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Marshmallows. Butter. One box of cereal. That’s all you need to whip up a batch of homemade Rice Krispies treats. And, you could follow the recipe printed on the back of the popular blue box for plain ol’ Rice Krispies treats, but where’s the fun in that? Add a few more ingredients like food coloring and icing and serve up the season’s most creative Halloween-themed Rice Krispies treats. Ghosts, pumpkin, skeletons, spiders—the whole creepy-crawly gang’s here. No matter which recipe you chose, with a box of cereal on hand, you’re only 10 minutes away from giving your guests a sweet, spectacular spook. Go all out with our monster list of festive Rice Krispies treats.
Pumpkin Rice Krispies Treats
Whip up a patch of pumpkins and impress the heck out of your guests. Tootsie Rolls and Fruit Roll-Ups included.
Frankenstein Rice Krispies Treats
Squares of Rice Krispies on striped straws are decorated with melted chocolate and mini marshmallows to look like Frankenstein.
Rice Krispies Treat Monsters
Everyone from one-eyed to five-eyed monsters have joined this clan for a cute, not-so-creepy party favorite.
Chocolate Dipped Candy Corn Crispy Treats
These bad boys are way better than real candy corn. Come on, they’re one end is dipped in dark chocolate and the other in white chocolate.
Peanut Butter Rice Krispies Treat Pumpkin
Peanut butter is an unusual, but welcomed surprise. Colored frosting is perfect for drawing a pair of eyes, a nose, and a mouth on each.
Rice Krispies Treats Ghosts
Children will have a bawl designing their own ghosts with edible googly eyes.
Rice Krispies Treat Mummies
You’re just 10 minutes away from indulging in the easiest 3-ingredient party snack fully coated in white chocolate.
Monster Rice Krispies Treats
Each monster is customizable according to your imagination. The number of eyes and the color of the body is totally up to the creative chef.
H is for Halloween Rice Krispies Treats
Chocolate and sprinkles complete these extremely festive treats on a stick.
Rice Krispies Treat Brains
“Brains,” a.k.a. marshmallow and cereal treats traced with red gel icing, are served on a metal tray for an extra gross effect.
Candy Corn Rice Krispies Cupcakes
The base of this “cupcake” has two layers: one yellow and one orange. It’s then topped with vanilla frosting to mimic candy corn.
Witch Hats Rice Krispies Treats
Black and purple hat-shaped snacks are lined with green M&M’s that stick by applying icing that acts like a glue of some sort.
Skeleton Rice Krispies
A gingerbread man cookie cutter helps to form skeleton-shaped treats that are then decorated with black and white gel icing to draw in bones and facial features.
Rice Krispies Treat Spiders
Use round cookie cutters to cut circles for the spiders’ bodies. Add-ons: pretzel sticks for legs, mini marshmallows for eyes, vanilla Tootsie Rolls for fangs.
Candy Corn Krispies Cake
Three sets of colored Rice Krispies are stacked in a bundt pan to form cake, with actual candy corn between the layers. After, it’s drizzled with melted chocolate.