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Make This Sweet Treat And Become A Master Sushi Chef

Nothing fishy about this sushi snack!

Camp Crafts · 2 months ago

  • art
  • cooking

Roll on up to one of the coolest crafts to come outta your kitchen! This candy sushi is a creative, sweet snack that’s as fun to make as it is to eat. Grab an empty takeout container, and you’ll be surprised how much they resemble the real thing!

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What You’ll Need:

  • Plastic gloves

  • 8 Rice Krispies treats in precut sizes (four 2x1-inch, two 3x1-inch, and two 1x1-inch)

  • 2 Fruit by the Foot rolls

  • Red and black raspberries

  • 3 Swedish Fish

  • 4 Gummy Worms

  • Starburst

  • Sushi box

  • Scissors

  • Wax paper

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Step 1: Mold and soften the edges of a rectangular Rice Krispie treat.

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Step 2: Stretch and mold the Starburst to fit onto the treat.

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Step 3: Using scissors, press shallow horizontal lines into the Starburst.

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Step 1: Place Swedish Fish on top of your Rice Krispie treats.

Step 1: Place Swedish Fish on top of your Rice Krispie treats.

Step 2: Cut three equal-sized pieces of Fruit by the Foot.

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Step 3: Wrap one around the middle of each of your redfish sushi.

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Step 1: Take Rice Krispie squares and round the edges to make cylinders.

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Step 2: Wrap each cylinder with Fruit by the Foot.

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Step 3: Garnish with the red and black raspberries.

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Step 1: Flatten two Rice Krispies treats.

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Take two Rice Krispie rectangles and flatten them with the palm of your hand to make long thin sheets roughly the length of the sushi tray.

Step 2: Place Fruit by the Foot underneath.

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Cut the edges of the Rice Krispie treat to be the same width.

Step 3: Place two Gummy Worms at one edge of the Rice Krispie treat and roll it up.

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Step 4: Cut the rolled sushi, so it has clean edges.

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