How to make Rice Krispy Treats with Rice Krispies, Marshmallows, butter and some fun with kids!!
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.
Party Snack or Homemade Gifts
Rice Krispies are fun treats for kids you can make these for kids parties and get-togethers. Once in a while you can make these for kids snack boxes too. I am going to make Rice Krispy treats, White Chocolate bark with Cranberry and Pistachios Baked Donuts along with my Homemade Chocolate Truffles. I am also going to bakes these different cookies with one basic cookies dough, 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 see how to make quick and easy recipe for Rice Krispy Treats.
Rice Krispy Treats for Christmas
- 2 Cups Rice Krispies
- 1 Cup Marshmallows
- 1 Tbsp Butter
- 1 tsp Vanilla optional
- Sprinkles for Garnishing
- 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.
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.
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