If you can’t quite wrap your brain around eating raw fish and seaweed, approach the sushi craze with some sweetness. Instead of seaweed, rice, avocado and raw tuna, this sushi involves some childhood favorites: Rice Krispies, Fruit Roll-Ups, Twizzlers and gummy worms. Great for parties, a creative way to spend a Saturday afternoon or for pretending you’re a Nobu champ, this recipe is worth ruining your appetite for dinner.
Total time: 30 minutes
3 tablespoons butter or margarine
1 package (10 oz.) marshmallows
6 cups Rice Krispies cereal
Twizzlers, gummy worms, Fruit Roll-Ups and Swedish Fish
1. Melt butter and marshmallows in a bowl in the microwave for 3 minutes (cooking times may vary). Stir until smooth.
2. Add Rice Krispies to bowl and mix until combined.
3. Press mixture into shallow baking pan to create thin layer of Krispies.
4. Cool mixture until set but still pliable.
5. Cut into slabs long and wide enough for sushi rolls.
1. Lay a Twizzler and a gummy worm on a slab of Rice Krispies.
2. Roll Rice Krispies tightly around candy without overlapping the roll. Trim excess with a knife.
3. Wrap a Fruit Roll-Up around the roll and squeeze so it adheres to the Krispies.
4. Cut rolls into pieces with a very sharp knife.
1. Cut a 1×1 inch slab of Rice Krispies.
2. Place a Swedish Fish on top.
3. Secure Swedish Fish by tying a thin strip of Fruit Roll-Up around the center.