Bring Santa to your Christmas party with these easy class treats made from chocolate and rice Krispie Treats. You'll be the hero and only you will know how easy they were to make.
Tomorrow is the last day of school before Christmas break and that's when all the class parties are. So of course, tonight is the night when you're probably searching Pinterest for a quick and easy class treat for your kid to bring, because of course, he forgot to tell you about the party until today.
Sigh. What's with that?
Fortunately, I already showed you how to make some Reindeer Rice 🍚 Krispie class treats and today, Santa's coming to visit with his Santa Suit rice Krispie class treats to save to day.
What's awesome is that these treats are simple to make but look like you spent FOREVER in the kitchen whipping them up.
Start with some Rice Krispie treats. If you're awesome, you can go ahead and make your own and cut into squares, but if you're like me and running around like a chicken with it's head cut off, Sam's Club has a big box of Mini square Rice Krispie Treats that are prefect.
Grab them and:
- Red Chocolate Melting Wafers
- White Chocolate Melting Wafers
- Gold Chocolate Melting Wafers
- Black Chocolate Melting Wafers
- 3 Squeeze bottles
- Popsicle sticks
- 2 Glass bowls
- Wax paper
Carefully melt your red chocolate wafers in a microwaveable glass bowl. The lighter chocolates have a tendency to burn very easy, so melt them in 1 and 1/2 minute increments on 50 percent power until melted. Be sure to stir between minutes so the chocolate doesn't get too hot.
While that is melting, push your Popsicle sticks into the rice krispie treats.
When your chocolate is smooth and melted, dip your treat into the melted chocolate. Tap the side of the stick onto the side of your bowl to get rid of any excess chocolate and lay on to a piece of wax paper to harden.
Wait about 20 minutes (or stick them in the fridge or freezer for a shorter wait time), then melt the white chocolate in a small bowl just like you did the red.
Once it is smooth and dippable, dip the top edge of the krispie treat into the white chocolate. Lay back onto the wax paper and allow to harden again.
While the white is hardening, melt some black and yellow melting wafers in separate squeeze bottles carefully.
The white doesn't have to be completely dry for this next step, so go ahead and draw a black belt down the bottom area of the red square. You can just draw this on top or wrap it around the sides, it's up to you.
Then add a yellow belt buckle in the center of your black line for Santa's belt. Let dry.
What! These are so cute! They really do look like you spent forever baking and decorating them, but they sound simple. My kiddos love rice krispies treats, I should give this a try. Thanks for the sweet idea!ReplyDelete
So cute. Found you at Thursday Favorite Things.ReplyDelete