SpongeBob Squarepants treats and a SpongeBob Review!

If you have always dreamed of living in a pineapple under the sea…you will love these easy SpongeBob Rice Krispies Treats!  In honor of the eleventh season of SpongeBob Squarepants on DVD*, we have whipped up some adorable SpongeBob treats you can easily make at home to enjoy while you watch!

Anybody who has been a kid in the last 20 years has been exposed to the infectious laugh of SpongeBob!  His funny and sometimes clueless personality and all the characters who inhabit Bikini Bottom are a fun mix of hilarity and bubbly nonsense.

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What’s not to love?

SpongeBob SquarePants and the unforgettable inhabitants of Bikini Bottom are back for more hilarious hijinks in SpongeBob SquarePants: The Complete Eleventh Season*, arriving on DVD March 31, 2020 from Paramount Home Entertainment and Nickelodeon Home Entertainment.  

Enter DoodleBob’s alternate dimension and take a trip to Bubble Buddy’s hometown.

Help SpongeBob keep Fred’s leg out of harm’s way, move Bubble Bass out of his mom’s basement, and stop SpongeGar from wreaking havoc all over town!

Make new friends, including an imaginary hamster, a sea bunny, the Krusty Krab’s peculiar night crew and Sandy’s nutty nieces.

Plus, take a trip to the moon, solve the curious case of the missing clarinet and hear Gary speak for the very first time ever!

Featuring every hilarious episode from Season 11, plus Plankton’s Color Nullifier, SpongeBob SquarePants: The Complete Eleventh Season 3-DVD set* will be available on March 31st!  

We thoroughly enjoyed this season of SpongeBob.  It was awesome introducing my kids to fun characters that I remember watching when I was young.  Squidward is (and always has been) my favorite character, with his often ill-timed irritation. 

My kids, of course loved Sandy and Gary!  And they are begging me to make them some Krabby Patties!  

 

How to use SpongeBob Rice Krispies

If you love SpongeBob….grab your copy of Season 11 and then let’s make some fun SpongeBob treats to enjoy while you watch it!  

These fun SpongeBob treats are simple to make and would be perfect for a DVD viewing or a birthday party for a SpongeBob loving Tween!  They are easy enough to make with your kids and as yummy as a most tasty Krabby Patty in Bikini Bottom!

 

SpongeBob Rice Krispies Treats Tutorial: STEP by STEP

Ready to learn how to make these fun little SpongeBob inspired treats?  Here is the step by step tutorial to get you ready to go…

Materials:

Step 1:

Prep Rice Krispies Treats.  If you are making them yourself, go ahead and follow the directions on the recipe and then cut to desired size.

If you bought pre-made treats (that’s totally what I did!) you can use them either at full size, or cut them in half and make mini-sized treats.

Step 2:

Lay a Rice Krispies Treat on the Parchment paper and trace with a pen or pencil.  Cut the rectangle out to use as a guide for cutting your fondant.

Using either yellow fondant or white fondant mixed with yellow food coloring, roll your fondant out to 1/4 inch thick. Make sure to leave some white fondant for teeth.

Cut one rectangle per treat using your parchment pattern and set aside to start firming up. 

You will want the rectangles to be mostly hardened before you start decorating. 

Step 3:

Roll out the white fondant to 1/4 thick.  Cut two very small rectangles for each treat and set aside to harden.  These will be SpongeBob’s teeth.

Step 4:

Once yellow fondant rectangles are mostly hardened, flip them over and use the underside, which will be a little softer.  To ensure that the candy pieces stick to the fondant, use a small drop of water per item. 

The water will act like “glue” to help the candy stick to the fondant.  

Add the candy eyes.  Draw the eye lashes and mouth line with the edible marker. 

Then pink confetti sprinkles out of your sprinkle mix (two per treat) and add them to the corner of the mouth lines with a small drop of water each.  

Add the two fondant teeth, also with a small drop of water.  Allow to sit for 5 minutes before moving.

Step 5:

Place the SpongeBob faces on top of the Rice Krispies treats.  The stickiness of the treats should hold the fondant in place, but if you want to add a thin layer of white frosting in between (either for taste or to be extra sure they stick) this is also a great option.

Easy peasy and done!

Easy DIY SpongeBob Treats

Easy DIY SpongeBob Treats

SpongeBob Rice Krispies Treats Tutorial: STEP by STEP

Ready to learn how to make these fun little SpongeBob inspired treats?  Here is the step by step tutorial to get you ready to go...

Prep Time 10 minutes
Additional Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes

Ingredients

  • Rice Krispies Treats (classic recipe or pre-made Rice Krispies Treats)
  • Yellow Fondant or Yellow Gel Food Coloring
  • White Fondant
  • Food Safe Marker
  • Confetti Sprinkles
  • Candy Eyeballs
  • Knife
  • Parchment Paper

Instructions

Step 1:

Prep Rice Krispies Treats.  If you are making them yourself, go ahead and follow the directions on the recipe and then cut to desired size.

If you bought pre-made treats (that's totally what I did!) you can use them either at full size, or cut them in half and make mini-sized treats.

Step 2:

Lay a Rice Krispies Treat on the Parchment paper and trace with a pen or pencil.  Cut the rectangle out to use as a guide for cutting your fondant.

Using either yellow fondant or white fondant mixed with yellow food coloring, roll your fondant out to 1/4 inch thick. Make sure to leave some white fondant for teeth.

Cut one rectangle per treat using your parchment pattern and set aside to start firming up. 

You will want the rectangles to be mostly hardened before you start decorating. 

Step 3:

Roll out the white fondant to 1/4 thick.  Cut two very small rectangles for each treat and set aside to harden.  These will be SpongeBob's teeth.

Step 4:

Once yellow fondant rectangles are mostly hardened, flip them over and use the underside, which will be a little softer.  To ensure that the candy pieces stick to the fondant, use a small drop of water per item. 

The water will act like "glue" to help the candy stick to the fondant.  

Add the candy eyes.  Draw the eye lashes and mouth line with the edible marker. 

Then pink confetti sprinkles out of your sprinkle mix (two per treat) and add them to the corner of the mouth lines with a small drop of water each.  

Add the two fondant teeth, also with a small drop of water.  Allow to sit for 5 minutes before moving.

Step 5:

Place the SpongeBob faces on top of the Rice Krispies treats.  The stickiness of the treats should hold the fondant in place, but if you want to add a thin layer of white frosting in between (either for taste or to be extra sure they stick) this is also a great option.

Easy peasy and done!

Looking for more ideas for a SpongeBob Viewing Party

If you are wanting to plan an amazing SpongeBob viewing party…here are some additional ideas:

 

Coordinating SpongeBob Party Supplies

You can also use some awesome SpongeBob party supplies.  Here are some fantastic options that can easily help you plan and stay budget friendly!

SpongeBob Piñata from Target

SpongeBob Party Supplies from Birthday in a Box

Here are some helpful links for planning a SpongeBob Squarepants party:


 

 

Conclusion for SpongeBob Squarepants Treats:

If you are excited about SpongeBob season 11 on DVD, or even just love the idea of planning a SpongeBob inspired party, these awesome SpongeBob treats are just for you!  Easy to make and super yummy.  These are sure to be a hit with the kids young and old(er)!  Grab your copy of Season 11 of SpongeBob and start baking!

 

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