Rice Krispy Treat Ornaments

Need a Holiday Show Stopper for your table or a fun parting gift for guests? These Rice Krispy Treat Ornaments are both elegant and tasty!

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Rice Krispy Treat Ornaments


Rice Krispy Treat Ornaments

  • ¼ cup butter
  • 10 ounce package marshmallows
  • 6(ish) cups Rice Krispies
  • extra butter
  • colored sugar sprinkles and nonpareil sprinkles
  • Rolo candies
  • toothpicks

Melt butter and marshmallows together.  Mix well.  Add Rice Krispies cereal.  Mix until combined.

With well-buttered hands (not a phrase I type every day!), shape sticky cereal mixture into balls.  I got 6 balls out of one batch of Rice Krispies treats. Pack tightly.

Sprinkle colored sugar or nonpareil sprinkles over each ball.  Gently press sprinkles into the treats.

Stick one end of a toothpick into the bottom of a Rolo candy.  Plunge the other end of the toothpick into the Rice Krispy treat ball to attach the Rolo and make it look like the top of an ornament.



***If the mixture is too sticky and not shaping easily, add a bit more cereal.

***Work quickly.  The sprinkles stick better when the ornaments are freshly molded.

***These ornaments make a beautiful edible centerpiece.  They would also be fun to hand out to guests as edible party favors.  Simply place each ornament in a decorated cellophane gift bag and tie it off.


 Originally published December 16, 2010.


  1. I love to eat Rice Krispie treats in their original recipe warm and right out of the pan, dripping with marshmallowy goodness.

  2. ADORABLE! Very clever, Amy! 🙂

  3. Those are adorable! Love the Rolo hangers!

  4. Adorable 🙂

  5. Christy Brossman says:

    I am making these for our party next week! So cute

  6. I agree, I love to eat them right out of the pan before they cool! Yummmy!

  7. Love these!

    I like to eat them when they’re still warm. You know like out of the pot. Mmmmmm

  8. Those are very creative!

  9. My favorite way to eat Rice Krispie Treats is hot and gooey! But I also like them drizzled with chocolate! Yum!

  10. I like dark chocolate and peanut butter drizzled over the rice krispies top.

  11. I love adding a bit of peanut butter to make them extra yummy!

  12. I love them in awkward, kid-formed pieces. 😉 (And you claim you’re not creative– LOVE this idea!)

    • I kid you not, I came up with these at 10:30 the night before I posted it. Lance says that is NOT good reinforcement for my procrastinating ways. 😉

  13. When I was in my early teens my brother brought home a Chinese exchange student. He was very nice and we all loved him, but he absolutely fell in love with Rice Krispies Treats. 🙂 I remember him just standing in the kitchen watching me make them and then he would eat half the batch. Fun Memories.

  14. I have had Rice Krispie treats in a LONG time and these look so yummy I will have to make some with the girls today!

  15. Oh I love them warm with little mini-marshmallows in them!

  16. That should be I have NOT had them in a long time.

  17. I like them w/ peanut butter & chocolate chips mixed in. Yum!

  18. Adorable! Great activity for this snow/ice day we are having here in central Kentucky!

  19. There’s nothing like Rice Krispies Treats right out of kettle. I don’t even let them set in the pan 😛

  20. Amy Fleeker says:

    I love adding peanut butter to the recipe and then melt semi sweet chocolate chips to pour over the finished product.

  21. Deena Ellington says:

    Love making a fresh batch and then sitting by a fire with the family and watching a great Christmas movie like Elf..

  22. I like to eat them drizzled with chocolate

  23. I like to pick pieces out of the pan while it’s still warm 🙂

  24. Favorite way to eat Rice Krispie Treats…with my kids!! Much funner 🙂
    Great ornaments!!

  25. Absolute best Rice Krispie treat recipe involves spreading them, mixed with chocolate and peanut butter, over brownies. It’s crunchy, gooey, chocolatey, marshmallowy – definitely a kid (and adult) favorite!

  26. What a cute idea? Love it!!

    My new favorite way to eat Rice Krispie’s is this recipe: http://amysfinerthings.com/rice-krispy-roll We make it with Peanut Butter chips instead of butterscotch – heavenly!

  27. Oh–I LOVE them made with peanut butter, and then sprinkled with mini chocolate chips after they’re in the pan. And eat them while they’re still warm. Delish.

  28. I love the original. Plain and simple.

  29. In any form that includes peanut butter.

  30. I love topping them with chocolate chips while they’re warm and then spreading the chocolate once it melts, like a frosting. SOOOO yum!

    Those rice krispy ornaments are too freakin’ cute!

  31. Lisa in SC says:

    I just like them the old fashioned no-frills way

  32. So cute! I must admit that half of my rice krispie treats never make it to the pan — I love to eat them right out of the bowl.

  33. I like the individual packages – that way I won’t eat half a pan. 😉

  34. Too cute! I love them just by themselves – straight out of the oven! Thanks for the chance!
    Kelly D. ~ dkad23(at)gmail(dot)com

  35. There’s not a way I don’t like them, really. the best though is when you happen on a random bake sale and get one that’s nice and yummy – a nice surprise!

  36. I like them as cereal!

  37. Nothing beats the origional Rice Krispie Treat! One can never eat enough!:)

  38. I like to eat them one, right after another…

  39. I like to eat original rice krispies treats, just as they are!

  40. I’m not very creative when it comes to RKT, but covered in chocolate is my preferred way!

  41. Oh my goodness, that is SUCH a cute idea! I love it! And how perfect as a giveaway or for a kids party! I love to eat rice crispy treats covered in chocolate. 🙂

  42. Wow! This is so imaginative! Pretty, AND yummy! Great job!

  43. So cute Amy!! Seriously – before the all the RK bloggers I thought the only thing you could make was square bars:) But now I’m thinking a creative way is a lot more fun:)

  44. My favorite way to eat rice crispies treats is one in each hand!

  45. I have to admit that I’ve only had them the original way and I love them! Now I’m going to have to try these!

  46. Sarah Nutter says:

    i love s’mores rice krispy treats!

  47. Yum , with chocolate over top is my favorite way

  48. Haven’t tried a lot of variations of this yummy treat. We usually just love them warm out of the pan.

  49. Straight out of the pan!

  50. Peanut butter krispy treats. Ya’ll know the marshmallow treats only with peanut butter added.

  51. love to eat them warm from the pan!

  52. I like to eat them warm!

  53. april yedinak says:

    I like regular treats, but the way my mom makes them. She follows the recipe, but for whatever reason, hers come out so much better than anyone else’s!

  54. I love these treats!

  55. I love to eat them while they are still warm and gooey. Another favorite way to eat them is with chocolate frosting and sprinkles covering them.

  56. My favorite way to eat them is right out of the pot on the stove like a stray hungry animal. Ahhh, bliss!

  57. I just eat them normal, but I’m going to start adding things!

  58. I love the scotch-o-roo version. Peanut butter mixed with the cereal & marshmellow with a generous layer of chocolate melted on top.

  59. Those are so cute! Admittedly, I don’t think I’ve ever had any kind of homemade rice krispies treats aside from the standard ones. Those are pretty good, though!

  60. Lydia Kleit says:

    I like Rice Krispies Treats made with all ingredients incredibly fresh (like fresh butter from a local dairy) and pressed into a 9″ x 13″ pan but the VERY BEST part is eating the little bits and pieces left in the pot while they are still warm, covered in buttery marshmallowy goodness.

  61. AllieZirkle says:

    plain and simple in traditional RK treats. Yum!

  62. I like to eat them warm, with chunky peanut butter dabbed on top

  63. Love them original and still warm, but I also love them with mini-chocolate chips and peanut butter in them.

  64. I always have trouble molding them into different shapes so I’ve just taken to adding a food coloring to dye them a color to match the holiday (orange for Halloween, red or green for Christmas). Boring but the kids get a kick out of them! 🙂

  65. Best way to eat them is warm 🙂

  66. My favorite – the old-fashioned original way. So good!

  67. I add extra-extra butter and smoked sea salt to mine . Oh my ganache!

  68. Gotta love rice crispies eaten out of a bowl of vanilla almond milk. Yum.

  69. They are best made thick and rich! Oh, the best thing ever created!

  70. I like to eat them with M&Ms mixed in. Not warm out of the oven, but just after they’ve cooled off in the refrigerator a little, so that they they’re not hot, but still bendy.

  71. I love to eat colored rice crispies treats…they seem more magical that way 🙂

  72. VERY creative! I love them!

    My favorite way to eat rice krispie treats is with nuts and hersheys syrup.

  73. Hi Amy! I just got your email and I did respond right away to yours…guess it did go to spam. Thanks for letting me know. I am going to email you again from my personal and business email address and hope you get it.

  74. Very cute. I like RKTs the only way I’ve ever had them – the “out of the pan” kind!

  75. I like to cut a row and eat that row only!

  76. I love to eat them with peanut butter and topped with chocolate… with my fingers and a glass of cold milk.
    andrea.kruse at gmail dot com

  77. I love this idea. I like with the plain with some festive sprinkles on them. You can make them “go with” any occasion or holiday. My go to receipe!

  78. I’m so glad I’m not the only one who eats them before they get to the pan! Sometimes they make it that far, but it’s my little guilty pleasure if they don’t! Thanks for the giveaway!

  79. I love them still warm and gooey with a little bit of melted chocolate drizzled over them!

  80. Anne Marie says:

    I love plain Jane rice krispie treats – just the original recipe – yummy

  81. These are soooo adorable! My favorite to eat? I’m simple–I just like the plain ole rice krispie treats fresh made and lukewarm in the pan!

  82. Summer Darbyshire says:

    I like them original, or, to make them special, I sometimes add chocolate chips.

  83. I’m so glad to hear that I’m not the only one who eats them hot and gooey out of the pan. I feel much better now 🙂

    Your ornaments look very cute and I agree that they would make great party favors.

  84. Favorite way to eat them? Any way that involves me eating them.

  85. I love scotcharoos- similar to your rolls, but in a bar form. Very yummy!

  86. I love this recipe! I love to eat them warm and out of the pan too!

  87. Debbie Houk says:

    Mixed with Peanut Butter and Chocolate on top. The best!!

  88. I like them made with peanut butter and a chocolate frosting.

  89. I like the old fashioned bars!

  90. I love these. My favorite way to eat them is dipped in chocolate in the shape of Mickey’s ears at my favorite place in the whole world – Walt Disney World.

  91. With peanut butter added and chocolate on top!

  92. I love to eat rice krispies treats while they are still slightly sticky and warm – YUM! Thanks for the recipe — they look great!

  93. My favorite way to eat them is when they’re still warm in the pot.

    What a fun way to use Rice Krispies treats! I hope I can remember to do this next year!

  94. Bethany Jones says:

    I love “licking the spoon” 🙂

  95. Becky kozlowski says:

    In the bowl they were made in, with a spoon!

  96. Every Valentine’s Day, I make rice crispy kisses! I shape them like the chocolate Hershey kisses and put aluminum foil around it with a white strip hanging out at the top. I love unwrapping them and munching on them! Yummy!

  97. I find simple is best – original recipe, while still a bit warm!

  98. Slightly gooey is my favorite way to eat them!
    This is a lovely idea. Thanks!

  99. Sadly, other than the original way, the only thing I’ve ever done to a RKT is dye it green for St. Patrick’s Day or Orange for Halloween. I can’t wait to try chocolate chips 😉

  100. I love mixing 2/3 Rice Krispies with 1/3 Fruity (or Cocoa) Pebbles. It give extra flavor and sweetness! YUM!

  101. Karri Tarsha says:

    I think the Rice Krispy roll looks delicious… can’t wait to try it!

  102. I like them dipped in dark chocolate !! YUM!!

  103. I have never tried anything different with my rice krispie bars.. I love them still warm and falling apart 🙂

  104. These are beautiful!
    My favorite way to eat them is in a bar, topped with a generous coating of dark chocolate and chopped hazelnuts. I used to have these as a kid (30-40 years ago) and we did not know what a hazelnut was, they were called filberts before they became the ‘cool’ nut.

  105. What a wonderful idea, love it! I love making treats to share with family and friends. My favorite are probably the regular with chocolate on top or the Christmas Wreaths with Red Hots!

  106. I love to eat them right out of the bowl. I’ve done that for 34 years and Still enjoy every bit of it. I can see myself doing that at 90!!

  107. Favorite way: made into scotcheroos!

  108. Cute idea! I love the original treats, simple and warm! :o)

  109. Stefanie Boe says:

    so cute! I like them right out of the pan.. but I’m going to have to try this!

  110. A little dab of peanut butter makes the treats even better.
    Great giveaway!

  111. I like this idea for the holidays! My favorite is the original with a smidgen of mini chocolate chips sprinkled on top after they’re pressed into the dish.

  112. I like the good old traditional Rice Krispies treats. They are best right after they cool.
    lisar79 at msn dot com

  113. Gina Kelley says:

    I love the original treats. It was always great when I found one wrapped up in my lunch box!

  114. Sommer Emery says:

    LOVE THESE! Adding to my baking list for the season!! Thank you!

  115. I love them out of the pan but we have been creative with these. They make great gingerbread houses and are wonderful with mini m&ms on the top

  116. I like the plain rice krispies treats, with peanut butter added. Warmer is easier to eat than cold.

  117. This is such a cute idea! We love to cut our rice Krispies out with cookie cutters.

  118. these are amazing! I just eat them out of the blue package from walmart. otherwise they seem to get stale so fast they aren’t worth making.

  119. I like RKTs best when they’re still warm and gooey right out of the pan.

  120. Straight out of the pot is always best! While still warm in the pan is a close second though!

  121. Thank God for this posting and reading over the comments. I have now found I have to stop being so boring and expand my world! I have only ever had the “traditional” rice Krispies treats so for now, that is my fav.

  122. Awesome idea! I have a bag of marchmallows – now all I need are the rice krispies 🙂

  123. I like Rice Krispies Treats with melted chocolate and chopped nuts.

  124. I like then straight from the pan before they’ve cooled and firmed up.

  125. I like to snitch some as I bake. Yum!

  126. Coralee Bernard says:

    The original rice krispie treats. So good homemade and fresh! Yummy!

  127. I love to eat rice krispie treats while they are still warm!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    Terri S
    ponyxpress9 at yahoo dot com

  128. I like Rice Krispy Treats the original way and also with chocolate! 🙂 Yum! And when they’re still a little warm, that’s even better. 🙂

  129. I like peanutbutter krispies. krispieskwith

  130. I have only had the good old fashioned rice krispy treats so that is the est to me so far! I plan on making these though, they look great!

  131. Bernadette says:

    I love them with extra marshmellows!

  132. Amber Kemp says:

    Hmm…I like to eat the ones that are all fancy, with the chocolate and sprinkles on top~yum!

  133. Those are cute! I wish I had found this recipe earlier, these would be great for my Christmas party!

  134. add a 1/4 *or more to your taste* of lemon flavored kool-aid to any regular rice crispy recipe …yummmy

  135. I love eating them !!! Plain and simple , any way they can be made, shaped, decorated, with mixed ingredients IE… peanut butter, caramel drizzles, choc drizzles etc., hot, cold, one in each hand…. I just love them any and all ways!

  136. I like a good old fashioned square rice krispie treat. Yum.

  137. I like eating Rice Crispie Treats on a stick of course. Anything is better on a lollipop stick!

  138. Jennifer Gouldsmith says:

    Right out of the bowl as I’m making them.

  139. I’ve never had Rice Krispie Treats any other way than the regular old bars- I feel like a whole new world has opened up for me haha!

  140. I like them with peanut butter and chocolate on top! Yummy!

  141. These look like such a yummy, fun idea. My kids and I will be making some of these. I am featuring this at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com. Grab my “featured” button.

  142. Your ornaments are adorable! I’m going to make them this weekend! My favorite way to have Rice Krispies is in the original treat form!

  143. What a darling idea!!

  144. I love warm Rice Krispie treats! I also like to add food coloring to the marshmallow mixture and then take cookie cutters to the bars instead of cutting them in squares 🙂

  145. This is a wonderful idea! Looks like something I will be doing with the kids for Christmas!

  146. What a great idea … I especially love the gifting idea!

  147. I like them with peanut butter added and then frosted with chocolate.

  148. Super cool idea! Thanks for sharing

  149. Erin Guymon says:

    My favorite way to eat rice krispie treats is… with my mouth. I just love them all the time, in any form. Yummmm.

  150. I like the original almost. I add chocolate and walnuts

  151. Yummy and cute!

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  152. I have a chocolate fountain and my favorite thing to dip in it are small Rice Krispies Treats on skewers- mmmm!

  153. We love to use Cocoa Rice Krispies once the marshmallows are melted, we add extra marshmallows so there are chunks of marshmallows and drizzle chocolate on top! (our family LOVES chocolate!) YUM

  154. What a FUN idea! I will totally be making these for our Christmas party – thank you!!!

    So far my favorite way to have rice krispies is to make the peanut butter ones with chocolate on top! Yum!! But I CAN’T WAIT to try it ornament style =)

    Thanks for the fun post! Found you through TT&J!

  155. Yum, these look so cute and yummy! I love eating Rice Krispie bars! We make 2 batches of them a week at my house. They are the all time favorite snack for our family! =)

  156. rice krispie treats, anyw way i can …. i love em ….. thanks for the opportunity to win ….

  157. Jen DeSanto says:

    I love to add a cup of chocolate chips to the melted marshmallow and butter mixture… it makes for REALLY delicious chocolate rice krispie treats!

  158. I like my Rice Krispie treats made with browned butter, a touch of vanilla, and a dash of sea salt. And then I eat half the batch in one sitting!

  159. Simply ADORABLE! So clever!
    My fav Rice Krispies treats are peanut butter flavored. 🙂

  160. In My Mouth!

  161. I love to eat them as I sneak pieces before they even make it to the pan! I’m usually full enough I don’t even need a completed one!

  162. Your ornaments are very cute and clever!

    My favorite way is drizzled with the most decadent chocolate I can afford to buy…or warm out of the pan.

    Depends on my level of patience.

  163. Melissa Adam says:

    I would love to win this! =)

  164. Oops, sorry, forgot to say my favorite way. I have to say scotcheroos are my favorite. 😉

  165. I like original style! These are soo cute! I might have to try these!!

  166. We just like the original rice krispie treats, I guess we aren’t very creative. These look almost too good to eat.

  167. I love to eat them covered with chocolate frosting.

  168. How do I like to eat Rice Krispie Treats?

    With my FACE!


  169. I love those rice crispy ornaments. I may just have to make some for my neighbor gifts. I love rice crispy treats with peanut butter.

  170. Wow, it’s amazing those are rice krispies…nice work! I like my rice krispies treats drizzled with chocolate.

  171. My favorite way is with some peanut butter mixed in…yum 🙂

  172. We have a family tradition of shaping them into stars and then drizzling them with chocolate, though this might become my favorite.

  173. I’m going to have to say original treats just because I haven’t tried any of these cool adaptations yet. The Roll looks awesome!

  174. Hmmm. Supposed to make cookies for an exchange Tuesday, wonder if they would like these instead. Up to now my favorite was the original, marshmello treat. Might still be.

  175. Darling! I am looking for a rice Krispie recipe that uses melted milk chocolate. Add a little butter to chips and mix?

  176. I like Rice Krispie Treats with M&M’s baked in.

  177. Natalie J. Vandenberghe says:

    My favorite way to eat Rice Krispie Treats is straight out of the pan! I’ve tried many variations including the addition of peanut butter, caramel, or chocolate (three things I love), but the original recipe is still my favorite. I don’t take the time to do anything clever or creative–I just eat them as soon as I can 🙂
    Thanks for the giveaway.

  178. Marilyn Strain says:

    I like them best while still warm…however…I’ve never turned down a Rice Krispy Treat in any shape or form.

  179. My son is the Rice Krispie treat eater in the family – he likes M&Ms in his.

  180. I like the original recipe – warm or cold, it doesn’t matter I will still eat them!

  181. Kimberley Morrissey says:

    My children and I love to make green(out of food coloring) “christmas Trees” out of rice krispies(using a fuunel to shape) with red hots for decorations! (made to look like ornaments)! Yum!

  182. These look wonderful – I would love it if you linked them to my blog cookie exchange!

    Party and Entertaining Inspiration

  183. with a cold glass of soymilk!
    tattgiff at centurytel dot net

  184. Tawnya Sather says:

    I love plain old rice krispie treats the best! It is fun to mix it up sometimes and use peanut butter or chocolate! YUMMY

  185. Definately your chocolate ricekrispies roll!!! Gotta have chocolate.

  186. I just like warm freshly made rice krispie treats. yum!

  187. I have to agree – fresh out of the pan is the bestest! I have to try this though because the kids were entranced by your pictures!

  188. The ornaments are beautiful! I LOVE all the creative things people come up with. For my grandson’s birthday in Oct. I made Rice Krispie ghosts and chocolate bats and they were a hit!

  189. I love to eat rice crispy treats with hot chocolate!

  190. I love traditional Rice Krispies treats, however, I’m making these tonight with my kids! I don’t have rolos, but I’m thinking the kids aren’t going to care if they get to make a mess with these! lol

  191. Very nice! Those turned out great!

    I love to make the Original Rice Krispy treats for all occasions. Every now and then I’ll drizzle some chocolate on top.

    I’m getting married soon so winning this would be a huge help to my fiance and I. Thanks for the opportunity!


  192. Jennifer Merritt says:

    I love to use the coca-krispies and peanut butter and form them in the shape of turkey or chicken legs and eat them that way.

  193. We love Rice Krispies Treats. I would love to make some with butterscotch chips added in.

  194. What a cute recipe idea you have!
    I like little bits of crushed peppermint in the Rice Krispies mix, for a holiday twist.

  195. What a cute idea! Love it!

  196. my fave way to eat rice crispies treats is with multi-colored marshmallows mixed in

  197. Michelle B. says:

    My favorite way to eat them is the original way! I haven’t tried a whole lot of variations, but after reading the roll recipe I may have to venture outside my original bubble!

  198. I like the original squares. Of course we sometimes add little extras like choc chips or nuts.

  199. Kelly Grant says:

    I’ve never tried them any other way but as a bar. I would be interested in trying them as a ball.

    kgrant77 at gmail.com

  200. Very nice! Those turned out great! I love to make the Original Rice Krispy treats for all occasions. Every now and then I’ll drizzle some chocolate on top. I’m getting married soon so winning this would be a huge help to my fiance and I. Thanks for the opportunity! Seasidesmitten@aol.com

  201. Janet Carpenter says:

    I love your ornaments! Cute!

    My fave recipe is my mom’s = traditional but add green food coloring and decorate with red cinnamon dots.

  202. I love peanut butter Rice Krispies Treats (made with pb, karo syrup and sugar) topped with chocolate! YUM!

  203. We made these and had tons of fun!! My son was so excited to pass these out to his classmates!! http://mylittlebitoflife.com/?p=549

  204. Ashleigh Copenhaver says:

    I have always eaten rice krispies just the normal way! Spread in the pan and eat. I have recently started adding food coloring. For a baby shower on Oct 30th I made black and orange. And for my son’s school I just made red and green, I love these ornaments! I will have to try these and look for other ways.

  205. These are really cute!

    My favorite Rice Krispies are regular bars topped with chocolate!!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  206. How do I like to eat Rice Krispies? By the Panful!!!

  207. Joellen Foster says:

    I love the peanut butter version spread with chocolate. So very tasty. 🙂

  208. Favorite wa to eat them is with chocolate drizzled in with RKT! Thanks, this was a very creative idea!

  209. I love them the original way while they are still warm and gooey!

  210. I love to eat the original Rice Krispy Treats when they are freshly made and still warm. A yummy, gooey mess!

  211. These are soooo cute! Just made them, with food coloring instead of sprinkles. I think I made them a little bit too small, they don’t look as nice as yours 🙁
    Thanks for the idea, Merry Christmas!

  212. I love peanut butter Rice Krispies Treats (made with pb, karo syrup and sugar) topped with chocolate! YUM!

  213. those are GORGEOUS! love it.


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