Its Time to Make Share and Give With Kelloggs Canada #TreatsForToys @RiceKrispiesCA @SalvationArmy

I am not a great baked cookie maker so Rice Krispies treats are my go-to recipe when we are craving something sweet. There are many ways to change the recipe (my PB and chocolate recipe is a hit) but the original recipe is still the most asked for in my family, and is the most school friendly.

For the third year in a row I am thrilled to help Kelloggs Canada promote a campaign that is close to my heart. I the first two years of this holiday campaign, Kelloggs Canada has helped raise $70,000  for THE SALVATION ARMY.  The #TreatsForToys 2015 campaign is in full swing and is a tasty way to raise donations for children in need as we lead up to Christmas. This is a great thing to do at your holiday parties, work in teams and see who can make the tastiest toy themed creation using Kelloggs Rice Krispies.
This was our "Candy Train"
2013 submission to #TreatsForToys
Make.Share.Give Make a batch of Rice Krispies Treats, and create your version of a toy. Share a photo of your toy shaped masterpiece on  #TreatsForToys and Kelloggs Canada will donate $20* to THE SALVATION ARMY to help them purchase toys for kids in need.  Photo submissions must be in by December 21, 2015 so whip up your treats and submit photos today.

                                          Rob the Robot video to inspire you to create your 
                                                                 own #TreatsForToys

We will be making our #TreatsForToys creation this weekend so follow @mimishumblepie on instagram and twitter to see the results.

Disclosure: I receive occasional perks as part of my involvement with the Kelloggers Blog Community. *Maximum donation for this campaign is $30,000 


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