Monday, October 24, 2011

Halloween Witch’s Hats - Day 24

Halloween is just around the corner, so I thought maybe I can create something for the occasion. The Jelly mould looks so much like the top part of the hat so I used them to make the hat. They are simple enough that your children can make them with you and decorate it whichever way they like it. This is my first time trying to make something with rice krispies and man, it is a challenge. It took me two days just to make these two hats and I suck at decorating it. It looks more like kids’ hats rather than witch hats. Anyway, I gave them to my friend kids and I hope they like it.


1 cup semi-sweet chocolate
2 tbsp butter
3 cups marshmallow
5 cup rice krispies
Some candies for decoration
Some melted chocolate for decoration

1. In a large saucepan melt chocolate and butter over low heat. Add in marshmallows and stir until completely melted. Remove from heat and add in the rice krispies. Stir until well coated. Let it cool down slightly.
2. Lightly spray the inside of the jelly mould with some non-stick spray. Do the same to a baking pan. Lightly butter your hands. Take some the rice krispies mixture and press it into the side of the mould. Set it aside.
3. Press the rest of the mixture into a baking pan to make a flat sheet. Let it cool down and harden. Cut it into 4 ¾” disk for the hat brim. Remove the rice krispies from the jelly mould and attached it to the hat brim with some melted chocolate.
4. Set it aside to harden. At this stage you can decorate it which every design you want. For me I just decorate it with some candies.

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amy beth marantino said...

you did a fine job. the hats are very cute!

Ciana Carrie said...

It looks so colorful and appetizing!

Honey Bee Sweets said...

Wonderful idea to make chocolate rice crispy hats, yummy! Maybe can make a witch hat next huh? So fun! :D

suituapui said...

Bravo! Bravo! They look awesome. Bet they taste great too... I love rice crispies... Yum!

WendyinKK said...

I hope those kids don't wear these on their heads, so cute!

hanushi said...

Happy Halloween. The hats are so cute!! Maybe for a cute witch, not the evil type.

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Kids sure want this hat, look so cute, what a great idea! 6 more to go, Gert..

K.Nor said...

great idea gert! congrat :)

ann low said...

Very creative! I'm sure the kids will be very delighted when receiving this hat :D

Linda said...

Kids go crazy for that! They are so cute! Amazing!

Anonymous said...

So adorable! I'm going to a 4th birthday party on Saturday, these might be the perfect gift.

Eileen@Hundred Eighty Degrees said...

What a coincidence! I made this rice krispies for halloween too. Yours look nice.

Anonymous said...

I love the beautiful colors in your pictures - it looks really good :-)

All the best,

Shereen said...

Very nice and oh so cute!I wouldn't mind eating those!

Tina said...

Gert, this is so beautiful and creative. I love the colors, the creativity, the cuteness, and everything else!! Good Job! Happy Halloween. I really do hope you win this, I think you deserve it!

ChopinandMysaucepan said...

Looks like a beautiful witch's hat for Halloween! :)

Unknown said...

wah! cantiknya... my kids were very,very excited when they saw this hat with all those kind of fancy colourful sweets...

Yummy Bakes said...

Wow you are an expert with your jelly mould now. Very nicely done.

Cuisine Paradise said...

Soooo cute!!!! I am sure the kids will love them!

ninazsyafinaz said...

Hye Gert ..good a treat and trick..happy Halloween .

Anonymous said...

Another lovely yummy creation!

B. Lee

Anonymous said...

I like the creatvity and colours in this! So sad that it has so many interesting lollies in them that you cant find in NZ.. Happy Halloween to you!

ICook4Fun said...

Amy, Waverly, thank you.

Bee Bee, this is supposed to be witch hat but turn out something else ha ha ha..look lik kiddies hat :)

Suituapui, thank you. Me first time eating rice crispies.

Wendy. don't know leh. Have to check with my friend if her kids wear it :)

Hanushi, Happy Halloween to you too. Maybe :)

Sonia, yea 6 more to go and thank you for your support. Coming here to comment everyday :)

K.Nor, thank you.

Ann, yea :)

Linda, thanks.

Sarah, did you make this?

Eileen, oh can I look at yours. No inks here so I can't visit you :(

Birthe, thank you.

Shereen, my hats look on the childish side isn't it :)

Tina, thank you for you kind words. Not sure about me winning as the rest of the challengers do so much better than me :)

ChopinandMysaucepan, thanks you.

Hunny75, you buatlah for them and let them do their own deco. I am sure they are going to like it.

Yummy Bakes, ha ha more comfortable using it now :)

Ellena, thanks.

Nina, thank you.

B.Lee, thanks.

Justyn, thank you. Let me know which one you can't get there and I will get it for you and Happy Halloween to you. Are you going for trick or treating this year?

Christine said...

Tried yr recipe already, easy and v v nice to eat, especially for my 8 yr old son. He gives a big thumbs up when he see the pic. Tks again for sharing.

Anonymous said...

I know a certain 13 year old that can't wait for his mum to make these. Love the selection of sweets. Wish we could get some of them here. Simon

Anonymous said...

perfect picture

My Little Space said...

What a clever click, Gert! The hat looks terrific. Kudos! All the best.