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Sweet Little Alien Krispie Treats – Unidentified and Fabulous – and ‘O‘ so perfect for Hallowe’en

Image shows pastel coloured fun food rice krispie aliens or rice krispie monsters sat in a big orange pumpkin container filled with popcorn, which is spilling out.  Image by Sara-Jayne from Keep Up With The Jones Family.

Hey, friends! Hallowe’en is probably one of the best times in the year to make fun food – but I won’t lie, some of it turns my stomach sometimes. I have a thing about zombies [I hate them]. Anything that resembles rotting flesh or torn limbs and I’m out. I’m all about the pumpkins, rats, cats, bats and spiders, ghosts, monsters, and aliens – and even though I’m a huge fan of the orange and black colour scheme, I think sometimes there’s room for a little bit of pretty too, when it comes to celebrating and Hallowe’en parties.

Image shows three Sweet little alien krispie treats stood on a pink circular cake stand. Image by Sara-Jayne for Keep Up With The Jones Family.

What You’ll Need to Make Your Alien Krispie Treats

Today I’ve been making these sweet little alien Krispie treats. I love using Rice Krispie treats because they’re so versatile and you can make nearly anything from them. So, to make your party table a little bit pretty this holiday season, here’s how to make your own little aliens – or monsters – it’s up to you what you think they’re best suited as.

Image shows the ingredients needed to make rice krispie pastel aliens and rice krispie monsters. Image by Sara-Jayne from Keep Up With The Jones Family
  • Rice Krispie Squares – I buy mine when they’re on sale for £1 in a pack of 4
  • Candy Eyes – Various sizes. I have three different sizes of Wilton eyes, or you can make your own edible eyes.
  • Candy Melts – I used PME Bright White ones.
  • Oil Based Food Colourings – I used Colour Mill because the colours are always bright and easy to mix.

We used Mermaid Popcorn to go with the Aliens – you can find how to make that here!

Image shows a pink cake plate with a variety of candy dipped pastel coloured alien rice krispie monsters. Image by Sara-Jayne for Keep Up With The Jones Family.

How to make the best Rice Krispie Aliens

There’s very little equipment needed, which means less washing up! Hooray.

  • Knife
  • Microwavable Bowl
  • Spoon
  • Greaseproof Baking Paper
  • Tray
Image shows pastel coloured fun food rice krispie aliens or rice krispie monsters sat in a big orange pumpkin container filled with popcorn, which is spilling out.  Image by Sara-Jayne from Keep Up With The Jones Family.

Easy Rice Krispie Treats for Hallowe’en Parties

They’re really easy to make and it’s fun for the kids to join in too.

  • Unwrap Rice Krispie Bars and Cut into halves.
  • Split candy melts into three portions.
  • Microwave each portion according to instructions and add a couple of drops of colouring to each, stirring and adding more until you get the colour you want.
  • Dip each Rice Krispie Square into the mixture and move around until you’re happy they’re half coated.
  • Lay on Greaseproof Baking Paper lined tray
  • Add Eyes
  • Leave to set
  • Serve

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Image shows pastel coloured fun food rice krispie aliens or rice krispie monsters sat in a big orange pumpkin container filled with popcorn, which is spilling out.  Image by Sara-Jayne from Keep Up With The Jones Family.
Image shows pastel coloured fun food rice krispie aliens or rice krispie monsters sat in a big orange pumpkin container filled with popcorn, which is spilling out. Image by Sara-Jayne from Keep Up With The Jones Family.

Sweet Little Alien Krispie Treats

Sweet Little Alien Krispie Treats – Unidentified and Fabulous – and ‘O’ so perfect for Hallowe’en
Print Recipe
Prep Time:20 mins
Cook Time:10 mins
Total Time:30 mins

Equipment

  • Microwavable bowl
  • Greaseproof Baking Paper
  • Spoon
  • Tray
  • Knife

Ingredients

  • 4 bars Rice Krispie Squares – I buy mine when they’re on sale for £1 in a pack of 4
  • 1 handful Candy Eyes – Various sizes. I have three different sizes of Wilton eyes or you can make your own edible eyes.
  • 1 bag Candy Melts – I used PME Bright White ones
  • Various Oil Based Food Colourings – I used Colour Mill

Instructions

  • Unwrap Rice Krispie Bars and Cut into halves.
  • Split candy melts into three portions.
  • Microwave each portion according to instructions and add a couple of drops of colouring to each, stirring and adding more until you get the colour you want.
  • Dip each Rice Krispie Square into the mixture and move around half coated.
  • Lay on Greaseproof Baking Paper lined tray
  • Add Eyes
  • Leave to set
  • Serve
Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: American, British
Keyword: Alien Themed food, Hallowe’en Fun Food, hallowe’en snack, Marshmallows, Monster themed food, Rice Krispie Treats
Servings: 6
Author: Sara-Jayne Jones
Cost: £6

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