Rice Krispies Cereal Treat Christmas Trees- with yoyomax12

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Easy cereal treat Christmas trees!
Ice cream cone Christmas trees with a surprise inside:

10 oz package (They are sold in 300g packages here and that is ok) marshmallows (about 42 of them)
3 tbsp (47g) butter or margarine
greeen food colour
6 cups (160g) of puffed rice cereal
Cadies for decorating

Place the marshmallows and butter in a large bowl and microwave on high for 1-2 minutes until marshmallows are puffed and butter is melted.
You can melt the marshmallows/butter in a large pot on low on the stove if you want as well.
Stir marshmallows and butter together until smooth and add enough green food colour to get the shade of green that you like.
Stir in the cereal and keep stirring until coated.
Using a 1/3 (60ml) measuring cup (greased) scoop out a portion and form into a tree shape. Press candies into tree or roll tree shape in some candies spread on a plate.
While tree is still tacky press a miniature Reese’s peanut butter cup to the bottom of the tree, two bite brownies could also be used as a trunk.
I refrigerated mine until they were set and firm, but you don’t need to keep them refrigerated after that.


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Luis Sandoval says:

like si vienes de maire wink

Valentin Salinas says:

Acaso estoy viendo al niño de los tutoriales perfectos 😱😱

Lam Lee says:

how many christmas trees can make for this recipes

Amanda Williams says:

Dat intro tho

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Internally Screaming says:

This was really cool

izzy s says:

cute love it thanks

Elizabeth says:

any ideas for natural food coloring? I've heard some people use spinach, does anyone know if it affects flavor of treat?

RedVelvetD0nut says:

What does hasten mean?

AvdaSlime says:

I loved it it was amazing

Walline Julien says:

hi can you use fluffy

Julius Andrassy says:

Lady your a genius really impressive work , good for you.

Stephndipity ! says:

Hi Tammy and everyone, any suggestions for what use for the trunk for Peanut free home's like mine?

Sashaleyyy says:

Are you still married?

tBESTIEc says:

would these be fine for serving a day after…

Maria Arroyo says:

How many minutes do you use to the fridgerator

Ingrid Jager says:

it is so nice that children from around 4/5 years can make them.

Rich Davis says:

About how many trees will the noted ingredient amounts make?

Glamorously_ Awkward says:

Very very very very very very very creative!

bella rosa says:

Hi, I know this is super short notice, but could you do something for a New Years Eve party?

Bailey Smith says:

Thanks for thr cute idea

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