Rice Krispee Modeling

Decorating By Zigcs Updated 13 Jan 2013 , 8:10pm by Lilly200

Zigcs Posted 18 Nov 2012 , 4:58am
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APreparing for my first experience with rice krispee treats. Look for recipe's and advice - tips and tricks - please help- looking at using for a 3D dog as well as a 3D Mario. Any advice or recipe is greatly appreciated!

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perfectcakebyshirley Posted 21 Nov 2012 , 4:37pm
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I use the regular rice krispie treat recipe without the butter. Squeeze it together really firmly, so that it'll hold it's shape. To carve, I find it's best to let it dry for a bit, so that it's hard, then carve (otherwise, it might move around!). It's really easy to mold, stick pieces together, etc. Good luck!

JanDunlevy Posted 21 Nov 2012 , 5:05pm
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ABest advice I got on that issue was here on CC. Crush your Rice Krispies with a rolling pin before adding to the marshmallows. Makes a much smoother surface when you mold. Love them for modeling!

Zigcs Posted 21 Nov 2012 , 6:48pm
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Great thank you!!!! I'm really looking forward to trying this!!!icon_lol.gif

LittleIcedGems Posted 21 Nov 2012 , 7:18pm
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I'm glad you asked as I need to work with Rice Krispies soon. Thanks for the tips from me too! :)

candacethecook Posted 24 Nov 2012 , 5:39am
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I also do modeling with RC Treats and I also add a little less marshmallows and add candy melts to the hot mixture as they help the final product dry really hard.  Good Luck.

MMueller Posted 24 Nov 2012 , 5:42pm
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I gave my cereal a quick run through the Cuisinart (leave cereal somewhat coarse but smaller pieces) and then decreased the marshmallows and butter by about 1/4. Then I did what perfectcakesbyshirley said. It worked great for a tombstone and a hand that I made back in October. 

Zigcs Posted 26 Nov 2012 , 7:47pm
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Great Thanks!!!

Lilly200 Posted 6 Jan 2013 , 11:26am
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AHi, I'm making a pirate chest cake and need a rice krispie recipe to make the lid air ned to use something thats not heavy. It has to be solid and hold together and be able to be carved I am covering it in fondant too. The lid will be 10 x 8 inches and about 2.5 inch deep anyone any idea on quantities? Thanks in advance.

Oboeplayer Posted 6 Jan 2013 , 2:13pm
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AI know this is not the question you asked but I recently made treasure chest cake and after lots of deliberation about Rice Krispies, I decided to use polystyrene for the lid. It made it very easy and I think worked quite well. All I did was cut a couple of 6" round cake separators in half and glued three of the halves together, then covered in fondant. Just a suggestion, if you are looking at alternatives. http://cakecentral.com/g/i/2870791/a/3273907/pirate-girl/

crazygrammie Posted 7 Jan 2013 , 4:22am
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Lilly, i work with rkt a good bit and i'd have to guess you might need up to 3 full recipes. that's pretty fair size to carve a great curve, I don't know that I wouldn't use Oboeplayers suggestion. My best tip?: pack them hard and tight into the pan when you make them. push and push until you just don't think you can compact them anymore. and let them dry overnight if you can.

good luck! if you use rkt i can't wait to see it. You can do almost anything with rkt if you persist.


Lilly200 Posted 12 Jan 2013 , 12:29pm
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Here is the finished cake using RKT for the lid, it worked a treat! Thanks everyone x

savannahquinn Posted 13 Jan 2013 , 2:49am
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That cake looks great!

plcharles Posted 13 Jan 2013 , 3:11am
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What an awesome looking treasure chest!

crazygrammie Posted 13 Jan 2013 , 4:58pm
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love it!!

Lilly200 Posted 13 Jan 2013 , 8:10pm
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AThanks everyone, glad you like it xx

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