Little kid parties are the best! I love watching for new themes and ideas and unicorn parties and unicorn treats are really popular right now. So, I combined a couple of my favorite recipes to make this easy unicorn food idea.
My favorite easy treat for kids is making rice crispy treats, so I modified my classic recipe by using the Lucky Charms special edition cereal with Unicorns and added Funmallows for more color and flavor and marshmallow creme like my friend did here at Beyer Beware did here.
Easy Unicorn Food Idea
I’ve been watching my family eat multiple batches, so I’m 100% positive that kids love these easy unicorn treats! I don’t know if real unicorn’s actually eat these treats. In full disclosure I’ve never seen a real unicorn, but from what I know about farm animals I’m pretty confident that unicorns would love these!
In the category of things I never thought I would say is, “Pick the unicorn and rainbow marshmallows out of the Lucky Charms to sprinkle on top.” They are a lot more fun sprinkled on top!
We hope you enjoy these easy unicorn treats!
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Easy Unicorn Treats
Unicorn food is so popular right now. I modified my classic rice crispy treat recipe to get a an easy to make cereal bar that is fun food!
- 11.5 ounce box Lucky Charms with Unicorn Marshmallows Sort Unicorns & rainbows to sprinkle on top, if desired
- 5 tablespoons butter
- 3.5 ounces marshmallow creme 1/2 container
- 5 ounces mini marshmallows 1/2 bag
- 5 ounces Funmallows
Melt butter in a large six-quart dutch oven. Once the butter starts to melt, add the marshmallow creme.
Over low heat, stir to combine. When butter and marshmallow creme are combined add 5 ounces of regular mini marshmallows. Stir to combine.
When the marshmallows are nearly melted remove from heat and add the cereal two to three cups at a time.
With just a few cups left, add the Funmallows and then stir in the remaining cereal.
Pour into a 9x13 pan or a larger lasagna pan. Wet hands and smooth out the top or pat down with the butter wrapper. Let cool before cutting and serving.