Rice Krispies Treats Easy Apple Pies

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Rice Krispies Treats Easy Apple Pies – make this easy no-bake dessert recipe with only 3 ingredients! Use krispies treats for the crust and apple pie filling to make an EASY apple pie recipe!

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Rice Krispies Treats Easy Apple Pies - why use a pie crust when you can use a cereal treat? Only 3 ingredients, these pies are EASY!!

Can somebody tell me how it’s November already? How there is only a month until Thanksgiving and less than two months until Christmas and then OMG it’s going to be 2017?

I’m going to be 40 in 2017. WHY is time going so fast?

I’ve gotta admit though, this is my favorite time of year. After September, I think that November and December are my favorite months. I love the weather, the fashion, and most of all, I love the holidays. I’m giddy about Thanksgiving and Christmas just thinking about them! Okay, admit it: who is already meal planning for Thanksgiving? (My hand is firmly in the air, BTW.)

What’s funny about Thanksgiving is that I always “meal plan” but then I make the exact same recipes we eat every year. There’s the turkey (obviously), the cornbread stuffing (Jordan’s favorite), knoepfle (my dad’s special Swiss noodles), and some sort of vegetable that’s coated in bacon because, duh, bacon. I even do the same thing every year for dessert: Crumb Apple Pie, Pumpkin Pie, and Pecan Pie.

Want to know the kicker? Jordan doesn’t love pie. (I KNOW! HOW IS SHE MY DAUGHTER?) So, not only do I make all the pies for 5 people, but I also make a Jordan friendly dessert.

This year, I’m making EASY Apple Pies with a crust she can’t turn down: Rice Krispies Treats.

Rice Krispies Treats Easy Apple Pies

Rice Krispies Treats easy apple pies have only 3 ingredients and they take 5 minutes to make.

There’s no food processor or stove or oven involved. It’s a no bake apple pie with a Rice Krispies Treat crust!

Basically, to make this pie, you slice a Rice Krispies Treat in half, top it with pie filling, and then dollop on some whipped cream. I drizzled mine with caramel because who doesn’t love caramel?

These are the easiest pie you’ll ever make – and the kids will go crazy for them.

Rice Krispies Treats Easy Apple Pies - why use a pie crust when you can use a cereal treat? Only 3 ingredients, these pies are EASY!!

Plus, you’re not limited to apple pie filling! Use ANY pie filling…and top them with ice cream. I may eat Rice Krispie Treats easy apple pies instead of indulging in 3 slices of traditional pie!

Rice Krispies Treats Easy Apple Pie

Rice Krispies Treats Easy Apple Pie - only 3 ingredients! Use krispies treats for the crust and apple pie filling to make an EASY apple pie recipe!
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Yield 8
Serving Size 1

Ingredients

  • 8 Rice Krispies Treats
  • Apple Pie Filling
  • Whipped Topping
  • Cinnamon and caramel for garnish optional

Instructions

  • Unwrap each rice krispies treat. Cut each in half horizontally.
  • Top each halved treat with a few pieces of apple pie filling and some whipped topping. Garnish with a sprinkle of cinnamon and a drizzle of caramel, if desired.
  • This is more a method than a recipe - make as many as you need. One can of pie filling will make about 30 of these, so you can make however many you need and then make this strudel with the leftover pie filling.

Nutrition Information

Serving: 1g | Calories: 221kcal | Carbohydrates: 44g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 3g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Sodium: 130mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 21g

Nutritional information not guaranteed to be accurate

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