Simple Homemade Easter Treats For the Kids And The Adults
You will be wondering where this Mars Bar Rice Krispies Easter Treat has been all your life once you make it.
If you are a HUGE fan of Mars Bars like my entire family is then this easy Easter treat recipe will be a hit.
Growing up my husband and I can distinctively remember our moms making this recipe for us every Easter.
Now that we have our own kids I keep the tradition going making these classic treats that bring back childhood memories for us along with an Easter Egg Hunt.
Mars Canada Is More Than Just A Chocolate Factory
Did you know…
Mars Canada is leading the way for confectionery as well as Food and Pet Food and was founded in 1940 with our Canadian Headquarters located in Bolton, Ontario, Canada. In 2005 revenue for Mars Canada hit 18 Billion Dollars and they employed 39,000 employees.
The Mars portfolio has five of the world’s leading confectionery brands, including the Mars Bar, Snickers Bar, Skittles and Twix Cookie Bars, and the world’s single largest candy brand, M&M’s Chocolate Candies.
In Canada when you make Rice Krispie squares you add marshmallows but in Scotland we used chocolate.
If my mum made these for a really big treat or birthday party she would add loads of Mars Bars to the mixture.
Easy Treats Easter Recipe For Kids
If you’re hosting an Easter party or if your child’s school is having a bake sale any type of chocolate Easter treats WILL sell.
I’ve made them many times for our kids and they ask for this recipe every year now.
Along with making Easter treats we also create Easter crafts (Blowing out Eggs, decorating then varnishing them) together as a family.
I love involving the kids so one day they do the same for their own.
You Only Need 4 Ingredients For This Spectacular Easter Recipe
This Easter treat recipe has only four ingredients all of which may be a pantry staple except maybe the chocolate bars.
Like most people, if I stocked any type of chocolate bars in my pantry they would be gone every week.
If you have a leftover chocolate Easter bunny you could use that chocolate as well to make this recipe.
I like to chop them up into bits or freeze them whole so when the time comes I want to use it I just let it come to room temperature and chop.
Mars Bar Rice Krispie Easter Treats Ingredients List
For this Easter recipe you will need:
This is a very pretty Easter presentation with only a few ingredients and you can jazz it up by adding a plush Easter Bunny to the treat table. (see picture above)
I buy my Mars bars at the dollar store since I can get four mini bars for $1 or $1 each.
If you have a Dollar store close to you think about getting your chocolate bars there rather than the grocery store or corner shop.
How to make Mars Bars Rice Krispies Easter Treats
Today I am going to press my Mars Bar Rice Krispies into muffin tins, let cool and then make into baskets for Easter treats.
I will be layering the inside with toasted coconut but you don’t have to.
I’ve just done this to create a nest but not everyone likes coconut.
It will be just as delicious without the coconut.
- 8 Mars bars
- ½ cup choc chips
- 1 teaspoon butter
- 3 cups Rice Krispies
- Cut up the Mars Bars and place in a glass bowl
- Place in microwave for 2-3 mins until it starts melting
- Once on and the Mars Bars have started to melt add the butter and mix well. Then add the chocolate chips.
- When everything has melted stir well until all combined.
- In another bowl place in the Rice Krispies then pour the melted Mars Bars over the top and gently mix together.
- Now you place them in muffin tin cases or line a pan with parchment paper and mold into rectangle shapes and place in the fridge to cool.
- Top your Mars Bars Rice Krispies Easter Treats Basket with some Chocolate eggs.
- Note: The cooling time is not factored into the COOK TIME. So in total it will take you 50 mins start to finish.
So if you are looking for last-minute easy Easter treats to make this is the recipe you need to make.
No-fuss and super easy on the budget. Kids love Rice Krispies too so you don’t have to wonder if they will be a hit.
What are some of your favourite childhood Easter treats memories?
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