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Confession time here on the blog today.
As a kid, I never really played with Legos. This craze passed me by and was never worse for the wear. Seriously, never a Lego did I own.
But my girls are more than a bit Lego obsessed. They love building and creating. Also, they are always looking for new Lego kits to get to play with whenever possible. So much so, that one of the places that they beg us to take them to when we are at Disney is the Lego Store in Downtown Disney.
I mean they never miss a beat with Lego Store fun. Plus, when in Disney World how could you not check this store out. Seriously it is the holy grail for Lego Lovers! This Lego Store has it all with substantial lifesize Lego display creations.
So, of course, I recently couldn’t resist making fun and edible Lego Builder’s Treats for these two. I mean we don’t return to Disney now until the summer. Plus, it is winter and chilly here. So, indoor fun at home is entirely on tap. While the Lego duo can more than easily create and build with all their toy Legos, a foodie Lego treat was a must have for now.
Plus, this time out, I used food colors with vanilla icing. And I also used M&Ms for the Lego topping effect. So easy to make and yet look precisely like edible Legos!
These Lego Rice Krispie Treats were a huge hit here with my Lego Loving girls!
If your kids are Lego enthusiasts, then you are going to want to check out this simple, but useful recipe tutorial.
So, how about it?
Scroll down now for the most fun Lego Rice Krispie Treats now.
Lego Rice Krispie Treats Recipe
- 8 Rice Krispy Treat Bars
- 1 Can Vanilla Frosting
- Large bag M&M’s
- Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Food Coloring
1. Divide the frosting into 5 bowls and add 4-5 drops of food coloring to each bowl. Mix well.
2. Unwrap Rice Krispies, leave some whole and cut some in smaller square pieces so you’ll have a variety of Lego sizes.
3. Frost each bar different colors. Place matching M&M’s on the side edges of each bar, just like a Lego.
4. Serve and Enjoy!!!
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 252 Total Fat: 9g Saturated Fat: 2g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 6g Cholesterol: 1mg Sodium: 127mg Carbohydrates: 43g Fiber: 0g Sugar: 31g Protein: 1g
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