Whip Up a Batch of Red White and Blue Rice Krispies Treats
These red white and blue Rice Krispies are perfect if you want a quick and easy July 4th dessert idea. They are simple, fun, and the kids will love snacking on them!
Red White and Blue Rice Krispies
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I love sharing easy, quick dessert ideas and Rice Krispies are always a crowd favorite!
The kids loved making these simple red white and blue Rice Krispies treats. They are simple and the kids will be so proud to let everyone at the BBQ know they “made” them. No one can resist this easy patriotic treat Let’s get started.
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Tips to Make these Patriotic Rice Krispies
- You don’t have to start with pre-made treats, but frankly, getting them into nice, clean squares is a pain so if the kids are making these, I recommend the pre-made ones.
- Put the sprinkles on while the candy is still wet. If you wait too long, they won’t stick.
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How Do I Make these Red White and Blue Rice Krispies?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our easy recipe July 4th dessert idea the kids can make themselves.
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More July 4th Dessert Ideas You Might Like
- Ultimate List of July 4th Desserts – If you’ve ever wanted a July 4th dessert, this list will have the treat you need!
- Flag Cupcakes – I am not joking, I think the kids had as much fun decorating these as they did eating them. LOL!
- Patriotic Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes – Ridiculously adorable and SO FUN for the kids to eat. This is a must-have for our July 4th celebration.
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