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cooking with kids~ Edible Shopkins

You can do this with any shopkin but kooky cookie is favorite in this house. To make a edible Shopkin you will need~
Rice krispies treats 
gel icing(the tubes you use for writing on cakes)
icing (the kind you use to cover cakes, we used vanilla flavored)
cornstarch (corn flour in the UK) 
food coloring

Step 1 ~ shape some rice krispies into the shape of the shopkin you choose, then let it sit in the fridge as you do step 2. We did the shoes last.(step 5)  
Step 2~ In a bowl mix vanilla icing with cornstarch till you get a soft dough(don't be scared to add more of each if needed), now this is when you add in the food coloring. We used brown and mixed it with white to try to get our cookie color. We also wet our hands and found out the color mixes better when a little water is added. 
Step 3~ Cover the rice krispies with the icing dough.
Step 4~Now it is time to use the gel icing and make the face and dots. 
Step 5~ This is when we did the shoes. So we shaped the rice krispies and covered them in just colored icing so they would stick to the body better. 
Don't forget if you are making this Shopkin to cut out a bitten piece! 
Done~ and in the end it tasted amazing! 
note~ I wouldn't put it back in fridge when done it will become too hard to cut



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