Elf on the Shelf Ideas | Elf Rice Krispie Treats
Are you following all of Frugal Coupon Living’s Elf on the Shelf Ideas? We suggest laying all the ingredients out with Elf the night before and then making these fun Elf on the Shelf Rice Krispie Treats with your child.
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You will also need:
- Non-stick Cooking Spray
- 9 x 13″ Baking Pan
- Ice Cream Cone Cookie Cutter (Hobby Lobby) or on Amazon
- Tubes or cans of red, green, white, and brown icing
- Red Hots
- Candy Eyes
- Place your marshmallows and butter in a large microwave safe mixing bowl.
- Microwave for about 2 minutes or until marshmallows start to get puffy.
- Stir your marshmallows and butter then mix in your cereal.
- Grease your baking pan with a non-stick cooking spray and press your cereal mix firmly into the pan.
- Freeze for about 30 minutes or until they start to firm up.
- Use your cookie cutter to cut out your ice cream cones or upside down elf heads.
- Turn your shapes pointy side up and draw on two small circles with your white icing on the middle of your Rice Krispies.
- Place a dab of white frosting onto the back of a red hot and onto the Rice Krispie treat under the eyes.
- Now draw on a happy face under the nose with your brown icing.
- Then it’s time to draw on the triangle hats with your green and red icing and use your white icing for the hats fur above the eyes.
- Top the hat off with a red hat and they are all ready to eat!
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What is Elf on the Shelf?
Elf on the Shelf is a Christmas Tradition. The tradition has a book and a elf doll. The book is poetic and in rhyme sharing the purpose of the Elf’s visits. The Elf visits each Thanksgiving. He/She goes and returns from the North Pole each evening. Every morning he can be found in a new location in the house. The Elf has been found in the refrigerator, fishing in the toilet, writing messages on the mirror or hanging from the lights. It is VERY IMPORTANT, the Elf is not touch each evening or his Christmas magic will be lost! Each family is able to name their special elf. The elves return to their home (Santa’s North Pole Work shop) every Christmas Eve. An Elf’s Story can also be found on DVD
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