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Rice Krispie Treat Carrots

Easter will be here before you know it and you're probably already preparing your Easter baskets. It's one holiday that the kids absolutely enjoy. If you've been with with me for a while you may have heard me say that we don't do candy or soda in my house. It's a rare treat and so the kids just long for these holidays when they can get a candy or two in their baskets. So you've probably gotten your eggs together, your dye kits and you're all set for the big day. While we love hunting for eggs we also love doing other things together. One of those is making quick and easy Easter treats like these Rice Krispie Treat Carrots. If your kids aren't fan of carrots they'll definitely be a fan of these. They are going to need help shaping them but besides that the kids will just love doing them on their own. Nothing like having the kids help out in the kitchen and kids just love eating what they prepare. It's a great way to get kids to try new and exciting foods.

*Makes 8 servings

Here is what you'll need:


1 8ct package of Kelloggs Rice Krispie Treats
Wilton gel frosting in Orange
Green Laffy Taffy (carrot stems)
Paring knife

*Wilton products are located in the Wilton aisle at major retailers and craft stores


Open each Rice Krispie Treat and discard the wrappers.

Use the paring knife to slice the sides of the treat making it into a triangle shape (see photo below).

Use a toothpick to make a small hole in the top of each 'carrot'.

Use the paring knife to cut 3-4 Laffy Taffy pieces into skinny strips.

I cut the strips and then rolled between my hand making them look like stems.

Put the 'stems' into the hole at the top of carrot.

Finally, use the orange gel frosting to decorate each carrot. I simply zig-zagged back and forth making it orange.

Easy and cute for Easter and would look great in any Easter basket. Let me know if you make them how they turned out. I like hearing all about your experiences.

Annmarie John
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  1. These are sooooo adorable! I love them.

    Pinning this to my Deliberate EASTER board.

    Wishing you a lovely weekend.

  2. I know children would love to get two or three of these in their baskets! I don't have to make baskets anymore-all friends and nieces and nephews all grown up now--except for the baby and she is still too young! They really are simple to make. No child will appreciate this thought but how about string beans for

  3. So cute and fun. I would love to make these with kiddo. I don't need a cookie cutter! I am loving all the fun treats you have been posting lately.

  4. Omg there are adorable! I will definitely have to make these!

  5. Oh my goodness. I love these! They are so cute! I love that they are simple to make. I will definitely be making them this Easter!

  6. Oh my goodness. I love these! They are so cute! I love that they are simple to make. I will definitely be making them this Easter!

  7. Well I would've never thought of making carrots with rice crispy treats. This is the best idea I have seen in a long time

  8. What a great idea! They turned out so great, and so easy to do!

  9. Those are so cute and look to be so easy to make. They would be really cute on the table with some that were made to look like eggs as well.

  10. These are precious! So easy to make also, and I'm loving the neon orange. Makes it look even tastier.

  11. They came out as cute as cute could be. I must make these for my nieces and nephews!

  12. These are awesome. I love the idea of laffy taffy for the stems. I wouldn't have thought of that!
    And you did a great job with the zig zag!

  13. My sons love Rice Krispies Treats. I love how you can make them into so many shapes for all the holidays.

  14. That is so cool - I love the simplicity and great look of it

  15. These look so tasty and amazing! And really easy to make too!

  16. I just love these. Easy and tasty.

  17. what a pretty neat idea! I would love to try this on Easter.

  18. Immediately pinned those to my Easter board. Those turned out really cute!! Pretty sure they'd be a hit w/the adults too. ;)

  19. Cute! And I love that you used Laffy Taffy for the green part! So clever, and I love Laffy Taffy. I'm pinning these to my Easter board!

  20. I love this idea and I am going to make them for Easter Dinner. What a creative and fun way to decorate plain old rice krispie snacks.

  21. What a cute idea! They look absolutely adorable and just perfect for the spring time/Easter!

  22. This is such a cute idea. I think I might just have to copy your idea, the kids would love it!

  23. Okay, now this is just too darn cute an I think I am gonna have to make these for Jaiden's class! I think they all would love them! Eeek, I am excited! Thank you for sharing!!! =D

  24. My sister makes a lot of rice krispie treats, need to share this with her for the kids to take to school.

  25. These are so super cute and I think my daughter might actually eat them! She loves rice krispy treats :) They look really easy too so that I can't screw them up LOL!

  26. They are very cute and my Grandkids would love.

  27. Christina Strapp LambertApril 2, 2015 at 8:15 PM

    I love these, they are to cute. I will have to try these. I try to make some very holiday for my daughter and her class.


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