Valentine’s Rice Krispies

Heart shaped Valentine’s Rice Krispies. These Valentine treats are very easy to make and definitely a crowd pleaser. This is a great activity to make with your kids and a perfect treat for their friends or Valentine’s Day parties. 

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6Cups Rice Krispies
6Tablespoons Butter
6Cups Mini Marshmallows
1Teaspoon Vanilla
1 ¼Cups White Chocolate
1Cup Pink Candy Melts
1/2Cup Dark Chocolate Chips
1Teaspoon Coconut Oil
Pink and Red Food Coloring
Valentine's Sprinkles



In a large saucepan, melt the butter. Add the marshmallows and stir continuously until completely melted and smooth. Add the vanilla and mix until combined. Remove from heat.
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Add in the Rice Krispies and stir until they are all covered in the marshmallow mixture.
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Place parchment paper in a rectangular mold, and add in the rice krispie mixture. With a spatula, spread evenly throughout the mold until it's about 1 inch thick.
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Grease your heart molds and cut out the first round of hearts. With the rest of the mixture, reshape a square or rectangle, and repeat until you have cut out all the hearts.
Let the hearts harden for about 20 minutes.
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Prepare the chocolate by adding the white chocolate into a small heat safe bowl, the dark chocolate to another and the candy melts to another bowl. Add 1 teaspoon of coconut oil to the white and dark chocolate. Melt one bowl at a time in the microwave for 20 second intervals until fully melted.
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Take a heart and dip the side or the top into the melted chocolate. If you like you can use a spoon to spread chocolate on the top of the hearts. Another option is to use a ziploc bag as a piping bag with a tiny hole cut in one edge to create thin lines. Place the hearts on parchment paper and add the sprinkles. Let the hearts set completely before serving.
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It is very important that the marshmallows are fresh because stale ones will not melt.

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