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Rudolph's Rice Krispy Treats

Rudolphs Rice Krispy Treats
Rudolphs Rice Krispy Treats
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Rudolph's Rice Krispy Treats are a fun and easy homemade Christmas candy recipe that you and the grandkids can make this year. This easy Christmas dessert recipe also makes a really easy and delicious homemade gift and is perfect for stuffing your stockings or snacking on while you watch Christmas movies with the family. These sweet, sticky, chocolatey crunch balls are simply divine and when wrapped up with care will help you spread holiday cheer all around. Whether you've been naughty or nice, everyone deserves a little sweetness on Christmas eve.


  • 4 tablespoons butter
  • 1/2 (10-ounce) bag mini marshmallows
  • 1 (12-ounce) jar caramel ice cream topping
  • 1 (12-ounce) bag dark chocolate chips
  • 6 cups Rice Krispies cereal
  • 1 teaspoon sea salt


  1. In a large heavy bottomed sauce pan over medium-high heat, melt butter, marshmallows, caramel, and chocolate chips.  

  2. Remove from the heat and stir in salt. 

  3. Stir in the cereal until it is well coated and mixed. Let cool slightly.

  4. Scoop into 2-inch balls onto parchment paper.  Allow to firm up before serving.

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Anytime I see rice crispy bits or squares I am brought back to been a child with my mam in the kitchen and helping her to back, it was a real childhood treat. These seem like an adult version as well, does the dark chocolate make these healthier? They look really tasty!

I absolutely have to make these Rudolph's Rice Krispy Treats to add to my cookie exchange this year. I've also heard of them being called "Reindeer Poop" so that's what I'm going to call them, just to see the face of my three year old niece when I take a bite and offer some to her. Should be fun. I think they will also make a great addition to my cookie exchange this year.

My kids love to make rice Krispy treat creations for every holiday. We make eggs for Easter, Spiders during Halloween, Christmas trees for Christmas and now we can add Rudolph rice Krispy treats. This recipe is a little different and I am sure they will love it.

This recipe for Rudolphs Rice Krispy Treats sounds like a variation on the Rice Krispy treat. I am kind of disappointed. When I think Rudolph, I think red nose. I am positive the kids will love this sugar-laden treat and will only make it for special occasions.

This sounds like this would be a great addition to my Christmas cookie platter. Kids love this type of treat. I'm not sure I have enough Rice Krispies though. Has anybody ever tried with a different cereal? I was thinking maybe Cheerios. I have about 6 boxes of Cheerios just waiting for something great.

This looks great! I have heard of reindeer poop but never knew what it was. It looks so simple to make. It also makes plenty to share. I lie the idea of using dark chocolate chips to cut down on the sweetness from the caramel topping.

Like the idea not lie. I would say the salt is optional. I really don't see any reason to add it.


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