Christmas Rice Krispie Trees

Every year I love making festive treats and this year I discovered a recipe online for Christmas Rice Krispie Trees! They are SO easy to make and look really pretty and effective!

The ingredients you need to make them are:

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200g  White Chocolate ( I went for Milky Bar!)

200g Rice Krispies

Green powdered food colouring

White icing tube

Star sprinkles

Icing sugar

Parchment paper

You can make 6 trees out of the above ingredients and maybe even more depending on what size you make the tree moulds.

Here’s how you make these delicious treats:

STEP ONE: Make tree moulds out of the parchment paper

Cut out  8-inch circles and cut them in half. Each semi-circle is one mould. Roll them into a cone shape and secure with tape. There is a video here where I found the recipe showing you the technique to make the cones.

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STEP TWO: Melt the white chocolate

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STEP THREE: Add the food colouring to the white chocolate

STEP FOUR: Add the Rice Krispies to the mix

200g is quite a lot of Rice Krispies so I added a bit at a time until they were all green.

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STEP FIVE: Spoon the Rice Krispie mixture into your parchment paper cones and press down the base with the back of a spoon.

STEP SIX: Place the cones in a glass to keep them upright and put them in the fridge for one hour.

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STEP SEVEN: Take off the parchment paper

STEP EIGHT: Use the white icing tube to stick the star sprinkles on theRice Krispie trees.

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STEP NINE: Once all trees have stars on them sprinkle with icing sugar to finish.

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What Christmas treats will you be making this year? 



  1. 21st December 2016 / 12:47 pm

    So cute!! I just made rice krispie treats the other day!

    Renee | Life After Lux

    • Tracey Dean
      22nd December 2016 / 6:46 pm

      Thanks Renee 🙂

  2. 24th December 2016 / 6:21 pm

    Ah they look amazing, Such a different idea.. I love it! I am so impressed with your blog by the way, keep up the amazing work pretty gal! x

    • Tracey Dean
      24th December 2016 / 7:52 pm

      Thank you so much Adele 🙂

    • Tracey Dean
      28th December 2016 / 6:13 pm

      Thank you Madison!

  3. 9th January 2017 / 5:52 pm

    This is adorable! I might try this in spring and make pink trees for blossom.

    • Tracey Dean
      9th January 2017 / 5:55 pm

      Pink trees would be amazing! Great idea!

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