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3 Musketeer Rice Krispie Treats


This post was originally written for I Heart Nap Time’s Crazy Christmas Event! Be sure to check it out– there have been some AWESOME posts!

Making desserts is especially fun during the holidays, because the stores are chock-full of hot chocolate and peppermint variations of our favorite stand-by candies. Like Hot Chocolate flavored 3 Musketeers…

The recipe was inspired by Cookies and Cups’ 3 Musketeer Cupcakes. She melted down 3 Musketeer Candy Bars to make a frosting! When I saw that, my mind immediately went to Krispie Treats, and I just had to try.

I think this version, using the holiday Hot Chocolate 3 Musketeers, would also be fab topped with a little marshmallow cream (you know, like marshmallows and hot chocolate?).  If you try it, be sure to let me know!

You’ll be the hit of all your holiday parties with these bars in tote. Happy holidays!


Hot Chocolate 3 Musketeer Krispie Treats


  • 1 bag Mini Hot chocolate 3 Musketeer Candy Bars
  • 1/2 c. miniature marshmallows
  • 3 Tbsp. butter
  • 5 c. chocolate Krispies cereal


  1. Unwrap the candy bars and place in a large, microwave safe bowl. Place the marshmallows and butter in the bowl, and microwave for 1 minutes.
  2. Stir with a wooden spoon until smooth.
  3. Gradually mix in the cereal, 2-3 cups at a time. Towards the last 2 cups, I found it was easier to just mix with greased hands.
  4. Press into a parchment lined, and lightly greased, 8×8 baking dish. Let set for 30 minutes to an hour. Cut into squares and enjoy!
  5. Optional: drizzle with chocolate.

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Ashton Swank

Ashton is the owner and author of Something Swanky. Although first and foremost a wife and mother, she considers herself an online entrepreneur, freelance writer and photographer, and brand ambassador. Her focus is in food styling, food photography and recipe development.

18 comments on “3 Musketeer Rice Krispie Treats”

  1. I neeeeeeeeeed those 3 Musketeers. Like…now. :)

  2. Ashton, these are mouthwatering. I need these in my life right now. Pinned :)

  3. I love 3 Musketeers. These look sooo good.

  4. melted three muskateers. holy moly. you and shelly are onto something!!!!! i need to try something like this! rice krispie treas are my favorite recipe to play around with! so many options. :)

  5. Yeah, these are most definitely awesome. Get in my belleh!

  6. I love the idea of melting down candy bars for rice krispies…and Hot Chocolate 3 Musketeers no less – didn’t even know there was such a thing!

  7. I have a bag of those in the pantry – just waiting to be used! what a great recipe

  8. Oh my heck! YUM! I haven’t seen the hot chocolate Three Musketeers but now I’m ont he look out. These look heavenly!

  9. Mmmm delicious !

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  10. I made these last night and while we are traditionally a “regular” rice krispie treat family, these did NOT to begging. They are delicious. I didn’t put the chocolate drizzle on top as I thought they’d be rich enough without it but would probably do it if giving as a gift — which these are certainly worthy of being. Thanks for posting this fun and delicious recipe.

  11. love 3 musketeers and these look incredibly wonderful!!!

  12. Oh my goodness ! Rice Krispie treats are my favorite but paired with 3 musketeers – oh that must tast heavenly!

  13. 3 Muskateers are one of my long time favorite candy bars! I love the airy filling and I never even noticed they had a holiday version. These look so good!

  14. Ashton, these have to be the most beautiful rice krispie treats I’ve EVER seen. Wow. They are completely GORGEOUS girl!!!! And I love 3 musketeers. Youuuu are amazing.

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