Chocolate Dipped Rice Crispy “Popsicles”

June 28th, 2010

The 4th if July is coming up this weekend and for folks in the states that means fireworks, friends and entertaining. I thought it’d be fun to make a week of it and share some of my favorite Independence Day themed projects and designs.

First up, Chocolate Dipped Rice Crispy “Popsicles” on a stick. I got the idea from Balancing Motherhood and thought it would be a fun addition to any 4th of July Celebration. The whole process is super simple, just make rice crispy treats (directions on the box), cut into 1″ x 1″ x 3″ rectangles, add a candy stick, dip in melted chocolate and enjoy! You could easily add sprinkles and wrap them in cellophane for portability too.

39 Responses to “Chocolate Dipped Rice Crispy “Popsicles””

  1. ruth Says:

    perfect for any party!

  2. Sarah O Says:

    Love this idea! They look so professional. I may need to add this to my July 4th menu.

  3. Alicia Says:

    So excited to see someone make these. Love your photos. Thanks for the link.

  4. Christine Says:

    um, YUM. It’s ‘Canada Day’ here on July 1 – I just might have to celebrate with some of these delicious goodies!!

  5. teresa Says:

    Just kill me now. They look sooo good!

  6. claire Says:

    yum yum yum!!! Best treat ever!!! Great post!!

  7. jensen Says:

    I think these are being added to our 4th of July menu! I’ve been wanting to make rice krispy treats for the longest time & this is perfect.

  8. Rachelle Says:

    Hmm…. these MIGHT just become the favors for my wedding in a few weeks!!!

  9. Tsuki Fox Says:

    those look divine!!!

  10. Kate-Emerald Weddings Says:

    These are amazing! They would make such a great wedding favor for couples getting married over the 4th of July holiday!

  11. pixie Says:

    Oh. I love crispy treats…all the better dipped in chocolate. How have I *never* thought of that?!

  12. page Says:

    this is such a great idea!! 🙂
    i will definitely try this 🙂
    love your blog as always

  13. Laura Says:

    Seriously this is so cute! Hope I can remember to try this sometime. Maybe this weekend…

    Thank you for sharing!


  14. Ann Says:

    Oh don’t these look fab! We used to make something similar and put cocoa powder in the mixture to make Chocolate Rice Krispie Cakes and shape in paper cupcake cases – they were a staple of children’s parties in the 60s over here!

  15. carrie marie Says:

    These look delicious! If you like peanut butter try mixing peanut butter in with the dipping chocolate. Mmmmm! 🙂

  16. rebecca Says:

    What a FANTASTIC idea! They’re great for any party.

  17. Jessica Says:

    these are WAY cute! LOVE them SO much. Thanks for sharing this fabulous idea.

  18. shelly (cookies and cups) Says:

    How gorgeous! couture krispies 😉

  19. Jordan - Polkadot Prints Says:

    Oh these are so cute!…Perfect little krispie treats – genius styling xo

  20. Charissa @ MiMi's Babies Says:

    Yum!!! My boys and I are going to try this tomorrow. Wish I had some sprinkles! 🙂

  21. designjr Says:

    these are brilliant! I’m planning a barbeque at the weekend and I have a big box of rice crispies so I’m going to have to try them. Thanks for the great idea!

  22. Monica Says:

    Perfect Treats for the weekend! My girls have been begging to make rice crispy treats!

    Thank you for sharing!

  23. Sheila Says:

    YUMMY! so simple and so delicious!

  24. Shruti Goradia Says:

    Beautiful! So simple and eye catching. I’m sure I will use these sometime soon.

  25. Simply Lanny Says:

    endless idea’s wow thanks for sharing …

  26. Karen Says:

    I love this! Maybe Krispie Kabobs for a kids party…plain, cocoa and peanut butter cut in cubes and skewered.

  27. Briana Says:

    What a great idea for the 4th! We loved it so much that it’s been featured at Sweet Peas and Bumblebees as one of our red, white, and blue favorites! Don’t forget to grab a button! (:


  28. Amy G Says:

    I was just thinking today I need to make some Rice Krispie treats, but I wanted to do something fun with them! Thanks for the great idea!

  29. Kara Says:

    I’m thinking this would also be great using a white chocolate that could be colored…say red for some, blue for some, and leave the rest white! There is your 4th of July treat!

  30. ~Debbie Says:

    so cute! these would be cute…and even more “4th of July-ish” if you added patriotic M&M’s to the rice krispie treats. I think I’ll try that!!!

  31. Sarah Says:

    Where can you buy candy sticks?? This is great! 🙂

  32. Yum Yum Tables Says:

    Oh my, YUM-O!

  33. Heather Says:

    We have a block party this Saturday. I think I may try these!

  34. vic Says:

    how do you make the treats? am from uk!!! xx

  35. Heather Says:

    Ugh… so I just attempted this and they fell off the stick. Once I dipped them, they warm chocolate melted the marsh mellows and disaster ensued. Suggestions??

  36. Erica Hartman Says:

    LOVE ’em! Think I’ll be making these for my wedding 🙂

  37. Lindy@Itsy Bitsy Paper Says:

    These look scrumptious!

    I am having a Red, White and Blue Linky Party and hope you will join in on the fun!

  38. Amanda Says:

    Thanks for the simple, beautiful idea!

  39. Andrea (questfordelish) Says:

    Great idea and they looks so yummy. I found these on pinterest and I have to say I can’t stop looking at them. great photos.