She Starts With Rice Krispies, But Ends Up With Something TOO Good To Eat.
Rice Krispies have been around since the late 1920s. Rice Krispies Treats, that simple dessert consisting of the cereal pieces, melted marshmallows, and margarine, were introduced by Kellogg's employee Mildred Day in 1939. Since then, the snack has grown quite popular for its tastiness and also for its malleability. Kids and adults have gotten creative by molding them into fun little shapes.
Jessica Siskin, a self-proclaimed "cereal killer" who operates under the handle Misterkrisp, has dedicated much of her time to making and shaping oversized Rice Krispies Treats. It didn't start out that way in the beginning.
The young woman admitted not knowing how to cook anything else. She started out by making fun gifts for her friends, such as a Rice Krispies Treats surfboard for a friend's birthday, and went on to create more fascinating projects, many of them based on pop culture.
Naturally Misterkrisp, now a popular Instagram, came into fruition in October 2013.
Scroll down to view some of Misterkrisp's most delightful creations.
A special treat for Earth Day.
Just when you thought Hello Kitty couldn't get any sweeter.
Take a pizza this dessert.
It isn't Super Bowl without the wings.
If you ever wondered what it tasted like...
Say "Itadakimasu" before eating this bowl of ramen!
A table set for Thanksgiving.
Check out this pouty little puppy.
If you don't know where this is from, you can't sit with us.
So many faces to celebrate International Day of Happiness.
Everything you've ever wanted.
A delightful Easter with Cadbury and Misterkrisp.
One of the world's most popular candy bars.
Too cute to eat.
I donut believe this is a Rice Krispy either!
Don't forget the patron!
For more information, visit the Misterkrisp official site.
Source: Jessica Siskin