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Trolls Movie Food Princess Poppy Popcorn Box

Trolls Movie mini rice krispie treats are pink, sweet, and adorable just like Princess Poppy! Get ready for extra hug time when you make these delicious Trolls Movie food snacks in a darling Princess Poppy popcorn box!

Are you ready to sing and dance and hug and sing and dance hug and then sing and dance and hug some more?! Princess Poppy is the happiest of the happy trolls and she loves everything about everyone and is positive all the time. I am super excited to bring you my Dreamworks Trolls Movie food rice krispie snacks and Princess Poppy Popcorn Box tutorial today!

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Trolls Movie Food Idea

When we left the theater after seeing “Trolls” I remember grinning from ear to ear, tapping along with the music, and feeling like I just had to see it again. It was adorable! Poppy was (and still is) my favorite for so many reasons. She’s happy all the time, she sings, she dances, she sees the best in everything and everyone. She also has a secret scrapbook and glitter compartment in her dress that she carries with her at all times which I think is very impressive.

Trolls Movie Song “Can’t Stop the Feeling” 

Can we talk for just a second about “the song”. You know the one right? Justin Timberlake’s new song? “Can’t Stop the Feeling?” One of my absolute favorite songs. It’s also our family jam. When that song comes on we, as a family, start singing and dancing, and have our own little dance party. I’m listening to JT singing about sunshine in his pocket and good soul in his feet…I feel you JT…I feel you.

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Princess Poppy Popcorn Box

Before I get into how to make the pink Princess Poppy rice krispie treats, let’s talk about this Princess Poppy popcorn box.  When you are done you can fill it with any kind of Trolls Movie food, cotton candy, or other fun party favors. For this tutorial you will need: 

How to Make a Princess Poppy Popcorn Box

  1. Flatten the popcorn box and trace around it on a sheet of pink felt. Do this two times. Cut pieces out.
  2. Open the box and hot glue the pink pieces to the outside of the popcorn box
  3. Trim a piece of pink fur to look like Poppy’s hair, approximately 5″ tall
  4. Cut two Princess Poppy ears out of pink felt (free hand like elf ears), about 3″ long
  5. Now make the eyes by cutting (2) black felt ovals, (2) white felt ovals, (2) pink circles, and (2) black circles
  6. Cut (3) tri-petal flowers out of turquoise felt and (3) tri leaves out of green felt
  7. Cut a strip of green felt for the headband

Assembling the Popcorn Box

Glue pink fur on the front of the box. Push a bit of the fur towards the bottom down a little so they look like bangs. Next, glue headband, flowers, and leaves on the fur. 

You can free hand the eyes or find a picture of Poppy online and use it as a guide. Once you have glued the eyes on the box, make eyelashes using your puffy fabric paint. Don’t forget the little white glimmer in her eye using puffy white fabric paint.

Finally, glue Poppy’s ears on the side of the box kind of towards the front. I recommend folding the edge you are gluing to the box just a bit. You can see how an example below.

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Trolls Movie Food Mini Pink Perfect Rice Krispie Treats

I call these mini pink rice krispie treat balls Poppy’s Pink Positivity Puffs.  What you need to make these rice crispy treats:

If your kids are like mine and they don’t like RKT, you can easily make Trolls popcorn using my pink popcorn recipe, flower sprinkles, and edible glitter instead. Trolls Movie popcorn served in this Princess Poppy popcorn box would be adorable!

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These are really simple to make and something the kids can do with you. First, melt room temperature butter over medium heat. Slowly add marshmallows and stir constantly. (Throw in a few extra marshmallows in you like!)

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Next, remove from heat and add salt, vanilla extract, and food coloring. Just a few drops will do. Then, add rice crisp cereal to melted marshmallow mixture and mix well. Now add sprinkles.

Finally, roll mixture into inch sized rice krispie treat balls and place on wax paper. You can spray your hands with cooking spray to prevent the mixture sticking to your hands.

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DJ Suki decided to take one for a spin…

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Poppy is just so happy!

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Trolls Movie Food Mini Rice Krispie Treats Recipe

Trolls Movie Princess Poppy Pink Rice Krispie Treats

Trolls Movie Princess Poppy Pink Rice Krispie Treats

Yield: 3 dozen
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Additional Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes

Trolls Movie mini rice krispie treats are pink, sweet, and adorable just like Princess Poppy! Get ready for extra hug time when you make these delicious Trolls Movie food snacks in a darling Princess Poppy popcorn box!

Ingredients

  • 5 cups rice crisp cereal
  • 5 tablespoons butter
  • 40 regular marshmallows, or 4 cups mini marshmallows
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • Pink food coloring
  • Mini flower sprinkles
  • Pink sprinkles

Instructions

  1. Melt butter over low heat in a large saucepan. Slowly add marshmallows stir constantly until completely melted.
  2. Remove from heat and add salt, vanilla extract, and food coloring. You only need a few small drops of food coloring so don't overdo it.
  3. Add rice crisp cereal and stir well until cereal is completely coated in marshmallow mix. Add sprinkles.
  4. Line a cookie sheet with wax paper.
  5. Make small, about one inch sized, balls of rice crisp treats and set on wax paper to cool and harden a bit.
  6. Rice crisp treats are best if served the same day but can be stored. Store in an airtight container.
Nutrition Information
Yield 36 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 94Total Fat 2gSaturated Fat 1gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 1gCholesterol 4mgSodium 48mgCarbohydrates 18gFiber 0gSugar 8gProtein 1g
So now that you have seen what I did with my popcorn box I would love it if you checked out what all of my friends did with theirs because we all did something different! 

Thank you for checking out my Trolls Movie Food & Princess Poppy Popcorn Box post idea!

Originally published October 16, 2016

Updated April 8, 2020

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Missy Gee

Tuesday 21st of March 2017

I know it's been a while since this post but I'm really wondering what the colorful shiny backdrop is and where you got it from? Is it fabric? I'm looking for something just like that to use as a back drop!

Kylie

Tuesday 21st of March 2017

Hi! Thank you for reading my post! I got that fabric at Joann's. I'm pretty sure it was where they sell spandex. Take a coupon because if I remember correctly it's a little pricey. Good luck!

Katie MacCallum Nichols

Wednesday 1st of February 2017

What did you use for the eyelashes on your adorable popcorn box?

Kylie Jenkins

Thursday 2nd of February 2017

Hi Tara! Thank you so much for checking out my post! The lashes are made with fabric paint :)

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