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Holiday Rice Krispies
From: Kellogg's

A limited-edition holiday version of Rice Krispies cereal with red and green pieces scattered among the traditional tan or off-white pieces.

On one version of the box, the characters Snap! Crackle! and Pop! are shown riding Santa's sleigh into the sky dropping colorful Rice Krispies treats to the ground below. The front of another version of the box barely shows the famous mascots. Only their heads are shown, looking very small next to a spoonful of the cereal and a stack of Rice Krispies treats.

This cereal was primarily available in Canada.

Also see Ho Ho Holiday Rice Krispies.

Company Description: Kellogg's was originally founded as the Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Company in 1906. The company's founder Will Keith Kellogg is credited with inventing corn flakes along with his brother John Harvey Kellogg. The company was renamed the Kellogg Company in 1922... Read on and see all cereals from Kellogg's
This cereal belongs to the following Mr Breakfast Cereal Families:
  • The Christmas & Winter Cereal Family

  • Comments About This Cereal
    What do you think of Holiday Rice Krispies?

    Overall Average Rating = 4 (out of 5)

    View all 11 comments for this cereal.

    By Granny

    I haven't been able to find the green and red Rice Krispies this year. Please bring them back.

    Comment submitted: 12/15/2019 (#24725)

    By Paigey

    Cereal Rating (out of 5):

    I haven't been able to find or buy the holiday Rice Krispies in Edmonton Alberta in December 2019. I've checked every grocery store and no one has them. Please bring them back - my grandchildren love the holiday treats that I make with them at Christmas.

    Comment submitted: 12/11/2019 (#24717)

    By Abbygayle

    Cereal Rating (out of 5):

    I have not been able to find Holiday Rice Krispies for a couple of years. Please bring them back.

    Comment submitted: 12/2/2015 (#19711)

    By Grandma Sam

    Cereal Rating (out of 5):

    I had made the Holiday Treats for several years, but haven't been able to find them at Christmas time. Please bring them back. My children and grandchildren loved them. It made Grandma's house even more special. Thanks.

    Comment submitted: 3/14/2015 (#18743)

    By Bert.R

    Cereal Rating (out of 5):

    Why is it only in Canada? Why is it not in America? We want holiday Rice Krispies too!

    Comment submitted: 12/23/2013 (#15570)

    By Diane

    I always made the red/green/white rice Krispie treats at Christmas and haven't seen them in a long time. They usually went fast in the stores so had to keep an eye out for them. I was just looking where they could be purchased. Thinking now they are not making them. Bring them back!

    Comment submitted: 12/14/2013 (#15524)

    By Usmle

    I haven't seen them for a very long time. Do they still make them? They were great for the holidays.

    Comment submitted: 12/10/2013 (#15495)

    By bunny

    I wanted to make some Rice Krispy treats with the holiday red and green cereal, but can't find it in stores any where. I live in Trenton Michigan. Where can I get them?

    Comment submitted: 12/1/2013 (#15433)

    By suzy q

    Cereal Rating (out of 5):

    As of today - my local grocery stores here in Berlin, Newington and Plainville CT do not have the Christmas Rice Krispies yet - are they going to be coming out? Thanks!

    Comment submitted: 11/28/2012 (#10042)

    By patty sue

    Where can you buy Holiday Rice Krispies in Lansing, Michigan? Is it out now? Will it be available during the holidays this year?

    Comment submitted: 10/28/2012 (#9765)

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