Pumpkin Spice Rice Krispie Treats

 
Chewy, delicious Pumpkin Spice Krispie Treats. Easy to make and perfect for any fall party!
I spent 4 days searching for the main ingredient in these krispie treats. 
 
Jello Pumpkin Spice Pudding mix. 
 
I have a simple love of putting pudding mix into my Rice Krispie treats. Gives them a whole new flavor, and keeps them moist! It’s a secret to how to make rice krispie treats that are perfect every time.
 
Chewy, delicious Pumpkin Spice Krispie Treats. Easy to make and perfect for any fall party!
 
 
I found the pudding mix at Walmart. And I stocked up! I have more ideas on how to use it, besides making pudding of course! So if and when you find it, buy extra boxes. Just in case!
 
These little treats went fast around here. I topped them with some melted white chocolate and sprinkles. Super quick to make, and easy too! 
 
And you all should know by now how much I enjoy Krispie Treats…
 
ENJOY!
Chewy, delicious Pumpkin Spice Krispie Treats. Easy to make and perfect for any fall party!
 
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Pumpkin Spice Rice Krispie Treats

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup unsalted butter
  • 10 oz bag marshmallows
  • 1 box (3.4oz) pumpkin spice instant pudding mix
  • 5 cup rice krispies cereal
  • 1 cup white chocolate, melted
  • sprinkles

Instructions

  1. Line a 9-inch square baking pan with foil. Grease the foil with butter (I use the butter wrapper to grease the foil dish). Set aside.
  2. In large pot, melt butter over medium heat. Add in marshmallows and stir constantly until melted (lower heat to low-medium). Remove from heat and quickly stir in pudding mix. Fold in cereal.
  3. Pour mixture into buttered foil pan. Press treats into pan (but not too hard, that will dry them out).
  4. Spread melted white chocolate over top of treats and sprinkle immediately with sprinkles. Allow to set about 1 hour. Cut and serve. ENJOY.

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Aimee

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Posted on October 2, 2012

Comments & Reviews

  1. Just ran across this recipe. looks yummy. I was wondering if you could use vanilla pudding with the spices for pumpkin pie?

  2. There was no pumpkin spice pudding at the store But I found an alternative. They have pumpkin spice marshmallows! I got those, added a bit of pumpkin pie spice the same time I added vanilla pudding.
    Turned out So yummy, they only lasted a short time in the house.

  3. Love this idea! I make pumpkin spice cocoa mix with my pumpkin spice cocoa, never thought of this! It’s going on my to-do list! Thanks for posting!!

  4. Pumpkin spice anything is a favorite. Halloween is the best time of the year in my opinion. Pinning to make in a few months!

  5. I had the problem of not buying enough of the pumpkin spice pudding last year. Learned my lesson & stocked up this year. Now I’m on a qhest to find the gingerbread pudding. Sounds awesome. Thanks for sharing with us.
    (If you are in the Northeast or New England I found the pudding at Hannnaford as
    well.)

  6. Pudding makes everything better! What an adorable presentation, I love a rice krispie treat, I’m sure I’d love it with pumpkin spice pudding mix in it!

  7. Aimee, I’m making this recipe today!! No Walmart’s in DT Chicago, but I’m going to check out every grocery store in a 5 mile radius to find pumpkin spice pudding. Any good substitutes in case I can’t find it?? Thanks! Meghan from The Tasty Fork

  8. I’ll be featuring YOU tomorrow morning at 7 am central time. Thank you so much for linking up to {wow me} wednesday at GingerSnapCrafts.com

    Ginger 🙂

  9. What a wonderful way to dress up rice krispie treats! I love this. I just came by from the Gooseberry Patch. Please do stop by soon. Blessings, Catherine

  10. They look so pretty! I’ve never seen pumpkin spice pudding mix in Australia (or pumpkin spice for that matter!) – I will have to keep my eyes open for it in some of the specialty stores that stock US foods. Thanks for the recipe. 🙂
    Sheree
    www.seaweedandraine.com

  11. Yummy! These pumpkin spice rice krispie treats look amazing! I love rice krispie treats and pumpkin flavor, so this is definitely on my list of treats to make. Thank you for sharing it on I Heart Nap Time!

  12. I love pumpkin treats and have been thinking of making some pumpkin rice krispie treats. Yours blow me away Aimee. Wonderful! Will have to get some instant pudding next time I go grocery shopping.
    p.s i’m having a chocolate-pumpkin party this month, I’d love if you link these treats

  13. ummm anything pumpkin is right up my alley! I don’t know who’s more excited to try this recipe, me, my husband, my kids, or my hubby’s coworkers! lol

  14. Those look so yummy! I love the pumkin spice pudding. What a great idea to use it in Rice Krispie treats. Heading to your Pinterest board!

  15. What a delicious idea! I would love it if you stopped by and linked this up to my weekly link party. Hope to see you there! http://thelifeofjenniferdawn.blogspot.com/2012/10/a-little-bird-told-me-link-party-12.html

  16. rice krispie treats are one of my faves! these look so good!
    when i go to walmart i’m definitely look for the pudding too! 🙂

  17. I have a box of this pudding mix and haven’t decided what to do with it yet–but these are calling out my name…especially since I have everything to make them in my panry right now. LOVE rice krispie treats!!

  18. What a great idea to add pudding mix to Krispie Treats. These treats look and sound do good. I remember seeing the pumpkin pudding mix last year at Walmart and bought some…now it’s time to stock up again.

  19. Yay for yummy pumpkin flavored rice krispies! I almost made mine with pudding the other day, but opted for the marshmallows instead. You are going to crack up when I post mine because they look so similar. Well, except for the fact that yours are wrapped up way cuter:-) Love the paper and twine!!!

  20. these came out so perfect! i love how perfect the lines of the squares are, what a great idea to use pumpkin spice pudding in these too 🙂

  21. Aimee, I just made pumpkin rice krispie treats last night! no pudding mix, but pumpkin puree instead! We are both in the pumpkin state of mind! I love RKTs – to easy and versatile! I love your frosted and sprinkle topping 🙂 Great addition!

    1. Thanks Sally! I thought about using the pumpkin puree…but I’ve had such luck using pudding mix that I went that route! Can’t wait to see your version!

  22. my sister just made these but a little simpler. She used the pumkin marshmallows(just as hard to find) instead of regular and made the treats like normal. No pudding. It was hard to stop eating them!!

  23. Oh these sound so good! I love RKTreats in any way shape or form and with pumpkin pudding and the white choc frosting, even better!

  24. I need to get my hands on that pudding! I had no idea to ever put pudding mix into krispy squares, but if they’ll make them taste and look like these, I’m now a firm believer in it!

  25. I need to look for that! These look so good. And, you need to give me a course in food styling. I’d totally pay you in sugar. 🙂

    1. Payments in sugar. I love it!!! But I’m no help…I’m a lost cause. Food styling is the worst part of blogging to me…but thanks for the kind words!

  26. Thank you for this delicious recipe! I’m heading to Walmart in the next day or two, to see if they carry that pudding flavor here in Canada. If they do, this will make an easy, delicious treat for our community connect time during churchy this Sunday!

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