Wednesday, March 15, 2017

DIY Lucky Charms Sushi

Top o' the mornin' to ya!  You didn't think that I would let St. Patrick's Day slide by without a good ol' Lucky Charms DIY, did ya now?  I have to admit that this sushi didn't turn out exactly how I had envisioned it, but it's cute enough to eat, nonetheless! 
   
Lucky Charms Sushi for a St. Patrick's Day Treat!

Every year my kids look forward to a bowl of Lucky Charms on St. Patty's Day!  It's our favorite March 17 tradition.  These Lucky Charm Kabobs are probably still one of my all-time favorite posts on this little blog, and you have to check out the Lucky Charm Pinatas as well.  This year...it's SUSHI!  Lucky Charms sushi!  Actually, I realize they look like Lucky Charm patties, but sushi sounds cool, and a lot more appetizing!       

Lucky Charms Sushi for a St. Patrick's Day treat!

I have seen a ton of cool candy and cereal sushi ideas this year, and decided to make a St. Patrick's Day version for my kids.  They LOVED it!  

Lucky Charms Sushi for a St. Patrick's Day treat!

So, if you want to make some of your own...

WHAT YOU NEED


  • Lucky Charms Treats (see recipe here)
  • Extra Lucky Charms marshmallows
  • Icing
  • Wax paper
  • Butter
  • Knife
  • Strawberry milk + tiny bowl
  • Chopsticks (optional)
  • Sanding sugar (I used peach)

HOW TO

Step 1


Rub butter all over both hands, and flatten a ball of Lucky Charms Treats on a piece of wax paper.  

Step 2


With freshly buttered hands, roll the piece into a log, and flatten the ends.

Step 3  


Pour a pile of sanding sugar on your piece of wax paper, and spread it out. Roll your Lucky Charms "log" through the sanding sugar, until it is completely covered.

Step 4


Using a knife, cut the log into slices, making each slice about one inch wide.  


Step 5


Once you are done slicing your "sushi" pieces, spread a small circle of frosting on the top of each piece.  

Step 6


Add a couple of Lucky Charms marshmallows to the top of each piece, and you're almost done!

Step 7

Now you will need to pour strawberry milk in a small bowl, to be used as dipping sauce.  

Lucky Charms Sushi for a St. Patrick's Day treat!


Enjoy!  Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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