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As you all know I love playing in the kitchen-especially when it comes to kids treats! I have a super fun and easy Frankenstein graham cracker treat today. My little guy loved him! We don’t do the creepy side of Halloween. I don’t like the dark and I don’t like spiders or creepy crawly things but I do enjoy ghosts, Frankenstein and Jack-O-lanterns when they have a cute face 🙂 These graham crackers came together super quickly which is a must have when creating with kids. As much as kids love to create and bake they tend to get bored after awhile so quick treats with minimal mess is always a plus!
Chocolate Graham Crackers
Green Edible Gel or green icing ( found in the cake decorating section at Craft Stores)
Wilton Candy Eyes
1. Spread your gel/icing on your graham cracker. I loved how the green gel I used had a shimmer glitter affect! It added a little special touch to the treat.
2. Sprinkle your sprinkles on the top of your graham cracker for Frankenstein hair.
3. Use a small sprinkle for the smile of Frankenstein. Add candy eyes.
These graham cracker treats would be so fun to make as ghosts and pumpkins too! All you would need to do is change out the color of your icing and add some different colored sprinkles.
These graham crackers would be perfect for a fun Halloween party. I plan on making these for a little costume party that I will be hosting for my boys and their buddies. Creating fun treats doesn’t have to be difficult or time consuming! All you need are a few simple ingredients and a bit of imagination!
For more Halloween kid ideas you definitely need to check out these fun treats!
Tina Holler says
I plan to make these with my second graders. We have just finished reading the book Crankinstein and will use these as a follow up activity. Thanks for the great activity.
How fun! Thanks so much for telling me! I hope your students have a blast!
how adorable. my daughter could make these. would love if you shared on our kidsinthekitchen linky http://lookwhatmomfound.com/2014/10/spicy-oatmeal-raisin-butterscotch-cookies-kidsinthekitchen.html
Judi Gant says
What a terrific idea. Made them using chocolate covered graham crackers and canned vanilla icing tinted with green gel food coloring. Thanks so much for this clever idea!! Pictured on my Facebook page if you would like to see.
Shareba @ In Search Of Yummy-ness says
This is such a cute snack! I’m with you, I’m not a fan of the super dark Halloween stuff. I love cute/crafty Halloween stuff though! I’ve pinned to to my Halloween board 🙂
Cindy Hasko says
Hi Katie. I found your site on Instagram. You have such a great blog and such YUMMY stuff!! I cannot wait to read more later. I just showed my 3 year old son these cookies and his eyes opened wide. We may just have to make them. They are so cool!! Perfect for Halloween!! It’s always awesome to meet another friend in Christ too, yay! I hope to stay in touch. Have a beautiful day!! 🙂 Cindy from http://www.inspirememama.com
Amy W. says
I even just made candy eyes that these would be PERFECT for!
Amy W. says
These are simply adorable!!! My boys would flip over them!
Katie, what fun graham crackers! I never would have thought to decorate them this way! 😀
Janice Swingle says
Very cool!!! You never cease to amaze me with the things you come up with that are so cute!
Well thank you 😉
Thanks so much Marilyn! My little guy loved him!