As you may know, we are a baseball family. With three boys playing Little League this season, we are on the field most days of the week. This of course means hungry little baseball players and that's why I have partnered with Kellogg’s® Rice Krispies Treats® to share some fun treat ideas.
Kellogg’s® Rice Krispies Treats®, Major League Baseball® and legendary shortstop Cal Ripken, Jr., have teamed up to help families unlock the fun this baseball season with their favorite snack. packaged Rice Krispies Treats® make it easy to share this favorite treat without the fuss of making them at home. this is very helpful during this busy baseball season.
It's especially fun to take my boy's baseball teams special baseball themed treats. i thought the kids would love these chocolate dipped Rice Krispies Treats® baseballs, especially when packaged in these paper baseball gloves. i created the printable which i will include on this post.
To make Rice Krispies Treats® baseballs, you will need: Rice Krispies Treats®, paper straws, white and red melting chocolate.
First, place a straw into each of the Rice Krispies Treats®.
Next, melt the white chocolate into a cup. dip each Rice Krispies Treats® into the chocolate. Once it is fully coated, gently tap the excess chocolate off.
Place onto a piece of foil or wax paper to harden.
Now, melt the red chocolate in a plastic zip bag and cut the tip off. Pipe on the baseball stitching onto each of the chocolate dipped Rice Krispies Treats®.
To make the baseball gloves, you will need some brown card stock.
Print the baseball glove onto the card stock using the free printable. Cut out each glove. Make sure to also cutting the two lines at the bottom.
Next, overlap the two sides of the glove over the middle flap, and punch a whole in the middle of all three overlapping sections.
Lastly, thread the straw of the Rice Krispies Treats® baseball to place it into the glove.
I am absolutely thrilled about how these treat turned out! I hope it inspires you to get creative with Rice Krispies Treats® as well.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Kellogg’s® Rice Krispies Treats®.