Rice Krispy Treats For Christmas

Make kids to do something interesting this holidays… Rice Krispy treats are a fun and easy way to engage kids and of course, these are delicious too. Kids love these Rice Krispies and will happily make some for themselves. I made these Rice Krispies with my younger one, like I had mentioned in my earlier posts also, he loves to help me out in baking or while I am making any kind of desserts or sweet treats. He loves to mix the Krispies with the marshmallow, though it a bit tricky, sometimes using his little hands when he cannot mix with a spatula, pressing the mix in the pan and then cutting out various shapes using cookie cutters. He loves making various emojis on the treats but this time we decide to go with simple Christmas theme with no icing as there are a lot of sweet treats that we made for the Christmas and for Blogging Marathon and Bake-A-Thon. We are gifting some of our Rice Krispy treats, White Chocolate Cranberry and Pistachio bark, Baked Donuts along with my Homemade Chocolate Truffles along with some Butter Cookies, that I will be making next, to one of his friend’s family for Christmas. I love gifting homemade gifts to friends and family and when you can make all these easy and quick treats at home why to opt for the store-bought ones. Homemade Gifts for me always add a special sharing and bonding feeling among the friends and family!!


Let’s get on to the quick and easy recipe for Rice Krispy Treats.

Rice Krispy Treats for Christmas

Easy and fun to make Rice Krispy Treats for Christmas or any fun event, birthdays or kids parties. Great to add on the gift basket of homemade goodies to loved ones.
Prep Time10 mins
Setting time30 mins
Total Time10 mins
Course: Desserts
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Desserts, Fun Party Ideas, Marshmallows
Author: Swati

Ingredients

  • 2 Cups Rice Krispies
  • 1 Cup Marshmallows
  • 1 Tbsp Butter
  • 1 tsp Vanilla optional
  • Sprinkles for Garnishing

Instructions

  • Take butter and marshmallows in a microwave-safe bowl, melt on high for 1 minute.
  • Add Rice Krispies and vanilla, mix nicely. Use a silicone spatula.
  • Spread the mixture on a parchment paper lined baking sheet or container.
  • Let the mixture set for 5 minutes. Cut into pieces using a knife or cookies of desired shapes. Decorate with different sprinkles.
  • Let the pieces set and dry completely.

Notes

Divide the Krispy mixture into portions, color each portion as per your choice and make fun shapes and individual pieces of your choice.

Make these sweet treats not only for the Christmas but for any occasion like birthdays parties, classroom parties, gift baskets or just like that.

Taking my Rice Krispy Treats to #95Blogging Marathon for Week 4 Day2 where theme is Christmas Candies.

BMLogo

.

Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing this BM#95.

Do give me your feedback and when you make this do post a pic on any of my social media pages.. FB page or tag me on Instagram. You can also Pin the recipe for later use. You can also find my recipes on  Google+It will a small token of your appreciation for my work and keeps me motivated to bring good, authentic, tried and tested recipes to you.

Join me in my FoodTrails by following the blog, click on the FOLLOW button and on my social media accounts. Click on the icons on the sidebar for joining in. If you like my work, do share my blog with your loved ones.

 

Advertisements

Author: Swati

Some who believes 'EAT WELL, READ DAILY, TRAVEL OFTEN AND LAUGH KHUL KE'!!! Hi!! Swati here!!! Chef, Chocolatier, food admirer, reader, love to travel, listen to music, Bollywood and shoot nature and food pics!! Welcome to my Foodtrails and join me in my food adventure!!

10 thoughts

  1. Ooey, gooey and absolutely delicious rice krispy treats. Love the different holiday shapes you made – so perfect for the Christmas season.

  2. wow what a cute rice krispy treats you made. looking so adorable, love their shape and decoration. Kids favourite recipe for the holiday time. great easy to make snack for them.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.