Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats

by Lisa Douglas

Toy Story fans, come see these ridiculously adorable Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats, just in time for Toy Story 4!

Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats

Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats

You guys, we are the hugest Toy Story fans ever, and we bawled our eyes out when Toy Story 3 came out! (And by “we” I mean, me. I’m “we,” you guys. Even still, I can’t watch it without choking up!) I was NOT expecting a Toy Story 4 movie AT ALL! I mean, were you? It seemed so final at the end of Toy Story 3 and I am just BEYOND EXCITED to get a fourth installment into this series. This calls for treats in the way of these adoorable Toy Story Aliens Rice Krispies Treats!

How to Make Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats

Toy Story Aliens Rice Krispies Treats Recipe

These little green aliens stole our hearts immediately and they are simply adorable to recreate! Using ready made fondant and our tried and true Rice Krispies Treats recipe we use again and again for all our delicious Rice Krispies Treats desserts, here we are again with our Toy Story 4 masterpieces! Perfect for celebrating the movie, having a movie-watching party, birthday parties, and more!

Easy Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats

Easy Aliens Rice Krispies Treats for Toy Story

I think the one thing that keeps us coming back to making these Rice Krispies Treats again and again is the ease in which we can make them into virtually anything. We’ve made Mermaid Rice Krispies Treats, we’ve made Minions Rice Krispies Treats, we’ve made Unicorn Rice Krispies Treats and even Dinosaur Eggs Rice Krispies Treats (which we made to celebrate the Jurassic World movie) with so many more recipes on deck! The fun does not end, especially when your kids get involved and are SO EXCITED to create fun treats like these alongside you!

Aliens Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats Recipe

Aliens Rice Krispies Treats Recipe for Toy Story 4

Go ahead and gather the kiddos for this one! Not only are these easy and fun to make for them, using ready-made fondant is almost like creating a dessert with edible play dough! You know? Fondant is SO MUCH FUN! They get to roll, shape, flatten, cut and more – just like real play dough! And when you’re done creating what you need of your fondant, you get to snack on the leftovers after! It’s so magical!

Fun Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats

Aliens Toy Story Crispy Rice Treats Recipe

For this recipe, I chose to create the green fondant with Kelly green gel food coloring and a White fondant. I could’ve opted for a ready-made green colored fondant, but the Kelly green food coloring matches the aliens’ tone the best, you know? Not to mention, the kids love kneading the coloring into the fondant to mix and get that color going!

Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats Recipe

Tips to Make Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats

  • If you’re making these with your kiddos, you’re going to need to help them when “cutting” the shapes with the cookie cutter. I let them press down the cookie cutter into the prepared treats and then I might use a sharp knife alongside the cookie cutter to help ensure the shape is fully cut before lifting.
  • While the water and food-safe paint brush are necessary to “stick” the elements together, handle them with care as they can tend to get “goopy” when sticking them together.
  • Before biting into the treat, ensure the kids have removed the alien’s antenna first!
Aliens Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats

How to Make Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats

To make these fun Toy Story 4 Alien Rice Krispies Treats, you will need the following ingredients:

You will also need the following tools at the ready:

Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats Instructions

Line a baking sheet with wax paper or use a silicone baking mat and set it aside. In a medium saucepan, melt butter over medium heat. Add your marshmallows to the pan.

Marshmallow Melting for Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats

Stir until the mini marshmallows are melted. Add green food coloring and stir until marshmallow mixture is completely tinted thoroughly. Remove from heat and add Rice Krispies cereal. Fold in the rice cereal with a wooden spoon until all ingredients are well-coated and well-combined.

Mix Cereal for Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats

Pour rice cereal mixture onto lined baking sheet. Press down with fingers (it’ll be less sticky if you wet your fingers!) and flatten it out so that it’s a rectangle, about 7 in x 5 in in size.

Flatten Rice Krispies Mix for Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats

Using your shaped cookie cutter, cut out 6-8 football shapes. With anything left, go ahead and re-mold it, flatten it out, and cut more shapes again. Alternatively, you can use the cookie cutter as a mold and press rice cereal treats into the cutter itself. Your choice on what works for you! 🙂

Cut Out Shapes for Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats

Insert a toothpick at the top center of each football-shaped treat, with about ½ an inch of it exposed.

Insert Toothpick into Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats

Take about two ounces of your white fondant and set aside. Color the rest of the fondant with the kelly green food coloring and knead until completely tinted. Roll out your green fondant so that it’s about ¼ of an inch thick. Using the same cookie cutter, cut out 6-8 fondant football shapes (or as many shapes as you made of the treats), pressing one onto each cereal treat.

Create Football Fondant Shapes for Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats

To assemble one alien: start with the ears. Roll two ½ inch spheres out of your green fondant. Flatten them out and point one end on each. Brush water lightly on the back and place gently on either side of your alien’s head. (With the fondant being wet, it can become sticky or more malleable – handle with care.)

Add Fondant to Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats

Take a small piece of green fondant and flatten it out to wrap around the exposed toothpick on the top of the alien’s head. Roll a small sphere to place on the top of the toothpick at the end.

Shape Ears for Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats

Roll out 3 small white fondant circles, about ¼ of an inch in size each. Brush water on the back of each one to assemble on alien’s face. Roll out 3 small black fondant circles and brush water on the back to put on the center of the white circles.

Add Eyes to Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats

Take a small piece of black fondant and form a line to create the alien’s smile.

Create Faces for Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats

Add the small spheres to the top of the toothpick to finish, and repeat for all of your alien Rice Krispies treats. Serve and enjoy!

Adorable Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats

What do you think of these adorable aliens for Toy Story 4? Aren’t they the cutest? Check out my other Toy Story posts, including my Toy Story 4 Coloring Pages and Activity Sheets!

Easy Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats Recipe
Aliens Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats Recipe

Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats

Toy Story fans, come check out these ridiculously adorable Toy Story Rice Krispies Treats, just in time for Toy Story 4!
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Servings: 8 servings

Ingredients

For the cereal treats:

For the décor:

Instructions

  • Line a baking sheet with wax paper or a silicone baking mat and set aside for now.
  • In a saucepan, melt butter over medium heat. Add your marshmallows to the pan.
  • Stir until marshmallows are fully melted. Add green food coloring and stir until marshmallow mixture is completely tinted through.
  • Remove from heat and add Rice Krispies cereal. Fold in the cereal until all ingredients are well-coated and well-combined.
  • Pour rice cereal mixture onto your lined baking sheet. Press down with fingers (it’ll be less sticky if you wet your fingers with water or cooking spray) and flatten it out so that it’s a rectangle, about 7 in x 5 in in size.
  • Using your football shaped cookie cutter, cut out 6-8 football shapes. Alternatively, you can use the cookie cutter as a mold and press rice cereal treats into the cutter itself. There will be excess, you can reform, flatten, and cut out more shapes if you wish!
  • Insert a toothpick at the top center of each football-shaped treat with about ½ an inch of it left exposed.
  • Take about 2 oz. of your white fondant and set it aside. Color the rest of the white fondant with your green food coloring and knead until completely tinted.
  • Roll out your green fondant so that it’s about ¼ of an inch thick. Using the same cookie football shaped cookie cutter, cut out 6-8 fondant football shapes. Press one onto each cereal treat. If you need more, reroll out your fondant and cut again.
  • To assemble one alien, start with the ears. Roll 2 ½ inch spheres out of your green fondant. Flatten them out and point one end on each. Brush water on the back and place on either side of your alien’s head.
  • Take a small piece of green fondant and flatten it out to wrap around the exposed toothpick on the top of the alien’s head.
  • Roll a small sphere to place on the top of the toothpick.
  • Roll out 3 small white fondant circles, about ¼ of an inch in size each. Brush water on the back of each one to assemble on alien’s face.
  • Roll out 3 small black fondant circles and brush water on the back to put on the center of the white circles.
  • Take a small piece of black fondant and form a line to create the alien’s smile.
  • Add the small sphere to the top of the toothpick.
  • Repeat those steps for all of your treats. Serve and enjoy!
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