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Captain Crunch and Froot Loop Marshmallow Krispie Treats

A festive sweet treat for any occasion that tastes as good as looks.

Captain Crunch Krispie Treats

I was inspired to make these Krispie Treats by a fellow food blogger…

One of my favorite pictures of a recipe is of Trix Krispies made by Kim at Cravings of a Lunatic.

The pictures of Kim’s Trix Krispies are so pretty and look downright magical.

It was such a good idea to use a colorful cereal to make Krispie Treats that I just had to make some myself.

The two cereals that just happened to jump right off the shelf and into my grocery cart were Captain Crunch and Froot Loops.

These Krispie Treats are delicious made into the traditional squares but here’s an idea….

Captain Crunch Krispie Lollipop

…try making them into Krispie Treat Pops dipped in candy toppings.

The directions on how to do this are below.

Fun to make and fun to eat too.

Here are more fun and cute dessert recipes you may like “Captain Crunch and Pretzel Marshmallow Krispie Treats“, “Bunny Bottom Dirt Dessert Cups” and “Blackberry and Lemon Mason Jar Lid Pies“.

Let’s check out the ingredients.

Captain Crunch Krispie Ingredients

Captain Crunch and Froot Loop Cereal, butter, marshmallows, and…

Candy Sprinkles

…candy sprinkles

printable recipe with the measurements and instructions is located at the bottom of this post.

Here’s how to make it.

Captain Crunch in Cup

Pour Froot Loops in Bowl

In a large bowl,

Add Cereal to Bowl

add both types of cereal and…

Froot Loops in Bowl

…set aside.

Froot Loops in Bowl

Next,

Marshmallows in Cup

Marshmallows in Bowl

to a medium size microwavable glass bowl…

Marshmallows in Bowl

…add the marshmallows and…

Butter in Marshmallows

…butter.

Melted Marshmallow in Cereal

Heat the marshmallows and butter in the microwave just enough so that the marshmallows and butter start to melt (about 2 minutes).

Then stir the marshmallows and butter together until smooth.

Melted Marshmallow in Cereal

Melted Marshmallows in Cereal

Add the marshmallow mixture to the bowl of cereal and gently stir all ingredients together until the cereal is coated.

Melted Marshmallow and Cereal

Coat a casserole dish or pan (13 x 9 x 2 inch pan) with non-stick cooking spray and then add the marshmallow and cereal mixture to it.

Marshmallow and Cereal

Use a buttered spatula, wax paper, or add water to your hands to gently press the mixture evenly into the pan.  Let cool.

Candy Sprinkles and Cereal

Let cool (for at least 40 minutes).

Then cut into squares.

Serving Options:

After cutting the krispies into squares they’re ready to serve.

Here are more serving options.

Candy Sprinkles and Cereal

Add Candy Sprinkle Toppings – for added color, top the squares with candy sprinkles; put the candy sprinkles in a small shallow bowl, lay one krispie square at a time in the candy sprinkles and press down slightly so that the candies will stick to the top.

Captain Crunch Krispie Treats

This adds even more fun color and another layer of deliciousness to the krispie.

Froot Loop Krispie Treats

Making Krispie Lollipops – just after mixing the cereal with the marshmallow mixture, wet your hands and roll the cereal and marshmallow mixture into balls (about the size of a golf ball or slightly bigger).

Froot Loop Krispie Treats

Set the balls on parchment paper and let cool.

Froot Loop Krispie Treats

Then add a lollipop stick to each ball and…

Froot Loop Krispie Treats

…next…

Candy Sprinkles on Krispie Treats

Sprinkles on Krispie Treats

…dip them into candy toppings.

Captain Crunch Krispie Treats

And enjoy…

Sprinkles on Krispie Treats

…each and every krispie bite.

Captain Crunch Krispies

A fun treat for parties.

Captain Crunch Krispie Treats

Captain Crunch Krispie Treats

Adapted from the original recipe for Kellogg’s Rice Krispie Treats

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Captain Crunch Krispie Treats

Captain Crunch and Froot Loop Marshmallow Krispie Treats

A festive sweet treat for any occasion that tastes as good as looks.
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Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 3 minutes
(Cooling time not included in total time): 40 minutes
Total Time: 13 minutes
Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Krispie Treats
Servings: 12

Ingredients

  • 3 cups Captain Crunch Cereal
  • 3 cups Froot Loops Cereal
  • 4 cups miniature marshmallows or about 40 large marshmallows, 10 ounce package
  • 3 tablespoons butter
  • Non-stick cooking spray
  • Candy sprinkles

Instructions

  • In a large bowl, add both types of cereal.  Set aside.
  • To a microwavable medium size glass bowl, add the marshmallows and butter.  
  • Heat the marshmallows and butter in the microwave just enough so that the marshmallows and butter start to melt (about 2 minutes).  Stir the marshmallows and butter together until smooth. 
  • Add the marshmallow mixture to the bowl of cereal and gently stir all ingredients together until the cereal is coated. 
  • Coat a casserole dish or pan (13 x 9 x 2 inch pan) with non-stick cooking spray and then add the marshmallow and cereal mixture to it.
  • Use a buttered spatula, wax paper, or add water to your hands to gently press the mixture evenly into the pan.  Let cool.
  • Cut into squares and serve.  Or see more options below.
  • Add Candy Sprinkle Toppings - for added color, top the squares with candy sprinkles; put the candy sprinkles in a small shallow bowl, lay one krispie square at a time in the candy sprinkles and press down slightly so that the candies will stick to the top.
  • Making Krispie Lollipops - just after mixing the cereal with the marshmallow mixture, wet your hands and roll the cereal and marshmallow mixture into balls (about the size of a golf ball or slightly bigger).  
  • Set the balls on parchment paper and let cool. Then add a lollipop stick to each ball, and dip them into candy toppings.

Adapted from the original recipe for Kellogg's Rice Krispie Treats

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    12 Comments

    1. Do you think I can use marshmallow fluff instead of marshmallows since I have it on hand? Do u also know how Much I would use? Excited about this recipe, sounds yummy, I want to make them for work.

      • Hi Sarai, sure, the marshmallow fluff should also work for these Rice Krispie treats. Instead of using the 10 ounce bag of marshmallows use a 7.5 ounce jar of marshmallow fluff and this should work. Your coworkers will be very happy to see you walk into work with these goodies! Thank you so much for stopping by and have a great week!

    2. Wow ! It’s so great. Today, I have desert to make for my little brother 😀

      Thanks !

      • Hi Charlie, so glad you like it! What a nice idea to make these for your little brother. Make sure to prepare extra for the cook! Have a wonderful week!

    3. These look phenomenal! They’re so colorful, so pretty, and so yummy looking! I can’t wait to try these, myself!

    4. Wow – these just look so bright and fun and colorful, beautiful!

      …. and of course love the coupon aspect as well 🙂

    5. Looks amazing, I have to test it.
      Just one question: What is cooking spray?
      Never heard of it before.

      • Hi Gizzy, so glad you asked this question, I should have put “non-stick” cooking spray. One brand is call PAM and it’s less calories than using a lot of butter; it’s in a can and located by the cooking oils at the grocery store. I’m going to update the post just in case others have the same question. Thank you again and have a great week!

    6. Oh my gosh these look divine. So vibrant and fun. I am so touched little old me inspired you to make these. How cool is that. I have such a weakness for cereal treats. I must try these ones out. We’re actually making a run to the states to grocery shop on Tuesday. The cereal aisle must be quaking in it’s boots right now. Lol. Thanks so much for this. You totally made my day! xx