Rice Krispy Goblins

Rice Krispy Goblin - Cloth Diaper AddictsRice Krispy Treats is my favorite snack food in the world.  Okay, maybe not 100%, but it’s something that I can eat bucket loads of.  I have never gotten tired of them.  What makes them even more fun is you can actually do stuff with the pile of cereal and marshmallow goo.  This time around, we did Rice Krispy Goblins.

Making Rice Krispy Goblins is a pretty simple thing… and someone who is more artistic than I could make something pretty fierce and amazing.

Rice Krispy Goblins:

1/4 cup of butter

40 large marshmallows or 5 cups of mini marshmallows

6 cups of cereal

As per usual, melt butter, add marshmallows, and stir until marshmallows are smooth and creamy.  Add in some green icing dye or food color (I prefer icing dye, hands down) and mix until you have a bit darker than the desired color.  Stir in cereal.  Dump on the counter to make shapes.

I’ve found (through sheer accident; I had to wait a bit for Norton to finish washing his hands) that the shapes set better when it’s had a little to start to settle.  It also sticks less to your hands.  (Usually, I end up having to spray my hands with copious amounts of Pam as I make the shapes.  The Rice Krispy pumpkins were especially sticky.)  On the downside, though, the finished product tastes a little less gooey, too.  Or maybe it’s because I used large marshamallows… and I should have used more to get the same results of 5 cups of mini marshmallows.

Once the balls are rolled, I dipped the top of my Rice Krispy Goblins in chocolate frosting and then rolled the top in toffee chips.  I used mini M&Ms, also dipped in chocolate frosting, to give my Rice Krispy Goblins eyes and a mouth.  Candy corn would have been another awesome alternative… but I didn’t have any, so I used what I had.

And Norton and Eudora really seemed to enjoy it.

What’s your favorite Rice Krispy food art?




About Suzi

Suzi is an American ex-pat living in British Columbia. She's a cloth diaper addict, wife, mom of three, and President of the Prince George chapter of Cloth for a Cause.


  1. Yum and fun! I think we’ll be making these.
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  2. One of my favorite treats! I havent made any in a long time and theyre so easy too.
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  3. Those are so cute!
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  4. These are awesome! Like Mini Shreks!

    • OMG, you’re completely right! I didn’t even think of that. 🙂 Maybe I should try to sculpt a Donkey out of cocoa krispies…

  5. What a fun and cute Halloween snack! My daughter and I recently made Halloween sugar cookies to take to the Halloween party at my work.
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  6. These are so cute, thank you for sharing.
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  7. Linked up! Thanks!
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  8. What an awesome idea for a Halloween treat! And super easy too! Thanks for the linky!
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  9. Oh my! That’s exactly what I get for trying to hold my two-month-old and enter my post on the linky. Could you delete mine please? It’s #32.

    We love Rice Krispy Treats here! I never thought to try to make them into anything. Your design is super cute and something that I want to try with my little girl when the day comes.

    Happy Halloween!
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