These Franken Treats are a fun and easy treat to make up for Halloween parties or class treats.
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Several years ago, I made these Franken Treats for our post-Trick-or-Treating treat. They are the easiest Halloween treat you could make! You can use a variety of bases, such as pound cake or graham crackers, but I have found rice cereal treats to the crowd favorite.
These Franken Treats so easy that the kids can help you make them! They will have a blast decorating their edible Frankenstein Monsters!
To make Franken Treats, you will need:
- Rice cereal treats cut into rectangles
- Green Chocolate Melts
- Celebration by Frey Googly Eyes
- Black Spirnkles
- Celebration by Frey Red Stars
- White Sixlets
Melt chocolate melts in microwave per directions on bag. Make sure you don’t overcook and burn the chocolate.
Dip rice cereal treats in the melted green chocolate and cover rice cereal treats.
Dip the tops of the rice cereal treats in black sprinkles for hair.
Finish your Franken Treats by adding Celebration by Frey Googly Eyes, a Red Star for the mouth, and two white Sixlets for his neck bolts.
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