Create this Christmas candy sushi recipe for the holidays. Kids of all ages will love this fun food!
I love sushi! I love all kinds of sushi! There is not a sushi that I have tried, that I did not like.
I do not eat it very often because it is expensive and I have never been able to master making it.
Not everyone is a fan of sushi, but I have created some that I think most people will enjoy.
Christmas Candy Sushi Recipe at bottom of the post
It is a sweet sushi made out of candy. It is not hard to make.
I first saw sushi made out of candy and sweets several years ago at a birthday party that my daughter attended. The mother of the birthday girl did a fantastic job of creating all sorts of dessert sushi recipes using gummy worms, swedish fish, and fruit roll ups.
I remember being so mesmerized by it and decided that I needed to make some myself someday.
I want to to make sushi that looked different from the treats I saw at the birthday party. When I saw soft candies in the store with a Christmas tree center, I knew that I needed to make Christmas sushi.
Rice Krispie Treat Sushi
This recipe requires you to make something rice krispie treats. This puffed rice cereal represents the rice that is used in rice krispie sushi.
Used a rolling pin to make the marshmallow rice cereal treats into a thin sheet.
I used rolls of fruit candy for the outside of my sushi. You can use any kind of fruit brother that you want.
Candy Sushi Rolls
Aren’t these little pieces of sushi adorable? They would be perfect to serve at a holiday party or as a holiday treat at school or other gatherings.
I could also see them being used as a decoration on a gingerbread house.
Have you ever made candy sushi?
- Puffed Rice cereal
- Mini Marshmallows
- Fruit Roll-ups or Fruit by the Foot
- Christmas Tree Candies
Melt the marshmallows and butter together.
Stir in the rice cereal.
Roll the rice krispie treats into a thin sheet.
Unroll the fruit by the foot and lay on top of the rice krispie treats.
Cut the rice krispie treats the width of the fruit roll up.
Flip that over, so that the rice krispie are on top of the fruit roll-up.
Open the Christmas tree candy inside of the rice krispie treat, keeping the fruit roll-up on the outside.