Chocolate Covered Krispie Treat Bites

Chocolate Covered Krispie Treat Bites

As the holidays roll around, I’m always on the look-out both for new holiday treats to make as well as new ways to jazz up old favorites. This year, I stumbled across this Chocolate Covered Krispie Treat Bites recipe, and now I’m wondering why I didn’t make Rice Krispie bars this way all along! It only requires one extra ingredient and a couple extra steps, so if you already know how to make Rice Krispie treats, you’re already almost there!

First, you start by making the traditional Rice Krispie treats recipe. (Don’t worry, I have the steps listed below if you don’t remember them off the top of your head!) Once your Rice Krispie bars are cooled, then all you have to do is cut them into cubes, dip them into melted chocolate, and cool them again. You can even decorate them with candy sprinkles if you want to (and you do–they’re awesome!).

Just because you’re a grown-up looking for grown-up treats to make for your family or for a special occasion doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy all of the treats you once enjoyed as a kid. All it takes are a few extra steps, and your “boring” standard treats are now new and fancy once again!

Give your kids the treat-making experience you enjoyed when you were a kid (or the one you wish you could have had but never did). Make these yummy Chocolate Covered Krispie Treat Bites today!

Chocolate Covered Rice Krispies Treats Recipe

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Rice Krispies with Chocolate

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One response to “Chocolate Covered Krispie Treat Bites”

  1. I made these as an addition to our annual treat boxes for friends and neighbors — YUM! I spread them out onto a cookie sheet and they were a little thinner than I’d like, so once cooled, I spread some melted chocolate on half and stacked them. It was like a little Rice Krispy Treat sandwich! That was adorable, and delish on it’s own, but once dipped and topped with sprinkles – OH MY WORD! A rich and decadent treat! Super Easy and FAST! A winning combo during the busy holiday season. Thanks for posting!