Who doesn’t like a classic Rice Krispy Treat? Around here, we spruce it up a bit with some Fruity Pebbles for Christmastime and turn them into Rice Krispy Trees!
No need for extra fluff…let’s get right into the recipe!
Ingredients for the Fruity Pebble Rice Christmas Trees:
To start, line a cookie sheet with parchment paper; spray the paper with cooking spray. Using a nonstick pot melt butter over low heat then add marshmallows and melt over low heat. Once incorporated, remove from heat then add salt and vanilla.
Stir in Fruity Pebbles and Rice Krispies; coat completely then pour onto parchment-lined cookie sheet
With oiled hands lightly press into the pan until about ¼ inch thick (not too hard or cookies will be tough)
Allow to cool completely and remove using parchment paper. Using a Christmas tree cookie cutter, cut out and place on a cookie sheet*
Once cut, decorate with your favorite icing and sprinkles!
- 5 Tbsp Butter
- 10 oz. Marshmallows
- ¼ tsp sea salt
- 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
- 4 Cups Fruity Pebbles
- 2 Cups Rice Krispies
- Line cookie sheet with parchment paper; spray paper with cooking spray
Using a nonstick pot melt butter over low heat
- Add marshmallows and melt over low heat
- Remove from heat, stir in salt and vanilla
- Stir in fruity pebbles and rice krispies; coat completely
- Pour into parchment lined cookie sheet
With oiled hands lightly press into pan until about ¼ inch thick (not too hard or cookies will be tough)
- Allow to cool completely and remove using parchment paper
- Using a Christmas tree cookie cutter, cut out and place on a cookie sheet*
- Decorate if desired
*Can also be cut into bars or any shape you’d like
Steven a husband, father, and a disciple of Jesus Christ. He is passionate about the things of God and is currently in seminary at Covenant Baptist Theological Seminary. Steven wishes to ignite passion in others, illuminate the Truth of God’s Word, and proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ. He loves to study God’s word and is passionate about teaching and encouraging others in God’s Truth from a Biblical worldview.