Ground Beast Rice-Krispie Treats are fun and easy to make, and they make a fantastic “expired dinosaur meat do not eat!” Halloween prank for kids or adults, be it for a birthday party or a Dino-themed bash. Video tutorial and a PDF recipe included.
Raise your hand if you are a rice Krispie treats fan. Although low in nutritional value, they are fun “treats” for Halloween or Christmas. There is something so scrumptious about these chewy, gooey marshmallow treats. Besides, these bloody “raw meat” Rice-Krispie Treats as a Halloween Prank will surely trick kids and adults alike! Most importantly, this “ground bloody beast meat” is so easy to make! Just mix a few ingredients in a pan, and ta-da! – yummy and gross [at the same time] Ground Beast Rice-Krispie Treats!
Halloween Prank |Rice-Krispie Treats
Download the recipe PDF below.
- 8 cups of rice Krispie cereal or brown rice crisps
- 1 stick of butter (I prefer salted as it will balance the sweetness from marshmallows)
- 1 bag of marshmallows
- food coloring (to dye red, looking like blood)
- a splash of vanilla (optional)
Directions to make Rice-Krispie Treats
- Melt the butter and marshmallows in a saucepan at low heat.
- Once melted, add red food coloring and mix well.
- Add in crispy rice cereal and a splash of vanilla (optional).
- Make patties.
- Allow the mixture to cool before serving or packing.
- Print on 8.5 x 11″ letter-size paper in portrait.
- Choose whether you want to print a single label (page 4) or multiple labels (page 3).
- For page 3, print “as is” (2 labels) or select 2, 4, or 6 “copies per page” to print smaller labels, 4, 8, and 12, respectively.
- Finally, make sure to select “fit to printable area.”
Rice-Krispie Treats Halloween Prank Instructions
Once you have made the ground meat rice Krispie treats, serve them either in disposable palm leaf plates or I also used these containers. You can also try getting some styrofoam plates at a kitchen supply store.
Make sure to cover them with plastic food wrap.
Finally, decide how to “serve” your expired dino meat. Enjoy!
Birthday Goody-Bag Halloween Prank
By the way, I made these ground beast treats for Adrian’s birthday, which is in October, right before Halloween, and the prank totally worked! It looked like real ground meat, and none of the kids were keen on eating it [Lol] until we told them it was dyed rice Krispie. Yep, it looks like bloody meat but tastes chewy and sweet!
Have you tried making Ground Beast Rice-Krispie Treats? It can be such a cool Halloween prank! Leave a comment if you did.
[Also, we made Reindeer Rice Krispie Cake last December – Check my Instagram Recipe Highlight.]