Halloween Rice Krispies Treats

These fun, kid-friendly Rice Krispies Treats are the perfect sweet monsters for a school party.

Halloween Rice Krispies Treats

Are you ready for a fun party idea for Halloween with your children? For a Rice Krispies challenge, Sommer of A Spicy Perspective, Robyn of Add a Pinch, Julie of Mommie Cooks, and moi, planned a “Make Your Own Monster” party that is sure to be the highlight of your Halloween season! A fun party theme where children could easily get in on the action of making treats they’d be happy to show off as well as devour is always a hit.

Our “Make Your Own Monster” party is fun and colorful!

Rice Krispies Treats

And the party just couldn’t be simpler!

Make a recipe of Rice Krispies Treats with the addition of apple pie spice to create a classic Fall favorite treat. Then allow your children to let their creativity shine as they make their monster using their favorite cookie cutter option and decorating with frosting and candies.

halloween treats

Party monsters were made using a gingerbread man cookie cutter for the full-size monster, a skull cookie cutter for Frankenstein’s Bride, and then simply cut squares for Frankenstein himself as well as a few of his closest monster-y friends!

Halloween Rice Krispies Treats
 
Make a recipe of Rice Krispies treats with the addition of apple pie spice to create a classic Fall favorite treat. Then allow your children to let their creativity shine as they make their monster using their favorite cookie cutter option and decorating with frosting and candies.
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Recipe type: Dessert
Ingredients
  • 3 Tb. butter
  • 4 cups (10 oz.) mini marshmallows
  • 6 cups Rice Krispies Cereal
  • ½ teaspoon apple pie spice
  • decorator frosting, various colors
  • assorted candies
Instructions
  1. Spray a 9 X 13 inch baking dish with non-stick cooking spray.
  2. In a saucepan, melt the butter and marshmallows over medium heat. Once melted add apple pie spice and stir until dissolved.
  3. Remove from heat and add the Rice Krispies. Stir until coated.
  4. Spoon the Rice Krispies mixture into the prepared pan. Press firmly with wax paper.
  5. Once cooled, use cookie cutters to cut the Rice Krispies Treats into desired shapes.
  6. Decorate Rice Krispies treats with decorator frosting and assorted candies to make your own monster.

halloween rice krispies treats

Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Rice Krispies and The Motherhood.

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Comments

  1. 9

    colleen says

    Love , love, love! I will be making these at my son’s pre school w/ the kids, nut and gluten free it’s a win win

  2. 19

    Janice Cooper says

    I love this! What a wonderful and fun idea!!! This makes Halloween even more fun :)

  3. 20

    ShaNawn says

    Thats a great idea!! As a homeschool mom I am always looking for creative cooking things to do with my kiddos. thanks.

  4. 27

    kfloveinme says

    I need to try this recipe out this halloween! One of my friends is having a party so I will make it then! I l love Rice Krispies Treats!

  5. 30

    Haley @ The Girly Girl Cooks says

    These are so adorable! Where do you find apple pie spice??? I’ve only ever seen pumpkin pie spice!

  6. 34

    Ali says

    I’ll try the challenge with my kid, though he’s afraid of monsters I guess the challenge will drive away his fear knowing he’s gonna eat them all up :)

  7. 39

    emm says

    sooo cute ! i am going to have to find the cutters now ! i know kids would love these

  8. 42

    shel says

    Rice Krispie treats are my daughter’s favorite…I have to admit, I love them too.

  9. 45

    linda brooks says

    I would have never thought of anything like this with Rice Crispies, what a great way to make treats.

  10. 51

    says

    I absolutely LOVE the way you decorated these adorable goodies! I especially loved the green monster and the lady Frankenstein!

  11. 52

    ACMommy3 says

    Love the Orange guy best of all — this looks like a great project to do with my children, they love to mess around in the kitchen. :-) creedamy [at] yahoo [dot] com

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