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Frankenstein Twinkies Pops

A classic favorite, Twinkies are given a Halloween makeover with these Frankenstein Twinkies Pops!

Frankenstein Twinkies Pops

A classic favorite, Twinkies are given a #Halloween makeover with these Frankenstein Twinkies Pops! A step by step tutorial - http://www.ThisSillyGirlsLife.com

Aren’t these just adorable?! I love making cute treats with everyday products. Who doesn’t love a twinkie?! Put it on a stick, add some candy coating and a few embellishments and BAM a super cute Halloween treat!

Frankenstein Twinkies Pops
 
 
Ingredients
  • Twinkies
  • Bright Green Candiquick
  • Black Candiquick
  • Brown M&M's
  • Candy Eyeballs
  • Cake pop sticks
Instructions
  1. Unwrap desired amount of Twinkies and carefully insert cake pop sticks about half way up the Twinkie. Melt bright green candiquick per the instructions on the bag. Dip or use a spoon to coat each Twinkie. Place on a sheet tray lined with parchment paper or a silicone mat. Let harden.
  2. Melt a small amount of the black candiquick and dip the top ⅛th of the Twinkies in for "hair". Place back on the lined sheet tray and let harden again.
  3. Taking two brown M&M's per twinkie, place a little dot of melted black candiquick on the side with the "M" and place on the lower ¼th of the Twinkie by the stick for the bolts on Frankenstein's neck. Let harden.
  4. Taking the left over melted black candiquick, place in a piping bag with a very small tip. Place two small dots of candiquick where you want the eyes to go and place the candy eyeballs on top. Embellish the rest of Frankenstein's features like hair, nose, a mouth and a large cut in forehead. Let harden completely, serve and enjoy!

Step by Step Directions

Unwrap desired amount of Twinkies and carefully insert cake pop sticks about half way up the Twinkie. Melt bright green candiquick per the instructions on the bag.

Unwrap desired amount of Twinkies and carefully insert cake pop sticks about half way up the Twinkie. Melt bright green candiquick per the instructions on the bag.

Dip or use a spoon to coat each Twinkie. Place on a sheet tray lined with parchment paper or a silicone mat. Let harden. Melt a small amount of the black candiquick and dip the top 1/8th of the Twinkies in for "hair". Place back on the lined sheet tray and let harden again.

Dip or use a spoon to coat each Twinkie. Place on a sheet tray lined with parchment paper or a silicone mat. Let harden.
Melt a small amount of the black candiquick and dip the top 1/8th of the Twinkies in for “hair”.

Place back on the lined sheet tray and let harden again.

Place back on the lined sheet tray and let harden again.

Taking two brown M&M's per twinkie, place a little dot of melted black candiquick on the side with the "M" and place on the lower 1/4th of the Twinkie by the stick for the bolts on Frankenstein's neck.

Taking two brown M&M’s per twinkie, place a little dot of melted black candiquick on the side with the “M” and place on the lower 1/4th of the Twinkie by the stick for the bolts on Frankenstein’s neck.

Let harden.

Let harden.

A classic favorite, Twinkies are given a #Halloween makeover with these Frankenstein Twinkies Pops! A step by step tutorial - http://www.ThisSillyGirlsLife.com

Taking the left over melted black candiquick, place in a piping bag with a very small tip. Place two small dots of candiquick where you want the eyes to go and place the candy eyeballs on top. Embellish the rest of Frankenstein’s features like hair, nose, a mouth and a large cut in forehead.

A classic favorite, Twinkies are given a #Halloween makeover with these Frankenstein Twinkies Pops! A step by step tutorial - http://www.ThisSillyGirlsLife.com

Let harden completely, serve and enjoy!

Aren’t these just adorable?! And quite tasty, I might add.

A classic favorite, Twinkies are given a #Halloween makeover with these Frankenstein Twinkies Pops! A step by step tutorial - http://www.ThisSillyGirlsLife.com

A classic favorite, Twinkies are given a #Halloween makeover with these Frankenstein Twinkies Pops! A step by step tutorial - http://www.ThisSillyGirlsLife.com

I think my favorite part are the little bolts on the neck, cute!

A classic favorite, Twinkies are given a #Halloween makeover with these Frankenstein Twinkies Pops! A step by step tutorial - http://www.ThisSillyGirlsLife.com

Sorry I’m just a touch obsessed, LOL! What do you think? Will you little monster love these too?!

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16 Wonderful Comments

  1. avatar
    September 16, 2014

    OMGosh I can’t wait to make these for my son’s class.

  2. avatar
    September 16, 2014

    LOVE your collection! Featured on my fb page for my readers to come by and see your amazing link at Wonderful Wed. Blog Hop. Please come again next week. Carrie, A Mother’s Shadow

  3. avatar
    Noreen says:
    September 16, 2014

    Your Frankie pop is such a clever idea! All these treats are so fun for a Halloween party!

  4. avatar
    Elizabeth says:
    September 17, 2014

    Now these are some of my favs!! Love the Frankensteins!! Thanks and pinning!

  5. avatar
    Cheri says:
    September 18, 2014

    I forwared this to my DIL… she has 4 kids and they do up Halloween! They will love it!. Followed you from Artsy Linky

  6. avatar
    September 19, 2014

    I really love your collection, your Frankie pops are so cute and look yummy too!!

  7. avatar
    September 19, 2014

    Frankenstein never looked so cute! Great party idea. Pinning them on my Halloween board! Swinging by from #purebloglove

  8. avatar
    Maria says:
    September 19, 2014

    These are adorable!! How fun!

  9. avatar
    September 20, 2014

    Hi there! Wanted to let you know that I chose your post to be featured as one of my favorites on this week’s Wednesday Whatsits post. It will be published Tuesday at 8pm PST. Be sure to stop by and keep submitting! Thanks!!! Krissy

  10. avatar
    Kim @ This Ole Mom says:
    September 21, 2014

    ok where can I start…I have never seen anything that you have posted that I don’t like. You’re very talented!! I love all these cute Halloween treats !! The twinkies are too cute and the pop tarts are so creative!!!!!!
    Have a lovely evening! Kim @ This Ole Mom

  11. avatar
    Molly Young says:
    September 21, 2014

    Love these! They are so cute, can’t wait to make them. Thanks for sharing the idea.

  12. avatar
    Bobbi says:
    September 22, 2014

    I feel so weird going around saying that mummies, zombies and now frankensteins are so cute. What is the world coming to? LOL

    These are so cute and very creative. Wish I had your creative mind!
    Pinning it!
    Thanks for sharing 😉

  13. avatar
    Kimberly says:
    September 22, 2014

    This looks so amazing! Yum! Pinned. Thank you for being a part of our party. I hope to see you tonight at 7 pm. We love partying with you! http://loulougirls.blogspot.com/
    Happy Monday! Lou Lou Girls

  14. avatar
    Jillian says:
    September 26, 2014

    Ah-dorable, Pinning! Thanks for linking up to the DIY Inspired Link Party! 🙂

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