Minion Love!  If you follow me, at all, you know I’ve done a few Minion inspired crafts, and foods. Minions are just the cutest little guys! Are there any girls at all? Anywho…you might be aware that there’s a Minion Movie coming out this summer. Fandango reached out to me to ask about one of my crafts, and that kind of clued me in! Sometimes it takes a brick to bonk me on the head! I thought I’d better get on a few  Minion ideas I’ve been tossing around. Here’s my latest obsession…my Minion Rice Krispies Treats Fun Food Idea. Grab yourself a cup of whatever you like, come inside, pull up a chair, and I’ll show you how to make these simple treats for your Minion Party!

First off…For these Minion Party Treats – You’re gonna need:

  • 2 Tbsp. of unsalted butter
  • 1 (10 oz.) bag of mini marshmallows, such as Kraft Jet Puffed
  • Yellow food coloring – I used powdered food coloring, and just used about 1/2 tsp. You can adjust the color by adding more, or less
  • 6 cups of Rice Krispies Cereal
  • 9×13 cake pan
  • wax paper
  • cooking spray (butter)
  • Egg shaped cookie cutter – I used a 3 in.
  • Fruit by the foot with raspberry/grape flavor inside
  • Black chocolate melts – I prefer Wilton
  • Squeeze tube or baggie with corner snipped as a substitute
  • Giant Candy Eyes – I bought mine at Michael’s in the same aisle as the chocolate melts
  • Black licorice strips

*This recipe made 7 Minions. I probably could have pressed my treats together again to make more. The kids were stalking the treats though, and I had to sacrifice the scraps! You can probably get 10, if you don’t make these with kids around. 🙂

Minion Rice Krispies Treats Fun Food Idea - What a fun idea that all kids at the birthday party will love! The Minions even have fruit roll up pants!

I’m going to use this collage as a visual, today. Editing each picture during summer vacation just isn’t gonna happen. 🙁

  • You’ll first want to make the rice krispies. Melt the butter in a saucepan over medium heat. Add the marshmallows, and food coloring. Stir until melted. Remove from heat. Add the cereal, and stir until your hand feels like it’s going to fall off! 
  • Line the pan with wax paper, and just for the heck of it, spray some cooking spray on top of the paper
  • Fill the pan with the Marshmallow Rice Krispies mixture, and spread it out – A silicone spatula sprayed with cooking spray is wonderful for this task! Trust me! 
  • Let it cool

Minion Rice Krispies Treats Fun Food Idea - What a fun idea that all kids at the birthday party will love! The Minions even have fruit roll up pants! Fun!

Now, you are ready to make some Minions! Yay!

  • Lift up the wax paper, and pull the Rice Krispies out onto a working surface. See…aren’t you glad I added that wax paper?!
  • Cut shapes out with your cookie cutter
  • Melt the black chocolate melts. You don’t have to use the whole bag. I only used about 1/2 cup, and had plenty left over! Use the directions on the back of the bag to melt
  • Pour the melted chocolate into your squeeze tube
  • Make a line for the goggles going across the top of the Minion
  • Add 1 or 2 eyes to the melted chocolate line
  • Add a mouth – I did frowns, smiles, straight across, etc…
  • *The chocolate should harden pretty quickly. You might want to give it a few minutes to do so, before moving on. If it’s not setting up, pop the treats into the fridge to cool the chocolate
  • Cut the black licorice into strips, and stick some in the top of the egg for hair
  • Cut strips of the fruit roll ups to cover the bottom of the eggs. I used 2 per egg. Use the blue portion to make pants! I just placed them across the bottom, and pressed down to seal!

Minion Rice Krispies Treats Fun Food Idea - What a fun idea that all kids at the birthday party will love! The Minions even have fruit roll up pants! Fun!

  • Done! 

I’m proud to say this post is feaured on Zulilly! Thanks Zulilly!

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~Melissa – KidFriendlyThingsToDo.com

 

 


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