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Rice Krispies and Treats for Toys: Giving Back is Simple and Important Because Every Child Should Have a Gift This Year! #TreatsForToys


Rice Krispies and Treats for Toys.
Let’s not forget the Salvation Army too.

They are all helping a child enjoy a toy this holiday season and guess what? You are a part of this integral process of giving back and giving selflessly. Yes, YOU. If you’ve followed along, you can see our Rice Krispies creations that we’ve made this year. It is as easy as buying ingredients that you need to make Rice Krispie treats and creating Princess Sweetums, Robo Rob, Vinny Vroom or anything that your heart desires. 

You Can Help.

By doing that, you are helping Kellogg’s Rice Krispies and the Salvation Army give a child a toy this holiday. We believe that every child should have a toy during the holidays. After all, it’s the memories they will cherish forever.

It’s simple and it brings your family together and it’s as easy as uploading one pic to your favorite social media networks that you are already on! Twitter, IG or Facebook! Gabby explains it all in the video above!



Jingle All the Way!

We created Sammy the Snowman for our #TreatsForToys creation! We adorned him with fruit leather, chocolate chips, cranberries and a marshmallow top hat. He was simple to make and super delicious for a treat afterwards! Something as small as this can make a huge difference in a life of a child. 

It’s the perfect opportunity to show your little ones the importance of giving during the holidays and as often as they can. I explained to Gabby and Mimi why we were making treats and why we were sharing them.

I explained to them that not every child has a tree or much less gifts to go under it. For this reason, Kellogg’s and the Salvation Army have teamed up together to help a child have a present this year. The girls reflected and were taken aback. Gabby understood the significance of giving when you can and Mimi thought it was sad but, were happy to have a small part in giving this year.

Need Some Treat-spiration?
  • Any of the Kellogg’s Rice Krispie Treat Toys that you can find, here. 
  • A train.
  • Minecraft Creepers.
  • Minecraft Enderman.
  • LEGO pieces.
  • Snowflakes.
  • Stockings.
  • Stars.
  • Olaf.
  • Christmas Tree.
  • Angry Birds.
  • Try a picasso masterpiece.


The Possibilities are Endless.

Our little guy hung out with Frosty and Santa for a little while. He wanted to get his selfie-on for #TreatsForToys! Remember after you’ve made your toy creation, to use the hashtag #TreatsForToys and upload it to Instagram, Facebook and Twitter! 

Make sure you visit RiceKrispies.ca for printable instructions for treats that you can create, also to upload your treat creations. You can see the gallery of creations submitted by other families too. 

What will you create?

Let me know, til then–cheers m’deres!








Note: I am part of the #TreatsForToys Program, I have been compensated for participating. My thoughts and opinions are my own and have not been influenced in any way.

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  1. I really love this campaign! Rice Krispie treats is something my family loves, and I think your snowman is adorable. My son would like your Minecraft inspired idea.

  2. I don't think I would have the patience for that princess but will definitely give the snowman a try. Looks easy enough!

  3. I love, love, love this. I remember about seven years ago we lost everything and that Christmas was only possible because of donations. Now we love to give back 🙂

  4. This is a really easy way to give back, I AM LOVING IT. There are so many cool and fun ways for us to use social media to give back this year, I am liking that new trend!

  5. That snowman is way too cute! I love to make rice krispies with my girls. They have fun creating snacks. These are like crafting with your food! Fun.

  6. I think this a fantastic programme from Kelloggs, it has found a enormous number of followers and is definitely a huge success as I see it. I loved the Princess Sweetums btw 🙂

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