With Easter slowly creeping up on us these simple Easter Treats are perfect for cooking with kids. Using ready-made Kellogg’s Rice Krispie snacks you can let your little ones go wild as they decorate them to their heart’s content or you can quickly rustle them up as a last minute Easter Party Snack for kids to enjoy. So here we go a VERY quick and easy Easter Treat “recipe” to cook with and for kids with Rice Krispie Snacks.

Simple Easter Treats to make with kids using Kellogg's Rice Krispie Treats and decorated as you want. Quick and easy Easter Recipe that you and they will love.

Rice Krispie Easter Egg Treats for Kids

These are so easy to make, even your toddler can get involved. All you need is an Oval or Easter Egg Cookie Cutter, a cake pop stick and then some Gel Icing in a tube.

rice krispie treats cut into egg shapes and then added a cake pop stick ready for kids to decorate for simple Easter Party Treats that they will love

Let them decorate as they want, you could even add some extra sprinkles and more from your baking cupboard.

quick Easter treat to make for kids parties that they and you can do together

This is one of my go-to easy Easter Party Recipes and before Easter starts I stock up on the Rice Crispie snacks in the supermarket so that I can make them when needed.

Easy Easter Rice Krispie Treats to make for Kids

What we used to make these Homemade Easter Treats

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We used a simple Easter Egg Cookie Cutter – I have a range of different sized ones and this used the middle sized one.

The cake pop sticks are one of the larger sized ones. They were on offer in the supermarket at Christmas so I stocked up and they are perfect for treats like this as well as using for simple cake pops too.

The Wilton Gel Icing is fantastic for using with kids – In this recipe, I’ve used Green, Pink and Yellow but there are lots of other colours available.

easy to make easter egg pops with kellogg's rice krispie treats

Easter Egg Rice Krispie Treats for Kids

Simple Easter Treats recipe for kids made with Kellogg's Rick Krispie Snacks. So simple to make and a great Easter party snack for kids.
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Course: Treats
Cuisine: American, Easter
Keyword: Easter Baking with Kids, Easter Recipes, Easter Snacks, Easter Treats
Servings: 8 Eggs
Author: Cerys Parker

Ingredients

  • 1 packet Kellogg's Rice Krispie Treats (8 pack)
  • 8 Lollipop sticks
  • 1 pink sparkle gel icing
  • 1 yellow sparkle gel icing
  • 1 green sparkle gel icing

Instructions

  • Use the egg shaped cookie cutter to gently cut the Rice Krispie treats into an egg shape. 
  • Carefully put a cake pop stick into the base of each egg and place on a plate.
  • Repeat to make 8 eggs from the packet of Rice Krispie Treats.
  • Taking one Wilton sparkle gel icing colour at a time gently squeeze the tube crisscross across the eggs.
  • Repeat with all the eggs.
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Cerys Parker

Cerys is a marine biologist, environmental educator, high school teacher and mum. Realising that life doesn't have to be put on hold and you don't just have to survive whilst the kids are young she shares ideas to inspire you to LIVE with the kids, with activities to do together, recipes to cook and enjoy and family travel to make memories to last a lifetime.

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