Olympic Party Treats & Crafts for Kids

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The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia officially kicked off this past Friday, February 7th. We are so excited to watch the games with our family and cheer on Team USA and Team Kellogg’s! To make it fun and festive, we decide to throw a little Olympic party complete with a few simple, but delicious treats!


Olympic Torches made with Kellogg’s Corn Pops Cereal



7 cups corn pops cereal
1 10 oz. bag of large marshmallows
6 tbsp. unsalted butter
Ice cream cones (cake cones – with flat bottom)
Cooking spray


In a large pot, melt 6 tbsp. of butter over medium high heat then add the 10 oz. bag of marshmallows. Stir until the marshmallows have all melted. Remove pot from heat and add the corn pops cereal. Mix until all the corn pops are covered in the marshmallow mixture. Using your hands, pack the cones with the corn pop treat mixture. It’s a good idea to butter or spray your hands with cooking spray while packing the cones.

Olympic colors Rice Krispies Treats – get the recipe HERE.





We also decided to do a fun Olympic craft!


Olympic Gold Medal Froot Loop Necklaces


Froot Loops
Gold medals
Yarn, Twine or Ribbon String

Precut yarn, twine, or ribbon in the length of a long necklace. Tie a Froot Loop to one end so that when your child goes to thread the necklace the cereal doesn’t fall off the string and wrap the other end with a small piece of tape so that it’s easier for your child to thread.

Have your child thread the necklace until it is halfway full of Froot Loops and then thread through the gold medal. Continue adding Froot Loops until full and tie together to form a necklace.

Now we’re ready to cheer on our favorites, including Team Kellogg’s listed below!


Watch Team Kellogg’s Start Stories:

Amy Purdy – Snowboarder

Meryl Davis & Charlie White – Figure Skating

Maggie Voisin — Freeskiing Slopestyle

Noelle Pikus-Pace – Skeleton

Gretchen Bleiler – Snowboarder

Torin Yater-Wallace – Freeskiing

Ted Ligety – Alpine Skiing

Sarah Hendrickson – Ski Jumping

Heath Calhoun – Alpine Skiing



  1. Oh how fun. My boys are not getting into the Olympics as much as I wish they would (sigh), so maybe a few treats might help entice them….

  2. Those mini torch cones are so cute. I am not even watching the olympics to tell you the truth… I get so busy that the TV doesn’t get turned on until very late.

  3. What a cute themed party idea! I love the torches.

  4. THis is perfect for a closing ceremonies party. I especially like the Olympic color Rice Krispies – its a clever idea!

  5. Those fruit loop necklaces are so cute! I am looking for things to do with my kids this week. Thanks for the great ideas!

  6. Such neat ideas to celebrate the Olympics! I love the mini torches.

  7. Those are really awesome. Great way to celebrate the Olympics!

  8. This is officially the best Olympics post I’ve seen yet. Those crafty food creations are too cool!

  9. Wow, everything looks so patriotic and delicious! I want to make some of those necklaces!

  10. Those torches look awesome. And, I bet they sound good, too.

    I wonder if my kids would be patient enough with Fruit Loops..I think they’d eat them all!

  11. These are such great ideas! I love the torches!

  12. What a cool party!!! Can I live closer so we can hang out with you. I love the rice krispy treats, did they take a long time?

  13. Those are all such cute ideas to celebrate the Olympics. Those Rice Krispies Treats look gorgeous!!! You did a great job putting all that together!

  14. I’m watching so much of the games. I really love it! I saw your rice treats yesterday on Facebook. They came out awesome!

  15. I like the colored Rice Krispie Treats!! I’ve been running the TV at night to watch the events, and totally loving it too. 🙂

  16. These are really cute! The kids would love them all. I can see them having a blast making the torches and necklaces.

  17. This is way too cool! Another way to express our enthusiasm to the Olympics! 🙂

  18. this is awesome! i love the krispy treats- those are fabulous

  19. I love a good theme party! I absolutely adore the Olympic Torches! So darn cute!

  20. Those are so cute! I love the krispy treats and the little medals.

  21. I LOVE your snack ideas, Piera! Those Olympic Torch treats look so adorable. I’m definitely going to try these out with my daughter on this snow day.

  22. My favorite is the Corn Pops Olympic torches! I wish I could think of things like that. I don’t have a ‘crafty’ bone in my body. Thank goodness for blogs like yours so I can get a ‘how to’

  23. What a cute idea to theme this to the olympics. I love the “metals” made of out these. lol

  24. I’m super impressed! You did an awesome job with this party. I love the colorful rice krispies!

  25. Oh yum, love my rice krispy treats. Great ideas for the Olympics!

  26. You outdid yourself! Your treats are both colorful and tasty looking. The photos are amazing too. Love this.

  27. Your party treats are adorable!! My favorite is the torch.

  28. Amy Desrosiers says:

    I love these adorable cereal made Olympic treats! The necklace is my favorite by far!

  29. Those corn pop torches are so cute!

  30. The treats look yummy! The Olympics have been interesting to watch, especially the team ice skating competition.

  31. Piera this are amazing. I love all of them. So freaking cute. Yay for olympic fun!

  32. these are soo cute. great ideas!

  33. These are some super fun ideas to get the kids excited about the Olympics. I love the torch cones!

  34. I’m loving the fruit loops medal. The boys would enjoy making that and my toddler would enjoy eating it. 🙂

  35. We had a death in our family this week, so we haven’t watched much of the Olympics at all! 🙁 These are such fun party treats though. My kids would love the medals!

  36. Those treats look sooo yummy. I would love to try those torches, I’m going to have to make some this upcoming weekend now 🙂

  37. I know the Olympics are officially over but those treats are super cute and I love how they fit with the Olympics theme.