make some treats sooner this year. We made these Rice Krispies Easter Cups. They’re kind of like the Easter Basket Cookie Cups we made last year but they’re a Rice Krispies version. They were more delicious than the cookie version (although those are really good too!!) The best part was the Cadbury Eggs on top. They are the best! You don’t have to use this candy for yours but they were really yummy. You could also use Robin Eggs or even Easter M&Ms. 😉

If you are looking for a fun and simple Easter treat, try this recipe. I know you’ll love it!!

5.0 from 2 reviews
Rice Krispies Easter Cups
 
Serves: 16 cups
Ingredients
  • 1 - 16 oz. bag Marshmallows (mini or regular size work)
  • 7 cups Rice Krispies
  • 2 TB butter
  • Easter Egg Candies
Butter cream frosting
  • Green food coloring
  • ½ C. Unsalted butter
  • 3-4 C. Powdered sugar
  • ¼ C. Milk
  • 1 tsp. Vanilla
Instructions
  1. Grease cupcake pans and set aside.
  2. Melting marshmallows and butter in a microwave safe bowl (I cooked mine for about 2 minutes but kept a close eye and made sure they weren't puffing up too much and falling out of the bowl.)
  3. Stir together until well blended and pour in Rice Krispies. Stir until well combined.
  4. Pour into greased cupcake pan and press down with wax paper.
  5. Let set for half hour.
Frosting:
  1. Combine butter, milk, vanilla and 2 cups of your powdered sugar in a large bowl. Mix till smooth and creamy, about 5 minutes. Then add the remaining powdered sugar and food coloring of your choice.
  2. Pipe your frosting into your cookie cups and top with Easter egg candies. ENJOY!

Rice Krispies Easter Cups - a cute and simple treat to make this Easter that everyone will love. A creamy frosting with Easter candies make these rice krispies delish!!

The marshmallows puffed up a lot!

Rice Krispies Easter Cups - a cute and simple treat to make this Easter that everyone will love. A creamy frosting with Easter candies make these rice krispies delish!!

Rice Krispies Easter Cups - a cute and simple treat to make this Easter that everyone will love. A creamy frosting with Easter candies make these rice krispies delish!!

Rice Krispies Easter Cups - a cute and simple treat to make this Easter that everyone will love. A creamy frosting with Easter candies make these rice krispies delish!!

Rice Krispies Easter Cups - a cute and simple treat to make this Easter that everyone will love. A creamy frosting with Easter candies make these rice krispies delish!!

Rice Krispies Easter Cups - a cute and simple treat to make this Easter that everyone will love. A creamy frosting with Easter candies make these rice krispies delish!!

Rice Krispies Easter Cups - a cute and simple treat to make this Easter that everyone will love. A creamy frosting with Easter candies make these rice krispies delish!!

Add a dollop of frosting in the middle first and then pipe around it. 😉

Rice Krispies Easter Cups - a cute and simple treat to make this Easter that everyone will love. A creamy frosting with Easter candies make these rice krispies delish!!

Rice Krispies Easter Cups - a cute and simple treat to make this Easter that everyone will love. A creamy frosting with Easter candies make these rice krispies delish!!

Add your candies!

Rice Krispies Easter Cups - a cute and simple treat to make this Easter that everyone will love. A creamy frosting with Easter candies make these rice krispies delish!!

Rice Krispies Easter Cups - a cute and simple treat to make this Easter that everyone will love. A creamy frosting with Easter candies make these rice krispies delish!!

Rice Krispies Easter Cups - a cute and simple treat to make this Easter that everyone will love. A creamy frosting with Easter candies make these rice krispies delish!!

YUMMY! YUMMY! YUMMY!!

I hope you can come back again soon for more yummy treats from me.

Love, Lily

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For more Easter treats, check out:

Easter Basket Cookie Cups - SO cute and yummy! Peanut Butter cookies with buttercream frosting and M&Ms { lilluna.com }

Easter Basket Cookie Cups

Easter Chick Cupcakes - the cutest and most simple Easter treat!!

Easter Chick Cupcakes

Carrot Strawberry Pudding Cups - cute and perfect for Easter! { lilluna.com } Chocolate pudding with crushed oreos and a carrot strawberry!

Carrot Chocolate Covered Strawberry Cups

Stay tuned for even more Easter creations!

And don’t forget to make these for an Easter party – you’ll love them!!

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Kristyn is passionate about sharing ALL things creative! From recipes and tips to crafts and DIY projects, Kristyn loves to share with her readers how to be creative and how to do things simply. When not creating, she is busy going on adventures with her 5 children (ages 7 to 6 months) and with her best friend/husband, Lorin.
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Kristyn is passionate about sharing ALL things creative! From recipes and tips to crafts and DIY projects, Kristyn loves to share with her readers how to be creative and how to do things simply. When not creating, she is busy going on adventures with her 5 children (ages 7 to 6 months) and with her best friend/husband, Lorin.

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  1. 1

    These are sooooo cute and something I would love to make for my daughter’s class (and maybe I will!!)
    Kacey @ The Cookie Writer recently posted..Beef Stew with BarleyMy Profile

  2. 3

    These are precious!

  3. 5

    These are so adorable for an Easter buffet table.

  4. 6

    These are adorable! I love the little chocolate eggs on top too, those are my guilty pleasure around Easter time!
    Megan Keno recently posted..Chocolate Chip Coconut Peanut Butter CookiesMy Profile

  5. 7

    This will be going in my Easter Recipes to make!!!

  6. 9

    These are adorable. I’m sure they’d be a hit on any Easter table!
    Renee – Kudos Kitchen recently posted..Brie and Aged Cheddar Grilled CheeseMy Profile

  7. 11

    These are adorable, perfect for Easter buffet tables!
    Sharon @ What The Fork Food Blog recently posted..Paleo Lemon CurdMy Profile

  8. 13

    What a great idea!
    Did you grease pan first before putting in the rice crispys?

  9. 15

    Hi! Did you use mini cupcake pans or regular size?

  10. 17

    What size muffin pan did you use and how many did it make?

  11. 19

    how do you store so they are still soft to eat?

  12. 20

    Also, would these be two big to use a regular size muffin pan?

  13. 21

    Hi, what type of milk did you use for the butter cream frosting? I used fat free milk and it didn’t work at all.

  14. 23

    I kept some butter out and constantly dipped my fingers in the butter before reaching into the bowl of rice krispies. A little extra work, but it worked perfectly and the final product is adorable! Well worth it!

  15. 24
    keirston manning :

    you wouldn’t “pour” the mixture into the pan common sense would tell you that you would need to press it into the pan its not nice to be rude on someones page you have you ever heard if you can’t say nothing nice then don’t say nothing at all

  16. 25

    Thanks, Kris!! You can definitely use butter to help too. So glad you liked them. 😉