Frankenstein Monster – Creepy but yummy
- Passive time: 20 m
- 10.251 tsp. butter_en like Alsan
- 20.52 cups vegan marshmellows e.g. Sweet & Sara
- 414 cups wholemeal rice puffed
- 51.255 drops vegan food colouring in green
- 10.251 cup Bio VeganzStrawberry-Crisp melted
- 20.52 tbsp. chocolate sprinkles
- 10.251 tbsp. non-hydrogenated shortening
- ½0.125 ½ cups powder sugar
- 12312 chocolate chips
- 61.56 in marshmellows each cuthalf
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!