So, I did.
What you'll need:
Rice Krispie Treats
Cookie or Lollipop sticks (Find in the craft aisle pretty much anywhere.)
Dipping Chocolate (It's usually in a tub near the cookie sticks. You know the stuff you can dip strawberries in or pour into molds to make chocolate candies.)
Ribbon for decorating
First you make your rice krispie treats. Would you believe this is the first time I've ever made some? I'm almost, ahem, thirty and I've never made rice krispie treats until a week ago. What is wrong with me?
So if you've never made them before.... here's the recipe:
6 cups rice krispies
1 10 oz bag of marshmallows
3 tbsp butter (not vegetable spread)
Dump your 6 cups of rice krispies into a bowl.
Melt 3 tbsp. butter in saucepan on low heat.
Add marshmallows and stir until completely liquified.
Pour marshmallow goo into rice krispies and mix well.
Pour that mixture into baking pan. You may need to use some wax paper or a buttered spatula to help push it down.
Alright. So now you've got your rice krispie treats. Cut them into 2" x 2" squares.
Shove a cookie or lollipop stick in. You may have to press the rice krispie treat back together if the stick separates it too much. Otherwise your pop will be loose on the stick.
At this point I set the pops on a wire rack to see how many would fit and how many I could dip at once.
Melt the dipping chocolate according to the package instructions.
Dip the top of your rice krispie in the chocolate.
Set on the wire rack to dry.
Once dry, you'll need to lift from the bottom because the chocolate sticks to the rack.
Add ribbon for decoration.
And then, because I didn't have any short bud vases, I filled a vase full of mini-marshmallows and then added the pops for a little rice krispie pop bouquet.