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Candy Cane Rice Krispie Treats

There is nothing that the family loves more than rice krispie treats. It's one treat that takes only minutes to make and there is so much you can do with them. All it takes is a cookie cutter and your imagination. While we also love candy canes, like hanging them on the tree, they don't last too long. The kids eat them before Christmas has arrived and while that's fine and dandy there is a great way to combine the two. How about making them some delicious Candy Cane Rice Krispie Treat? Now they can satisfy their sweet tooth and kids just love eating what they've made and they're going to love making these.

Here is what you'll need:

*Makes 8 servings. 1 Treat = 1 serving.


1 8 ct box of Kellogg's Rice Krispie Treats

Wilton red decorating icing

Wilton white decorating icing

Small candy cane cookie cutter

**Plastic Wilton icing tips – these are located right next to the tubes of frosting.


#1. Cut all your Rice Krispie Treats into a candy cane shape. If you cannot find a cookie cutter big enough simply use a knife and cut the shape out.

#2. Place a small tip on the white frosting tube and give your candy cane a few white sections by gently squeezing the tube and going back and forth on the candy candy (see photo).

Repeat with all the treats and set aside.

#3. Wash the basic tip out and put it on the red frosting and fill in the black areas with red (see photo).

Voila! Super easy and super CUTE candy cane Rice Krispie treats!

Now the kids can have their treats and eat them too! I hope you enjoyed our super easy and delicious Candy Cane Rice Krispie Treats. So tell me, have you ever tried making other cool snacks with your own rice krispie treats?
Annmarie John
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  1. These are so cute and easy to make. Definitely want to try now. Thanks ;)

  2. So cute and easy! I see the HUGE sheets of Rice Krispie treats in the store all the time! Perfect for doing this!

  3. These are adorable. When I was little my mom would always make homemade rice crispy treats for "santa". These are super adorable and remind me of that.

  4. These are cute! I'll admit my rice Krispy treats don't last long enough to make anything out of haha. Definitely going to try these with my baby though. She would have fun doing this

  5. What a cute idea. I am trying these over the weekend.

  6. How creative! So glad to be finding these cool stuff that I can do with my kids on Christmas break. Thank you so much for sharing!

  7. You did a great job with these! I want to make something like this for my daughters. I can't wait to start making up a bunch of Christmas goodies with them.

  8. What a great idea for the holidays. My kids would love this treat. Thanks for sharing!

  9. I think I'd need a cookie cutter because I am NOT good with a knife, but I do love these. It's a perfect treat because who doesn't love Rice Krispie Treats?

  10. Aww! I love these! Gluten free and dairy free! Totally a good fit for me and they're so cute!

  11. What a cute idea! I am sure my girls would love to make this treat with me and eat it of coarse!

  12. How adorable are these! I totally love how the icing makes the perfect finish.

  13. I made a tray of Rice Krispie Squares a couple weeks ago and completely pigged out on it.

    These are so cute and such a neat twist on a classic recipe.

  14. Easy peasy and great for an afterschool treat or party plate! These turned out really cute.

  15. Those looks so delicious! I could eat a handful of them... Yummy.

  16. Such a cute idea. And they look easy to make too.

  17. These Rice Krispie treats are too cute! I think I'll definitely be making some of these soon!

  18. We have never made them before, but that sounds fun. :) So cute! Thanks for sharing!

  19. Rice Krispie treats are a hit in my house. I like making them but have never thought of making and cutting them with a cookie cutter. I am going to try these.


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