The kiddo wanted a mini mermaid party, so we made sea shell krispie treats for a fun snack and had the best time! They’re cute, simple and really fun to make.
Sea shell Krispie Treats
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we are all about making this summer more bearable for the kiddo. So much time being home and not as many trips out…well, we’re having almost weekly “mini parties” here for the family, just to add a fun twist. This week, the kiddo asked for a mermaid party so we made these fun sea shell krispies treats (and a few other things).
It was a fun way to help prep for our little under the sea party and she had a great time. If you’re ready to make a fun mermaid treat, let’s get started.
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Tips to Make Sea shell Rice Krispie Treats
- Start by getting a sea shell cookie cutter like this one. You’re going to need it–that’s how we’re getting the sea shell shape! LOL!
- I always like to recommend using my easy no-fail rice krispies treats. They’re a super basic and easy cereal treat, but there are a few tricks there to make the recipe worth repeating.
- Always always measure out the ingredients. Sometimes, with a “simple” recipe, it can be easy to just make it up on the fly. But if there’s a mistake that can be made with rice krispies treats, this is basically the only one. Go one way with ingredients and your treats be so gooey and floppy; go the opposite way and they’ll be exceedingly crunchy and dry. So, use the recipe–pretend we’re baking.
- Miniature marshmallows make your rice cereal treats the best of the best. I don’t mess around with the big jumbo marshmallows. They’re basically giant fluffy useless blobs when you try to make treats with them. The mini-marshmallows melt faster and more smoothly than the big marshmallows and those itty-bitty marshmallows are just ridiculously easier to stir.
- Before decorating the shell treats, ask the kiddo to wait until they are completely cooled. Warm treats and chocolate will result in a gooey mess.
How Do I Make Sea shell Krispie Treats?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial.
- 1 batch rice krispies treats
- White candy wafer melts or vanilla flavored almond bark
- Silver sprinkles
- Candy coated chocolate pearls
- Make your rice krispies per the recipe.
- Use the sea shell cookie cutter to cut all your shell treats. Reshape any remaining treats into the baking pan to cut more shells until all of the treat mix is used.
- Melt the candy melts per the package instructions until completely melted.
- Dip one side of each sea shell treat into the candy melts and allow any excess chocolate to drip into the bowl.
- Place the sea shell treats on waxed paper, then sprinkle immediately with silver sprinkles and add a chocolate pearl to the bottom.
- Allow your shell treats to dry completely before enjoying.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 30Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 18mgCarbohydrates: 5gFiber: 0gSugar: 2gProtein: 0g
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