Halloween Treats: Frankenstein Rice Krispy Treats

Halloween Treats:  Frankenstein Rice Krispy Treats | Mommysavers.com

If you follow my blog, you may know that I love the Wilton Candy Eyeballs.  I have so much fun creating silly-faced desserts with them.  Halloween is no exception.  Last year, I used them to make these Halloween Spider Cupcakes.  This year, I’ve used them to make these Frankenstein Rice Krispy Treats.  They’re easy to make, and your kids will love them!

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Frankenstein Rice Krispy Treats for Halloween

  • Make Rice Krispy treats according to package instructions.  When marshmallows are melted and before adding rice Krispies, add several drops of green food coloring.
  • Press Rice Krispy treats into a greased rectangular pan.
  • Cool, then cut the Rice Krispy Treats into rectangles.
  • Melt 1/2 bag chocolate chips in 30 second intervals, stirring in between to melt them completely.
  • With a knife, spread chocolate over the top part of the rectangle to resemble Frankenstein’s hair (I’ve found that dipping doesn’t work).
  • Press the Wilton Candy Eyes into the Rice Krispy Treats gently.  Make sure your fingers are clean, otherwise you may get chocolate on the whites of the eyes.
  • Use Wilton Black Icing to create Frankenstein’s mouth.

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