Candy Sushi


My daughter’s pre-school class has been learning Japanese all year. It’s so cool to hear her speak and she is so proud when she comes home and tells me the new words she has learned. At the school’s Spring Fling Bar-B-Que her class sang “Jesus Loves Me” in Japanese! In Japanese!!! She’s 5 years old! It was very impressive.

So when I saw this post over at Random Thoughts Of A SuperMom! I knew I had to make these for their last Japanese class. Aren’t they adorable?!?!

What you will need:
* Rice Krispy Cereal (6 cups)
* Mini Marshamllows (10 oz. bag)
* Butter (3 Tablespoons)
* Gummy worms
* Fruit roll ups (green)

Make the rice krispy treats according to the package (melt butter, stir in marshmallows until smooth, add cereal and stir).


Spray a cookie sheet with cooking spray and press the rice krispy mixture onto the cookie sheet. Make sure you pack it down fairly well and don’t leave any holes.


Let it cool a little while.

Lay the gummy worms about an inch from the edge.


Roll the Rice Krispy treat up until the gummy worms are completely covered. Cut along the side of the “tube” with a sharp knife or pizza cutter. (I use my pizza cutter all the time!)

Shape it with your hands so that it’s not falling apart.

Now wrap the long tube with a fruit roll. I had a hard time finding the small Fruit By The Foot that was green so I had to use sheets of the fruit roll ups. It worked great! (and green was easy to find).


Cut into 1 inch pieces.


Enjoy! Or should I say Tanoshimu!

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Comments

  1. I dont have kids, but I want to make these for myself! They look awesome! Thanks for sharing!

  2. HOW incredibly adorable is this? I’ve never had sushi but I DEFINATELY would try this! I LOVE it! So glad I saw it on making mondays marvelous

  3. SO cute!

  4. This is such a cool idea! So creative and clever! Super fun! I really want to give this a try! TFS. Hope you have a wonderful week! ~ Stephanie Lynn

  5. What a hoot! These are awesome. Your daughter’s class must have loved them. That is amazing that they sang a song in Japanese..wow! I love the pictures of your daughter making things with you. She is so cute. She is going to grow up to be quite the crafter and baker for sure thanks to you:)

  6. Yum! These are so cute! What a fun treat to make with your child!

    Katie P
    Food, Wine, & Mod Podge

  7. Yummy… now this kind of sushi I would eat :o)

  8. Now that’s a clever idea! Well done to you and your lovely assistant. And big congratulations to your little one for doing so well with her language lessons. It’s a great thing to have another language.

  9. That is such a funny but cute idea!

  10. This was perfect for the Japanese party at school. I’m sure all the kids loved it. And it was darn delicious as well as very clever.

  11. I did this for my son’s birthday party. I got the containers from the sushi counter at the grocery store and we put all the candy inside. Then we wrapped the container with a headband with japanese characters and a pair of chopsticks. It was very cute and a huge hit!

  12. i want some 🙂 very creative! thank you for linking up to MMM!!

  13. This is adorable! I’m going to make some for my husband for Father’s Day. He loves sushi but it is so expensive….so hopefully this helps!

  14. What a fun treat for kids to make and eat!! You have so many cute ideas.

  15. Fantatsic idea – Love this! Thanks so much for joining the Sunday Showcase Party! I greatly appreciate it. Hope you are having a wonderful week! ~ Stephanie Lynn

  16. Hi Erin – I’ll be featuring your sushi tomorrow! Stop by and grab a featured button if you like. Thanks again for joining The Sunday Showcase! ~ Stephanie Lynn

  17. That is too cute. We may have to try that sometime.

  18. So stinkin’ cute! 🙂 will have to try it some time!

  19. too freakin’ cute!…

  20. Oh, this looks like SOOOOOO much fun! My kids would LOVE to do this! Thanks!

  21. I love this recipe! I have passed the Beautiful Blogger Award to you! Here’s a link!
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    Happy Day,
    Jasey

  22. I absolutely love this idea! You are a rocking mom! Thanks for bringing your dish over to Tuesday Tastes! The People’s Choice Polls are open so come by and cast your vote when you get a chance!

    Happy Day,
    Jasey @ Crazy Daisy

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  23. Very cute for kiddoes and an awesome food craft for them!
    Thanks for linking up at PonyTails&FishScales!

    terelauritsen.blogspot.com

  24. How creative! Please link up to my party if you can,
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    Amanda

  25. adorable!!

  26. I just announced you as a Tuesday Tastes People’s Choice winner – grab another award button :)!

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  27. These will be perfect for my daughter’s Japanese themed birthday party in a few months time – thanks for the tutorial!

  28. Adorable! Kids always love the candy sushi! I made them for April Fool’s one time.

  29. So cute!!! I wish I were either back in the classroom or had little ones. This looks so fun. How cute for an Asian themed party!

  30. So cute! My step son is in Japan right now, we’ll for sure have these when he returns.

  31. Now these my kids would surely eat. How do you come up with this stuff, I just LOVE IT. Please consider linking up to my weekly party Erin, I would love for my readers to see al that you have to offer. You are awesome!!!

  32. These look so yummy! This would be the kind of sushi that I would definitly enjoy. Is it wrong to be a “stuffy mommy” and still LOVE gummy worms and rice krispie treats?

    Thanks so much for sharing such a yummy idea and for linking up at Shindig Saturday. I hope you’ll stop by again soon and share more great ideas!

  33. I am going to make these for my dd’s 16th bday! Shhh…don’t tell her 🙂
    What a great idea. Thanks for sharing.

  34. Waaaaaaaaaaaay cute & clever!! Love the idea! Thanks for linking up to TGIF Linky Party. I look forward to see what you link up next!!
    Beth =-)

  35. Awesome! Very creative. Thanks for sharing at Crazy Sweet Tuesday!

  36. what a fun and creative snack for the kids. they will think it is real – easy to make too
    great for parties and for Halloween parties . thanks

  37. These are the coolest things ever! I am soooo going to make them for my g-babies.
    Thanks for sharing.