Rice Krispie Treats? How Do I Do It?

Decorating By King-Girlz Updated 9 Jan 2010 , 1:47pm by Cortni83

King-Girlz Posted 8 Jan 2010 , 8:55pm
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I understand that alot of figures can be made of Rice Krispie material? When you mold these figures are you using pre-made Rice Krispies or are you making them from scratch like you would regular Rick Krispies and molding while they are warm? I would like to attempt this but not sure where to even start?
Thanks for you help in advance!

10 replies
ski Posted 8 Jan 2010 , 9:02pm
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Either way, if you use store bought they are ready to go, otherwise you can make your own just reduce or leave out the butter. Good Luck icon_biggrin.gif

King-Girlz Posted 9 Jan 2010 , 2:19am
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Thank you...should be an interesting challenge....

7yyrt Posted 9 Jan 2010 , 4:28am
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If someone will eat them, add a little vanilla.

madgeowens Posted 9 Jan 2010 , 4:38am
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I mix it and when it cools to the touch iI start molding whatever it is I am making...hth

nanascakes Posted 9 Jan 2010 , 5:37am
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what is the best way to cover it so it doesn't look all bumpy from the cereal?

Cortni83 Posted 9 Jan 2010 , 6:40am
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Use royal icing until its smooth....it helps hold the RCT as well.

madgeowens Posted 9 Jan 2010 , 7:56am
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I have covered it with buttercream, and ganache....

Rosie2 Posted 9 Jan 2010 , 8:28am
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I made this torso out of RKT and, even though I put buttercrem it was still bumpy so, I put 3 coats of fondant to achieve the soft look

King-Girlz Posted 9 Jan 2010 , 12:14pm
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I am assuming you have to work fairly quickly or it won't stick anymore? Is that the case? Do you use rods to hold arms in place or does everything stick with royal icing?

Cortni83 Posted 9 Jan 2010 , 1:47pm
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I use rods to hold everything together, don't trust just frosting to hold anything together.

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