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This Rice Krispies Christmas Treat Cake is a fun and festive twist on the classic treat. It’s easy to make, delicious, and perfect for your holiday celebrations. Give it a try this Christmas and see how much your family and friends love it!
Rice Krispies Christmas Treat Cake
Who doesn’t love a good Rice Krispies Treat? They’re delicious and so easy to make. But have you ever tried making them into a cake? It’s amazing! And it’s the perfect dessert for your Christmas party.
This Rice Krispies Christmas Treat Cake is one of our family’s favorites. It’s easy to make, no-bake, and fun! Follow these simple steps and you’ll have a delicious cake that everyone will love. Merry Christmas!
And with Christmas cookies to gingerbread houses, there are so many delicious treats to enjoy during the holiday season. For lots more fun recipes to make for the holidays, see my Christmas recipes page.
Reasons to Love This Recipe
- No baking required
- Easy to make and assemble
- Festive and perfect for Christmas parties
- Kid-friendly recipe that the whole family will love
Here’s what you need to make this Christmas treat. If you prefer to skip all the tips, information and answers to frequently asked questions, just scroll to the bottom for the the printable recipe card, found at the bottom of this page.
- Rice Krispies Cereal
- Butter, salted
- Marshmallow creme – I used Jet-Puffed
- Christmas sprinkles (any kind you’d like)
- Medium Saucepan
- Non-stick Cooking Spray
- Bundt Cake Pan
How to make the Christmas Krispies Treat Cake
- Grease a bundt cake pan with a light layer of shortening or non-stick cooking spray; set aside.
- Add the butter to the saucepan over medium heat; stir until fully melted.
- Add the marshmallow creme to the saucepan and stir together until fully combined and smooth.
- Add the Rice Krispies and combine fully; add sprinkles as desired.
- Spread the mixture into the bundt cake pan and press until the top is even all around; add more sprinkles if desired.
- Cover with plastic wrap and let cool on the counter for about two hours to set.
Recipe Tips, Advice, and FAQ
- Make sure to grease your bundt cake pan well so that the cake doesn’t stick.
- Use salted butter for a better flavor.
- Don’t overmix the ingredients, as this can make the Rice Krispies lose their crunchiness.
- Add sprinkles right after combining the Rice Krispies and marshmallow creme so that they stick to the cake.
- Serve as a dessert at your Christmas party
- Cut into slices and serve with hot chocolate for a cozy winter treat
- Wrap individual slices in plastic wrap and give as gifts or party favors
- Use different cereal, such as Cocoa Krispies or Fruity Pebbles, for a fun twist.
- Add in chopped nuts or dried fruit for extra flavor.
- Drizzle melted chocolate over the top of the cake.
- Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
- Use a different shaped pan, such as a loaf pan or round cake pan.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, you can make this recipe ahead of time. Simply cover with plastic wrap and store in an airtight container for up to two days before serving.
Yes, you can use regular marshmallows instead of marshmallow creme. Simply melt them in the saucepan with the butter before adding the Rice Krispies.
More Fun Christmas Treat Recipes
Rice Krispies Christmas Treat Cake
- 5 cups Rice Krispies Cereal
- 4 tablespoons butter salted
- 7 ounces marshmallow creme I use Jet-Puffed
- Christmas sprinkles any kind you’d like
- Medium saucepan
- Bundt cake pan
- Grease a bundt cake pan and set aside
- Add the butter to the saucepan over medium heat; stir until fully melted
- Add the marshmallow creme to the saucepan and stir together until fully combined and smooth
- Add the Rice Krispies and combine fully; add sprinkles if desired
- Spread the mixture into the bundt cake pan and press until the top is even all around; add more sprinkles if desired
- Cover with plastic wrap and let cool on the counter for about two hours to set
Nutrition information is automatically calculated, is intended to serve as an estimate only, and is provided for informational purposes. The accuracy of nutritional information is not guaranteed.
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