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Fall Colored Krispie Leaves
Fall Colored Krispie Leaves is a Pinterest recipe. Who could resist these cute and festive fall colored rice krispie “leaves”? I recently saw these fall colored leaves on Pinterest. The minute I saw them, I knew I had to make them. This recipe is from a wonderful food/craft blog called Two Sisters Crafting Many of their ideas are on Pinterest and with good reason. They come up with some of the craftiest ideas. Two Sisters Crafting, have a ton of fun recipes, popcorn ideas and craft projects. Go on…check them out…you know you want too:)
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Rice Krispie Treats never tasted or looked so good!
- 12 tablespoons butter, divided
- 12 cups mini marshmallows, divided
- 12 cups rice krispie cereal, divided
- few drops red gel food coloring
- few drops orange gel food coloring
- few drops purple gel food coloring
- few drops brown gel food coloring
- fall colored sprinkles
Lightly butter a large baking sheet. (12 x 17) Set aside.
For each color use: 3 tablespoons butter, 3 cups mini marshmallows, and 3 cups rice krispie cereal.
For each color: Melt 3 tablespoons butter in a medium saucepan. Add 3 cups mini marshmallows, stirring until completely melted. Remove from heat, add a few drops of gel food coloring, until you reach desired color, stirring constantly. Stir in 3 cups rice krispie cereal, stirring until cereal is completely coated.
Pour mixture into prepared pan. Press mixture firmly into pan, in a row, with a buttered spatula, using only a quarter of the pan. (All four colors of krispie treats will fill the pan.)
Repeat until all colors are used and pan has 4 rows of colored rice krispie mixture.
Set aside for 15 minutes. Using a leaf shaped cookie cutter, cut out as many leaves as possible.
(I got 3 leaves of each color, 12 leaves total.)
You can easily combine the remaining rice krispie scraps and cut out several multi-colored leaves.