I LOVE making gingerbread houses with the kids, but, with my recent obsession of snow globes, I couldn’t help but switch it up this year. Check out this totally edible, sweets filled, snow globe with a rice krispie tree as the star!
We made our rice krispies just as the box describes, used a giant Christmas tree cookie cutter, and decorated it a little bit with some white chocolate candy melts and glittery cupcake sprinkles. As a base (and to hold the tree upright) we filled our “snow globe” apothecary jar with white, shimmery sixlet candies, and dusted everything with powdered sugar for that sweet, snowy effect. The best part about our sweet snow globe is that everything is edible (well, besides the glass).
Are you having a snow day at home? Get the kids involved with this project, use any kind of winter-y Christmas-y cookie cutters you have on hand. Don’t have a big apothecary jar? Try any glass container, pitcher, vase, mason jar, or pasta sauce jar. Get creative and make your own!