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Flavored Crispy Treats Eggs

Flavored Crispy Treats Eggs recipe
Recipe and Photo by Blogger, Xenia Sundell of www.thanksmailcarrier.com
Use small or large plastic Easter eggs to mold these sweet egg-shaped crispy treats. So easy—and yet guaranteed to please!
time
prep:
10 min
total:
1 hr 10 min
servings
total:
approximately 24 small eggs

What You Need

4
Tbsp.  butter or margarine
1
 package (10 oz.) JET-PUFFED FUNMALLOWS Marshmallows
6
cups  crisp rice cereal
 Plastic Easter eggs (small (2 inches in height) for regular eggs and/or large (4 inches in height) for filled eggs) You can re-use the same egg or purchase a package of plastic eggs to make more than one treat at a time.

Make It

SORT FUNMALLOWS into each of the four colors.

IN a small saucepan melt 1 Tbsp. butter over low heat. Add one color FUNMALLOWS and stir until completely melted.

REMOVE from heat and add 1½ cups of rice crispy cereal. Stir until well-coated.

COAT the inside of your plastic Easter eggs with cooking spray, being sure to grease your hands at the same time.

SCOOP and press the cereal mixture into each half of the plastic egg. For small eggs, fill until barely over-full and then snap each half together. Wait 5 seconds and remove from the molds, place on wax paper to cool.

FOR large, filled eggs, use your fingers to form a small, hollow center in each half of your egg before removing from the molds and placing on wax paper to cool.

AFTER large eggs have cooled slightly, place your choice of candy or chocolate into one half and gently press the two halves of the egg together, making sure to create a tight bond and cover the seam.

REPEAT this process for each marshmallow color.

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