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Rice Kisspies

Time for a little midweek romance, people. How about packing these in your love's lunch or setting them by the door as a greeting for when they get home?

"Rice Kisspies"

This idea and picture is from Jessica over at Or So She Says.

You'll need:

  • A fresh batch of rice krispy treats. Recipe HERE. (Substitute strawberry marshmallows if possible)
  • Tin Foil
  • Slips of paper with love messages

    While your rice krispies are still warm, shape a bite-size amount into a hershey kiss shape. (You can use a kitchen funnel to help shape.) Wrap a piece of tin foil around, insert paper.

    What a fun idea...I'll bet you can't wait to try it, huh?


Anonymous said...

What a cute little idea... I think I might try to go all out and bake the hershey kiss cake you posted about not too long ago AND make these as well. I think I should do it as a "Thank You" to my husband for builing us a fence. I'm so excited to try my hand at that cake, and I know he'll love these little kisses too.

morgan said...

So cute! I just found out about your blog and I LOVE it! You are so creative and crafty! I can't wait to make these today for my hubby when he gets home from work and I can't wait to try out all your other ideas either! Thanks!

Shari said...

Awesome! That's something I can do while my son 'helps'!

Rhiannon Bosse said...

Cher! I was going to do something like these on my site :) You read my mind! How adorable! If I still do them I will let you know AND I saw your brownie bites and they turned out adorable. Love it!

Rebecca is Thrilled by the Thought said...

That's a great idea. I was going to say the same thing as Shari. It's perfect for little kids to help out with!

Heidi said...

I love your blog! I have a question for you. My husband doesn't believe in little things like this, doing little acts of love. He doesn't believe we need to be in the lovey-dovey stage since we are married & not dating. What can I do? I need help!

Heidi said...


Thanks Cher!

Kate said...

CUTE idea!!

Anonymous said...

I love this idea!

Great blog!

Cook Family said...

With so much filth and sleaze to be found on the internet, I want to thank you for having an uplifting blog about the most important virtue in life: LOVE! We did the ransom AND fireproof date rolled in to one last night. It was so great, thank you for all of your wonderful ideas. I love searching your archives for "help" with ideas for date nights and every day romance ideas.

Jenny said...

That is so cute!

Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice said...

I'm doing this tonight I bought all the stuff. My DH LOVE rice crispys and he'll think this is way cute!

Unknown said...

how cute, darling, and creative is this. I can hardly wait to try it out! Thanks for sharing!!!!

:: ashley :: said...

love this idea cher! and considering how much I love rice krispie treats, I will use just about any excuse to mix up a batch ;)

Marissa said...

The next time I make rice krispies, I'm definately going to make these!

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