The front and back sides of the meal's box are green and depict Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy's heads within a yellow explosion banner. The flap opening is dark blue and the top sides of the front and back are light yellow and depict Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy's initials in light orange and light red text respectively.
It comes in a colorful box that is yellow on the front side and red on the right side. It has a flap opening that is green on the front side and dark blue on the back side. It has pictures of red, purple, yellow, and blue balloons, a clam, anchor, and rainbow on it. On the front side, the Krusty Krab's initials are inscribed in dark blue text on a dark green circle outlined by red. Below this reads "Kiddie Meal" in dark blue letters.
In this episode, the meal is Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy-themed. The meal includes the Pipsqueak Patty, a juice box, and a small pack of french fries. Mr. Krabs makes a commercial featuring the superheroes in order to promote their restaurant and products. Plankton witnesses the success that Krabs has from SpongeBob's idea.
When he gets his own Krusty Kid's Meal and pretends to beat up a picture of Mr. Krabs with the Mermaid Man action figure and Barnacle Boy pencil topper, he realizes that he could use them to put him out of business as in how they raised his profits.
In the former, at one point, the Krusty Kid's Meal is seen on the Galley Grub for $1.99. Mr. Krabs changes the product to $4.99 since he knows that children have the freedom to use their money during the summer.
In the episodes "Krabby Land" and "Yours, Mine and Mine," the Krusty Kid's Meal is called a "Kiddie Meal."
In "Yours, Mine and Mine," the only item that is in the meal is the Krabby Kiddie Patty, a small Krabby Patty "thirty percent cuter" and costs a dollar more than a regular patty, adding up to three dollars in this episode.