Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops

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Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops

Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops Halloween

Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops Ingredients –­

  • 12 oz. bag of Wilton green candy melts
  • 12 oz. bag of Wilton dark chocolate candy melts
  • 8­10 Wilton candy sticks – I prefer the thicker ones as they hold more weight.
  • 1 package of small Wilton googly eyes
  • Wilton edible markers in black for the mouth and red for the scar
  • 8­-10 large marshmallows
  • small sandwich baggie
  • 1­2 short glasses to stand your marshmallows up in after dipped in chocolate.
  • toothpicks

*All of these products can be found at your local craft store or big box retailer in the Wilton candy making section. :)

Directions –­

#1. Remove your marshmallows from the package and place onto the candy sticks and set aside.

#2. Pour the green candy melts into a microwave safe bowl and heat in 30 second increments. Stir every 30 seconds until melted. My microwave takes about 2 1⁄2 – 3 minutes to completely melt 1 package. Remove from the microwave and let cool 2­3 minutes.

#3. Dip every marshmallow into the melted green chocolate. Allow the excess chocolate to drip off and back into the bowl. Add two googly eyes before setting in the short glass to set. Repeat this step with all your marshmallows. Once they are all coated, place them in the fridge for about 15 minutes to set.

#4. After 15 minutes remove the marshmallows from the fridge. Microwave the dark chocolate candy melts following the same instructions above.

#5. Dip the top of your marshmallows into the dark chocolate giving Frankenstein some hair. Use the toothpick to gently drag a little bit of the chocolate down into a triangular shapes. Place the marshmallow back into the cup to set and repeat this step with all your marshmallows.

#6. Scoop a few tablespoons of the leftover dark chocolate into the sandwich baggie. Snip the end and squeeze out two bolts on the side of Frankenstein’s face.

#7. Once finished, place them back in the fridge for another 15­20 minutes.

Phew! Almost done!

#8. Lastly, bring the Frankensteins back out and use the edible markers to draw on Frankenstein’s mouth using black and red for his scar.

That’s it. You did it!

*If not serving immediately, store in a cool dry place so the chocolate doesn’t melt. Makes 8­-10 servings. 1 Frankenstein marshmallow = 1 serving.

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    • Kerri says

      Thank you for your nice comment, Dee. They are so much fun to make together with kiddos. Let me know how they turn out if you make them.

  1. Jodi says

    these would be so perfect for my kids class halloween parties that im planning.. look easy and yummy. thanks for the post im definately trying these

  2. Lula Ruger says

    These are so so cute i might try to make them for my grandsons pre school. I hope they turn out as nice as yours

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