Rice Krispies Treats Dippin’ Bar Print Recipe Print Recipe

Interrupting health week, but for a good reason, of course.

I use to eat rice krispies treats all the time growing up, but really, who didn’t? They are the easiest treats to make and can be made in less approximately 10 minutes or less. I figured I’d bring back this childhood favorite and make it fun for any age – but mainly for those under the age of 10. Have fun in the kitchen with the kiddos on a rainy day &/or set a dipping station up at your child’s birthday party and let the kids make their own! Note: depending on the age, things could get a bit messy…

Check out the complete post (+ recipe) over at Celebrations at Home!

I couldn’t help myself…

{Created & Photographed by With Style and Grace for Celebrations At Home}

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  • http://www.hippyhappytink.blogspot.com Terri-Leigh

    Double Drool!!!

  • http://www.happyhomeblog.com emily @ the happy home

    oh, yum yum! i think that looks like a great party favor, for adults too!

  • http://sixtwelveplace.blogspot.com Lesley

    This is the cutest, most creative thing I’ve seen all day!! Love this idea!

  • http://www.kitchencorners.com Damaris

    I just found you via the babble nominations. You have my vote. your blog is beautiful and rice krispie treats rock my world.

  • http://www.vanillacloudsandlemondrops.blogspot.com Lyndsey @ Vanilla Clouds and Lemon Drops

    These look like so much fun! Brilliant!

    I also wanted to let you know that I passed on the ‘Stylish Blogger Award’ to you and your lovely blog – http://vanillacloudsandlemondrops.blogspot.com/2011/03/pink-champagne-truffles-and-awards.html

  • http://www.kimberlyloc.com/ kimberlyloc

    What a great spin on cake balls — love it!


  • Jennifer

    I love this idea! I am always looking for things for the boys to do! I think we will try these tonight! I will send you pics!

  • http://www.frolic-blog.com chelsea

    beautiful photos, lisa! So bright and cheery!

  • http://www.scottyboyandkatygirl.blogspot.com katy

    wow, i need to try that! so fun, so cute, looks SO GOOD.

  • http://www.healthyeatingforordinarypeople.com Rivki Locker (Ordinary Blogger)

    Just came across your site through Babble’s top 100 and am so glad I did. What beautiful photos and lovely looking recipes. This one looks SO nice and not too complicated. It’s always a treat when you find a pretty recipe that doesn’t take HOURS to assemble. Thanks!

  • http://sherrilynnpuz.blogspot.com/ sherri lynn

    i love this idea! i am stashing it away for my kids’ birthday parties!

  • http://www.simplyhealthyfam.blogspot.com Gwen~healthymamma

    How cute are these! My kids would be in heavan for sure.

  • http://stephaniesscrappingstation.blogspot.com Stephanie

    I featured you on my blog today.

  • Tory

    Your (and mine!) lil mini me Mila will LOVE this idea. Maybe I will do it for her birthday!!!! 🙂 This Miss Lisa!

  • http://www.withstyle.me With Style and Grace

    Thank you for visiting! Yes, lots of easy and healthy recipes here!

  • http://kbattyblog.blogspot.com Kerry

    Holy moly, those look good! Just found your blog through a tweet by Apartment 34. Am in love!

  • http://www.keymomentsonline.com/ Florida wedding videography

    Ummm, YUM! Talk about throwing me off my health kick, but looks like its totally worth it!

  • http://nutritionfor.us/ claire Gallam

    Why, that is just the cutest thing I ever did see!

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  • http://www.andrewinfryeevents.com Violaine Diogene

    OMG, those look soooo good!

  • http://www.bundlesofcookies.com Sarah

    Love this idea! Absolutely adorable. Going to have to bookmark for the future.

    Thanks for sharing!

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  • http://rivernorthlove.blogspot.com/ Praveen

    Love this idea! I can’t wait to try this at home and to share it, thanks!