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Smurfs Muddy Buddies Recipe Plus Giveaway #SmurfsMovie #RWM #ad

3/19/17
This is a sponsored post on behalf of Review Wire Media for Sony Pictures. I received information to facilitate my review as well as a promotional item to thank me for my participation.


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Are you a Smurfs fan?  I grew up watching Smurfs back in the 1980's, when we only had basic cable and no DVR to record episodes in case you missed them.  Every Saturday morning, I got up early to watch cartoons and get my weekly Smurf fix.  I love that they have rebooted one of my favorite cartoons to share with my kids!  

Smurfs: The Lost Village will be arriving in theaters April 7th, and it's sure to be another smurftastic adventure!  Read on to learn more about the film, how to make your own Smurf Muddy Buddies snack for family movie night, and enter to win some smurftastic swag below.

About the Movie

In this fully animated, all-new take on the Smurfs, a mysterious map sets Smurfette  and her best friends Brainy, Clumsy, and Hefty on an exciting and thrilling race through the Forbidden Forest filled with magical creatures to find a mysterious lost village before the evil wizard Gargamel does. Embarking on a rollercoaster journey full of action and danger, the Smurfs are on a course that leads to the discovery of the biggest secret in Smurf history!






Make your Own Smurf Muddy Buddies

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Ingredients:

4 1/2 Cups Rice Chex cereal
2-3 Bags of Wilton Royal Blue Candy Melts
1/4 Cup Peanut Butter *
1/4 Butter or Margarine
1 TSP Vanilla
1 1/2 cups powdered sugar
1 shaker of Wilton blue glitter Sprinkles
1 large bag of dark blue Sixlets

Supplies:

Mixing Bowls (microwavable)
2 Gal Ziplock Bag
Baking tray
wax paper
red and white polka dot Cupcake baking cups
Easter grass
Decorative basket


Instructions:

1.  Measure cereal into a large mixing bowl and set aside.


2.  Pour the powdered sugar and sprinkles into the 2 gallon Ziplock bag and set aside.  

3. Cover a large baking tray with waxed paper and set aside.  

4.  In a microwaveable bowl, add butter and Wilton candy melts. Microwave uncovered on high for 1 minute.  Stir.  Then microwave in 30 second increments and stir until smooth.  (Melting it over the stovetop might work better; I tried to save time by microwaving.)


Stir in vanilla.

*We omitted the peanut butter in this recipe due to my daughter's peanut allergy.  To make this recipe more allergy friendly, you can substitute the peanut butter with Wow butter or Sun butter, use peanut-safe white chocolate chips to dye dark blue, and allergy friendly sprinkles.  I couldn't find peanut allergy safe candy melts locally and needed a something quick & easy so I chose Wilton.


5.  Pour the blue mixture over the cereal and stir evenly to fully coat the cereal.  



6.  Pour the cereal into the 2 gallon Ziplock bag and seal.  Shake until the cereal is completely coated.



7.  Unseal the ziplock bag and pour the cereal onto the wax paper-covered large baking tray.  Spread the cereal out and break up any big clumps.   (Some of the blue chocolate didn't distribute perfectly, but this was our first time making them.)   My daughter calls the imperfect lumpy pieces Smurf poop!   


8.  Put the tray in the fridge for about 15 minutes to set.  

9.  Once the muddy buddies are out of the fridge, use a spoon to scoop them into the red & white polka dot Baking cups.  Add sixlets as desired.



I used a Mikasa basket to display the Smurfs Muddy buddies inside the toadstool baking cups with some Easter grass and added one of my daughter's Handy smurf figurines.  And voila!   



This is a fun snack to make with your kids and easy to store in a ziplock bag for munching later.  It's perfect for a smurfs themed party or family movie night!

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Check out these other fun Smurfs crafts & recipes:

The Lost Village
Smurf Blue Playdough by Mom Knows Best

DIY Smurfs Village
DIY Smurfs Village by The Jersey Momma

Candied Smurf Popcorn
Candied Smurf Popcorn by A Mom's Perspective

Smurfs Pretzel Candy Recipe
Smurfs Pretzel Candy by A Magical Mess

Smurf Mask Crafts
Smurf Masks by Healthy Happy Thrifty Family

The Lost Village Recipes
Smurfberry Punch by Every Day Lifes

 Crafts for Kids
Smurf Slime by The Homespun Hydrangea



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-Smurfs: The Lost Village movie t-shirt
-Smurfs: The Lost Village planter kit 
-Smurfs: The Lost Village tattoos
-Smurfs: The Lost Village activity pages
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May Rodriguez said...

Want to make smurfs muddy buddies and craft I want to make is the blue slime.

Darlene said...

I would love to try the Smurfs Pretzel Candy recipe.

EJ Morales said...

Definitely want to make the smurf village, perfect for a tea party.

Peggy said...

I want to make the Smurf Blue Playdough by Mom Knows Best. We love making things with playdough and blue is a good color.

Robin Abrams said...

I would love to make the DIY Smurfs Village with my grandkids. They would enjoy making this

Edye Nicole said...

I want to try this one! I love trying new snack DIY's :)

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TheJerseyMomma said...

These are totally adorable! Can't wait for the Smurfs movie! Thanks for including my edible mushroom houses!

Arf2-D2 said...

I'd try the smurf popcorn because I like popcorn anyway i can get it.

Sharon Martin said...

That is so much fun, believe it or not my hubbie is a mad Smurfs fan, I'm going to have to make him some !! I wish I could have entered the giveaway he would have loved those prizes (I will have to move from the UK lol x)

Gladys Parker said...

Love those Smurfy ideas, Your Smurf muddy buddies look so cute! I, too, watched Smurfs in the 80's with my children. lol

CJ Across the Avenue said...

I can't get over how cute these Smurf DIY ideas are! My nephew is so excited about this movie. We'll have to gear up with these treats!

Cristina Mandeville said...

Luckily I have the blue melts already! Thank you for sharing this over at Blogger Spotlight link party. I will be featuring you for Thursday's party. I hope to see you again!

MikiHope said...

Ah--I remember waking up and watching the Smurfs on TV with my friends children. Once in a whule I would even watch it when they weren't around. This movie should captivate the entire family. Blue Chocolate? What fun!!

Shelley P said...

I want to try the Candied Smurf Popcorn recipe because we love popcorn on movie nights and this would be great for when we watch the Smurf's movie :)

Angela Saver said...

I want to try the Smurf Popcorn because we are popcorn lovers!!

Jan Lee said...

I'd like to try the Smurfberry Punch and the Smurf Masks :)

monicazyoung said...

looks so cute. I want to have a smurfs party so bad, my favorite show growing up

Anonymous said...

We enjoy eating popcorn,so I'd like to try the smurf popcorn recipe!

Tami Vollenweider

SueZH said...

I can make some smurf slime with my grandson.

Tandi Cortez said...

I would LOVE to try the Smurf Slime! My kids LOVE making messes! :D

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