Web's Tastiest Sushi Recipes for Kids

Web's Tastiest Sushi Recipes for Kids

Maybe your kids love sushi and you can enjoy the whole experience as a family. If that’s the case, bravo! This list isn’t about those types of sushi rolls. Instead, we’re showcasing recipes and ways to embrace the look, without all the raw fish and seaweed. The coolest part is that you’re able to include the whole family in the process, so they can choose their ingredients and roll ‘em all up as they wish.

Peanut Butter Sushi

Tortillas, peanut butter, banana, raisins, cinnamon, and honey may not sound like a Japanese recipe, but tiny eaters won’t complain. Easy to make and perfect for practicing chopstick use, they make a scrumptious lunch or snack on the go. (Recipe)

Bright Candy Sushi

Now this recipe is all about enjoying the process. With Krispy treats as rice and twizzlers, gummi worms, jujube fish and fruit roll-ups as the filling, making these pretty candy rolls just might be more than half the fun. (Recipe)

Sushi Sandwich

When a sandwich is sushi, it’s simply more fun to eat. With some chicken, cheese, avocado, and spinach you can create a sushi sandwich fit for a fantastic lunch. (Recipe)

Fancy Candy Sushi

This rendition of candy sushi (also using Rice Krispies and fruit rolls) is fit for a chic evening out. Placing the sophisticated rolls in a black lacquer steps up the fancy. (Recipe)

Peeps Sushi

Peepushi? Susheep? Whatever you call peeps on faux sushi rolls, they sure are cute. Easter meets East with this sugary sweet delight. (Recipe)

PB&J Sushi

Of course you’ve seen these before, but that doesn’t mean they don’t deserve a spot here as well. Every kid’s favorite sandwich gets the fun-tastic sushi treatment when following this delicious recipe. (Recipe)

Coconut Frushi

Whether you call it Frushi, or fruit sushi, just call me over when you make them! Using rice, coconut milk, fresh oranges, and raspberries, this looks like the real thing and is just as healthy. (Recipe)

Alfafa Sushi Sandwiches

If you have a family of good little eaters, here’s a sushi sandwich for you to test out. Just fill whole wheat bread (crusts cut off, please) with alfalfa, carrots, and avocados, then roll it up, using cream cheese to hold it all together. (Recipe)

Strawberry Shortcake Sushi

Sushi for dessert doesn’t sound like very much fun. But cake, a whipped cream filling, and strawberry coulis for dipping certainly does! (Recipe)

Peanut Butter Fruit Sushi

This recipe yields the equivalent of those mega rolls filled with tempura goodness. Fresh apple and mango slices give them some body, while accents like raisins and toasted coconut make ‘em sweet. (Recipe)

Pizza Sushi Rolls

You can never go wrong with pizza. And rolling your favorite pizza ingredients up to look like sushi makes the beloved dish even more of a fun-to-eat treat. (Recipe)

Mini Veggie Sushi

Well aren’t you pretty, veggie sushi! Cucumber, carrot, cream cheese, and raisins make one good looking–and good for you– sushi-inspired snack. (Recipe)

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