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Easy Halloween Rice Crispy Treats

These Easy Halloween Rice Crispy Treats are quick and simple to make with only three ingredients plus decoration. No body needs miss out this Halloween as they are also gluten free and dairy free. Plus, you can make them vegan too.
Prep Time15 mins
Chilling Time40 mins
Total Time55 mins
Course: Snack, Tea Time
Cuisine: Dairy Free
Keyword: Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Halloween
Servings: 6
Calories: 1447kcal
Author: Glutarama


  • 150 g Marshmallows
  • 60 g Rice Krispies not Kelloggs as not gluten free
  • 40 g butter or butter alternative (I use Flora plant butter) I use Pure

To decorate

  • 100 g milk chocolate dairy free
  • 4 tsp icing/confectioners sugar
  • 1 tsp water


  • Heat the marshmallows and spread in a saucepan on a very gentle heat, stir occasionally with a silicone spatula and don’t leave unwatched.
  • While you’re waiting for the mallows to melt lightly grease your doughnut moulds.
  • Once the mallows have completely melted (the mixture will go all fluffy) you can add the green food colouring. Turn off the heat but keep on the hob and add the rice crispies stirring quickly.
  • Using a couple of spoons scoop the mixture into the moulds and press down with your fingers. I find having a cup of cold water on standby a great way to stop the mixture sticking to my fingers, just dip your fingers in the cup while you shape and press down the mixture.
  • Once the moulds are full pop into the fridge for 30 mins to harden.
  • In the meantime melt the white chocolate and add a little food colouring for the oozing goo (delicious!)
  • Remove the ‘warts’ from their moulds and place on a tray. Spoon a little of the green chocolate into the centre of the mould and let a bit dribble down the side.
  • Add a raisin to the dribble and return to the fridge to set.
  • Make a little icing sugar using 4 parts icing sugar to 1 part cold water and using a piping bag or bottle you can add your wings and eyes to your little flies!
  • For the pupils I used sugar sprinkles, but a tiny ball of fondant would work too.


Calories: 1447kcal | Carbohydrates: 235.08g | Protein: 10.87g | Fat: 60.89g | Saturated Fat: 27.04g | Sodium: 397.4mg | Potassium: 359.6mg | Fiber: 6.34g | Sugar: 137.82g | Vitamin A: 1527.6IU | Calcium: 24mg | Iron: 4.83mg