Frankenstein Monster – Creepy but yummy

These delicious scary little monsters are the perfect present for every Halloween party! By the way, the recipe is from Cara, who owns the english blog Fork&Beans
  • Passive time: 20 m

Ingredients

For the crispy part
  • 1 tsp. butter_en like Alsan
  • 2 cups vegan marshmellows e.g. Sweet & Sara
  • 4 cups wholemeal rice puffed
  • 5 drops vegan food colouring in green
For hair/mouth
  • 1 cup Bio VeganzStrawberry-Crisp melted
  • 2 tbsp. chocolate sprinkles
For the eyes
  • 1 tbsp. non-hydrogenated shortening
  • ½ cups powder sugar
  • 12 chocolate chips
For the screws on the side
  • 6 in marshmellows each cuthalf

Instructions

  • Place baking paper on an 8x8 frying pan.

  • In a medium sized pot, melt the vegan butter and marshmellows together, stirring constantly at medium heat.

  • After the butter and the marshmellows are melted, take the pot of the stove and mix in the green food colour.

  • Add the brown rice crisps and mix everything together with the content of the frying pan and make it smooth. Let it cool for 5 minutes and cut into 6 rectangular pieces.

  • Place a wooden ice cream stick on the candy. 1/4 of Frankenstein will be covered with melted chocolate. Quickly add some chocolate sprinkles on top. The leftovers of the melted chocolate should be filled in a small plastic bag with a small slot on the bottom; this makes it easier to create the mouth of Frankenstein.

  • Mix the shortening with powder sugar and whisk until creamy. With a careful handling and the right tools, you can easily create the eyes.

  • The small chocolate crisps resemble the iris of the eye. Finally, add 2 marshmellow pieces as screws and place all the Frankensteins in the fridge. After 10 minutes, Frankenstein is ready to eat and can be enjoyed!

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