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Valentine's Rice Crispy Treats by Miss Renaissance Valentine's Rice Crispy Treats by Miss Renaissance Valentine's Rice Crispy Treats by Miss Renaissance Valentine's Rice Crispy Treats by Miss Renaissance

As promised, the last post for these next few weeks is a sweet Valentine’s Treat! I couldn’t bear leaving you all for vacation without at least one Valentine’s Recipe/DIY idea!! These rice crispy treats are just as simple to make as the regular ones. All you need in addition is some red food coloring & a heart-shaped cookie cutter.

To be exact, I used 2 tbsp of butter & melted it in a pot on medium heat. Then I added 2.5 cups of mini marshmallows and let the mixture melt. When melted, I added 3 drops of red food coloring and combined the mixture with a spatula. Then I added 4 cups of Rice Crispies and combined everything (really well!) with a wooden spoon. Last, I spread the mixture into a small baking dish (about 9 x9 inches), pushed in down evenly, and let it cool. Once cool, all you need to do is cut out the hearts with your cookie cutter – Voila! SO easy & cute, right? To amp things up even more, you could individually wrap these hearts in gift bags with a custom written Love Note! Now if that’s not sweet & lovely then I just don’t know….

XO

{All images by Miss Renaissance.}

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    sevibeau

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    January 29, 2013

    Always full of good and colorful ideas! Have a fantastic time on your trip and come back with lots of stories and beautiful photos for us. I will surely be jonesing for Miss Renaissance by then. :)

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    stylesound

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    January 29, 2013

    Definitely going to make these :)

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    [...] Our favorite DIY blogger du jour, Miss Renaissance, is sharing the love in the form of this step-by-step for the cutest heart-shaped marshmallow treats we’ve ever seen. And trust us, anyone can make these desserts — we’re talking less than five ingredients and five minutes of cook time. Plus, even if you don’t have a hot date planned, these babies would make the perfect edition to a girl’s night in. Now, if you excuse us, we’re off to do some taste testing. (Miss Renaissance) [...]

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    Starla Johnston

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    February 10, 2014

    for mark