Monday, July 7, 2014

Rice Krispie Dinosaur Bones!

Once again I was distracted...this time at Michaels. I went in for something red, white and blue and came out with dinosaur bone molds.  In my defense, as soon as I walked in the front door, there they were, just waiting for me, oh and did I mention they were 50% off? 
It Was Dino-Mite!

Plus it was a learning lesson, I had no idea how to assemble the bones once I had the rice Krispie treats made.  I won't even tell you how I thought to assemble them.  After arranging them several ways, I realized they probably don't have little feet coming out of the tail and finally got it right!
So simple you can make these for your little paleontologist or for an
"Old As A Dinosaur" Birthday.
Here's how~
Grab that little bag of dino bones.
Try and figure out how to piece the puzzle together.
Wash and spray the inside of each mold with Pam.
 Mix your Rice Krispie Treat - I've got the easiest recipe below~
Press the RKT firmly in each mold.
Remove from mold and get ready for excavation.
I just loved the detail, look at those ribs!
And the recipe couldn't be easier~
Rice Krispie Treats

by The Partiologist


Ingredients
  • 10 oz. package regular marshmallows
  • 6 tablespoons butter
  • 12 oz. Rice Krispies
Instructions
Pour 12 oz. box Rice Krispies into bowl sprayed with Pam.
Melt marshmallows and butter together until combined and completely melted.
Pour over Rice Krispies, mix until coated.
Press into 9 x 13 pan sprayed with Pam or other mold.
Slightly wet your hands with cold water and press into pan.
 
Seriously, now I'm wanting to have a Dino Themed Party!
 
Can You Dig It?
 


18 comments:

  1. What a cool edible craft to do for a kid who is totally into dinosaurs. It would be fun to bring this treat into school for a party or even as a snack for a field trip to a museum. Fun!

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    1. I agree, any kid into dinosaurs would be thrilled with this, right? Thanks Beth!

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  2. Really cute! You learn something new...

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    1. Thanks so much...and I do have A LOT to learn!

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  3. Cherie in Green BayJuly 7, 2014 at 8:28 AM

    What a great topper for a dino-themed birthday for some lucky little boy or girl....Wonder if my Michael's has them????

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    1. Oh I hope so, you better hurry. Thanks for the comment!

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  4. This is amazing!! I LOVE everything about this. Any kid who gets this for a treat is one lucky kiddo! Pinning now!

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    1. Well, I think this would be the perfect for you and your sweet little grand son! :)

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  5. What a fantastic idea!! My boys would absolutely go nuts over it. And it's a good thing I don't live near a Michael's... we'd be slam broke!

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    1. It is pretty dangerous living so close to three craft stores! Thanks so much for stopping by!

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  6. Fabulous...fun and fabulous! Just t showed my grand-daughter and she thinks this is "so awesome"

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    1. Thank you Paula, I just love when the kiddo's like my creations!

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  7. I could never pass on dino molds at 50% off, but I definitely would have had my kids help me figure out how to fit them all together! They turned out really great, I think the RKT are perfect for it!

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    1. I couldn't find any kids to help, so I had to figure it out with the help of Google! :)

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  8. What a super fun and educational idea! Thank you so much for linking up at the Party in Your PJs Link party, we hope to see you again at these weeks party, it starts at 7pm CDT tonight!

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    1. I'm so happy I remembered to link up, looks like I better get ready to link up again!

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  9. Oh my goodness! What a great and cute idea! I know so many little boys that would LOVE this! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. I was thinking about those little boys when I made these!!

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