December 08, 2018

Pretty much the cutest dessert recipe for the holidays - Reindeer Rice Krispies!

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Apart from the traditional Christmas treats, you can get creative and festive with this Reindeer Rice Krispies recipe.

Not only will children love them, but you can also serve them at Christmas parties, or you can give them as presents to your friends and relatives.

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This treat is easy enough to make. You only need Rice Krispies as your base, and you can get as creative as you want.

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There are lots of versions online, but for Jill at Kitchen Fun With My Three Sons, she uses the store-bought cereal-marshmallow snack.

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All you will need is the Rice Krispies, a couple of popsicle sticks, chocolate chips, M&M candies, and a piping bag.

You can shape the Rice Krispies into a rectangle or a shape of a reindeer’s head. You can then use the other ingredients to decorate your own reindeer treat. Get as creative as you like.

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Other food bloggers offered alternatives in decorating, as well. It is the perfect bonding activity to do with your family.

Mique from Thirty Handmade Days shared her recipe, which she said they do together as a family. Her version includes the typical ingredients for Rice Krispies – puffed rice cereal, mini marshmallows, and butter. Mique also uses dark cocoa candy melts, candy eyeballs, and red M&Ms. Instead of a piping bag, Mique prefers to get a little crafty by using a typical plastic bag to create the antlers with the candy melts.

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As for Kellogg’s, they use red gumdrops for the nose instead of M&Ms, and they use pretzels for the antlers. They also gave the usual treat a twist by making Cocoa Krispies. Kimberly Danger from Mommysavers tried the Cocoa Krispies Reindeer recipe and used red and brown M&Ms for the eyes.

Aside from Rice Krispies, another tasty treat for the holidays is a smooth and creamy fudge, but with a festive twist. It has eggnog in it. Click here for the recipe.

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