Easter Craft: Rice Krispy Treats {and FREE Printable}

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Rice Krispy Treats are an easy and fun goodie bag idea for Easter time.

Here is a simple Easter craft you can make with your kiddos.

You Will Need:

  • Ingredients to make Rice Krispy Treats
  • Easter sprinkles
  • Free Hoppy Easter Printable  <—- click to print
  • 4×9 clear cello bags
  • Easter cookie cutters (I used bunny heads and carrots)
  • card stock
  • stapler
  • paper-cutter

Prepare your Rice Krispy Treats according to your favorite recipe.

Once well combine, stir in some Easter fun sprinkles.

Mix well.

Press your cereal treat mixture into a 9×13 baking dish.

Pop it in the fridge for an hour or more to harden.

Use your favorite Easter cookie cutter to cut your treats into shapes.

Print your free printable on card stock and cut it out using a paper-cutter.

Fold the printable Easter tag as the below picture illustrates.

(My printables are created by Kelli over at 3 Boys and a Dog. If you are looking for affordable design work, she can make a custom printable like this for your for around $5.)

Place the cereal treat in a 4×9 cello bag.

Place the Easter printable over the top of the cello bag and secure with a staple.

And you have an easy and precious Easter treat perfect for gift giving.



  1. Cute idea to package the treats…i pinned it on my pinterest 🙂

  2. close to home says:

    love the sprinkle version, I have all the ingredients to make ours just have not gotten around to it!! thanks of the reminder:)

  3. OH, my kids love krispie treats! Might have to get a cookie cutter for this one! Such a cut idea!

  4. Sabrina Thompson says:

    A very thoughtful and creative idea I must say. I can also use this idea for birthday parties. Awesome!

  5. I LOVE making cut out rice krispy treats for holidays…they are especially good dipped in chocolate!! Your treats and treat bags turned out so cute!! Found you through URS…thanks for sharing!

  6. Tara@Tales of a Trophy WIfe says:

    Such a fun little gift at Easter:)

  7. Chewy, light and colorful! Easter dinners can be so formal. Thank you for a great idea for the kids!

  8. Angela @The Not So Functional Housewife says:

    This is adorable! Thanks for sharing this idea!

  9. What wonderful Easter Treats, these are just adorable! Hope you have a wonderful week and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  10. Congratulations!
    Your recipe is featured on Full Plate Thursday this week. Have a great weekend and enjoy your new RED PLATE.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  11. Hi! Thanks for linking up to tasteful tuesdays at nap-timecreations! Love this idea! Would love to see a link back so I can feature you!

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