Grinch Rice Krispy Treats

by Jenn

Who else enjoys the Grinch and creating Grinch recipes? If you are a fellow Grinch fan, these Grinch Rice Krispy Treats are for you. Not only are the festive and fun, they taste pretty darn delicious if you ask me.

Grinch Rice Krispy Treats

With the holiday season right around the corner, it’s the perfect time to have a little Christmas fun in the kitchen.  What a better way to do so than with a delightful Christmas dessert like The Grinch Rice Krispy Treat?  Not only are they an incredibly fun way to create Christmas memories in the kitchen, but they will make your tastebuds sing and bring holiday joy to children and adults.  So get ready because we are going to spread some holiday cheer with these festive scrumptious Grinch Rice Krispy Treats recipes.

Grinch Rice Krispy Treats

Grinch Rice Krispy Treats

If you’re strapped for time, you’ll love this Grinch Rice Krispy Treats recipe. They are super quick and easy to make and they don’t require a whole lot of ingredients either, just lots of love. That’s what makes them taste so great. Well that and the marshmallows of course but the love you put into making them always makes them taste better in my opinion.

Grinch Rice Krispy Treats

Get in Touch With Your Creative Side

If you decide not to make these Grinch Rice Krispy Treats, I hope they at least spark some fun and creative holiday ideas for you. Christmas is one of my favorite times to get creative in the kitchen and there are so many fun and creative things you can do with Rice Krispy Treats especially during the holidays. Here are fun things you can do to change them up if you’d like.

  • Go with a fun reindeer recipe – use brown food coloring, add edible eyes and use pretzels for the horns. 
  • Don’t add anything food coloring just crush up some candy canes and mix together or sprinkle on top.  
  • You could use a Christmas tree cookie cutter and add mini M&M’s to make it look like a Christmas tree.  
  • Don’t add any food coloring and just mix in some mimi Christmas M&M’s to give them that fun and festive look. 
  • Go above and beyond and make some of the Grinches dog too. That might be a fun idea.
  • If you have a grinch cookie cutter you might take things to the next level too.

These are just a few of the endless possibilities. You can do so much with Rice Krispy Treats during the holiday season.  Plus, we cannot forget about the amazing memories we can create by including our kids.  If you are looking for something to do with the kids during their Christmas break, the Grinch Rice Krispy Treats would be fun for everyone!  

Grinch Rice Krispy Treats

You can add some sprinkles, mini M&M’s and other things you can decorate with and let the kids decorate their own Rice Krispy Treats.  Just remember, there is a high possibility of sticky fingers but the smiles and giggles will make everything worth it.  

Whether you are making these treats to give to family and friends for the holidays or creating memories with the kids I’m sure you’ll enjoy the smiles they bring. 

Grinch Rice Krispy Treats

Rating: 5.0/5
( 2 voted )
Serves: 16 Prep Time: Cooking Time: Nutrition facts: 500 calories 10 fat

Ingredients

  • 10 cups Ric Krispy cereal
  • 1/2 cup butter
  • 2 bags 16 ounce marshmallows
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla
  • Neon green food coloring
  • Large heart sprinkles

Instructions

  • Prepare 9×13 baking dish by lining it with parchment paper and lightly spraying it with cooking spray. Set aside.
  • In a large pot over medium heat melt butter.
  • Turn the heat down to low and add marshmallows, continuously stirring until completely melted.
  • Add vanilla and food coloring until you get the desired color. Mix completely.
  • Fold in cereal 2 cups at a time until all cereal is completely covered.
  • Pour into a prepared baking pan and even out by lightly spraying spatula with cooking spray. This will keep the cereal from sticking to spatula so you can work with cereal better. Gently push the cereal down with the end of the spatula until even on top
  • Allow to sit for about an hour, cut into squares and add a heart to each square.

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