Delicious Rice Krispie Christmas Puddings

Let the festive baking begin with these festive Rice Krispie Christmas Puddings. Easy to make, they are a fun Christmas recipe to make with kids.

Ready in no time, they make great last-minute treats or a cute handmade Christmas gift to share with family and friends.

Hands up the chocolate lovers out there; I see you! And you guys know how much I love chocolate as well! Anything chocolate, from cakes to brownies, cookies to cheesecake. If there’s chocolate, I’m there!

So it should come as a surprise that every year, it’s a chocolate Advent calendar for the Christmas countdown. Resisting the urge to open all the doors at once is always a test of my willpower.

But I don’t. And after being sorely disappointed when I did open them all when I was 12; I think I’ve managed to find my self-control and stick with one calendar chocolate a day!

Anyway as we’re talking about Christmas chocolate, I wanted to introduce you to these guys, this tasty recipe!

Rice Krispie Christmas Puddings


  • 400 g Milk Chocolate
  • 100 g Butter Unsalted
  • 360 g Mini Marshmallows
  • 200 g Rice Krispies or Coco Pops
  • 100 g White Chocolate
  • White Fondant or Sugarpaste
  • Green Food Colour Gel
  • Red Food Colour Gel


  • Make the Rice Krispie puddings: Add the chocolate and the butter into a saucepan, and gently melt over a low to medium heat. Then add the mini marshmallows and gently stir until they’ve melted and combined. Alternatively, melt the chocolate and butter in the microwave, then add the marshmallows. Blast for 30 seconds and stir until fully melted.
  • In a large mixing bowl, add the Rice Krispies. Pour over the marshmallow and chocolate mixture and stir together until fully coated. Leave the mix to cool slightly.
  • Using a tablespoon divide the mixture into equal amounts, and roll each into a pudding ball. Dampen your hands a little before rolling, it helps your puddings to not stick to your hands too much.
  • Place on a baking tray lined with baking parchment. Allow the puddings to cool in the fridge for 30 minutes.
  • Make the decorations: Melt the white chocolate. Add the chocolate to a small heatproof bowl, place over a saucepan of simmering water. Make sure that the bowl does not touch the water. Heat until all the chocolate has melted. Alternatively, melt in the microwave. Place in a piping bag or freezer bag, and set aside to cool.
  • Colour white sugarpaste with red and green food colouring gels, or use ready coloured sugarpaste, Use the green sugarpaste for holly leaves, and roll the red into small balls for the berries.
  • To assemble the Christmas puddings: When the puddings are chilled, snip the end off the piping bag or freezer bag and drizzle the white chocolate over the top. Decorate with the sugarpaste holly leaves and berries.


  • The puddings will keep in the fridge for up to a week.
  • Dampen your hands a little before rolling out your Christmas Puddings; it helps them to not stick to your hands.
  • The mixture can be a little stiff so if you prefer a softer Rice Krispie treat, cut down on the chocolate to 100g instead.
  • When heating the mixture, gentle, low heat will give your soft and chewy treats. Too high and you’ll end up with rock hard puddings.
  • Be careful when heating the butter and chocolate as overheating the chocolate can cause it to cease. It should be nice and smooth.
  • Dampen your hands a little before rolling out your Christmas Puddings; it helps them to not stick to your hands.

We hope you enjoy this tasty Rice Krispie Christmas Puddings

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