Your kids’ recipe could live on RiceKrispies.com!

It’s so easy for kids to make Rice Krispies Treats®.

All it takes is three simple ingredients and a little imagination. Share your kids' creation with us - it could become a permanent part of the RiceKrispies.com recipe collection!

Share your kids’creations with us

Here's how you do it


step1

Make your recipe on Pinterest and at home

On Pinterest

Using at least four pins from our "Rice Krispies Treats® are easy!" board, including Rice Krispies® cereal, butter and marshmallows, create an easy recipe you’d like to help your kids make.

At Home

Using the same ingredients you pinned to your board, help your kids make the recipe at home. For the finishing touch, take a photo of your kids making the recipe and pin that to your board, too.

step2

Show us your board

Come back to this page and submit the link to your recipe board. Some of our favorites will be featured on Facebook and more. And if we think your kids’ recipe is the very best, we’ll send your family a Rice Krispies Treats® gift basket and make the recipe a permanent part of RiceKrispies.com!

Please use a valid pinterest board url

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