Involve your kids while making these cuties. Adding marshmallows keeps the treats chewable, yet crunchy. You can replace puffed rice ( charmuri, murmura or pori) with Rice Krispie cereal for even more crunch. Once you prepare the base of this recipe you can create a lot of fun shapes and decorate it your way. Best way to keep your kids engaged is to let them get creative with the shapes. This is a fun recipe. Make sure having lots of fun is your main focus. Don’t worry about perfect shapes or patterns 🙂
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Puffed rice or Rice Krispie cereal – 2 cups
Marshmallows – 2 cups
Unsalted butter- 2 tbsp
Vanilla Essence – 1 tsp
Milk Chocolate – ½ cup
White chocolate – small piece
- Grease a square-shaped baking tray or dish.
- Melt the butter on low flame. Add marshmallows and let them melt completely.
- Turn off the flame and add puffed rice or Rice Krispie cereal into it and mix well
- Immediately transfer the mixture to the square tray and press well using a greased spoon.
- Use a sharp knife and cut into squares.
- Melt milk chocolate carefully in the microwave or double boiler and put into a small plastic piping bag. Follow the same process with the white chocolate. Snip a small hole at the end of both the bags.
- Put a little white chocolate on the end of the lollipop stick carefully push it into a puffed rice square while still a little warm. Similarly, prepare the other squares.
- Using the white chocolate as glue, stick on the candy eyes and gems making sure you have a few red nosed ones to indicate they are Rudolph – Santa’s favourite reindeer.
- Pipe on the antlers using melted milk chocolate.
- Let the chocolate harden completely before packing it away in airtight containers.