Rice Krispie Hearts {Valentine’s Day Treat}

With all the Valentine’s Day crafting that I’ve been doing, I thought it all needed to be balanced out with some great Valentine’s Day treats. Chocolate anyone? I also wanted to make something that would be fun to share with our new neighbors. So I came up with a super easy and beautiful V-day treat!

Rice Krispie Hearts


  • 13×9 pan of Rice Krispie treat mixture {rice krispies, marshmallows, butter and vanilla}
  • Semi-sweet chocolate morsels
  • Sprinkles
  • Heart-shaped cookie cutter

I cut out 9 hearts from the firmly packed rice krispie treat mixture.  Aren’t they pretty? :)

valentine's day treats

I melted the chocolate morsels in the microwave and then I dipped each heart “krispie” into the chocolate.  I smoothed out the bumps with a spatula.

I added some cute Valentine’s sprinkles to finish them!

With the pieces left over from where I cut out heart shapes, I cut them up and dipped ‘em.  You can’t have too much chocolate dipped rice krispie treats right? Ha!

To help harden the chocolate, I put the hearts in the freezer and then I bagged them up to gift to our neighbors.  Fabulous!!  I’ll definitely be making these Valentine’s Day treats again!

Do you have a go-to Valentine’s Day treat that you like to give?

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  1. Yum! I love how simple these are :)
    Angela @ Homegrown Mom´s last blog post ..Girly Workboxes Homeschooling Girls Day 2

  2. Girl, when do you sleep? The awesomeness just keeps coming! I want to come be your apprentice!
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  3. I can make just about anything, but I can’t make Rice Krispy Treats!! You’ve prompted me to give it a whirl {again!} with these cute V-Day ones. Hopefully I don’t end up with a huge mess, like usual. :)
    Phoebe @ GettingFreedom´s last blog post ..Make Your Own Bread Bowls

  4. Definitely going to have to try this one! Thanks Myra!

  5. Great idea! I love it. My new valentine treat is homemade peppermint patties colored pink for valentines -better than York ones!

  6. I want to be your neighbor!! lol…..what a great idea! I didn’t think there was any way you could make rice crispy treats any more yummy…but adding icing sure does!!!!! =)
    Thank you for sharing!

  7. pretty and easy! your photos make them even more beautiful!
    Darlene´s last blog post ..The Happiness of Today

  8. A rice krispie treat ANYTHING is okay with me… YUM!
    Jenny @ The Southern Institute´s last blog post ..Meals Kids Love- Hannah Stevenson of Lily and Thistle

  9. Thanks for ruining my diet!

  10. They are so pretty!!

  11. I found you via Twitter and just love your blog. There is a restfulness here along with amazing creativity. I so enjoyed my former at-home mothering years. Good for you! If blogging had been around back then, I would have joined in with the fun.
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  12. Can I be your neighbor? How about I just send you my mailing address? :) Too cute!

  13. These are so cute! So perfect for Valentines day. :)

  14. I will give you credit for the fact that the ingredients for a batch of these are on my shopping list this morning – before our next round of snow hits! I hope it’s okay that I shared this on my FB page with my readers!
    Amy @ Positively Splendid´s last blog post ..Simple Solutions- Your Laundry Tips!

  15. Those look so yummy!

  16. These are too cute, oh so easy, and look delish!!! Wish I was your neighbor!!!! Thanks for the idea, we have a snow day today so I think I’ll make these with the kids!
    Kim @ Sand & Sisal´s last blog post ..Kitchen Island Makeover

  17. I wish i would have stumbled upon your site sooner, these would have been a great idea compared to the traditional strawberries dipped in chocolate. O well, we can always make them into other shapes right!?
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  18. We made these in our youth group, but we used heart shaped silicon trays to make the heart shapes. I think these would look adorable on a stick too, lol. Not practical, but adorable. :)
    Randi´s last blog post ..31 Photo &amp Prompt Challenge – Day 2

  19. I make the same exact treat every Valentines day!! Rice krispie treats are great on their own, but chocolate just takes them to a whole new level :)
    Katie´s last blog post ..Veggie Quiche Cups

  20. Love this! So simple and, yet, so effective!!! While at Hobby Lobby today I’ll have to pick-up a heart-shaped cutter. I cannot believe I don’t already have one?!?!?!
    I am LOVD´s last blog post ..Goodbye Week. Hello Weekend. Lessons Learned: Take 29.

  21. These look absolutely yummy!! Love that you’ve provided a tutorial too! My grandkids will thank you! Would you mind if I included these in my post on valentines day crafts across blogland? It would feature a photo and a link back to your blog!

  22. A cute idea and so easy.
    Tracy Selle´s last blog post ..Seasons

  23. These will be perfect to make for my daughter’s day care class. And something she can help with too!

  24. If you aren’t able to make the rice krispy treats, I noticed at christmas time there were sheets being sold in Walmart that you could cut and decorate yourself, I haven’t seen them since Christmas, I would think this would be a hit.

  25. OMG, those are the most delicious and adorable crispy treats I’ve ever seen. I’m definitely going to try this out. Thanks for sharing. :-)
    Jen @ Master the Art of Saving´s last blog post ..Oh my, What a Weekend!

  26. shut the hell up — I ’bout fell off my chair with envy. GOODNESS – they look fantastic !!!

  27. A cute idea and so easy. I will try too.Thanks

  28. Heather Quenneville says:

    Hi Myra, I’ve just discovered your blog and I think it’s amazing! I came across it when I was searching for some information about decorating a rental home. I have devoured every word and image , so thank you for all the great tips, you have a great eye for decorating and definitely to my taste. I live in Melbourne Australia, so hello from Aus and thanks again.


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