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Valentine Crispy Cutouts

Valentine Crispy Cutouts recipe
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A pink-tinted marshmallow and cereal mixture is spread in a pan, cut with heart-shaped cutters and decorated with icing for sweet Valentine treats.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
20 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
1/31/2009
once you make the treats into heart shapes, use the extra pieces to make little balls out of them. By the way, they were delicious! Everyone at my party loved them, especially since they were pink! Brilliant!
posted:
7/2/2007
It was very hard getting the marshmallows to mix with the cereal before the marshmallows goo hardened.
posted:
2/15/2007
It was very easy. I used generic brands and it wasn't as sweet tasting, but I plan to do it again on St. Patty's Day with Green food coloring and shamrock cookie cutters!
posted:
2/6/2007
I'm going to make this for my childs class.
posted:
2/6/2007
Very easy and definitely kid-friendly. I took them to my Mom's Group V-Day party and everyone loved them. Decorating possibilities are endless. YUM!
posted:
1/31/2007
As my son and brother are both Valentine birthdays, i made these for them .. These were especially great when i would make them for my sons 'class party' much easier than transporting cupcakes.. and ,they dont take alot of time in the kitchen which i really appreciated as a working mom...
posted:
6/28/2006
Really easy and really cute. I made four BIG ones and gave them as part of a valentine's gift instead of the usual chocolate
posted:
9/13/2005
Lots of fun for my preschooler.
posted:
2/13/2005
so great. my teenagers never cared for my cooking .but when I made this they went crazy. So now I always use the same recipe but different shapes that my kids want me to make. A couple of days ago my daughters friends came over and tasted my cookies. Now evry day they call me the cool mom and I just love it. this recipe made me and my family closer then ever.
posted:
2/9/2005
This treat turned out *so* cute- I made these for my son's Valentine party today and they were a huge hit! After cutting the hearts out, I wrote with piped icing things like "I [heart] you; 2 cool; xoxo; kiss me; U R a QT; my sweet; true love; hug me; best bud, etc..... I had my son help me package them in cellophane bags, and I tied them with red & white raffia. Since I made a few batches of these, I tinted them all different colors (pink, purple, mint, yellow & peach) like typical conversation hearts. It was a huge hit!!!! ***** (5 stars!)
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