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Rice Kripsie Treat Cupcakes

Source - http://www.cupcakeproject.com/2010/12/rice-krispie-treat-cupcakes.html

  1. Make your favorite Rice Krispie treat recipe (I used my honey Nutella Rice Krispie treats).  Instead of pressing the mixture into a baking pan, press it into a standard-sized cupcake tin, making sure that it goes up the sides of each depression (as shown above).  I found that it helped to put an empty mini cupcake wrapper on top of the krispies and press down on all sides. Note:  I used a silicone cupcake tin to make it easier to pop the krispie liners out.  If you don’t have a silicone pan, be sure to grease the tin well before pressing the krispies in. 
  2. Refrigerate the tin of “cupcake liners” for at least three hours.
  3. Bake 12 of your favorite mini cupcakes (I used basic vanilla cupcakes).  Remember, to convert a standard cupcake recipe to minis, cut the bake time in half.
  4. Do not remove the edible Rice Krispie treat liners from the cupcake tins. Do remove the paper liners from the mini cupcakes and place a mini cupcake in each krispie. 
  5. You will notice that the mini cupcake is taller than the liner.  Press on the top of the cupcake to flatten it a bit (when I first tried this with the krispie liners removed from the tin, the force of pressing on the cupcakes caused the krispie liners to lose their shape).
  6. Remove the cupcake-filled treats from the tin.
  7. Frost with your favorite frosting (I recommend chocolate cream cheese frosting).
  8. Top with sprinkles or anything else that makes you happy.

Rice Kripsie Treat Cupcakes
Source - http://www.cupcakeproject.com/2010/12/rice-krispie-treat-cupcakes.html
Make your favorite Rice Krispie treat recipe (I used my honey Nutella Rice Krispie treats).   Instead of pressing the mixture into a baking pan, press it into a  standard-sized cupcake tin, making sure that it goes up the sides of  each depression (as shown above).  I found that it helped to put an  empty mini cupcake wrapper on top of the krispies and press down on all  sides. Note:  I used a silicone cupcake tin to make it easier to pop the krispie liners out.  If you don’t have a  silicone pan, be sure to grease the tin well before pressing the  krispies in. 
 Refrigerate the tin of “cupcake liners” for at least three hours.
Bake 12 of your favorite mini cupcakes (I used basic vanilla cupcakes).  Remember, to convert a standard cupcake recipe to minis, cut the bake time in half.
Do not remove the edible Rice Krispie treat liners from the cupcake  tins. Do remove the paper liners from the mini cupcakes and place a mini  cupcake in each krispie. 
 You will notice that the mini cupcake is taller than the liner.   Press on the top of the cupcake to flatten it a bit (when I first tried  this with the krispie liners removed from the tin, the force of pressing  on the cupcakes caused the krispie liners to lose their shape).
Remove the cupcake-filled treats from the tin.
Frost with your favorite frosting (I recommend chocolate cream cheese frosting).
Top with sprinkles or anything else that makes you happy.
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