Holiday Treat { Black and White Rice Krispie Treats}

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Black and White Rice Krispie Treats

Happy to have you all here today! I’m sharing a yummy holiday treat with you guys that’s super familiar and easy to make. Everyone LOVES a yummy rice krispie treats around the holidays and there are TONS of ways to dress them up and make them fancy. Using some melting chocolate and a toothpick you to can have some fun with this loved holiday treat!

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First, make yourself a batch of rice krispie treats. Make sure you follow the directions so that they come out nice and soft. Too crunchy and they just wont work! After that use a cookie cutter to cut out some fun shapes. I make sure to cut them while they are fresh. It’s a lot easier and you can reform the leftovers to keep cutting.

Rice Krispie Treats Recipe

After that take a fun black and white straw and stick them into the treat. Be easy, but make sure they are nice and secure. After that let the rice krispie treats set for an hour or so.

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Then take some melting chocolates and place them into some microwavable bottles. Then take the white chocolate and spread it onto the treat.

Rice Krispie Treat Recipe II

For the marbleizing affect, take the chocolate and randomly draw swirls and lines around. Then take your toothpick and begin to make swirls.

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Let the treat sit until the chocolate is hard. Wrap them up in cellophane for your party or serve on a festive platter!!

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Easy right! Of course you can do these in other festive colors too! What will your easy go to treat be this year!? Make sure you check out these other amazing bloggers recipes as well! You never know when inspiration will spark! Feel feel to click away and pin! If you don’t have a pinterest account that’s ok, it’s super easy to do now!

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Comments

  1. Those would be fun to make for all my nieces and nephews! I’ve never though about putting Rice Krispie treats on a stick but I love the idea!
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  2. These look delish! They are so simple to but I love how you dressed them up!
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  3. These look so chic! Love the black and white chocolate.
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  4. Wow, you’re so next level. These are way too cute to eat.
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  5. How cool…love this color for treats!!

  6. Do you melt the chocolate before putting it in the bottles? Or microwave it in the bottle itself? I thought it was dangerous for food to be in contact with warm plastic? Sorry for my ignorance… just would love to do this, and have never dealt with “melting chocolate.” Thanks for any help you can offer!

    • Hi Margaret!
      Great question! Micheal’s Craft Stores sells an entire melting chocolate section that includes these microwave/food safe bottles and little chocolates in tons of colors:0) Have you been there before? The little discs go into the bottles and you melt them in the microwave for about 30-1 minute:0) It’s super easy and you can get as creative as you please! Hope this helps!

  7. Hi, I’m a new follower and I just love everything you do! These rice krispy treats are just too cute! I have a question about the black and white striped ribbon you used to tie the bags closed.. I’ve see you use it for other things too and I just adore it.. can you please share where you got it? Thanks so much! :-)

  8. gorgeous styling and holy yum!

    hope you’ll find a moment to stop by (if you haven’t already!) and enter a giveaway i am hosting: http://www.hellolovelyinc.blogspot.com/2012/12/personalized-lovely-giveaway.html

    smiles and happy weekend to you.

    michele
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