Orange Creamsicle Rice Krispies Treats | Simply Southern Baking


What comes to mind when you think of an orange creamsicle?  Maybe your thoughts drift to the ice cream truck driving slowly down the street with music playing loud enough for everyone to hear.  You had just enough time to get your money before it drove by your house.  OK, I might be dating myself now, but I remember these days and the neighborhood kids stepping up to the window to buy a cool treat on a hot summer day.  Perhaps you begged to stop at the corner store and ran straight to the ice cream case.  Ahh…the sweet memories of childhood!

Orange Creamsicle Rice Krispies Treats


How about taking a trip back in time with my new Orange Creamsicle Rice Krispies Treats?  You’ve got two treats in one…the ever-popular Rice Krispies Treats combined with the taste of an old-fashioned orange creamsicle.  Give these a try…you’ll feel like a kid again (and we all want to feel younger, right?)!  Be warned – they disappear fast!

These treats are perfect for Easter with the pretty peach icing on top…just the color of orange creamsicles.  Wrap them up individually and tuck away in Easter baskets for kids of all ages.  You’ll see lots of smiles when the “kids” open these up!  Better save a few for yourself too.

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6 Responses to Orange Creamsicle Rice Krispies Treats

  1. Tracie says:

    These look amazing! Yum.

  2. Wow, I never in a zillion years would have thought to mix up marshmallow squares with cake mix as a flavor. :) Love it!

    Found this via #SITSSharefest

    • Linda says:

      I am wanting to make Orange Dreamsicle Crispy Treats cannot find orange cake mix can I use another cake mix.

      • Robin says:

        Hi Linda. I’ve never made this with any other flavor cake mix besides orange. I used the Duncan Hines brand and don’t know if anyone else makes an orange flavor.

  3. Jerica Hogan says:

    I followed this recipe exactly but for some reason it melted and is just a soggy rice crispy? What did i do wrong. i even put it in the fridge to try to harden it.

    • Robin says:

      Hi Jerica. I’ve not had any issues when making this recipe. After the butter and marshmallows are melted, it is immediately removed from the heat and then the other ingredients are stirred in. Once the mixture is placed in the pan, it needs to cool completely on the counter (not refrigerator) just like regular krispie treats. Then the icing is applied and stands until the icing is set.

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