Turn 1 Rice Krispies Square into 3 Hearts

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I'm sure you all have seen heart shaped rice krispie like these. What I'm showing you here is not just heart shaped Valentine's Day treats, it's how to turn one Rice Krispie Square into 3 hearts!
- These are all you need
- The first heart
- Here is how you get the second one


- Break the leftover rice krispies into small pieces, then use them to fill the cookie cutter. Now you have your third heart!
Quick and easy, and no waste!
Rice krispie pop with sprinkles.
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21 comments:

  1. I just love your blog!:) Great ideas great work!:) You're a very talented mom:)))
    All the best for you! Marzena

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  2. Hi Marzena, thank you so much for the sweet comment :D Have a great weekend!

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  3. What Size heart cookie cutter did you use. They are precious!!

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  4. Thank you for the comment. The cutter I used was 4cm wide.

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  5. 哇!另一佳作!!! 这么传统的食物也能被你的巧手“改装”成这么浪漫、有趣和可爱。。。佩服你。。五体投地。。。 ;)

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  6. Hi Emily, thank you thank you and thank you :D

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  7. Hi Tiffany! My kids would love these! Cute idea for a lunchbox surprise! Also, in answer to your question on my blog, I make the pancake sandwiches up with the cream cheese and then freeze them individually ahead of time. I then just grab a pancake "sandwich" in the morning, pack it in their lunch and by noon, they are de-thawed and ready to eat. My kids don't mind eating room temperature pancakes but you could always warm them up and then make them into a cream cheese sandwich before putting them into a lunchbox. Either way would work.

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  8. Thank you so much Jenni. I made pancakes for breakfast this morning (nothing cute though), and I also made a few pancake sandwich to put in the freezer. Thanks again for the tip!

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  9. I love your blog. You are so inspiring and creative. Could you tell me what you used to wrap the Rice Krispie pops and also where I would purchase it?

    Thanks so much!

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  10. Thank you for the comment. the bag is called lollipop bag, you can find them at Michaels, bakery supply shops or online. Or you can use the tiny ziploc bag from doller store (craft section|), just cut off the zipper part. Hope this helps!

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  11. I am so going to do this on Monday for my little one. A festivity day of love, crafts, and tasty goodies. I heart your site.

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  12. Hi Becca, thank you for the comment. I'm sure your little one will love the hearts you make :D
    Happy Valentine's Day!

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  13. Hello, nice to see your blog! you're so creative...
    Can I link your blog into mine?

    I have a kid, 6 years old now, so your blog surely will inspire me...

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  14. hi tiffany....i really loved ur ideas:)

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  15. This is something really original, I want to do something like that in order to surprise my girlfriend because she likes those details.

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  16. Awesome blog about Rice Krispie.i like it. thanks for sharing.....

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  17. I found you are a master in this area !

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