White Chocolate Rice Crispy Treats

White Chocolate Rice Crispy Treats square

Want to know how to make delicious rice crispy treats even better?  The answer is pretty simple.  Are you ready for it?

Add white chocolate.

Oh. My.

Heaven on a plate, they are.  I dare you to stop at just one.  Or five.

And the best part?  Only four ingredients and 15 minutes to make.

You’re welcome.

White Chocolate Rice Crispy Treats

Here is what you need:

1 box Rice Krispies (or generic equivalent) 
2 bags mini marshmallows
1 stick of butter, plus more for greasing the pan
1 bag of white chocolate chips, divided.

White Chocolate Rice Crispy Treats

Step 1: Generously grease a 9×13″ cake pan or baking dish with butter.

White Chocolate Rice Crispy Treats

Step 2: Melt one stick of butter in a large pot over medium heat.

White Chocolate Rice Crispy Treats

Step 3:  Add mini marshmallows and begin stirring with a heavy-duty spatula.

White Chocolate Rice Crispy Treats

Step 4:  Add 2/3 of the white chocolate chips and continue stirring.

White Chocolate Rice Crispy Treats

Step 5:  Continue stirring until marshmallows are completely melted.  There may still be some small chunks of white chocolate–that’s okay.

White Chocolate Rice Crispy Treats

Step 6:  Slowly add the Rice Krispies to the pot and stir until cereal is completely coated with marshmallow mixture.

White Chocolate Rice Crispy Treats

Step 7:  Pour mixture (it will be sticky!) into your pre-greased baking dish.

White Chocolate Rice Crispy Treats

Step 8:  Butter your hands, then press down cereal into pan.

White Chocolate Rice Crispy Treats

Step 9:  Melt remaining white chocolate chips in microwave.  (Heat for 30 seconds, then stir, then repeat until melted.  If mixture seems thick, add a tablespoon of vegetable oil.)

White Chocolate Rice Crispy Treats

Step 10:  Place melted white chocolate in a pastry bag (or Ziploc bag, in a pinch).  Cut off tip (or corner) of bag, then drizzle overtop of cereal.  Refrigerate for at least 30 minutes to let white chocolate harden before attempting to cut into squares.

White Chocolate Rice Crispy Treats--just 4 ingredients!

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What’s your favorite way to make rice crispy squares?

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  • Amanda July 31,

    Loooooove rice krispy treats! Can’t wait to try this. (In fact, it may have to be today….)

    Reply
    • Ruth Soukup August 1,

      I highly recommend them! Let me know what you think! :-)

      Reply
  • amy@TheBlissfulBee July 31,

    This looks so yummy! I’d love for you to link up at my Work it Wednesday linky party!!

    xo, amy
    http://theblissfulbee.com/work-it-wednesday-no-8/

    Reply
    • Ruth Soukup August 1,

      Thanks Amy!

      Reply
  • Kalyn Brooke | Creative Savings July 31,

    I love how seriously easy this is! Now I’m gonna have to try it. :)

    Reply
    • Ruth Soukup August 1,

      Let me know what you think Kalyn! :-)

      Reply
  • Anonymous August 1,

    cant wait to try this!!!! I bet you can use peppermint chips or any flavor

    Reply
  • Pamela Hilde August 13,

    I have used this before and it’s great. you can add just about any flavor chips. I have used butterscotch before, mint choc. Chips and peanut butter. All were great!

    Reply
  • Jennifer K. August 16,

    What size box of Rice Krispies did you use?

    Reply
    • Ruth Soukup August 17,

      The family size box. :-)

      Reply
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  • Krissy October 22,

    LOVE this recipe!! Thank you so much for sharing – so simple :) Yum!

    The only step I had problems with was Step 10 – I tried melting the white chocolate chips and putting it in a ziploc bag, but couldn’t get the chips to squeeze through… they were still semi solid but so hot they started to melt the bag! So I compromised and added some Halloween sprinkles on top – much easier and still delicious!

    Reply
  • Cecilia November 24,

    I’m trying this today! Thanks for the recipe. I only have large marshmellows…how much of those do you think I should use? 2 bags, same as mini-marshmellows?

    Reply
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    Hmm is anyone else encountering problems with the images on this blog loading?
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