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Toy Story Rice Krispie Treats – Almost Too Cute To Eat (Toy Story Movie Inspired)

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Toy Story Treats – Toy Story Movie Inspired

If you’re looking for some adorable desserts that are perfect for the upcoming release of Disney’s Toy Story 4, you’re going to love these delicious Toy Story Rice Krispie Treats. While they’re “almost” too cute to eat, I’m certain you can find a way to take a few bites with ease!

Toy Story 4 | Official Trailer

If you’re a Toy Story fanatic, you aren’t alone. Millions are people around the world are patiently waiting for the summer release to happen.

TOY STORY 4 – (L-R) Trixie, Buttercup, Mr. Pricklepants, Dolly, Buzz Lightyear, Hamm, Rex, Aliens, Jessie, Slinky Dog, Bullseye and Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head. ©2019 Disney/Pixar. All Rights Reserved.

Toy Story 4” opens in U.S. theaters on June 21, 2019. Until it’s time to run to the theater, why not make some of these adorable Toy Story Treats instead?

They’ll not only be a fun treat for your eyes and taste buds, but you’ll love making them knowing that they’re the best lead up to a movie release, ever! Plus, these are simple and easy to create together as a family as well. Baking is a great way to create fun memories and delicious food! 

Toy Story Treats made with Rice Krispies

I really like these treats because they’re quick and easy. When it’s the end of the school year and summer is just around the corner, it’s no secret that schedules and activities are through the roof busy. It’s possible to create adorable desserts for the kiddos to love with ease with this simple toy story treat recipe!

They’re great to make and take to outdoor BBQ’s or are super fun for a Toy Story themed birthday party as well. You’re certain to be the hippest mom around if you show up with a dozen or two of these fun treats!

Ingredients

For the cereal treats:

  • 1 tbsp butter
  • 2 cups mini marshmallows
  • 3 cups of rice cereal
  • ¼ tsp Kelly green gel food coloring
  • Football shaped cookie cutter, about 3in x 2in in size

For the décor:

  • 4-6 oz. white fondant, divided
  • 1-2 drops Kelly green gel food coloring
  • 2 oz. black fondant
  • Bowl of water + paint brush
  • 6-8 toothpicks

How long do these Toy Story treats take to bake?

That’s the best part! You don’t even have to turn on your oven. You can literally make these oven-free. (and with the hot temps during the summer month, it’s a must!)

Can you use regular sized marshmallows in this rice dessert?

Absolutely. Just do your best to gauge how many you will need and go from there. While the recipe calls for 2 cups of mini marshmallows, you can add in bigger marshmallows instead and get the same results. 

How do you store these Toy Story Treats?

The best way to store them is in an airtight container. I recommend eating them within 48 hours of making them, which shouldn’t be too hard since they are so delicious! 

Can you freeze these Toy Story desserts?

You can, but just know that the texture might be a bit different. I also probably wouldn’t decorate them either if you know you’re going to have to freeze some for later. You can always unthaw them and decorate those at a later point in time. 

Toy Story Treats made with Rice Krispies

See how simple these treats are?! You’ll love being able to make them and have them ready to eat in moments! Your family and friends will thank you as well!

Toy Story Treats made with Rice Krispies

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Toy Story Rice Krispie Treats Recipe

If you're looking for some adorable desserts that are perfect for the upcoming release of Toy Story 4, you're going to love these delicious Toy Story Rice Krispie Treats. While they're "almost" too cute to eat, I'm certain you can find a way to take a few bites with ease!
Servings 8 people
Author Winona Rogers

Ingredients

For the cereal treats:

  • 1 tbsp butter
  • 2 cups mini marshmallows
  • 3 cups of rice cereal
  • ¼ tsp Kelly green gel food coloring
  • Football shaped cookie cutter, about 3in x 2in in size

For the décor:

  • 4-6 oz. white fondant, divided
  • 1-2 drops Kelly green gel food coloring
  • 2 oz. black fondant
  • Bowl of water + paint brush
  • 6-8 toothpicks

Instructions

  • Line a baking sheet with wax paper and set aside.
  • In a saucepan, melt butter over medium heat. Add marshmallows.
  • Stir until marshmallows are melted. Add green food coloring and stir until marshmallow mixture is completely tinted.
  • Remove from heat and add rice cereal. Fold in the rice cereal until all ingredients are well-coated and well-combined.
  • Pour rice cereal mixture onto a lined baking sheet. Press down with fingers (it’ll be less sticky if you wet your fingers!) and flatten it out so that it’s a rectangle, about 7 in x 5 in size.
  • Using your cookie cutter, cut out 6-8 football shapes. Alternatively, you can use the cookie cutter as a mold and press rice cereal treats into the cutter itself.
  • Insert a toothpick at the top center of each football-shaped treat, with about ½ an inch of it exposed.
  • Take about 2 oz. of your white fondant and set aside. Color the rest of the fondant with green food coloring and knead until completely tinted.
  • Roll out your green fondant so that it’s about ¼ of an inch thick. Using the same cookie cutter, cut out 6-8 fondant football shapes. Press one onto each cereal treat.
  • To assemble one alien: start with the ears. Roll 2 ½ inch spheres out of your green fondant. Flatten them out and point one end on each. Brush water on the back and place on either side of your alien’s head.
  • Take a small piece of green fondant and flatten it out to wrap around the exposed toothpick on the top of the alien’s head.
  • Roll a small sphere to place on the top of the toothpick.
  • Roll out 3 small white fondant circles, about ¼ of an inch in size each. Brush water on the back of each one to assemble on alien’s face.
  • Roll out 3 small black fondant circles and brush water on the back to put on the center of the white circles.
  • Take a small piece of black fondant and form a line to create the alien’s smile.
    Repeat for all of your treats. Serve and enjoy!

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About Winona Rogers

Winona Rogers is the author of Life Family & Fun a national blog focusing on parenting, easy recipes, Home & DIY, Lifestyle, Family Fun and Travel. Her site was nominated as the Top 10 Parenting Blogs in Atlanta, Top Disney Blog, Family Travel Expert and has been featured in media on 11Alive Atlanta & Company. In her spare time, she loves to travel with her family and cook. Winona and her husband have four children and five grandchildren living in Atlanta, Georgia.

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