Tuesday, December 12, 2017

#Christmas Crispy Wreath & #Christmas Crispy Mini Treats Recipe


We have entered the holiday season. Christmas is my favorite time of the year. I love seeing all the Christmas trees and lights.

My favorite recipe to make during the holidays are Christmas Crispy Wreath Treats and Christmas Mini Treats for all.  



Supplies

Rice crispy holiday cereal
Icing red, white and green
Small round bowl
Marshmallows
Butter
Cookie sheet 
Wax paper
Cookie cutter (tree and snowflake)
M&M candy
Skittles candy
Silver and Multicolored pearls
Rainbow sprinkles
Christmas bow
Candy Canes



Christmas Crispy Wreath Treats

Directions

1.    1. In a pan place 1/4 butter to melt and then add marshmallows.
2.   Mix rice crispy together and once evenly coated remove from pan.
3.  Place wax paper on a cookie/pizza sheet and pour the crispy treats on it and spread evenly.
4.  Let it cool down and then take your small round bowl and cut out a circle in the middle.
5. Next, turn the sheet round and round pressing and molding it into a circle.
6. Once you have it round, it time to decorate it. Using the icing make a line from one end to the other. Remember to leave a space in the middle for the bow.  Keep placing the lines in red, white and green. 
7. Next, you can add sprinkles or silver/multi pearls to the treat. 


Christmas Crispy Mini Treats


Directions


           1.    In a pan place 1/4 butter to melt and then add marshmallows.
2.       Mix rice crispy together and once evenly coated remove from pan.
3.       Place wax paper on a cookie sheet and pour the crispy treats on it and spread evenly.
4.       Next, take your Christmas Cookie Cutter and Snowflake and cut out the shapes on the cookie sheet. 
5.       Once you have the shapes you want, you can start to decorate them. This is the fun part as your kids can help you. 
   
     



   
Now you will be the hit of your party when you make these sweet treats. Just follow the easy steps above. The end result is a treat all will enjoy.

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30 comments:

  1. These are great ideas for treats to make for friends and family! We almost always do cinnamon coffee cake wreaths!

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  2. What a cute take on the Christmas wreath! I'll bet they are tasty, too. I have to bring something for dessert to my MIL Christmas party. Maybe I'll make these!

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  3. I hate it when desserts look that good. I can never decide whether to eat them or not!

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  4. These are some great ideas. I love it. I want to go home and try it right now.

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  5. My family loves Rice Krispie Treats so I know they will love your festive treats! I'm in love with the wreath. It's so pretty!

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  6. That wreath looks terrific! I've made smaller treats and decorated them, they're nice and easy to make.

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  7. Oh yum, this wreath looks so pretty. And delicious! I need to make one with my kids.

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  8. There is so much a person can do with rice krispie treats. Love all your ideas and the wreath is really a wonderful idea.

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  9. How cute and festive is this?! Love how simple it is and I bet it tastes delicious.

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  10. I do love my rice krispes and these treats look absolutely delicious and so creative too

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  11. Too cute. We make rice krispie treats all the time. In fact, I'm pretty sure it was one of the 1st things I cooked with the kids when they were younger.

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  12. I love rice krispie treats! This is really cute and perfect for Christmas parties!

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  13. This is such a cute idea fr the holidays! I haven't made rice krispie treats in ages.

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  14. These are such cute treats! I have never made rice krispie treats before. Would love to make these kind.

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  15. This wreath looks so fun and festive. We will be hosting Christmas this year. I totally might make this!!

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  16. Oh my goodness! Super cute and festive! I have some of these rice krispies in my cupboard we will have to try our hands at this one! - Jeanine

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  17. I love the wreath! This is very creative and it turned out beautiful. I am going to make one for Christmas eve.

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  18. This is such a cute idea. I have used cookie cutters to make shapes out of the treats too.

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  19. How pretty! My kids love Rice Krispie treats, and it would be fun to mix things up and make a holiday version. Love how colorful these are!

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  20. Those are too pretty to eat! The wreath would be my favorite, such a festive treat!

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  21. Oooooo how yummy and totally festive! Perfect for a holiday party! So need to make one next party

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  22. Woow! This looks very testy and beautiful!

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  23. My step son is a big Rice Krispy treat fan - he would love these! Thanks for sharing at The Blogger's Pit Stop! Roseann from www.thisautoimmunelife.com

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  24. Oh my goodness! These are so cute! I have a large box of Rice Krispy sitting on the shelf waiting for someone to make something with.

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  25. I used to make these wreaths as a kid, but I completely forgot about them until seeing this post. Thanks for the reminder! I need to pick this back up every holiday.

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  26. What a really cute idea. My daughter would have so much fun making this.

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  27. That wreath is so cute! I just bought some tri-colored Rice Krispies to make trees out of, but that wreath is so festive and sparkly that I might have to try it, too.

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  28. What a festive and delicious treat! This looks fun to make and even more fun to eat!

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  29. Do you make yours in the microwave or stove top? I always use the microwave.

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  30. So festive! Perfect for the kids. Visiting from the DIGI Link-up.

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