Try using these original Rice Krispie Treats as a summertime snack and turn them into ice cream cones! Fill them with your favorite flavor and decorate with as many fun toppings as you can.
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I remember having Kellogg’s Rice Krispie Treats as a kid and always being amazed at how fun they could be as well as how tasty! You can make so many different kinds of recipes with them.
Case in point. Ice Cream Cones molded into shape using only Rice Krispie treats.
These are perfect for a summers day and definitely a project that the kids can help with. Each cone is made with a Rice Krispie Treat and is the perfect size for little hands. You can choose any topping you prefer, even chocolate or caramel syrups with a cherry on top! Choose your favorite ice cream flavor and go at it while the sun is still shining.
One of my favorites treats and seemed to be at every birthday party I was invited to, were Rice Krispies covered in chocolate and then left to set. They were so good and I still remember them!
Rice Krispie Treats are really pliable which makes them easy to roll out and then form into a cone shape. If things start to get too sticky, just shake some powdered sugar onto your work surface and that should take care of any issues.
I recommend leaving the cones in the freezer for 15-20 minutes just to help set them up before adding the ice cream and toppings.
Have a great week everyone!
This is a sponsored post for Kelloggs Rice Krispie Treats. All thoughts and opinions are my own!
Rice Krispie Treat Ice Cream Cones
Rice Krispie Treats Cones filled with soft ice cream.
- 4 Rice Krispie Treats
- 1 tablespoon powdered sugar
- 1/2 cup chocolate chips
- Ice cream
- Sprinkles or any other toppings you prefer
Melt the chocolate chips.
Using a rolling pin, roll each Rice Krispie Treat out until it reaches a size of about 3 x 3 inches.
If the treats become sticky, sprinkle a little powdered sugar on the table.
Roll the square into a cone shape and pinch the bottom to seal any hole that may be there.