Spooky Frankenstein treats, perfect for Halloween night!

It is Halloween tomorrow and I don’t know about your kids, but mine are very excited. We’ve got up to a few things already on the run up to the big night and even though I’ve left tomorrow night’s plans a little up-in-the-air {my bad!} whatever we get up to, will still be loads of fun. I hope!

Either way, we’ll be coming home to our own little Halloween party – sparklers & all – and I rustled these spooky yet, adorably cute little Frankenstein treats especially for tomorrow nights festivities. 

I actually watched a Facebook video sharing lots of easy to make Halloween treats and these cute little guys were included – as soon as I saw them I knew I had to make my own and here they are. 

What you’ll need:

  • Mini swiss rolls
  • Dark green candy melts
  • Candy eyes
  • Candy corn
  • Purple sugars strands

The only prep you need to do is to melt your candy melts in a bowl – that’s it! And everything else is super simple which is my favourite kind of treat to make. 

How to: 

  • Dip the swiss roll into the melted candy melts
  • Dip your swiss roll, green chocolate head first into the purple sugar strands
  • Stick your candy corn into the sides of his head
  • Add your candy eyes

The result are these insanely cute & spooky Frankenstein Swiss roll treats! Perfect addition to any Halloween table! 

Whatever you get up to this Halloween, have fun, make memories and most of all, be safe!




  1. Sarah | The Urban Wanderer
    31/10/2017 / 9:29 AM

    They are so cute and really easy to make too! Where do you get candy eyes from? I’d be sticking them onto everything. I’m sure you’ll have fun, whatever you do, as you have these guys to come back to 🙂

  2. 31/10/2017 / 9:43 AM

    Oh wow you did a fantastic job there these look perfect for Halloween. I can see my children enjoying one or five of them each.

  3. 31/10/2017 / 2:02 PM

    Those are so cute – almost too cute to eat. Note I said almost.

  4. 31/10/2017 / 5:11 PM

    These are so cute! Next year I need to prepare in advance and do a Halloween buffet of scary looking snacks x

  5. erinalice
    31/10/2017 / 8:22 PM

    Those are really cute! Totally on my Halloween list for next year!

  6. 01/11/2017 / 7:47 AM

    Haha! That’s a really cool way to make such a normal treat more interesting!

  7. Shannon Spath
    27/10/2018 / 4:26 PM

    Question do you melt the chocolate on the stove or microwave snd how long do you have to let the melted chocolate sit to cool? Dont want the swiss roll to get ruined

    • 30/10/2018 / 6:21 PM

      I melt my chocolate in a bowl over the stove and I leave it for a few moments before dipping in the mini rolls. I wouldn’t worry about the mini rolls being ruined, though. They’ll be grand.

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