Pack Rice Krispies into loaf pan. This treat couldn't look cooler

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Rice Krispies treats are a classic snack, but with the recipe below, they become a fantastic Easter treat. Melt down marshmallow Peeps to form multicolored layers of Rice Krispies goodness. These colorful treats can even be decorated with sprinkles to make them even more festive.
While some Peeps are simply colored, others are actually flavored with lime, orange, peppermint, chocolate, and more. They are a bit harder to find, but when you do, they're an extra-special treat. This recipe works great with the standard Peeps, but if you stumble upon some of these special edition flavors, feel free to add them into the mix.
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Peeps Rice Krispies treats
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4 (3-ounce) packages PEEPS® marshmallow chicks (purple, pink, yellow, green), divided
4 tablespoons butter, divided
6 cups Rice Krispies, divided
Nonstick spray
Grease a nonstick loaf pan and set aside.
In a small pot, melt 1 tablespoon of butter. Add the purple Peeps and stir until melted. Once melted, remove from the heat and add 1 ½ cups of Rice Krispies. Stir until well combined, then press into the loaf pan in an even layer.
Wash out the pot, and repeat this step for the three other colors.
Allow the layered treat to cool, then turn out and slice into 12 pieces.
PRO TIP: Spray your spatula with nonstick spray in order to
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