Reindeer Rice Krispies

Reindeer Rice Krispies

I can’t believe we are now nearly half way through November and Christmas is only a number of weeks away. I have made a good dent in the Christmas gift shopping for the family so now my direction changes to treats and food for the run-up and the day itself. My kids all have a sweet tooth, unlike me who craves all things savory. Over the next few weeks, I’m going to share some treats you can make with the children in the run-up to Christmas. These all make really good snacks for the North Pole breakfast if any of you guys are doing Elf on the shelf with the kids. What I like about the selection that I’m going to feature is that no baking is required, so fab for any of those people who suck in this area (me included) they only require a few ingredients so are easy on the purse and they are super easy to make. Today I’m sharing our Reindeer Rice Krispies complete with red nose 🙂 these, of course, can be stored in an airtight container after making. I hope you enjoy

Reindeer Rice Krispies

This is one of the easiest recipes and takes very little time. The ingredients are easily bought from your local supermarket.

Ingredients

Rice Krispies

White Chocolate

Edible eyes (I got ours from ASDA)

Icing pen for drawing

Red Smarties

 

Method
  • Melt white chocolate in a microwave in a glass bowl.
  • Mix the desired amount of Rice Krispies into the melted white chocolate mix
  • Place mixture in a flat based tray for cooling in the fridge
  • Leave mixture to chill and set
  • Cut the slab of Rice Krispies into squares or rectangles
  • Draw antlers on the Rice Krispies using an icing pen (We got ours from ASDA)
  • Attach the edible eyes to the Rice Krispies by using icing
  • Attach the red smarties to the Rice Krispies by using your icing pen

Voila, your Reindeer Rice Krispies are now complete and ready to be eaten or stored until required.

 

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10 Comments

  1. 09/11/2017 / 1:55 PM

    These are SO adorable! A great festive treat to make with the kids.

  2. 09/11/2017 / 7:32 PM

    These are so cute. I worry that I’ve not got a steady enough hand to decorate these. I’d give them a try, they’re such a lovely treat!

  3. 10/11/2017 / 8:01 AM

    These look so great! They’d be an awesome little treat for my daughter!

  4. 10/11/2017 / 9:41 AM

    These are so cute! Showing my daughter and she wants to make them too

  5. 10/11/2017 / 10:46 AM

    Omg I LOVE them! They are sooo cute! I am definitely making these with my little brother when I go home for Christmas. Adorable!

  6. 10/11/2017 / 7:41 PM

    These are so very cute and a great cooking activity to do with kids. They would make lovely edible pressies from kids to give to grandparents.

  7. 11/11/2017 / 8:18 AM

    Oh wow! These are super cute!!! Pinning for later. Thank you

  8. 11/11/2017 / 8:52 PM

    Love them! They are so cute, and just perfect for a Christmas treat. Easy enough to make with the kids, for a great themed activity. And delicious too.

  9. 13/11/2017 / 2:04 PM

    Love these, what a cute idea! I love treats that you can make that don’t require masses of ingredients (or skill)!!

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