Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treats

It’s hard to improve a Rice Krispie Treat, but if there is one way it is likely to dip the entire thing in white chocolate! These cute little monsters would be a fun surprise to stick in your child’s (or spouse’s) lunch box to brighten their Halloween.

frankentreats - Halloween Frankentreats: Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treats Recipe
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As a side note, I grew up having Rice Krispie treats that were made with Marshmallow Creme instead of regular marshmallows. I have always kind of felt that my Rice Krispie treats were completely superior to everyone else’s. As I have consulted numerous people about their Rice Krispie making habits, however, I am learning that I might be the only person who makes them with the creme.

Have you ever tried it?  If not you should give my way a try, it might take some getting used to, but they are less sticky, more pliable and completely delicious.

Thanks, Parenting Magazine

Frankentreats
 
Recipe Type: dessert
Author: www.parenting.com
Prep time: 15 mins
Total time: 15 mins
Kick your Halloween Rice Krispie treats up a notch by turning them into a monstrosity!
Ingredients
  • packaged (or homemade) Rice Krispie Treats
  • 1 cup white chocolate chips
  • 1 tablespoon shortening
  • green food coloring
  • M&M’s
  • gummy worms
  • Jujubes
  • decorative icing
Instructions
  1. Take your packaged or homemade Rice Krispie Treats and push each one onto a wooden skewer; set aside.
  2. Melt 1 cup white chocolate chips together with 1 tablespoon shortening; stir in the green food coloring.
  3. Spoon melted chocolate mixture over all sides of the treats; place on wax-paper-lined cookie sheet.
  4. Use M&M’s to create eyes and ears, a piece of gummy work for the mouth, and Jujubes for the neck bolts. Refrigerate until the chocolate has hardened, then remove from the skewers. Draw on hair and dot eyes with black decorative icing.
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3 comments

  1. Frankenstein is the mad scientist’s name who created “The Monster” in Mary Shelly’s novel. I cannot understand why it is that people keep referring to the ‘The Monster” as Frankenstein, when clearly the monster is a monster and Frankenstein is a man. “Monster Treats” would be a more appropriate title for these. .

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