Monday, April 14, 2014

Fuzzy Rice Krispies Treat Chick Pops

Easter Rice Krispies Treat Chick Pops |

It's hard for me to decide which is cuter, a bunny, a lamb, or a chick. Do you have a favorite?

All I know is that I love making treats at Easter because everything is so cheerful. 

I can't help but feel all warm and fuzzy inside when I see these Rice Krispies Treat Chick Pops. They may not be quite as adorable as a tiny little fluffy baby chick but are pretty sweet looking, nontheless.

Rice Krispie Treat Chicks |

Each of these candy coated rice krispie treats is covered in colored coconut then decorated with some candy eyes and orange candy coating. I am aware of the great number of coconut haters out there, and I have you covered.

Pink Fuzzy Slipper Cookies

You can grate yellow Candy Melts, using a cheese grater, to make flakes of yellow candy that can be used in place of the coconut like I did to make my Pink Fuzzy Slipper Cookies. If you want more detailed step-by-step instructions, be sure to check out my Pink Fuzzy Slipper Cookies tutorial. 

Easter Chicks Lollipops

Fuzzy Rice Krispie Treat Chick Pops


sweetened flaked coconut
yellow liquid food coloring

Rice Krispies Treats
melted, yellow Candy Melts (or color white candy coating with yellow candy coloring)*
2 candy eyes per chick
melted, orange Candy Melts*

*For detailed melting instructions, see my Chocolate Making Tips page.

You'll need about 1 ounce of yellow candy melts, 1/2 ounce coconut, and 3 orange candy melts per .78 ounce rice krispies treat to make your chicks. 


lollipop sticks
paper straws
parchment paper lined baking sheets


Make yellow coconut - pour coconut into a zip top bag, break up any big lumps, add a few squirts of yellow food coloring, zip up bag, shake until evenly coated, pour into a shallow dish. 

How to coat rice krispie treat in candy melts

Dip the tip of a lollipop stick in some of the melted yellow candy coating. If using straws, slide the straw over the stick, pressing it up into the candy coating. This will help the two stick together. Then insert the candy coated tip of the stick into a Rice Krispies Treat. 

dip rice krispie treats in candy melts

Dip the cereal treat bars into the yellow candy coating. Lift the treat allowing the excess candy coating to drip off.

rice krispie treat lolipops

Coat treats with yellow coconut. Set on a parchment lined baking sheet and freeze for 5 minutes.

Easter candy recipe

Pour orange candy melts into a squeeze-it mold painter bottle, or in a small zip top bag with a tiny bit of the tip cut off. Pipe a beak and feet onto each chick. Pipe a dot onto the back of two candy eyes and add them above the beak. 

rice krispie treat recipe

Pop them back in the freezer for 2 minutes.

Easter Recipe

Add them to your Easter baskets, serve as Easter dessert, or arrange them in a bouquet. 

Fuzzy Chick Rice Crispy Treat Pops
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  1. I love this time of year too. All things are made new and..cheery! These little chicks are beyond i guess i have to choose the chicks over the bunnies. Adorable!

  2. I laughed out loud when I saw these! They are so cute and fuzzy! Pinning now!

  3. I just love these little guys with their crazy eyes and fuzzy hair. They are so cute for Easter!

    1. Thanks, Carrie. I love adding crazy eyes to my food. It just makes everything so much more fun.

  4. I have to make sure my youngest dd isn't behind my shoulder when I visit your site...she wants me to make everything you This are super cute though and I may attempt making these.

    1. Thanks, Erlene, I love to hear that your daughter is so enthusiastic about my projects!


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