Halloween: Frankenstein Oreos, Rice Krispies, and Cookies DIY.  Bring your party to life with some Frankenstein Oreos, Frankenstein Rice Krispies, and Frankenstein cookies!!! Check out this adorable Candy Corn Party! Looking for Vampire Party Ideas?  Be sure to also check out these recycled Halloween ideascandy corn Halloween partyDIY Halloween costumes and grab some FREE cute Halloween printables!

Today I’m sharing a fun and easy set of tutorials to make everyone’s favorite Halloween monster…Frankenstein!!!  I like my Halloween monster cute and silly…so instead of creepy and scary, we have made ol’e Frank here a little goofy and ready to party!  Whether you choose Frankenstein Oreos, Frankenstien Rice Krispies or Frankenstein Cookies (or be wild and do all three!!), you will love making these cute little guys almost as much as eating them!!!!

Be sure to check out our Halloween treat tutorials: Mummy Cookies, Cupcakes, and Oreo PopsBat Cookies and Bat CupcakesMonster Cookies, Monster Bark, and Monster Popcorn and Pumpkin Oreos and Cupcakes.

My daughter definitely got a kick out of helping to make these fun little guys and of course, helping to eat them!!!

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Frankenstein Rice Krispies Pops

These franken-krispies are sure to be a hit with the kiddos…check out the easy tutorial:

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Materials

Rice Krispies Treats

Paper Straws

Lime Green Candy Melts

Black Candy Melts

Black Sprinkles

Candy Eyes

Squeeze Bottle

Tootsie Rolls

Step 1:

Melt the green candy melts.  Using a glass bowl in the microwave in 30-second increments is best.  Be sure to stir in between heating and be careful not to overheat.  Dip the Rice Krispies treats in the green candy and lay them out on parchment paper to cool.  After I covered the treats, I used the back of a spoon to put a little texture in the candy…just for some character!!!

Step 2:

While the candy is cooling, place candy eyes on the front and tootsie roll “bolts” on the sides.  I cut the fun-sized tootsie rolls into thirds for this and they were perfect.  Allow the candy to cool completely.  

Step 3:

Once the candy is completely cooled, press a paper straw into the bottom (if you would like them to be on sticks).  Melt the black candy melts.  Dip the top of the Frankenstein head into the black candy.  Sprinkle with black sprinkles.  Place some of the melted black candy into a squeeze bottle and carefully use it to draw on a Frankenstein mouth!  Allow to cool completely and they are ready to be enjoyed!!

Here are some helpful links for making Frankenstein Rice Krispies Pops:

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Frankenstein Oreo Pops

Here are some cute Frankenstein Oreo pops.  Check out the tutorial below…

Materials

Oreos

Oreo Pop Mold

Paper Straws

Lime Green Candy Melts

Black Candy Melts

Black Sprinkles

Candy Eyes

Squeeze Bottle

Tootsie Rolls

Step 1:

Melt the green candy melts.  Using a glass bowl in the microwave in 30-second increments is best.  Be sure to stir in between heating and be careful not to overheat.  Fill the oreo mold with the melted green candy.  Open an oreo and gently place a paper straw into the oreo.  I recommend cutting the straws in half to use.  Place the oreo and straw into the mold and cover the back of the oreo with the melted candy.  Place in the refrigerator to cool…at least 15 minutes.

Step 2:

Once the Oreos are cooled, pop them out of the mold.  Using the green candy melts as glue, attach the candy eyes to the front and tootsie roll “bolts” to the sides.  I cut the fun-sized tootsie rolls into quarters for this and they were perfect.  Allow the candy to cool completely.

Step 3:

Melt the black candy melts.  Dip the top of the Frankenstein’s head into the black candy.  Sprinkle with black sprinkles.   Using an edible marker, draw on the Frankenstein’s mouth.  I made a zig-zag line and drew a line through it to look like a sewn on mouth.  Allow to cool completely and they are ready to go!!

 

Here are some helpful links for making Frankenstein Oreo Pops:

If you love these Frankenstein Oreo Pops, pin them to your Halloween Pinterest board for later…

Frankenstein Cookies

Frankenstein cookies, anyone?  Here is the tutorial…

Materials

Sugar Cookie Mix or Recipe

Green Fondant

Black Candy Melts

Black Sprinkles

Candy Eyes

Edible Marker

Tootsie Rolls

Circle Cookie Cutters

Step 1:

Prepare Sugar Cookie dough according to recipe or sugar cookie mix instructions.  Roll dough until it is 1/4 inch thick. Using the circle cookie cutters, cut out the cookies.  Place the cookies on a lined cookie sheet and bake according to the recipe.  Remove from oven and allow to cool before decorating.

Step 2:

Roll out the green fondant to about 1/4 inch thick.  Cut using the circle cookie cutters.  Allow to sit for 5-10 minutes to stiffen slightly. Place on top of the cookies.  I used a little bit of frosting to help the fondant stick, but if the underneath side of the fondant is still soft, it will stick with a few drops of water.

Step 3:

Cut tootsie rolls into 1/8th pieces and roll between fingers to create small “bolts”.  Using a drop of water, attach the eyes and bolts onto the fondant.

Step 4:

Melt the black candy melts.  Dip the top of the cookie into the candy and sprinkle with sprinkles.  Allow to cool and set and they are ready to enjoy!!

Here are some helpful links for making Frankenstein Cookies:

If you love these Frankenstein Cookies, pin them to your Halloween Pinterest board for later…

Be sure to check out our Halloween treat tutorials: Mummy treats,  Bat Cookies and Bat CupcakesMonster Cookies, Monster Bark, and Monster Popcorn and Pumpkin Oreos and Cupcakes.

Check out this adorable Candy Corn Party! Looking for Vampire Party Ideas?  Be sure to also check out these recycled Halloween ideascandy corn Halloween partyDIY Halloween costumes and grab some FREE cute Halloween printables!

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