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These were soooo adorable! I can't believe how cute they turned out and I even thought they tasted great! I got 4 rolls out of mine and had a little strip of plain rice krispie treats left, which did not go to waste. I still got 48 out of the recipe, since it was a 12" wide pan and you cut each of the 4 rolls into 1" pieces. I used sour neon gummy worms (only needed 3-4 in each roll, and they were overlapping a bit) and strawberry fruit by the foot (needed 8 rolls). The kids loved them and the flavors actually go well together (I thought they would be kind of yucky...oh no, I am turning into a kid after eating them! :) Anyway, thanks dayla, so much for posting this. I will be making this over and over again for parties, bake sales, etc. P.S. I would suggest letting the mixture set for a couple minutes before pressing into pan. Then allow to set a few more minutes before attempting to roll...my first roll was a bit messy.
I cannot tell you how much I (and everyone else) LOVED this recipe! It was so simple that I had my 8 year old working on a tray while I worked on a second one. I got a pack of multi-colored Twizzlers and sour gummy worms for filling and I used the tie-dye Fruit Roll-Ups for a funky color on the outside. I used a large sheet pan (I think it's 12x18 or something like that) and I got 5 rolls but I do not remember how many pieces I cut them into so I don't know the final count. I was enough to fill the tray that I made them in, though. I made them for my sister's Asian themed 14th birthday party and they got rave reviews from all of the guests. A few of the girls asked me to make them for their birthday parties. I served them with chocolate syrup for soy sauce and they disappeared so quickly that I didn't even get a picture! Thank you so much for posting. I already have plans to make them again.
Made these to take to a chinese themed cub scouts banquet. Honestly, who can't resist rice crispies.... especially when these little critters are so stinkin' cute? Used the yo-go rollups for wrapping around and topped with colored sweedish fish for a little flare.
This recipe is so cute! We are taking our children on a trip to Japan soon. My son's teacher has asked him to do a presentation once we get home. I will make these to take in to the class with chop sticks. LOL! I am so excited about this recipe! Thank you so much for sharing it! Oh and I am not worried about the taste. It has masrshmallows, gummy worms and fruit leather. What's not to love?! :)
I used this recipe for my Wednesday night kid's in the kitchen night at our church and these went over really well. Thanks for posting!
Everyone at my party loved this one...super easy and delicious!
This was so fun. I made these for April Fools Day dessert. When I told the kids we had sushi for dessert their noses all turned up until I uncovered these. I have been asked to make these for my DD's birthday parties. They were fairly easy to put together and tasted better then I expected. They really do look adorable, I will be making them often, as this is a treat I don't mind the kids having.....thanks so much....Stephanie
Many raves! Before making Rice Krispies squares, we prepared the rollups by unwrapping them and stacking them. I cut the Rice Krispies into squares 4 inches by about 3 inches, placed a worm in the center of each square, and wrapped it in a Rollup.
Awesome my dayhome kids loved them. I bought the wrong rollups but we improvised. I only one piece. Thanks for sharing these.
This is probably one of the most creative treats I've ever seen. And they're a delicious blend of tart from the fruit and sweet from the rice crispy treats!