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Easy-to-Make Frankenstein Treat They Will Love

Easy-to-Make Frankenstein Treat They Will Love

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Today I have a fun version of Frankenstein Treat Graham Crackers for you! When I searched for Frankenstein treats all that came up were ones made with cereal treats. Now, I have nothing against Rice Krispy Treats other than the fact that my kid doesn’t really like them.

Here is another fun and pretty easy treat to make, and it brings a whimsical touch to snack time or the classroom Halloween Party! They are also fun treats that are a little healthier for Halloween Food than something like a Frankenstein Cupcake or even crispy treats that are laden with all those mini marshmallows. Granted it isn’t the most healthy Halloween treat, but it is an easy recipe with simple ingredients to make your monster treats.

Frankenstein Grahams

If you are looking for Frankenstein Brownies – you can easily follow the same instructions for decorating these graham cracker squares. It would even work for topping that rice krispies mixture. That is if you have the time to make homemade rice krispie treats.

I wonder if Mary Shelley could have possibly envisioned this when she wrote the Gothic novel Frankenstein all those years ago. Frankenstein’s monster has been everywhere from black and white movies with Abbot and Costello to Halloween cereal. Just think about it – she wrote that incredible science fiction in 1818 – over 200 years ago and today? I am talking about themed treats to work around her character. What fun ways to give a nod to an incredible author.

To sum it up nicely – Wikipedia says:

Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus is an 1818 novel written by English author Mary Shelley. Frankenstein tells the story of Victor Frankenstein, a young scientist who creates a sapientcreature in an unorthodox scientific experiment. Shelley started writing the story when she was 18, and the first edition was published anonymously in London on 1 January 1818, when she was 20. Her name first appeared in the second edition, which was published in Paris in 1821.

How to make your Frankenstein treat:

You will need:

  • Graham cracker squares
  • 12 oz package of Wilton green candy melts – no drops of green food coloring are needed!
  • 12 oz package of Wilton black candy melts
  • candy eyeballs
  • 1 small Ziploc bag – to use as a decorating bag
  • kitchen scissors is pretty much all you need for kitchen tools.

Directions to make your Frankenstein treats for Halloween

#1. Separate the green and black candy melts into a separate microwavable safe bowl.

#2. Heat the green candy melts in 30 seconds increments with medium heat, stirring until melted. My microwave takes about 2 minutes total.

#3. Use a small tablespoon to gently spread the green color over the graham cracker squares and give each Frankenstein 2 candy eyes.

#4. Repeat with your desired amount of graham cracker squares.

#5. Allow the green chocolate and eyes to set completely (about 30 minutes).

#6. Once the green chocolate is set you can start melting the black candy melts like in step #2. Allow the chocolate to cool a few minutes and scoop the chocolate into one of the small sandwich bags. Snip the corner with a pair of kitchen scissors so yu can use it as a piping bag.

#7. Gently squeeze some of the melted chocolate black icing out of the bag for Frankenstein’s hair and filling in his hair as needed. Have fun with it!
ready-to-eat Frankenstein Treat fra

#8. Lastly, give each Frankenstein 2 bolts on the side of his head by making a small square with chocolate and filling in and then a mouth.

#9. Allow the chocolate to be completely set prior to serving.

Now, isn’t that just an incredibly fun Halloween treat? With our Frankenstein treat You are all set for those Halloween parties with these easy Halloween treats! You are all set for Halloween fun this time of year with these slightly spooky treats. Make sure you get our printable recipe card!

Other Halloween Treats you may like if you like the Frankenstein Treat:

Yield: 12 - 15 servings

Easy-to-Make Frankenstein Treat

How to make a fun Frankenstein Treat

Here is another fun and pretty easy treat to make, and it brings a whimsical touch to snack time or the classroom Halloween Party!

Prep Time 25 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Additional Time 30 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • Graham cracker squares
  • 12 oz package of Wilton green candy melts – no drops of green food coloring are needed!
  • 12 oz package of Wilton black candy melts
  • candy eyeballs
  • 1 small Ziploc bag – to use as a decorating bag
  • kitchen scissors is pretty much all you need for kitchen tools.

Instructions

Separate the green and black candy melts into a separate microwavable safe bowl.

Heat the green candy melts in 30 seconds increments with medium heat, stirring until melted. My microwave takes about 2 minutes total.

Use a small tablespoon to gently spread the green color over the graham cracker squares and give each Frankenstein 2 candy eyes.

Repeat with your desired amount of graham cracker squares.

Allow the green chocolate and eyes to set completely (about 30 minutes).

Once the green chocolate is set you can start melting the black candy melts like in step.

Allow the chocolate to cool a few minutes and scoop the chocolate into one of the small sandwich bags. Snip the corner with a pair of kitchen scissors so you can use it as a piping bag.

Gently squeeze some of the melted chocolate black icing out of the bag for Frankenstein’s hair and filling in his hair as needed. Have fun with it!

Lastly, give each Frankenstein 2 bolts on the side of his head by making a small square with chocolate and filling in and then a mouth.

Allow the chocolate to be completely set prior to serving.

Notes

I found that buying name-brand graham crackers yielded the best results. Honeymaid are my favorite!

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

15

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 182Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 20mgCarbohydrates: 45gFiber: 0gSugar: 29gProtein: 0g

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