Frankenstein and His Bride Marshmallow Pops

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It’s the beginning of September so we are allowed to start sharing Halloween fun food ideas right?? We always love making Halloween goodies and had a blasts making these super easy Frankenstein and his Bride Marshmallow Pops today! These would be cute to take in for class parties at school and give Frankenstein to the boys & The Bride of Frankenstein to the girls.

Frankenstein and his Bride Marshmallow Pops Ingredients

How to Make Frankenstein and his Bride Marshmallow Pops

  1. To make Frank you want to take a square s’mores marshmallow and lightly spray it green with the edible spray. Then push it on a decorative straw.
  2. For The Bride of Frankenstein you want to put 2 square marshmallow together and push them both on a straw.
  3. Melt your chocolate coating on low heat in the microwave for 1 minute. Dip the top of the marshmallows in the melted candy coating. Just the tip for Frank and the whole top marshmallow for his bride.
  4. Attach on the edible eyes, mini green M&M’s on with a little bit of chocolate.
  5. Make the eye brows and mouths by using a toothpick with the melted chocolate.
  6. Use white cookie icing for the brides hair.
  7. You can let them dry standing up in small glass.

We had so much fun making these and they are easy enough for the kids to decorate themselves!

Frankenstein and his Bride Marshmallow Pops
Frankenstein and his Bride Marshmallow Pops

Here are my 2 older boys with their Frankenstein and Bride Marshmallows….

Frankenstein and his Bride Marshmallow Pops

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11 comments on “Frankenstein and His Bride Marshmallow Pops”

  1. Tracy @ Daily Dish Magazine

    This is really a cute idea! It would bring a smile to anyones face and help them get in the mood for the festivities that are approaching!

  2. Brenda @ SweetSimpleStuff

    September is not early … check out the stores … they make me feel like I'm running behind ๐Ÿ˜‰

  3. Aida@thecraftingfoodie

    September is definitely not too early to be starting on Halloween themed treats! I love both of these treats, and the best part is that they're so easy! I've never tried coloring marshmallows with food color spray. Brilliant!

  4. Beth Jackson Klosterboer

    Absolutely! I'm happy to see Halloween already and your marshmallow pops are so much fun.

    Beth @ HungryHappenings.com

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