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rice krispies cake

Rice Krispies Cake | A Subtle Revelry

I was assigned to bring a rice krispie treat to a beginning of the summer party. I decided to try my hand at the famous treat in cake form. And can I tell you – it was amazing! The cake is my favorite type of combination; easy to make, really good to eat, and creative to present. To make it you don’t even have to turn the oven on, perfect for the warm days ahead.

How to make a rice krispies treat cake

To make the rice krispies cake, make three pans of rice krispies treats. Since the layers will be very thick be sure to use an extra soft treat recipe. Here is my favorite; Melt 4 tablespoons of butter in a large saucepan, add in one 10 oz bag of marshmallows. Stir until marshmallows are about 85% melted (not all the way).

Take off heat source and add 7 cups of Rice Krispies cereal. Stir until well combined and pour into cake mold. Let dry about five minutes before popping out to dry completely for about an hour.

Using a cheesecake pan is the easiest option since you can pack the treats in tight and then pop them easily out. I molded each cake and popped them out to dry completely on wax paper.

Once the molds are made, stack and frost the cake!

How to make a rice krispies cake | A Subtle Revelry

Rice Krispies Cake | A Subtle Revelry

PS. Here is the rest of the creative cake series.

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Posted June 18, 2013
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20 Responses to “rice krispies cake”

  1. Lynn Chen says:

    I love this – have been wanting to make rice krispie treats with frosting for a while and this is much much cuter…

  2. mary mann says:

    This looks delicious! What did you use for frosting?

  3. Victoria says:

    Mary, thanks – I used frosting from a can, as you probably could have guessed;) Here’s a great recipe though if you want a good thick frosting that would taste even more amazing – http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/gale-gand/quick-vanilla-buttercream-frosting-recipe/index.html

  4. Jen says:

    How difficult was it to cut?

  5. Victoria says:

    Jen, I’m going to be totally honest – we used a serrated knife (the one I usually use to cut french bread). A simple cake server will not work. But much like the french bread – it was SO WORTH IT! Hope that helps:)

  6. This is pure brilliance! I love this idea and rice krispies with frosting are soooo tasty. Much easier than a cake! Thanks for the post.

  7. OMG!! Think i might make this for my sister’s wedding next week!!! Love it!

  8. Farah says:

    This looks great – simple and yummy! I’m thinking of using marshmallow creme or making a marshmallow meringue and frosting with that – to make it as “rice-krispiesh” as possible! Thanks so much for this!

  9. Nicole says:

    is that the recipe for all three layers?

  10. Watch Independence Day eating a cake like that, wow, fantastic idea.

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  12. candace says:

    Yeah but I want to see you cut into it!

    I imagine it wouldn’t cut so easily…

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  14. breanna says:

    This is really cute and looks really yummy! :)

  15. Lindsey Dishman says:

    I think this would be even better with peanut butter between one layer and nutella between the other :)

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