You can’t beat the cuteness of these snap, crackle, pop Reindeer Rice Krispies Treats. They keep us smiling and they keep kids happy too. These No-Bake Christmas Treats are fun to make and even better to share and eat. Additionally, the marshmallowy goodness is a kid’s favorite! This Christmas treat is festively made and decorated as your favorite reindeer, Rudolph.
This holiday dessert is very easy to make and will keep the kids busy. Play your favorite Christmas music in the background and enjoy this special time of the year. This is just another way to make those special memories!
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Christmas Rice Krispies
Rice Krispies treats are an all-time favorite in our house. They’re such an easy treat with the crispy rice cereal and sweet sticky marshmallows.
Now let’s get right to it and I’ll show you how I made this no-bake Christmas treat. This snack for kids can be an easy holiday activity too. Why not let the kiddos help make them? Whether it’s at your next family Christmas Party, or maybe as a fun activity in your child’s classroom. So festive and fun!
No-Bake Christmas Treat Ingredients
• Chocolate Frosting
• 12 Candy Eyes
• 6 Rice Krispie Treats
• 6 Red Gum Balls / Red Candy Minis
• 6 Paper Straws
• 12 Pretzels
HOW TO MAKE REINDEER RICE KRISPIES TREATS
This Christmas treat is so cute and it’s a quick treat that will get kids into the festive spirit. Don’t worry about perfection and just have fun decorating your Reindeer Pops. Altogether, the simple ingredients, steps to assemble (no baking required), and easy clean-up make this a great recipe for little hands to help with. A yummy way of getting the whole family into the spirit of the Christmas season.
- Coat the top of each Rice Krispies Treat with chocolate frosting to create a reindeer body.
2. Using the frosting as glue, add two pretzels to create antlers.
3. Then place two eyes onto each Rice Krispies Treat and then add a red gumball for a nose. Another option is to use Red Candy M&M’s for the reindeer nose.
Christmas Treat Tips
If you want to make the Rice Krispies treats yourself, I find it best to press cereal into a pan firmly. This will help create a solid base to work with for pop treats.
Once cooled, cut into rectangles approximately 2 inches by 3 inches or smaller. Press a wooden popsicle stick or festive straw into one end making the Rice Krispie Treat Pop.
If using pre-made Rice Krispies Treats, unwrap each treat and press the wooden stick or straw into the treat.
I hope you enjoy making these super cute and easy-to-make Christmas treats for kids. Reindeer Krispie Pops are fun to share with your friends and family this holiday season.
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