Peppa Pig Rice Krispie Treats

Peppa Pig Rice Krispie Treats - We used a Peppa Pig Cookie Cutter to make these adorable and yummy Rice Krispie Treats for a Peppa Pig Birthday Party. It is a colorful and festive party dessert that everyone will love. Follow us for more fun Peppa Pig Party Ideas.

We love Rice Krispie Treats and we don’t think a party is a party without them. Not only are they delicious but they are so versatile, a little bit of food coloring and some imagination and you can turn them into anything.  So it shouldn’t be a surprise that this was a must have item at our Peppa Pig Birthday Party. These Peppa Pig Rice Krispie Treats were so cute and the kids loved them.  As is usually the case, the Rice Krispie Treats are the first dessert to run out at the Party Dessert Table!

How to Make Peppa Pig Rice Krispie Treats

You will need:

  • Kellogg’s Rice Krispie Cereal
  • Mini Marshmallows
  • Butter (Sweet Cream, Salted)
  • Americolor Deep Pink Food Coloring
  • Wilton Candy Eye Balls
  • Cookie sheet
  • Peppa Pig cookie cutter
  • Royal icing or Buttercream Frosting

How to Make Rice Krispie Treats

To make a batch of Rice Krispie Treats you will need 6 tablespoons of butter, 6 cups of marshmallows and 6 cups of Rice Krispies Cereal.   Melt the butter in a large pan on medium heat.  Add the marshmallows and stir until melted.

Pink Marshmallow Mixture

Turn off the heat and add the food coloring to color the marshmallow mixture a soft pink.  We used 3 drops of Americolor Deep Pink Food Coloring.

Add Rice Krispie Cereal to Pink Marshmallow Mixture

Add the Rice Krispie Cereal and gently stir until it is completely covered with the pink melted marshmallow mixture.  Pour the Rice Krispie Treat mixture onto a lightly buttered cookie sheet.

Press Rice Krispie Treat mixture into a cookie sheet

Press the pink Rice Krispie Treat mixture into the cookie sheet and let the Rice Krispie Treats cool for 10-15 minutes.

Peppa Pig Cookie Cutter

To make the Peppa Pig Rice Krispie Treats we used a Peppa Pig cookie cutter that we found on Etsy.  There are many sellers on Etsy who use their 3D printers to make Peppa Pig cookie cutters.  We ordered one and got it within a week. It was the perfect shape and very reasonably priced.

Cut out Peppa Pig Rice Krispie Treats

Cut out the Peppa Pig Rice Krispie Treats and let them set a bit (we waited about 30 minutes) before decorating.

Best Buttercream Frosting in Peppa Pink

To decorate Peppa’s face we used the same medium pink Buttercream frosting that we used on the Peppa Pig Cupcakes and Peppa Pig Frosted Sugar Cookies. Visit either of those posts for more detailed information on how to create pink buttercream frosting.

Outline Peppa Pig Rice Krispie Treats with Pink Frosting

Use frosting to create an outline around the Peppa Pig Rice Krispie Treat.

Add Wilton Candy Eyeball and Face Details

Add two Wilton Candy Eye Balls.  Finish by adding some face details with the frosting:  outline the eyes, add a circle for Peppa’s cheek, Add a small smile and her nostrils.

Peppa Pig Rice Krispie Treats - We used a Peppa Pig Cookie Cutter to make these adorable and yummy Rice Krispie Treats for a Peppa Pig Birthday Party. It is a colorful and festive party dessert that everyone will love. Follow us for more fun Peppa Pig Party Ideas.

That’s all there is to making Peppa Pig Rice Krispie Treats. Super easy. Super fun.  And who doesn’t live a Rice Krispie Treat?

Peppa Pig Rice Krispie Treats - We used a Peppa Pig Cookie Cutter to make these adorable and yummy Rice Krispie Treats for a Peppa Pig Birthday Party. It is a colorful and festive party dessert that everyone will love. Follow us for more fun Peppa Pig Party Ideas.

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4 comments on “Peppa Pig Rice Krispie Treats”

  1. Hi: these are great. How would you recommend packaging them as to not smear the details of the face if I wanted to wrap them as take home goodies at a party?

  2. Hi, I’ve just made these as I wanted to test them first before making them for my daughters 3rd birthday, I just did half the mixture that you say to do, however it was so sticky and stringy they were really difficult to handle and just stuck to the plate so not practical for the kids to pick up, can you help me please and tell me were I’m going wrong and how to fix it, because they tasted great and my daughter loved them…even tho they were to sticky

    • Hi Katie, it’s hard to say what went wrong. Did you use margarine or butter? Sometimes margarine makes the Rice Krispie Treats a little sticky. If it happens again. try adding a little bit more rice krispies.

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