Monday, October 29, 2012

11 of our Frankenstein Fun Food Ideas!


My oldest had a birthday last week and had a few friends over to celebrate.  This is the first year that I haven't had a big party for him. I told him that we could make a few fun food snacks and goodies for his friends and he wanted a Frankenstein theme. We came up with these Fun Frankenstein Food ideas and the kids loved them!

We made these simple FrankenTwinkie Treats and these were the biggest hit! We used Betty Crocker black cookie frosting for the hair.  We used green cookie frosting to make the mouth and eyebrows.  We attached green jelly beans for the electrodes and a mini M&M for the nose using the green cookie frosting.  Super easy!


We made Frankenfruit using green grapes for the face and dark grapes to make the hair and other details.  We cut a large marshmallow in half to make the eyes.


We wanted to offer something healthy so we made Frankenveggies! We used broccoli for the hair and cucumbers for the face.  We used carrots for the edges.


We came up with this Frankenstein Chips & Dip using blue chips for the hair and guacamole for the face.  We used sour cream to make the eyes and black olives for other details. Your kids are going to LOVE this Frankenmole & it's a great way to get them to eat avocados!


We made a simple Frankencake making a chocolate 9x13 cake and decorating with green tinted frosting. We used dark chocolate frosting for the hair.  We used green Tootsie Rolls to make his electrodes and cut a large marshmallow in half for his eyes.  We cut green sour straws for the eyebrows and mouth.  We used mini M&M's for the eyes and nose.


Here is our display..nothing fancy, but a hit with the kids!


Here are some other Fun Frankenstein Food ideas that we have come up with in the past....














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3 comments:

  1. What a fantastic collection of Halloween foods! Really love the chip and dip idea :)

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  2. Too much fun! Love all these great ideas! Thank you so much for sharing your creativity at Mom On Timeout. Hope to see you back tonight!

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  3. I LOVE each and every treat here! Thanks for sharing this on Living Creative Thursday. I've featured you today: http://www.livinglocurto.com/2013/10/halloween-party/

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