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Rice Krispies Treats Recipe

Yes, this is my final Rice Krispies Treats recipe decision and it’s Very Berry!

by Alicia in Food and Drink, New posts, Past Giveaways

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Updated June 25th – Congratulations to the winner of our Rice Krispies Treats Recipe Cookbook giveway, Susan R.!

I’ve decided to enter my star shaped Rice Krispies Treats with raspberry sorbet, Cool Whip, and fresh berries recipe in the Rice Krispies Treats recipe challenge I’m participating in as a Rice Krispies ambassador along with 9 other great bloggers.

Being a part of the July 4th Rice Krispies Treats Recipe Challenge has been a blast for me despite the fact that I’ve been traveling and haven’t been able to make as many recipes as I would have liked.  I was able to spend several hours creating a few different recipes and have finally settled on my favorite.. Very Berry Rice Krispies Treats. The other two recipes I made but am not submitting for the contest are (1) Rice Krispies Treats cup filled with sorbet and fresh fruit, with a chocolate rim, and (2) Rice Krispies Treats chocolate covered bowl filled with ice cream and fresh fruit.

My kids, 10 and 4, had so much fun helping me with the Rice Krispies Treats Recipe Challenge.  Madelyn stirred the melting marshmallows and helped put the Rice Krispies in the mix while Sebastian filmed what turned out to be a very shaky video of me going through the entire process of making these delicious Rice Krispies Treats.  I am so proud of Sebastian for trying!  He did a great job.

Star shaped Rice Krispies Treats with raspberry sorbet, Cool Whip, and fresh berries


  • Make Rice Krispies Treats as usual
    • Melt 3 tablespoons butter in large pan on low heat
    • Mix marshmallows in and stir constantly until completely melted
    • Remove from heat
    • Stir in 6 cups Rice Krispies
    • SPECIAL – Separate Rice Krispies Treats mix into two 13×9 inch pans to make two thin layers
  • Refrigerate for 30 minutes to an hour – not necessary, but keeps the sorbet you are going to put on the soon to be cut out stars, from melting quickly
  • Once cool, cut Rice Krispies Treats into star shapes with a cookie cutter and put the individual stars on wax paper
  • Coat 1/2 of the cool Rice Krispies Treats stars with raspberry sorbet (substitute with your favorite flavor, ice cream, or frozen yogurt)
  • Place a star on top of the sorbet covered Rice Krispies Treats stars
  • Top with Cool Whip, strawberries, and blueberries
  • Garnish the plate with fresh fruit and enjoy immediately!  😉

Rice Krispies Treats recipe ingredients and cookie cutters

Madelyn's Rice Krispies Treats star

– So what do you think of my Rice Krispies Treats recipe?

GIVEAWAY! – This contest has ended.

I have been given the opportunity, as a Rice Krispies brand ambassador, to give a lucky reader a Rice Krispie cookbook.  To enter to win, leave a comment telling us what your favorite Rice Krispies Treats recipe is and/or your favorite Rice Krispies Treats memory.  Entries accepted through 5:00pm ET on June 24th. View official giveaway rules here.

Disclosure: I received a box of  Rice Krispies cereal and marshmallows free to use for the Rice Krispies Treats recipe challenge and a gift card to buy additional ingredients (sorbet, Cool Whip, fruit, etc..). I am being compensated for being a brand ambassador for Rice Krispies. My Rice Krispies Treats recipe is being submitted to a contest from which the winner will have their recipe posted on the Rice Krispies Web site and possibly in a Rice Krispies Treats recipe cookbook.

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