Thursday, June 7, 2012

Snap, Crackle, & Flag Pops!


4th of July will be here soon and we are starting to come up with some easy and fun Patriotic Pops and other fun American goodies to celebrate our great country! We made these fun Rice Krispie Treat Flags and Flag Pops. They are so easy to make and took me about 20 minutes to make several of them!

We used pre-made Kellogg's Rice Krispie Treat Bars, Red and Blue Fruit Roll Ups, Red Candies, Cookie Frosting, Star Sprinkles, & Lollipop Sticks.

We opened and placed all of our Rice Krispie Treat Bars on our work surface. Cut the red Fruit Roll Ups in half down the middle like this...


Press the strips on the treat bar and cut off at the edges with kitchen scissors. Cut the blue fruit roll up in squares and do the same. The Star Sprinkles will also stick without using frosting. Press them on...


You can also just leave them as is....


To make them into pops you just poke through the lollipop stick on the left side. Pull it back out and squeeze a little cookie frosting in the bottom hole. Poke the stick back through & out of the top just a bit. Wipe off any frosting on the tip with a paper towel. The frosting will secure any movement of slipping down the stick. Attach little red candies on the top with red cookie frosting. Let it all dry before picking them up.


Here is my oldest with his Flag Pop!


These would be great for the kids at a July 4th party or for a fun snack! The premade Kellogg Rice Krispie Treat Bars really do save you so much time and kids love them!



27 comments:

  1. These look perfect for my upcoming patriotic water slide 6th birthday party. Thanks for the idea.

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  2. You did it AGAIN! AWESOME + something that most people can do on their own, love it.

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  3. They look so cute! And perfect ones I would say marking 4th July. :D Patriotic post!

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  4. Patriotic recipe to be more perfect. ;)

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  5. Love these! Super super cute! I love the smile on your son's face even more! Stopping over from TT&J!

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  6. Such a cute little idea for the 4th! So smart to use fruit roll ups! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Love this idea! Rice Krispie treats are a favorite around here so I know this will be a hit. Thanks for sharing!!

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  8. Perfect inspiration for the 4th of July! Thanks! They look yummy :)

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  9. How fun! I love all the fun red, white and blue projects starting to pop up in blogland. I hope you will link up to my Patriotic Project Parade.

    http://www.itsybitsypaperblog.com/2012/06/patriotic-project-parade-linky-party.html

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  10. These are so awesome, how in the world did you think of this...I love them, and they look sooooo yummy! I hope you will link up with me here:
    http://www.thegingerbreadblog.com/2012/06/sweet-saturday-link-party-v42.html

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  11. Absolutely brilliant idea - I'm all about red, white & blue and I'm crazy about this awesome creation. Love your photo too. So glad I found you at Mix it up Monday!

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  12. So cute and easy. Thanks for the idea!!

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  13. This is great! Can't wait to make them for our 4th of July party!!!! Thanks for sharing!

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  14. This is too cute~ I'll be featuring them sometime later int he month for 4th of July! thanks for linkin up~ Hope to see you again tomorrow!
    Kim@madeinaday
    http://madeinaday.com

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  15. So creative! Love it! Thanks for linking up with us on "Strut Your Stuff Saturday!" We hope to see you next week! -The Sisters

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  16. This is so fun for summer! I am having a Summer Fun Party on my blog and would love for you to link this up to my Summer Fun Linky Carnival.

    http://www.blissfulanddomestic.com/2012/06/summer-fun-party-16-blogs-1-awesome.html

    Danielle @ Blissful and Domestic
    www.blissfulanddomestic.com

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  17. Found you through Crystal & Co. I'm pinning these because they are just too cute and my followers will LOVE them.

    If you have the chance on Friday, swing by Weekend Potluck. It's a fabulous linky party and when you link on one blog, you show on six. Would love to have you!

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  18. These are too cute! Thanks so much for sharing at Mix it up Monday :)

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  19. This is great and patriotic! Always looking for 4th of July treats!
    Hopping by from Mom on a time out blog hop!

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  20. Oh my! These are adorable. I am featuring them today on Growing A Jeweled Rose

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  21. These look amazing & simple enough I could pull off =-) I featured this at TGIF this week - http://www.livinglifeintentionally.blogspot.com/2012/06/tgif-linky-party-34.html - Thanks for linking up & I look forward to seeing you again this week!
    Beth =)

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  22. Turned out awesome! So patriotic :) Thanks so much for sharing at Mom On Timeout!

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  23. I featured you today~ for 4th of July!
    Kim@madeinaday

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