Frankenstein Rice Krispies Treats

Frankenstein Rice Krispies Treats

You'll love making and eating these delicious Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treats.

This past weekend was spent pulling out the remainder of our Halloween decorations and dressing up the house. As I've mentioned before, I'm a big fan of Halloween. I think of it as a guilt-free excuse to dress up in outlasdish costumes and eat tons of sweet treats. Plus, I love seeing kiddos in their adorable Halloween costumes.

I look for any excuse to create some festive Halloween Treats. Which is exactly what I did in my down-time this weekend. These Frankenstien Rice Krispie Treats are super easy to make, taste delicious, and are a fun addition to any Halloween party you may be hosting or attending.


1 pkg. Rice Krispies Treats
1 pkg. Black Licorice Pieces
1 Can White Frosting
Green Food Coloring
Decorating Gel—Black and Red
Round Google Eyeballs


Mix a few drops of green coloring into the frosting and frost the top of each rice krispie treat.

Next, cut the licorice pieces into about ¼ inch rounds so you have two for each head. Cut 12 licorice pieces in half lengthwise so you have 24 pieces of hair. Lay 3 pieces of licorice hair at the top of each treat, and press 2 eyeballs on each one.

Draw a little red scar above one eyeball with the red gel, and draw a mouth on each with the black gel. Put a dab of frosting on each bolt and press one on each side of the treats so that they line up about where the eyeballs are.

Allow the Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treats to dry, and then plate or package for transportation. Enjoy your spooky little treats!

Do you have any fun Halloween treats that you make every year? Feel free to drop a link below for a possible feature. As always, if you loved this recipe, feel free to RETWEET to share with friends and followers, or REPIN to save for later.

If you're looking for more Halloween related recipes, decor ideas, free printables, or tips on keeping your kiddos safe during trick-or-treating, be sure to check out my Halloween archives!

Until next time,

These Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treats are easy to make, and fun to eat!

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