Moana is my niece’s favorite Disney character, so I made these adorable Moana’s Heart of Te Fiti Oreos and Rice Krispies Treats for her 3rd Birthday Moana Inspired Party. There is so much you can do for a Moana themed party! It’s hard to choose one or two design elements to focus on. There is the sea, the mountains, the flowers, the characters or even the boat. I definitely wanted to include the heart of Te Fiti because it’s so unique to Moana and easy to recognize. I also wanted to include a special flower as the main design for the treats so I chose the plumeria. Check under the Parties category for the Moana Inspired Birthday Party details. You will have so much fun making these Heart of Te Fiti Chocolate covered Oreos and Heart of Te Fiti Rice Krispies Treats. You will be surprised of how easy this DIY is.
To make the Heart of Te Fiti Chocolate covered Oreos you will need:
Melt the chips according to package. Pour one large spoonful into mold cavities. Place Oreos in the middle. Pour another spoonful until cavity is full, but don’t overfill. Tap it a few times to get rid of bubbles and clean all excess. Place in the fridge at least 3 hours (I prefer to leave overnight). When you are ready to take them out of the mold, turn it over onto a tray and the cookies should snap right out with a little push. If they don’t, they are not ready and you should put them more time in the fridge, for at least 1 hour. The cookies should be shiny. Place more melted chocolate inside a small sandwich bag and close it. Cut a small hole in one corner to use as a pastry bag. Swirl candy on the Oreo in an oval shape. Sprinkle sugar crystals right away. Let dry for at least 30 minutes.
To make the Heart of Te Fiti Rice Krispies Treats you will need:
- Rice Krispies Treats Bars
- Gold foil paper straws
- Dark Green candy chips
- Dark Green sugar crystals
- Green fondant
- Swirl Shell Fondant Silicone Mold
Cut each bar in half. Melt the chips according to package. Dip the straw and poke a hole on top of Rice krispy treat. Freeze for about 15 minutes. Quickly dip the rice krispy treat in & out of the candy so it doesn’t break. Let dry standing up for at least 3 hours or overnight. Roll out the green fondant to 1/8th of an inch. Shape into the shell mold. Cut around it with fondant scissors or any cutting tool. You can also try an egg cookie cutter or any oval shape. Let dry for 1 hour. Place melted chocolate inside a small sandwich bag and close it. Cut a small hole in one corner to use as a pastry bag. Swirl candy on the fondant shell or an oval cut out about 1 ½ to 2 inches long. Sprinkle with sugar right away. Let dry for at least 1 hour. Using melted candy as glue adhere to the middle of rice krispy treat. I hope to inspire you and give you the confidence to make these for your Polynesian princess, because they are so easy! Send me your photos or your feedback. Happy decorating and don’t forget to love the cake life!!!