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Make Sweetheart Rice Krispy Treats
16 steps
What you’ll need
4-5 cups
Rice Krispies Cereal
Dash
Salt
Vegetable Oil
5 Tablespoons
Butter
1/8 teaspoon
Vanilla Extract
Metal Heart Cookie Cutter
Candy Sticks
10 ounces
Mini Marshmallows
Pink Candy Melts
Fun Sprinkles
Melt your butter
1. Melt your butter
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Add in vanilla and mix
2. Add in vanilla and mix
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Pour in mini-marshmallows and mix well with butter
3. Pour in mini-marshmallows and mix well with butter
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Add a touch of salt and continue to mix
4. Add a touch of salt and continue to mix
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Mix in your Rice Krispies
5. Mix in your Rice Krispies
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Generously grease pan with butter
6. Generously grease pan with butter
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Lightly spread out your treat in the greased pan- do not pack it in!
7. Lightly spread out your treat in the greased pan- do not pack it in!
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Let Rice Krispies cool!
8. Let Rice Krispies cool!
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Create a double boiler by placing a pan on top of a pot of simmering water
9. Create a double boiler by placing a pan on top of a pot of simmering water
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Add your candy melts- your top pan should be completely dry, water is bad!
10. Add your candy melts- your top pan should be completely dry, water is bad!
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If your candy isn’t melting to the right consistency, add a little bit of vegetable oil
11. If your candy isn’t melting to the right consistency, add a little bit of vegetable oil
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Mine isn’t the perfect consistency but it will work!
12. Mine isn’t the perfect consistency but it will work!
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Dip or spatula on the candy coating - remember your marshmallows melt in heat, so be quick and light
13. Dip or spatula on the candy coating - remember your marshmallows melt in heat, so be quick and light
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It’s ok if its not perfectly smooth - we are covering in sprinkles!
14. It’s ok if its not perfectly smooth - we are covering in sprinkles!
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Dip your candy side into the sprinkles
15. Dip your candy side into the sprinkles
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Place your candy stick near the bottom point of your heart, deep enough so it is stable
16. Place your candy stick near the bottom point of your heart, deep enough so it is stable
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