Candy Sushi

March 18, 2009 | By | Comments (2)

Candy_sushiI’m no sushimi master and I still haven’t tried making the
real deal, but rolling candy sushi is a great start! These bit-sized enjoyments are fun for kids
like myself to make and gobble down by the handful. Beware of the high volume sugar rush. A box
of roll-ups, gummy worms or Swedish Fish, Rice Krispies, marshmallows, and butter
is all you need to make 32 rolls.

While I was rolling a batch for a
work related project last night I couldn’t help but imagining ways to
incorporate these sweet sushi bites into party ideas. This partially originated from an invitation
I received last week to attend a ladybug themed birthday party for a precious
2-year old, Megan. So it made me think, wouldn’t these sweet sushi bites be fantastic incorporated
into a Japanese themed Birthday party? Cute kimonos, beautiful paper lanterns, and creative origami art. I’ve decided that candy
can be fun for everyone and the possibilities are endless in how you can incorporate these colorful treats. Enjoy!

What are some fun foods you’ve made or seen? 


  1. Kim

    Fun! I’m blogging about Japanese food, but I never seen this. Very creative.

    March 20, 2009 at 9:18 am
  2. Penny

    What a neat idea to do as an enrichment for a classroom study of Japan.

    March 21, 2009 at 10:18 am

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