These Oreo Stuffed Rice Krispie Treats will have everyone grabbing for the last treat in the pan. The layer of cookies, sprinkles, and white chocolate are a delicious combo.
This summer our oldest turned 16 and decided he wanted to get his permit. Let me tell you, 16 years of waiting does not prepare you for that moment when your baby gets behind the wheel.
He has done really well with driving. I always wondered how I would be with our kids and driving. So far, so good. I haven't freaked out...too much anyway.
Last week we decided to drive a few hours away to IKEA. My hubby decided the 2 ½ hour drive on the freeway would be a good experience for our son. Let's just say it was a stressful ride for at least 3 of us in the car.
The younger two were oblivious to the fact that their brother was driving with semi's and crazy drivers. He did a good job, but we were so glad to finally get there alive.
I wonder if my parents felt the same when I was learning to drive. I really don't remember being a bad teen driver, but maybe I just blocked all those memories out.
Haha! I will have to ask my parents what it was like. I'm curious now that I have a teen driver.
Want to know what else I had to block from my memory? Rice krispie treats filled with Oreo cookies and sprinkles, that's what.
Last year I made these Peanut Butter Cup Rice Krispie Treats. Yup, RKT with full sized candies hiding inside. Those didn't last very long in our house.
Well, I started thinking about what else could be stuffed into the treats. I mean plain rice krispies are seriously so good, but stuff some candy or cookies inside, and that treat gets taken up a notch.
So, I added some cake mix and sprinkles to the gooey cereal mixture. But I didn't stop there...there was an extra package of Oreo cookies in our cupboard just waiting to be used.
What else could I do? I had to put a layer of cookies in the middle of the cake flavored krispie treats. It was the right thing to do. I mean you would have done it too, right?
How to make Oreo Stuffed Rice Krispie Treats:
- Heat the marshmallows and butter in a big pan and stir until melted.
- Add the cake mix, sprinkles, and Rice Krispie treats and stir until coated.
- Press half the cereal mixture in a greased pan.
- Add the Oreo cookies and cover with the rest of the Rice Krispie mixture.
- Use a piece of wax paper and press everything down. Let set.
- Melt white chocolate and spread over the top. Add more sprinkles and let set.
These fun treats are great for celebrating all of life's victories. Good test grades, sports wins, or a safe drive all count as reasons to make a pan of stuffed rice krispies.
Other fun Rice Krispie treats:
- Candy Bar Stuffed Rice Krispie Treats
- Monster Cookie Rice Krispie Treats
- Pumpkin S'mores Rice Krispie Treats
- White Chocolate Reese's Rice Krispie Hearts
More easy no bake dessert recipes you may like:
- Peanut Butter Buckeye Pretzels
- Easy Dole Whip Popsicles
- Mini Strawberry Pies
- Peanut Butter S'mores Bars
- No Bake Monster Cookie Dough Bites
Jocelyn, the only thing I can remember is the time you went through a stop sign on a back road. I think my heart did a few flipflops. Other than that I think you were a pretty good driver. ?
These are definitely full of the good things in life. So cheerful and happy with the Oreo middle!
And when it's my kids' turns to start driving, I am going to hide in a closet and relish the free time not taking them anywhere while trembling in fear for them. It's just gonna be that way. 🙂
We are counting down the days until he gets his license...but then I will be scared to death because I won't be there to make sure he does everything right. It's so hard being a parent when they get older!
Jessica @ Sweetest Menu
I am with you on this one. How can you make a rice krispie treat even better? Stuffing it with Oreos - duh! Its GENIUS!
Haha! My mind is always trying to find new and better things to do to treats! It never shuts off! LOL!
Erin @ Miss Scrambled Egg
Jocelyn - These krispie treats look insanely delicious. 🙂
Jessica @ A Kitchen Addiction
What fun krispie treats! These wouldn't last long at our house!
What an awesome idea, my boys would devour these in no time!
Trust me, they do not last long! I know your boys would love them!
Kentuckylady717 says, Faith will love making these....they are all her favorites.....can't wait till she sees all these recipes 🙂
Medha @ Whisk & Shout
Two of my favorite treats in one! Oreos make everything better 🙂
Those Oreos sure do make everything a ton better!
N @ Clean Eating Recipes Blog
You're too creative! Love all of them but the pumpkin rice krispies are my favorite. Possibly because of the season -- who doesn't like fall, right?
Julianne @ Beyond Frosting
Oh man! Once I turned 16, I wanted to drive everywhere! I do remember when my older sister was trying to drive back from Myrtle Beach, my bother and I were so distracting in the car that she pulled over and wouldn't drive LOL. Probably for the better!!
That's awesome that she knew enough to pull over. We make sure our younger two don't do that very same thing with distracting him. It's hard enough being a new driver without your siblings being annoying, right?
I definitely was a bad driver! The worst! 🙂
These rice krispie treats stuffed with Oreos look delish!!
Wow, these look so decadent! My kids would FLIP over these!
Thanks, girlie!! My kiddos were pretty psyched about these too!
Aimee @ ShugarySweets
You're a brave momma!! I never let my new drivers (or permit drivers) drive siblings until they had their license for awhile! I had this insane fear that if something were to happen, I didn't want my 16yr old to bear that guilt forever. I'm a little nutty, LOL. Now..these rice krispie treats. OMG girl. You know how I feel about these, I am nutty as well. LOVE the oreo stuffed inside 🙂
It wasn't my decision to let him do his first drive on the expressway with all of us in the car. Believe me the thought crossed my mind on what could happen if he made a little mistake. I had a feeling you would be in love with these krispies!!!
Jen | Baked by an Introvert
Rice krispie treats have never looked so decadent!
When my sister first learned how to drive (she's 4 years older than me) I remember wearing my bike helmet in the car, hahahaa!! It probably didn't make her feel any less stressed 🙂
Oh, my goodness! That is hilarious! I'm sure if my youngest heard that, he would totally do it to mess with his brother!
Taylor @ Food Faith Fitness
Oh man, I remember when I was learning to drive. My mom was white-knuckling the handle on the side of the door the whole way!
And I'll be white-knuckling these because I'm holding on this kinda goodness TIGHT! ALL MINE! Pinned!
Hahaha! My parents probably were too! I'm with you on not letting go of the krispie goodness!
Gayle @ Pumpkin 'N Spice
Mmm now these look like the ultimate rice krispie, Jocelyn! Hopefully they made you feel a little better about your driving experience to IKEA! Love the oreos stuffed inside!
They definitely helped ease the stress a little bit. He did good, but it's a little nerve wracking to sit in the passenger seat.