Today I want to share with you these adorable Frankenstein Halloween treats.
Happy Fall Y’all!
Oh, it’s my very favorite time of the year. Here in Kentucky in the fall is beautiful, all the leaves are starting to change colors and fall to the ground. And the air turns a crispy cool which is the perfect relief from our extremely hot and humid summers. We have so many fun festivals that start to happen in our small town and then, of course, its football season. Then all the fun just keeps going from August-September to Halloween in October to Thanksgiving and then Christmas. Ah, it’s just a wonderful time of year. Right?
Another reason it’s my all time favorite is that it’s a DIY/crafters (ME) dream season! So many fun projects, food, and gifts. I could just go on and on all day about why I love this time of year! But I won’t I’ll just share with you this fun treat your kids, grandkids, neighborhood kids, well any kids and adults will just love them.
It’s so simple and easy (my favorite) and perfect for those treat bags for school parties. Ok friends, here we go.
Frankenstein rice Krispies Halloween treats
1 package (10 oz) marshmallows creme
4 cups jet-puffed miniature marshmallows
6 cups rice Krispies cereal
3 tablespoons butter
green food coloring
In large sauce pan melt butter on low heat add marshmallows and stir until completely melted now
Add in your green food coloring
I used about half a bottle of food coloring.
Until I got the perfect shade of Frankenstein green.
Now add in your Rice Krispies cereal and stir until covered well.
- Then add mixture into a 13x9x 2-inch pan that’s covered with wax paper.
- Press firmly to even out Rice Krispies mixture.
Once cool cut into even square.
This icing tube was perfect with these tips. (I’ll add the link below)
The tip just screwed right onto the icing so I didn’t even need an icing bag.
Amazing! Plus less clean up.
You can now add your black icing and candy eyes.
Somehow I didn’t get a picture of this part. But I’m sure you can handle that one on your own. 🙂
And there you go!
You now have a very simple and easy Halloween treat all the kids will love!
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