Easter Chocolate Crispy Treats

Easter Chocolate Crispy Treats
Makes:
20
squares
Prep Time:
15
minutes
Total Time:
38
minutes
based on 40 reviews
2
Easter Chocolate Crispy Treats are cereal and marshmallow treats, made perfect with chopped up Nestlé Nesteggs. Great for Easter or springtime snacks.

Ingredients:

  • 40 NESTLÉ CRUNCH, BUTTERFINGER or Milk Chocolate NestEggs, unwrapped, divided
  • 6 cups toasted rice cereal
  • 3 tablespoons butter
  • 4 cups miniature marshmallows

Directions:

GREASE 13 x 9-inch baking pan.

SET aside 20 Nestlé Nesteggs to use for garnish. Chop remaining Nestlé Nesteggs. Combine rice cereal and chopped Nestlé Nesteggs in large bowl; set aside.

MELT butter in large bowl; add marshmallows. Microwave on HIGH (100%) power for 2 minutes. Stir until smooth. Add cereal and Nestlé Nesteggs mixture; stir until well coated. Spread mixture into prepared baking pan using buttered spatula. Immediately press reserved Nestlé Nesteggs into top. Let cool completely; cut into 20 squares.


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Susan Cogswell from

I loved making these with my children. We have experimented with many different kinds of candy added in! Very Easy!

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    Easter Chocolate Crispy Treats

    Steph Garrison from COTTAGE GROVE, MN

    Yum! I made these for an Easter brunch this year and they went over sensationally! I left a lot of the extra Crunch eggs in their pretty pastel wrappers too and sprinkled those around the tray also! It was lovely! The Crunch Eggs seemed like they were meant for the Rice Krispy bars because the texture lent itself so nicely and having chocolate in the bars at all was a very nice addition! The only thing I might do differently next time is to use miniatures or regular candy bars to chop up for the mixture and to just use the eggs on the top. The eggs themselves are a little tough to keep ahold of to chop because they like to roll around a bit and I think normal bars would cut more cleanly. That's it, though! Definitely a GREAT recipe! Thank you!

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    crispy goodness

    Patricia Wagner from MARYVILLE, TN

    Tried the chocolate crispy treats and loved them thank you.

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    Kids can make it

    Susan Cogswell from

    I loved making these with my children. We have experimented with many different kinds of candy added in! Very Easy!

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    easter chocolate crispy treats

    elaine hilton from little falls, NJ

    So easy and fun to make. The kids also love to help make this delicious treat. Great any day, any time. Also fantastic for bake sales. Make and enjoy some today!

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    Yummy and easy for kids

    JAMIE WAGERS from La Porte, IN

    My daughter and I had a lot of fun making these, a nice change to regular crispy treats!

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    Easter Crispy Treats

    sharon ann means from BOONVILLE, MO

    These were great. We used colored marshmallows. They can be frozen (if double bagged) for 6 months.

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    Family fun

    Dorothy Chandler from ANDERSON, IN

    My children and I love to make and eat these treats, they are delicious. Using this recipe together is making fun family memories!

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    such a good twist

    carla marshall from BELLE FOURCHE, SD

    This is so good for your kids and fun for them to help make. This is a good twist for a rice crispy.

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    WOW

    Gladys Diaz from CHARLOTTE, NC

    This is a great recipe my kids had a great time making these treats. Next time I have to make two one for my kids and one for the potluck!

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    Easter chocolate crispy Treats

    Pauline Johnsey from No. Stratford, NH

    Cute and easy. I made a batch using left over christmas kisses, worked great. They are also pretty with dried cranberries, choppped up jelly beans, or almost any candy you like. You can make these all year long.

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    Crispy Treats

    Sharon Tully from TAMPA, FL

    I discovered I had all the ingredients and decided to give these a try. Oh my oh my they were so good and very easy to make. Can be taken to work or to a game, anywhere really. Delicious.

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    easter eggs

    wendy evans from Newport, MI

    My kids and i really enjoyed makeing these treats. We had so much fun and we all love them. Now i make them sometimes 2 to 3 times a month.

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    Yummy

    Sherri Brasher from Winnetka, CA

    These were really fun to make with little ones and easy for the older kids to participate

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    Easter Chocolate Crispy Treats

    faith smith from albion, NY

    We used the holiday nestle swirl chips instead of the nestle eggs and they were an added awesome bonus. These were very easy to make and super easy to eat. Great recipe!!!!

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    super yummy

    melissa snoble from HEMET, CA

    not only was this really good, but it was super quick-and with my busy schedule thats very important!!!

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    Great Sweet Treat for the kids

    Kathi Bourland from Shaw AFB, SC

    My kids and I love this recipe. It as a hit when I made it the first time. Now I get asked when I'm gonna make it again.

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    Easter Chocolate Crispy Treats

    SHEILA NEELAN from WINNETKA, CA

    We love these treats. I always buy a few extra bags and keep them in the freezer so when we what them I can make them instead of having to wait till only Easter time.

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    NEST TREATS

    CAROL HOUSE from MOUNT PLEASANT, MI

    MY KIDS LOVE ME TO MAKE THESE FOR SCHOOL EASTER TREATS. SOMETIMES I PLACE JELLY EGGS IN THEM AND SOMETIMES I PLACE A MARSHMALLOW BIRD IN THEM. ANYWAY I FIX THEM, THEY ALWAYS ASK FOR MORE!!

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    Better than the Easter Bunny's

    Nicole Stahl from Commodore, PA

    I made these for a last minute surprise for my kids for Easter 2006. They went crazy. They said it was better than the Easter Bunny's treats. It was so quick and easy and the Nestle's crunch gave it the right 'hop'. Thank you so much.

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    Easter Chocolate Crispy Treats

    Linda Newell from STROUDSBURG, PA

    Made these for Easter. Only had adults for dinner, but they all enjoyed them. It's a nice twist to an old favorite.

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    good

    Nicole Blackmon from CRANE HILL, AL

    My daughter loved them. As far a making them. I felt like they needed a little more marshmallows. I will make them again just adding one little change.

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    just say ahh!

    christina berry from FENTON, MI

    you can use any sweet favorite to your treats for any holiday! For additional sweetness, add some melted creamy peanut butter or chocolate and drizzle all over until satisfied. just say ahh!

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    Great Treats

    Isabel kokins from TEMPE, AZ

    These were very easy to make and my 8 year old enjoyed making them with me. Two tips - watch the microwave time whith the marshmellows (we burnt the first batch) and they cool off very quickly so work fast with pressing the eggs (we tend to talk too much and get distracted).

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    Where did the treats go??

    Juliann May from WHARTON, NJ

    I made this recipe this past weekend to try it out for Easter. I used the butterfingers for the recipe and the eggs for decoration. I went to change the laundry, came back and they were all gone but one for me, I guess they are on the list for Easter. YUM!!

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    fun with kids

    Kim L from WORTH, IL

    We have made making crispy treats part of our Easter tradition. We made these for Valentine's Day treats using valentine chocolate and we even colored the marshmallow to go with the holiday..My son loves making them.

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    making crispy treats for my family

    sandra morreira from prescott, WA

    I made these cookies today for my daughter and her friends they at them while they hung out... it's nice to see that they injoyed them

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    EASY & GREAT

    Melanie Burney from BAXLEY, GA

    These are a great treat for any kid and they are fairly easy to make but they are a little sticky for little hands.

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    Easter Chocolate Crispy Treats

    Jeannine Gramstad from NEWBURGH, NY

    Make these & what a nice twist to regular crispy treats. I'll make again for Easter & use the egg-shaped chocolates.

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    Great Taste

    KYM COLEMAN from rooseveltown, NY

    Great taste. Made this with my children and they loved it.

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    Great for ANY holiday!

    mary-ann kucher from BRUNSWICK, ME

    I have made these with butterfinger bells, crisp bells and any other unusual chocolate candy you have. They are super easy and soo yummy! If you cut these into squares and then tie long, thin red laces around each like you are wrapping a gift and then tie the laces at the center, they look like little christmas presents!! If you REALLY like to get creative (and I do..) You can use little necco wafers or any thin edible wafer candy or even chocolate. "Squiggle" on them with a sm tip to look like writing and then glue it in place with frosting...(that's the dressy version). They taste great no mater how you make them Enjoy!

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    Wonderful!!!

    Amanda Henson from NEW CASTLE, KY

    I loved this...as did my husband and daughter:) Be sure to make enough for guests! Makes a great gift!

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    Chocolate Crispy Treats

    JIM APLIN from ORLANDO, FL

    This is the kind of treat I love to make & take with me when shopping for holiday gifts. You can add them to gift containers for friends & relatives.

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    Great idea!

    natosha passmore from SEARCY, AR

    These treats are delicious, i eat them all year long and all the kids in my family love them. Nice job!

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    Great Idea

    Cheryl Quiroz from VALLEY VILLAGE, CA

    You don't have to be a kid to enjoy this recipe.

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    What a treat

    Vicki Jenkins from BLACKFOOT, ID

    I made these a couple of weeks ago for my visiting grandchildren and their friends and they left nothing but crumbs and told me how delicious they "were" and gave me a great big thanks. So I made another batch and they were right.

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    Easter Chocolate Crispy Treats

    Charlotte Gohl from Philadelphia, PA

    What a great variation of the old crispy treats. Tasty and Delicious.

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    Easter Chocolate Crispy Treats

    Shirley Vance from VERNER, WV

    "O" the children loved these treats. So easy to make. I tried one they are great.

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    CRISPY TREATS

    Shelley Blair from BAY CITY, MI

    The kids absolutely loved these (so did the adults) but I had to add more marshmellows. There was too much cereal, making them very dry.

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    WHY WAIT FOR EASTER?

    DAO ORLOSKI from MENTOR, OH

    WHY WAIT FOR EASTER FOR THESE DELECTIBLE GOODIES? THE KIDS SURE LIKED THEM.

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    easter chocolate crispy treats

    Lois Mansfield from MOUNT LAUREL, NJ

    I have made this twice for my grand kids and they love it, the only problem I found is that there is too much cereal and not enough marshmallow to hold them together. I found if i used 5 cups of cereal instead of the 6 it works much better.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 20/20 of recipe

Servings Per Recipe: 20 

  • Calories: 160
  • Calories from Fat: 60
  • Total Fat: 6g (9% of DV)
  • Saturated Fat: 3.5g (17% of DV)
  • Cholesterol: 5mg (2% of DV)
  • Sodium: 100mg (4% of DV)
  • Carbohydrates: 27g (9% of DV)
  • Dietary Fiber: .5g (2% of DV)
  • Sugars: 16g
  • Protein: 2g
  • Vitamin A: 8% of DV
  • Vitamin C: 8% of DV
  • Calcium: 0% of DV
  • Iron: 2% of DV

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

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Easter Chocolate Crispy Treats

Ingredients

  • 40 NESTLÉ CRUNCH, BUTTERFINGER or Milk Chocolate NestEggs, unwrapped, divided
  • 6 cups toasted rice cereal
  • 3 tablespoons butter
  • 4 cups miniature marshmallows

 

Directions

GREASE 13 x 9-inch baking pan.

SET aside 20 Nestlé Nesteggs to use for garnish. Chop remaining Nestlé Nesteggs. Combine rice cereal and chopped Nestlé Nesteggs in large bowl; set aside.

MELT butter in large bowl; add marshmallows. Microwave on HIGH (100%) power for 2 minutes. Stir until smooth. Add cereal and Nestlé Nesteggs mixture; stir until well coated. Spread mixture into prepared baking pan using buttered spatula. Immediately press reserved Nestlé Nesteggs into top. Let cool completely; cut into 20 squares.

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