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Hollow Easter egg cereal bar treats

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Edible Easter eggs with a surprise inside

Make these easy and delicious rice cereal eggs with your little ones for Easter. They are hollow so you can put anything you desire inside for a nice surprise treat!

Hollow cereal bar Easter eggs

Edible Easter eggs
with a surprise inside

Make these easy and delicious rice cereal eggs with your little ones for Easter! They are hollow so you can put anything you desire inside for a nice surprise treat!

Ingredients:

  • 6 cups rice cereal
  • 4 cups mini marshmallows
  • 3 tablespoons butter
  • medium- to large-sized plastic Easter eggs

Directions:

1

You'll make the regular rice cereal treats as directed: In a microwave-safe bowl, melt the butter and the marshmallows on high for three minutes, stirring at two minutes. Stir until smooth.

Make the regular rice krispies

2

Pour the rice cereal and mix together until the rice cereal is well coated.

Add cereal

3

Wash the plastic Easter eggs and dry.

Wash egg

4

Spray butter spray lightly on the insides of the eggs.

Spray inside of egg

5

Stick little chunks of rice cereal on the inside edges of the egg.

Stick rice kripies inside of egg

6

Using your thumb, pat the inside edges firmly so the rice cereal becomes smooth and firm.

Press

7

Repeat to the other half part of the plastic egg.

Repeat

8

Close the egg tightly.

Close egs

9

Open the egg and take out the rice cereal egg. Gently open the rice cereal egg and put candy
of your choice (Skittles, M&M’s, jellybeans, chocolates) inside the egg.

Add candy

10

Close the egg together.

Close eg

11

Gently push down on both sides of the egg to close off any gaps in between.

Close gaps

Quick tip

Don’t make the rice cereal layer too thin or the egg won’t retain its shape. To retain the shape of the egg, make sure the layer is thick enough and firm enough.

Final product

Hollow cereal bar Easter eggs

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