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Funfetti Rice Krispies Treats

4.7 from 10 votes
Easily make my Funfetti Rice Krispies Treats recipe, a delicious back to school treat for lunches, after school snacks or for anytime!
Funfetti Rice Krispies Treats - Easy, No Bake treats that are perfect for Back To School

Hi Bold Bakers!

You read it right, this is my recipe for homemade Funfetti Rice Krispies Treats! If you love that sweet funfetti cake flavor and enjoy classic Rice Krispies Treats you will go nuts for these! We all know and love the classic Rice Krispies Treat. They are perfect for back to school lunches, after school snacks, or to easily whip them up for a party or event.

When creating this recipe I knew I wanted to take the Rice Krispies Treats we know and love and make them even Bolder. As a big fan of Funfetti Cake, I was so excited to see what I could develop. By adding Fruity Pebbles cereal and plenty of melted white chocolate I created a new way to enjoy Rice Krispies Treats, and man are they yummy!

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This recipe really could not be easier to whip up. All you do is combine all of your ingredients in a bowl, let them set up in a big tray and cut them into thick squares. They look every bit as as good as they taste, and these rainbow-speckled treats are perfect to make with your kids.

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Your friends and family will love these Funfetti Rice Krispies Treats, I can’t wait for you to let me know what you think…. Enjoy!

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Funfetti Rice Krispies Treats Recipe

4.7 from 10 votes
Easily make my Funfetti Rice Krispies Treats recipe, a delicious back to school treat for lunches, after school snacks or for anytime!
Author: Gemma Stafford
Servings: 20 pieces
Prep Time 20 mins
Cook Time 3 mins
Total Time 23 mins
Easily make my Funfetti Rice Krispies Treats recipe, a delicious back to school treat for lunches, after school snacks or for anytime!
Author: Gemma Stafford
Servings: 20 pieces

Ingredients

  • ¼ cup (2oz/57g) butter
  • 5 cups (10oz/285g) marshmallows
  • cups (4oz/236g) Rice Krispies cereal
  • cups (4oz/236g) Fruity Pebbles
  • 1 cup (6oz/170g) white chocolate chips

Instructions

  • Melt your butter and marshmallows in a large bowl in the microwave or over medium low heat in a large saucepan. This will take roughly 2-3 minutes.Stir together until marshmallows are completely melted.
  • Pour in your Rice Krispies cereal, Fruity Pebbles and white chocolate chips. Stir together until cereal is completely coated.
  • Line a 9x13inch pan with parchment paper. Pour cereal into a and press down evenly. (Don't squish too much!)
  • Let chocolate set completely and cut. Store at room temperature in an airtight container for 7 days.

 

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32 thoughts on “Funfetti Rice Krispies Treats

  1. And Gemma can I use the glass jar method to whip up the marshmallows in the homemade marshmallows recipe as I do not have an electric hand or stand mixer (I mean the method that we used to whip up whipped cream). I only have a whisk so…
    Thank you in Advance Gemma…..Love you loads from India

    1. Hi Spurthi. I don’t recommend it as the two are different ingredients, they do not behave the same way. Eggwhites are thinner compared to heavy cream, thus you can expect two different results.

  2. Hi Gemma, This is Spurthi and I am 12 years old. I actually want to make rice krispie treats but I am not able to find rice krispie cereal in India not even on Indian amazon….So is there a substitute for the cereal which has the same texture and taste or is there a way you can make it at home….I really love Rice krispie treats and always used to have them when I lived in USA long ago.
    Thank you…Lots of Love from India.

    1. Hi there,
      this treat is certainly a memory from childhood, always a treat at birthday parties, back in the day.
      There are other puffed cereals out there, Special K, or any cereal described with the word ‘CRUNCH’ but these are not available in every place in the world.
      I am sorry, I cannot be sure what you have available to you, it is so varied.
      I am however delighted that you are baking with me, I love my young bold bakers around the world,
      Gemma 🙂

  3. Hi Gemma,
    I made it, it was absolutely fabulous, gorgeous and tasty! Loved it!
    I have a request,
    can you please make a rice cake recipe?
    I would love if you do.

    love from Bangladesh-
    (love you Gemma!)

  4. My 5 year old made it today and it was scrumptious! The only thing I had to help him with was stirring the whole thing together-the marshmallow stiffened up really quickly 😊 nothing like sticky, goey goodness on a spatula though!

    1. Yes, you can store them in the freezer, but chilling them in the fridge would also be alright. These store well, in fact you can store at room temperature in an airtight container for 7 days. I hope this helps.

  5. Hi Gemma,
    Might be a silly question, but can I use regular butter like real butter as we call it in Ireland or spread butter?

    1. Hi Michelle,
      Well, we both know there is only one butter! the real deal. Here in the US I try to buy Kerrygold as it is what I have at home. Always butter, never the spread. Spreads are formulated with all sorts of ingredients, great if you are vegan, or avoiding animal source fats, but other than that, in my opinion, butter is best!
      Good to have you with us,
      Gemma 🙂

  6. Hi Gemma, I love your recipes but am in Nigeria so I don’t get most of the ingredients, Can I use homemade marshmallows,and I’ve tried making chocolate at home can I also use them for the other recipes. Thanks

    1. hi Damaris,
      good that you are here with us! I know this is a problem for lots of people around the world. Certainly you can make your own marshmallows, there is a recipe here on the website for this. This is a tricky thing to do, but worthwhile in its’ own way. Take a look at the recipe here, see if you think it is doable for you, if you can find the ingredients.
      I am impressed that you made your own chocolate. I know it is doable at home where the cocoa bean is grown, that is a great skill! Other Bold Bakers will be envious of this!
      Gemma 🙂

  7. Hi Gemma
    I’m a 14 year old boy who tried this recipe
    It turned out AMAZING!
    I reduced the amount of Rice Krispies and used the same weight of mini marshmallows instead of the regular ones. But, it says these should stay fresh at room temperature for 7 days
    Mine stayed fresh for a bit over 1 day
    (My room temperature is between 20 degrees C at night and 35 degrees C during the day)
    I stored them in a Tupperware and cut them 1 hour after I made them like you did in the video
    Thanks
    Lots of love from Lebanon

    1. Hi David,
      I am really happy you made these! well done you.
      ‘Room temperature’ is an odd expression really, because it presumes a general international room temperature, and it comes from a time when recipes were local to where they were produced. Now it is international, in moments, so the term is really an anachronism.
      In Ireland where I grew up, room temperature will rarely rise above 20C, even in high summer. So, in your warm country it is probably safer to refrigerate anything you wish to keep for more than a day or so.
      I am really happy that oyu are with us here, stay tuned for lots more to come,
      Gemma 🙂

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