How cute are these Blues Clues Krispie pops?! Dipped in white chocolate, sprinkled with candy, and decorated with paw prints, these will make the perfect party treat!
The great thing about these Blues Clues treats rice krispie treats is that they work for other party themes and occasions. Just like those cute paw print rice krispie treats, you can use these for Paw Patrol-themed parties, special occasions, and more.
One of my favorite ways is to raise money for pet awareness and animal organizations like your local pet shelter.
To make these cute Blues Clues rice krispie treats, the following equipment was used:
- Parchment lined baking sheets
- Piping bags
- Ice pop molds – you don’t want to get the stand up molds, these ice pop molds are the ones you need.
Table of Contents
- 6 cups Rice Krispies Cereal
- 1 (16 oz) bag marshmallows
- ¼ cup (or 1/2 a stick) of butter
- 1/2 cup white candy melts
- Nonstick spray
- Electric blue food coloring.
- 1/2 cup white-colored candy melts or melting wafers.
- 1/4 cup blue candy coating
- Popsicle sticks
- Festive blue sprinkles
If you want to change up the colors, it’s easy to do so. Simply replace the blue food coloring, sprinkles, and candy coating with your color of preference.
How to Make Blues Clues Krispie Pops Dipped in White Chocolate
Lightly grease a parchment-lined baking sheet with nonstick spray and set it aside.
Melt the marshmallows in 30-second increments with the butter. After every 30 seconds, stir to help keep the marshmallows from sticking to the bowl.
Once the butter and marshmallows are completely melted, add in two drops of electric blue gel coloring. Mix well and then stir in the cereal.
After the cereal is completely coated with the marshmallow mixture, pour it onto the parchment-lined baking sheet and press until even. Let it sit for about 15 min.
Tip: To make the rice krispie mixture even, once you have put it onto the parchment paper, add another piece of greased parchment paper on top. Use a rolling pin to smooth it out evenly.
Working the melted chocolate
In the meantime, melt the chocolate in 30-sec increments. Stirring after each increment. Keep doing this until there are no lumps.
Then, pour the melted candy into the mold filling it about half full as seen below.
Use the spoon to kind of spread the candy up the sides of the mold. If you notice that more chocolate is needed to cover the center, add just a little more to the mold.
Slide in the popsicle sticks to the center making sure they are as even as possible. Freeze for 15 mins. When you put it in the freeze, make sure it sits flat and that the sticks are even. You do not want the sticks pointed down inside the chocolate. They need to kind of hover above it.
Remove the trays from the freezer, portion out the Rice Krispies, and press gently into the mold. Do this carefully so that the chocolate doesn’t break and be careful not to overfill.
Cover the back with melted chocolate and clean up the edges as much as possible. Then, freeze for another 5 min so the chocolate is hardened.
To remove from the mold: Very carefully loosen one of the end pieces. Peeling the mold from the top, very carefully peel the entire pop free. Carefully push the sticks up through the mold. Rest on a parchment-lined baking sheet.
If you notice that the sides aren’t fully covered with chocolate, you can dab some extra chocolate to fix it up. You can use a spoon to dab and spread the chocolate on the sides.
To decorate the Blues Clues Krispie Pops:
Melt the blue chocolate and add it to a piping bag. Cut a small hole in the piping bag. Then, add 4 small dots and one triangle to create the paw print. Let it dry for about 20-30 minutes.
You can also take some melted chocolate and drizzle it on the top and add sprinkles.
You may also like these winter wonderland hot chocolate bombs.
Keep in mind that you can use these for any occasion. If you don’t want to use paw prints to decorate, add any style of design you would like. You can also use any color you would like for both the rice krispie mixture, sprinkles, and icing.
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