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Yummy Easter Eggs by NatSprat

We are so lucky today to have the sweet and talented Natalie from NatSprat here to do a guest post!  I met Natalie in Blogland quite soon after I started this blog.  She has been nothing but kind and supportive!  She is a total sweetheart!  We actually found out we are related through marriage!  My husband and Natalie have a common first cousin!  It’s such a small world!
I am leaving town this afternoon and taking my 5 kids on a trip for Spring Break.  I was feeling overwhelmed with needing to come up with blog posts for this week while I was trying to get ready to go so I asked Natalie if she could help me out with a guest post and she graciously agreed!  She has an amazing blog called NatSprat and I hope you will run over and see her and become a follower over there if you love her as much as I do!
So, without further ado, I present to you my good friend Natalie and her super cute Easter Eggs!
Hi! I'm Natalie from over at NatSprat! I'm so thrilled to be guest posting here at ReMarkable Home! Emily is one of my favorite people in the world and I'm so happy we've met through Blogland! She requested a tutorial on something Eastery (yes, that's a word) and this is something my kids and I just made this week. We had so much fun making it! (Okay...and even more fun eating it.) It's a tutorial for really cute and really easy Easter Rice Krispies Eggs! So, put on your bunny ears and here we go! :) YOU WILL NEED: 1 bag of marshmallows, 4 cups Rice Krispies, 1 stick of butter, food coloring (I used neon), a measuring cup (1 cup size), plastic Easter eggs (washed with soap and water and dried), no-stick spray, wood spoons, bowls, sprinkles (optional). You are going to make a basic Rice Krispy Treats recipe, but smaller. Melt 3/4 cups marshmallows and 1 Tbsp butter in your pot on low-medium low heat until it's smooth.
pour it into a bowl...
Add your food coloring until you reach your desired color.
Stir in 1 cup of Rice Krispies.
Do this process with each color you want, and put them in a greased bowl.
Take your washed and dried plastic eggs, and give them a coating of cooking spray inside.
Now for the fun, creative part! Layer the colored Rice Krispy mixtures however you want inside both halves of the egg.
Squish both sides of the egg together tightly.
Plop out the egg, and you'll end up with this!
Make a whole bunch of them! Aren't they so fun and colorful? They are almost too cute to eat. {ALMOST} You can even go a step further and decorate them with sprinkles! (See the top picture!) Have Fun! :) 
Thank you SOOO much Natalie!  I am totally taking the supplies for this to the beach and doing this with my kids instead of dying eggs!


  1. Love them, Nat!! So easy and adorable! Unfortunately, both my kiddos got braces put on just yesterday so we'll be skipping all that marshmallow-y goodness this year but will definitely file this away for another year!

  2. What an awesome idea! THANK YOU! I've been trying to think of something fun and Eastery for activity days. I have the best relatives. :)

  3. Oh my gosh!!! I meant 1 TBS butter, not a tsp! Told you my brain wasn't working right! Hahaha! Could you please change that part for me? Thanks, Emily!

  4. That looks like so much fun! Something to do with this kids this Easter holiday!

  5. these look great. this is a great idea.

  6. That is SO creative. I love rice crispy treats :)


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