LEGO Movie Cupcakes & Printables

LEGO Cupcakes with free printables from The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part. A fun dessert idea for a LEGO birthday party or movie night. Colorful candy cups make this an extra awesome treat!

LEGO Cupcakes with free printables from The LEGO Movie 2. A fun dessert idea for a LEGO birthday party. Colorful candy cups make an extra awesome treat!

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Awesome LEGO Cupcakes Celebrating The LEGO Movie 2

I’m so excited to see The LEGO® Movie 2: The Second Part! It will be in theaters starting February 8, and if you have LEGO lovers in your home like I do, you’ll really enjoy these fun LEGO Cupcakes with Free Printables from the LEGO Movie 2!

We laugh so hard at the LEGO movies and will be going to see this new one as soon as it comes out. Hopefully these cute LEGO Cupcakes and printables will inspire you with ideas for a fun movie watching night or upcoming birthday party for your LEGO fan!

LEGO Cupcakes with free printables from The LEGO Movie 2.

LEGO Movie 2

The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part reunites the heroes of Bricksburg in an all new action-packed adventure to save their beloved city.

It’s been five years since everything was awesome and the citizens are now facing a huge new threat: LEGO DUPLO® invaders from outer space, wrecking everything faster than it can be rebuilt. The battle to defeat the invaders and restore harmony to the LEGO universe will take Emmet (Chris Pratt), Lucy (Elizabeth Banks), Batman (Will Arnett) and their friends to faraway, unexplored worlds, including a strange galaxy where everything is a musical. It will test their courage, creativity and Master Building skills, and reveal just how special they really are.

 

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How to Make Fun LEGO Cupcakes

I will never forget making adorable LEGO Cake Pops many years ago for my son’s 7th birthday party. It’s hard to believe he is sixteen now! His cake pops went wild around the internet and now you see them everywhere! I’m excited to share another cute LEGO dessert idea for you today.

These sweet treats are easy to make with your favorite cupcakes, colorful candies, plastic cups, my new free LEGO Movie printable cupcake toppers and paper straws. (Scroll down to download the printables.)

Adding M&M’s candy into clear plastic cups is an extra cute way to display your LEGO cupcakes on a party table.  I’ve also put candy into plastic champagne flutes before as well. You really can’t go wrong using these fun LEGO Movie 2 character printables as cupcake toppers.

LEGO Cupcakes with free printables from The LEGO Movie 2. A fun dessert idea for a LEGO birthday party.

 

I love Lucy, aka Wyldstyle, voiced by Elizabeth Banks. She’s a tough master builder with the coolest hair around!

LEGO Cupcakes with free printables from The LEGO Movie. Girl Lego Party ideas and dessert for a LEGO birthday party.

 

LEGO Batman

I’m probably most excited about Batman, voiced by Will Arnett, making a comeback in the new movie. He is so funny! I’m often heard laughing the loudest in the entire theater when he comes on screen. (Seriously, you can ask my kids… I laugh loud! ha!)

If you love Batman too, don’t miss these LEGO Batman treat bags I made for his movie.

LEGO Cupcakes with free printables from The LEGO Movie. Batman Party ideas and dessert for a LEGO birthday party.

All of the characters look adorable all together on these LEGO Cupcakes. Now I can’t wait to see the movie!

LEGO Cupcakes with free printables from The LEGO Movie 2. A fun dessert idea for a LEGO birthday party. Colorful candy cups make an extra awesome treat! Living Locurto

 

The LEGO Movie 2 Free Printables

If you want to host a birthday party or have friends over for a movie watching night, make sure to download and print The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part printables below.

You’ll get nine character tags perfect for gift tags, cupcake toppers, or to use for a mini banner featuring:

  • Emmet
  • Lucy
  • Sweet Mayhem
  • Unikitty
  • Benny
  • Rex Dangervest
  • Queen Watevra
  • Batman
  • MetalBeard

The LEGO Movie 2 Free Printables - Cute LEGO Cupcake toppers.

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Watch The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part Trailer 

Check out the official trailer below and go see the movie on February 8. Have fun!

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Unicorn Crack | White Chocolate Saltine Toffee

Oh yeah! Unicorn Crack is a simple and addicting white chocolate saltine toffee recipe! Topped with pastel rainbow sprinkles, this easy treat is perfect for Easter, a unicorn party or rainbow birthday celebration.

Unicorn Crack is an addicting white chocolate saltine toffee recipe! Topped with pastel rainbow sprinkles, this easy treat is perfect for Easter, a unicorn party or rainbow birthday celebration.

White Chocolate Unicorn Crack Recipe

Say hello to my new addiction… Unicorn Crack! This white chocolate saltine toffee recipe is what you get when you mix white chocolate, saltine crackers, brown sugar, butter and rainbow sprinkles. I seriously can’t stop eating this amazing dessert! With a middle school aged daughter, it’s all about unicorns around here. We’ve made Unicorn Fluffy Slime and even Unicorn Poop Desserts. This is a fun new addition to our unicorn family of food that I know you’re going to love!

If you are looking for a fabulous, super easy dessert recipe for Easter, a unicorn party, rainbow themed birthday or any kind of celebration, this is it. The colorful rainbow sprinkles are what makes this unicorn crack white chocolate saltine toffee recipe so much fun! Serve it up in adorable cups like these cute Alice in wonderland inspired party supplies from Oriental Trading Company and you’ll be the hostess with the mostess!

Unicorn Crack is a fun White Chocolate Saltine Toffee Recipe.

 

How to make White Chocolate Saltine Toffee Unicorn Crack

First you’ll need to find some great pastel cake sprinkles! I love to mix and match candy with sprinkles. Switch up the colors to match whatever kind of party you are hosting. This would be a fun dessert for a graduation party with school colors!


After you have decided on your colors of sprinkles you want, head on over to Oriental Trading Company’s Fun365.com website for step-by-step directions for my White Chocolate Rainbow Sprinkle Toffee recipe. I love partnering with them and always excited to share fun party ideas with you and the Oriental Trading gang!

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Unicorn Crack is a simple and addicting white chocolate saltine toffee recipe! Topped with pastel rainbow sprinkles, this easy treat is perfect for Easter, a unicorn party or rainbow birthday celebration.

 

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5 Ideas for a Candy-Free Halloween (for Celiacs, Diabetics and More!)

My daughter was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes back in July and even with it being mid-summer one of my first thoughts was “what are we going to do about the holidays?”  I have heard this same concern with Mother’s of children with a gluten intolerance, dairy allergies, peanut allergies and more.  I put these concerns on the back burner for a few weeks until my daughter came home with a handful of candy from church.  Each mini-candy bar was 10-15 carbs each, meaning she needed a unit and a half of insulin just for 3 pieces of candy!!  Suddenly the realization of the upcoming holidays seemed a little more overwhelming and the necessity for Candy-Free Halloween (or at least, less-candy) came to light.

Candy Free Food Allergy Memes for Halloween

With Halloween being a holiday completely centered around candy, I am anticipating our first holiday with our little diabetic being a rite of passage.  The Halloween’s of sitting on the living room floor after trick-or-treating all night and gorging on as much candy as possible are definitely over for us but preserving as many of our usual Halloween traditions as we can is very important to me.  I do not want my daughter to feel like she’s missing out or treated differently during one of her favorite holidays, including trick-0r-treating.  A quick Pinterest search and asking around for advice gave me some really great ideas for a Candy-Free Halloween, and I’m hoping that sharing these will help out you other Mamas with your children.

*I’m just going to add this little disclaimer-diabetics are absolutely allowed to have candy, they just need to give themselves insulin to go with it.  I’m concerned about burning through that much insulin and also how difficult it is to manage the sugar spikes that candy can cause.

 

1. Buy Back the Candy Yourself

This idea always seemed crazy to me, but now that we’re dealing with diabetes it doesn’t seem as crazy.  The idea is that you set a price per piece and then offer to buy your kids candy after trick or treating.  This allows them to participate in trick-or-treating but ideally not to gorge on candy.  This way if they have a few pieces that they really want to keep it’s all their decision about what they sell and what they don’t.  Knowing my children, this would work amazingly well.

 

2. Participate in a Halloween Candy Buyback

I had heard of dentists participating in this program and I didn’t realize just how widespread the idea is! On their site you can search by zip code to find a participating retailer or dentist in your area to buy back your Halloween candy by the pound.  They take that candy and send it to the troops overseas.  Not only are you eliminating the candy from your home, it’s going to soldiers missing their families around Halloween!

Candy Free Food Allergy Memes for Halloween

 

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3.  Create a Trade-in Store

Instead of involving money, you could trade your kids for things like movie tickets, a trip to the zoo or a new stuffed animal.  This idea would work particularly well on younger children that may need a more tangible thing to trade for.

Candy Free Food Allergy Memes for Halloween

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4.  A Halloween Party

Another suggestion was to skip trick-or-treating all together and just have a Halloween Party for your children on Halloween night.  This way you have complete control over what is served at the party and don’t need to deal with the large amounts of candy that trick-or-treating provides.  I love this idea particularly for older children that are starting to lose interest in trick-or-treating anyway! 

Candy Free Food Allergy Memes for Halloween

 

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5. Help Out Others in Your Situation

I recently compiled a list of ideas for non-candy treats and from here on out every year we will be offering alternatives to candy.  I can’t promise we’ll abolish passing out candy altogether, but I will ALWAYS have some other sort of fun surprise for those children that come to my door unable to eat candy.  If you haven’t heard about the teal pumpkin project, putting a teal pumpkin on your doorstep means you have non-food treats available, such as glow sticks or small toys. This simple act promotes inclusion for trick-or-treaters with food allergies or other conditions.

 

Candy Free Food Allergy Memes for Halloween

 

I hope this offers some hope, help, and solidarity to all of you parents out there managing a child with special needs.  If you’re a Mama that has a child with food allergies, diabetes, or other candy related issues, what has helped you during Halloween and the other holidays?  Share in the comments below!

 

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A Dietitian’s Perspective On How To Handle Halloween Candy

I hear this question a lot this time of year, “as a mom and dietitian, how do you handle Halloween candy with your kids?”

People are surprised when I answer, “I don’t handle it, I let my kids handle it.” They are often confused too, so allow me to explain what I mean. Please note that I am sharing my perspective as a nutrition professional who works with individuals with disordered eating patterns as well as a mom of three little Halloween lovers.

In the nutrition culture we live in, it’s really easy to adopt an all-or-nothing mentality with food. As parents, we run the risk of creating that environment at home. If so, our kids will quickly learn to eat in response to perceived restriction ahead, sneaking or hiding food, or eating all the foods at school, parties or friends’ houses they can’t have at home. This prevents them from honoring their natural, biological signals of hunger and fullness.

 

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My recommendation, and what I practice at home, is to teach a more moderate approach in a structured environment. Eventually our kids will leave home, and instead of raising uber-healthy eaters, a far more effective goal would be to raise competent, confident eaters who trust their own intuitive signals.

In order to do so, we’ve got to give our kids more responsibility with food. Instead of micromanaging their food experiences, I encourage you to give them room to explore and learn. Kids need boundaries too, so it might be helpful to think of this as a flexible structure, with you and your children each having different responsibilities.

The Division of Responsibility is a feeding model developed by registered dietitian Ellyn Satter. Essentially, there are different responsibilities for a parent/caretaker and a child at mealtimes.

Too often parents overstep their boundaries, which can lead to a power struggle. In return, children aren’t able to develop a healthy relationship with food — one where they are offered a variety of foods and then able to listen to their own innate hunger and fullness signals; an essential part of being a competent eater through adulthood. Below, I will quote from the Ellyn Satter Institute to give you an idea of what the DOR looks like:

Halloween Candy Corn

Parents’ feeding jobs:

  • Choose and prepare the food.
  • Provide regular meals and snacks.
  • Make eating times pleasant.
  • Step-by-step, show children by example how to behave at family mealtime.
  • Be considerate of children’s lack of food experience without catering to likes and dislikes.
  • Don’t let children have food or beverages (except for water) between meal and snack times.
  • Let children grow up to get bodies that are right for them.

Children’s eating jobs:

  • Children will eat.
  • They will eat the amount they need.
  • They will learn to eat the food their parents eat.
  • They will grow predictably.
  • They will learn to behave well at mealtime.

You as the parent are responsible for providing a variety of foods, establishing appropriate meal and snack times, and monitoring where food is eaten (ideally in the kitchen, not in front of the TV or in bedrooms, etc). Children are responsible for deciding what and how much they want at meal and snack times. You aren’t a short order cook, and the kitchen doesn’t have a revolving door for kids to grab something anytime they please. For more information on the Division of Responsibility, I would recommend the book “Secrets to Feeding a Healthy Family” by Satter.

 

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So how does this relate to Halloween candy?

We trust our kids to trust themselves in how to handle their candy, within a certain structure. They will likely eat more than usual or necessary on Halloween, because that’s totally normal. In the days and weeks to follow, they can include some candy along with meals and snacks (within the meal and snack times you decide), preventing the need to have it all right now before the candy gets donated or sold or hidden or thrown away.

If you feel a child isn’t taking care of responsibilities, you are encouraged to have an honest discussion with your child about your concerns.

For example, let’s say your child complains of a stomach ache each time he includes candy at snack time. You could express concern that he isn’t listening to his own fullness levels and remind him he is in charge of knowing when he has had enough (since you have no idea when he feels full). Remind him you want to keep candy (or any treat or food he loves) in the house, but he is responsible for connecting with his body to know what it wants and needs. Help him get curious as to why he feels the way he does and help him solve his own problem.

The question isn’t whether candy is healthy or not. The question is what approach is effective and helpful. Don’t get too caught up in results and instead focus on a process that works to help your child become self-directed, honest, responsible and trust-worthy.

To be honest, there are many times I would much rather see my kids eat something else, but to tell them what to eat just doesn’t achieve what I hope for them. Parents controlling their child’s food intake only teaches the child to rebel against the rules. Setting a structure for balanced meals and snacks, with treats at meals or as part of snacks if your child wants them is what I feel is the best approach for our family, and my general recommendation to you.

 

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All Pink Starbursts Is All We’ve Ever Wanted

Well. I don’t know about you, but it’s all I’ve ever wanted.  No more piles of wasted yellows and oranges, just give me a pile of All Pink Starbursts!

Don’t get me wrong, FaveReds were a blessing and gave me more pink Starbursts than ever, but this? This is magic. 

 

Wrigley will release single “stick” packs of Starbursts as well as entire bags in ALL PINK in April.  You can pick them up at Target, Amazon, Walgreens and Kroger stores. 

“Believe it or not, over half of all references to Starburst on social media are about pink Starburst,” a Wrigley spokesperson told the “Today” show.

Well, yeah. 

These are limited edition . . . so . . . consider hoarding.

Enjoy!

Emoji Chocolate Bark | Valentine’s Day Treat

Emoji Chocolate Bark makes a simple and adorable Valentine’s Day Treat!

Emoji Chocolate Bark makes a simple and adorable Valentine's Day Treat! This white chocolate dessert is perfect for a school party or birthday.

With a 5th grade daughter in the house, we are a little Emoji crazy around here! We’ve got the pillows, the phone case, and you name it anything else emoji related is coming in this house. My daughter’s birthday party theme was even emoji and I’ve rounded up some amazing emoji party cakes in the past.

When I stumbled across some adorable emoji M&M’s at Target, I immediately wanted to buy them all up to use for a Valentine’s Day treat! Needless to say my daughter was thrilled. I think she scream at the top of her lungs in Target. That’s another thing 5th grade girls are crazy about… doing high pitched screams! ha!

Emoji Chocolate Bark makes a simple and adorable Valentine's Day Treat! This white chocolate dessert is perfect for a school party or birthday.

I decided to make some Emoji White Chocolate Bark Valentine’s Day treats as that is about the simplest thing you can make and looks adorable packed up in cute bags.

Along with yellow M&M’s I wanted my dessert to have some color. I found some cute and colorful candy hearts from Wilton at Target too. Any Valentine’s Day Candy Sprinkles will do for chocolate bark —> look for some here.

To make Emoji Chocolate Bark, just melt a large glass bowl full of white chocolate chips or vanilla almond bark for about 1 minute in the microwave. Stir and melt for 30-60 more seconds and stir until creamy.

Pour onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.

Sprinkle Emoji M&M’s and heart candy sprinkles onto the melted chocolate.

Emoji Chocolate Bark makes a simple and adorable Valentine's Day Treat! This white chocolate dessert is perfect for a school party or birthday.

Place the baking sheet into the refrigerator for about 20 minutes or until the white chocolate has totally hardened.

Emoji Chocolate Bark makes a simple and adorable Valentine's Day Treat! This white chocolate dessert is perfect for a school party or birthday.

Cut the candy into pieces and you’ve got an adorable Valentine’s Day treat!

 

If you can’t find the Emoji M&M’s, here are some alternative ideas:

• Use a black edible marker to draw emoji faces on yellow Mega M&M’s (I recommend these edible –>markers)

• Instead of M&M’s, you could use any small emoji candies! I’ve found seen some emoji conversation hearts and emoji gummies that would be fun.

 

Watch us make this fun and simple treat in the video below. Please subscribe to my Youtube channel HERE.

 

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Emoji Chocolate Bark makes a simple and adorable Valentine's Day Treat! This white chocolate dessert is perfect for a school party or birthday.

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Conversation Heart Chocolate Pretzels

Conversation Heart Chocolate Pretzels are an easy dessert for Valentine’s Day school parties or gifts! Kids will love picking out their favorite candy saying.

Valentine's Day Chocolate Pretzels are perfect for school parties or gifts! Kids will love picking out their favorite conversation heart candy saying. This no bake recipe makes a delicious salty, crunchy chocolate caramel dessert. ~ LivingLocurto.com

Conversation Heart Chocolate Pretzels

I love making treats for Valentine’s Day, especially easy desserts that I can make with my kids. These Conversation Heart Chocolate Pretzels are one of the EASIEST no bake goodies you can make!

Rolo candy is one of my favorites and adding them to pretzels makes a delicious salty, crunchy chocolate caramel dessert. I’ve made the usual Rolo pretzel treats, but added some Valentine’s Day conversation heart candy to turn them into a cute holiday treat!

These yummy chocolate pretzels are perfect to make for class parties, package as gifts or just make and gobble them up at home! Kids will love picking out their favorite conversation heart candy saying.

Originally published January 15, 2016

Valentine's Day Chocolate Pretzels are perfect for school parties or gifts! Kids will love picking out their favorite conversation heart candy saying. This no bake recipe makes a delicious salty, crunchy chocolate caramel dessert. ~ LivingLocurto.com

Easy Valentine’s Day Treats

I’m trying not to eat sweets since I’m on a diet, so I asked my kids if these were good. With their mouth’s full, they both said YES! I then ended up caving and eating a bunch. Argh! And yes, the kids were right:-) 

The next day, I sent the rest of them to school with my daughter to hand out to her friends. Apparently they all loved them as well. So these treats are definitely kid approved!!

Valentine's Day Chocolate Pretzels are perfect for school parties or gifts! Kids will love picking out their favorite conversation heart candy saying. This no bake recipe makes a delicious salty, crunchy chocolate caramel dessert. ~ LivingLocurto.com

How to make Valentine’s Day Conversation Heart Chocolate Pretzels

You’ll need:

  • Pretzels
  • Rolos
  • Conversation Hearts
  • Wax Paper
  1. Pre-heat the oven to 250 degrees.
  2. Dump out your conversation hearts and find the best ones with the writing directly in the middle.
  3. Line wax paper on a cookie sheet.
  4. Add pretzels and place a Rolo candy on each one.
  5. Bake for 2-3 minutes until softened.
  6. Remove from oven and gently press a conversation heart on top of the candy.
  7. Let them cool and eat!

Valentine's Day Chocolate Pretzels are perfect for school parties or gifts! Kids will love picking out their favorite conversation heart candy saying. This no bake recipe makes a delicious salty, crunchy chocolate caramel dessert. ~ LivingLocurto.com

Conversation Heart Chocolate Pretzels

Conversation Heart Chocolate Pretzels are an easy dessert for Valentine’s Day school parties or gifts! Kids will love picking out their favorite candy saying.

  • 1.5 cups Pretzels
  • 1.5 cups Rolo Candy
  • .5 cup Conversation Hearts
  • Wax Paper
  1. Pre-heat the oven to 250 degrees.
  2. Dump out your conversation hearts and find the best ones with the writing directly in the middle.
  3. Line wax paper on a cookie sheet.
  4. Add pretzels and place a Rolo candy on each one.
  5. Bake for 2-3 minutes until softened.
  6. Remove from oven and gently press a conversation heart on top of the candy.
  7. Let them cool and eat!

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Conversation Heart Chocolate Pretzels are an easy dessert for Valentine's Day school parties or gifts! Kids love picking out their favorite candy saying.

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Dark Chocolate Citrus Candy | No-Bake Recipe

Dark Chocolate Citrus Candy. This no-bake recipe only takes a few minutes and is loaded with nutrients that can positively affect your health! LivingLocurto.com

Need a quick and easy no bake dessert for a party? Or maybe you need a last-minute gift idea to wrap up for chocolate lover? Then this Dark Chocolate Citrus Candy is for you!

This no-bake recipe only takes a few minutes and is loaded with nutrients that can positively affect your health. You will have an amazing dessert that will be gobbled up by party guests in minutes!

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