Halloween desserts: Frankenstein Popsicles
Just because summer is over doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy popsicles in the fall. My kids love popsicles so I thought why not make some halloween desserts inspired on popsicles. I wasn’t sure how they would turn out since usually when you make popsicles you just freeze your mixture and hours later they are ready to eat. To make a Frankenstein face, though, I had to decorate these after (right before eating) but they still came out cute. Here’s what you need:
-1 box of Jell-O Vanilla Instant Pudding
-2 cups of milk
-Green food coloring
-Chocolate Fudge (hard shell)
1. In a mixing bowl, follow directions stated on Jell-O box.
2. Add about 4 drops of the food coloring and mix well.
3. Pour mixture in molds and freeze for 4-5 hours or overnight.
4. Dip mold in warm water for about 30-45 seconds to release popsicles.
5. Put them on a plate and with a popsicle stick add the chocolate fudge (hard shell) for the hair, eyes, and mouth.
6. While the chocolate is still wet, add the candy eyes and you’re done.
*This is the popsicle mold I use. Currently on sale for half off (includes a recipe booklet) and I buy my sticks from the Dollar Tree.
There are so many different Halloween treats all over Pinterest yet I was surprised not to see any cold treats. So I thought these would be the perfect addition to a fun, yummy, Halloween treat. They turned out to be very creamy and delicious. I really hope you all try them.
Autor: Arleene Mendoza