Superfood Christmas Crispy Treats

Looking for an easy holiday dessert? Make these Superfood Christmas Crispy Treats: they're simple, pretty, and the kids will love them! And they contain a healthy, secret ingredient that makes them greenso there are no artificial colors in this seasonal treat.

Ever since I made my Frankenstein Crispy Treats, my son has been asking for me to make them again. Since Halloween is long over, I decided to make these Superfood Christmas Crispy Treats in a tree-shaped pan, for an easy holiday dessert. Best of all, these sweet snacks have no artificial colors—they get their green color from fujiKale, an organic kale powder! 

For full recipe and instructions, check out my Frankenstein Crispy Treats. Instead of pressing the cereal-marshmallow-kale mixture into a regular baking pan, just press it into your greased Christmas tree pan. When you're ready to serve, cut the rice crispy tree into individual treats.

I decorated my tree with melted Divine white chocolate and naturally-colored, candy-coated chocolate from Trader Joe's. Decorating is not my forte, but I think it looks cute. And, more importantly, my son LOVED it. 

We cut the tree into smaller pieces for easier serving and brought the treats over to our local senior center, where our Cub Scouts (yes, I'm a den mom—my high school self would be so embarrassed) caroled and had a party for the seniors. It was wonderful and truly felt like what this season should be all about: sharing time, food, and smiles with others.

For more simple holiday desserts, check out some other Full Belly Sisters recipes:

Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Truffles

Cannoli Cream Sandwich Cookies

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  1. This is so cute! I remember those Frankenstein Crispy Treats, and how cute they were!

  2. love your Christmas trees! Happy Holidays Justine and thank you for all your posts on your blog this year xoxo

    1. And thank you for commenting and being so lovely and supportive <3


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