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Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops

Hi guys, I worked on a small project this past weekend and I think you all will “Love” them.  What did I make? “Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops!”  these Halloween cuties, would be perfect for any Halloween party, gathering, or to make with the kids, or to take to your child’s classroom Halloween party. 

How To:

These Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops are so simple to make. You take marshmallows and dip them in melted green candy chocolates as well as chocolate mint or regular chocolate candy melts for the hair.
I also used Wiltons Glittery Gel for the scar, face, and bolts! My kids were in heaven. TIP after you dip them in the green chocolate place them in fridge for 12 min. then dip just the tops in the chocolate and again place in fridge for 12 mins. finish with the face.

and here are the Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops!

Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops
Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops
Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops
Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops
Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops

…and below are my original Frankenstein marshmallow pops, the first ones I ever made. The newer ones above, I made because A- they are as cute as can be, B- because they are so simple and my kids adore them, and C- because I wanted better higher resolution photos.

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Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops
Thanks for stopping in today.
Hugs, jen

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58 thoughts on “Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops

  1. i’ve got the perfect project to link up this week! but for now i have got to go to bed. too bad i can’t have a midnight snack of those little frankies before i do. that was such a tease. hope you are well. 🙂 sydney

  2. I came to tell you how PRECIOUS your monster pops are, and then I discovered your whole blog is precious, AND you have a linky party! Yay! I’m following, and linking along now! I can’t wait to explore further!

  3. Adorable! and love all the links. My co-editor forwarded to me (those monster brownies) and I posted a link on my Edible Crafts column at craftgossip. (ediblecrafts.craftgossip.com)

  4. Wow! love them.

    Your projects are amazing and so inspiring, cant wait to give the Frankies a try.

    Have posted them on my blog with a link back to you, hope thats ok.

  5. For the Frankenstein Pops, what kind of green candy did you melt down to coat the marshmallow? I am excited to use these for a playgroup party I’m hosting next week. Thanks for the fantastic idea!

  6. Love these Frankenpops! I’m including these in a mega Halloween Treats round up post on my blog this month : )
    Jaimee @ craft-interrupted.blogspot.com

      1. Did you use white chocolate and dye it green with food coloring or do they have green? Also, how did you keep it so smooth where there isn’t any excess chocolate runs?

        1. Hi Randi, They were green candy melts (chocolates) you can find on baking isles. You just melt them, and dip. Thanks Jen

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