When it comes to the holidays, serving up some Christmas rice Krispie treats can be a fun and festive way to bring in the holiday cheer.
Rice Krispie treats aren’t just for kids, either.
While we love serving them for school parties and kid-friendly events, even as adults we love enjoying the marshmallow cereal treats.
There’s just something about the combination of those two flavors that make us smile as we enjoy them.
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To celebrate the holidays, these Christmas rice Krispie treats are both fun and festive.
They are also sporting the traditional holiday colors and shaped like our favorite Christmas shapes.
Christmas Rice Krispie Treats Roundup
To make this as fun as can be for your kids, choose a few of their favorite Christmas books, curl up on a comfy couch and snack on your Christmas Rice Krispie Treats while you read together.
There are enough options here for you to do this for several days leading up to Christmas if you want!
Santa Hat Rice Krispie Treats
Festive and fun, these rice Krispie treats are shaped and decorated like little Santa hats for the holidays.
Recipe: Sparkles to Sprinkles
Ugly Christmas Sweater Treats
The ugly sweater celebration has become a holiday tradition which is why this ugly Christmas sweater-inspired rice Krispie treat will be perfect for the holidays.
Recipe: Courtney’s Sweets
Loaded Peanut Butter Treats
Loaded with peanut butter flavors and rice Krispie treats, these treats are topped with chocolate icing making them perfect for the holidays.
Recipe: Accidental Happy Baker
Rudolph Rice Krispie Treats
All dolled up like our favorite reindeer, these adorable Rudolph rice Krispie treats will make the perfect holiday treat or snack for kids.
Recipe: Your Home Made Healthy
Gingerbread Rice Krispie Treats
Flavored with a gingerbread marshmallow mix, these rice Krispie treats will bring the flavors of the holiday to the party.
Want already made Christmas Rice Krispie treats instead of making them yourself? Try these pre-made stocking treats so you can get straight to decorating!
Rice Krispie Ornaments
These Christmas rice krispie treats are shaped like holiday ornaments. To create the top a piece of ROLO candy is used.
Recipe: Living Sweet Moments
Peppermint Candy Canes
Shaped like a candy cane and made with a peppermint-flavored rice Krispie treat, this will certainly be a hit with the family this year.
Recipe: Your Home Made Healthy
Shaped like Christmas tree ornaments and decorated with candy, these cereal ornaments will be a great addition to any holiday party.
Recipe: Anne’s Entitled Life
Christmas Tree Rice Krispie Treats
It’s not the holidays without some fun Christmas tree shaped foods! Shaped and decorated like a Christmas tree, these rice Krispie treats are fun and festive.
Recipe: When Is Dinner
Minnie Mouse Christmas Rice Krispie Treats
Our favorite Disney character, Minnie Mouse, is the theme for this fun Christmas rice Krispie treat!
Recipe: Savvy Mama Lifestyle
Grinch Rice Krispies
The Grinch is an iconic character that we all love during the holidays and these treats are dressed up in red and green to celebrate.
Recipe: The Gingerbread House
Sugared Christmas Tree Treats
Festive and fun, these Christmas trees are decorated with colorful sugar candy for a special holiday designed treat.
Recipe: Finding Zest
Easy Christmas Rice Krispie Treats
These easy, simple, and delicious Christmas rice Krispie treats only take a few minutes to throw together.
Recipe: Drugstore Divas
Easy Christmas Tree Treats
Another fun Christmas tree shaped rice Krispie treat that you can serve for the holidays, this one uses a pretzel for the trunk and is decorated with festive sprinkles.
Recipe: Crayons and Cravings
Santa Stuck in a Chimney Rice Krispie Treats
Adorable and fun, these rice Krispie treats are made to look like Santa has gotten stuck in the chimney on his way down to deliver presents!
Recipe: Oh My! Creative
More Christmas Treats!
Need more Christmas recipes and treats to serve up for the holidays?
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This cinnamon gingerbread hot chocolate recipe will keep everyone cozy while you snuggle up on the couch and watch your favorite Christmas movies together.
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