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Can't believe I forgot to rate these....made them with green food coloring and a shamrock cookie cutter for St. Patrick's Day!

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sugaree June 26, 2008

These are great! I used gluten free rice krispies and vanilla extract instead of almond because of allergies in my son's class. I must have used smaller cookie cutters because I was able to get 20 hearts out of a 10x15 pan and then made about 5 more by pushing the scraps together. My cheapo metal cookie cutter did get a bit bent out of shape, but was easy to fix. I love the tip about using the jelly roll pan, thanks!

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KristineB February 13, 2012

Just made these for my kids to take to daycare for Valentines day. They were super easy and delicious. Very easy to make for any occasion.

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Lisa7096 February 13, 2012

These are so fun and so easy to make! My son wanted to make Christmas cookies, since he loves using cookie cutters, but I wasn't up for the work involved, since we had just made them a few weeks ago. I was looking for recipes that used cookie cutters and were a good treat post-holiday, and this is it! we used our dinosaur and farm shaped cutters and the kids had a blast! i didn't have almond extract on hand, so they were slightly on the bland side, but i am sure the almond would just enhance them! we found that the leftover odd shaped krispie treat "dough" from cutters could be smushed together to make bigger pieces to use with the cutters, much like regular dough. thanks for sharing!

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MamaNayNay January 10, 2011
Valentine's Day Krispie Treat Hearts