This holiday season, Kellogg Canada will donate $20 to the Salvation Army for each toy-inspired treat a Canadian uploads to RiceKrispies.ca. The Salvation Army will, in turn, use the donations to buy toys for children in need. (Please note that this post is part of a promotional campaign with Rice Krispies.)
As the holidays approach, I am sure all of us parents hope to keep our kids from morphing into green-eyed toy hoarders, obsessed with what presents they want to get, and help them focus instead on what they can give to others.
Rice Krispies Treats for Toys is win-win for everyone involved. Families get to have fun together in the kitchen creating toy-inspired Rice Krispies Treats, while helping other families who are in need financially this holiday.
— 5minutesformom (@5minutesformom) November 8, 2013
My six year old Olivia and Susan’s daughters, Julia and Sophia, helped me make (and eat!) a Rice Krispies Treats Robot using the Rice Krispies Robot recipe. I am definitely not a professional cake designer, but I think our robot turned out to be pretty cute.
As Simple as Making a Rice Krispies Treat:
- Create a toy-shaped treat (You can design your own or make one of five new toy-inspired Rice Krispies recipes available on RiceKrispies.ca.)
- Take a photo of your treat
- Upload your photo to RiceKrispies.ca
- Kellogg’s Rice Krispies will donate $20 to the Salvation Army to provide toys for children in need
We hope you all have a great time creating your own toy-shaped Rice Krispies Treats this holiday season!
To follow along in the toy-sharing fun, you can follow the #treatsfortoys hashtag.
FOR MORE RICE KRISPIES RECIPES visit our Rice Krispies Treat Resources & Link-Up Page
Please note: This post is part of a promotional campaign with Rice Krispies. Our opinions, and our love of Rice Krispies Treats, are all our own!