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Frankenstein Nutter Butter Cookies

Some of my favorite Halloween memories from growing up were hanging out with the family watching monster movies. My favorite, by and far, was Young Frankenstein. Okay, so maybe not ‘exactly’ a monster movie, but I was young and didn’t understand everything that was going on in that one… Now some of my favorite memories are sharing monster movies with the youngsters in my life. This year, before we plug in Hotel Transylvania or Frankenweenie, we’ll be making these Frankenstein Nutter Butter Cookies. By and far these are the cutest Frankstein’s monsters you’ll ever see, and you and the kids will have so much fun bringing them to ‘life’. Enjoy!

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What You Need To Make Frankenstein Nutter Butter Cookies:

How To Make Frankenstein Nutter Butter Cookies:

Melt the green candy melts according to the package directions.  

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While your green candy melts are getting ready, set up your space.  Tear off a piece of parchment paper to cover your counter space.  Parchment paper is really important because nothing will stick to it!  

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Coat most of the front of the Nutter Butter cookie in the green candy melts.  Set on the parchment paper to set.  

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Melt the brown candy melts according to the package.

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Once melted, dip the uncoated side.  This will become the hair.  For Frankenstein, you will only need a bit of hair.  For the Bride of Frankenstein, dip about a third of the Nutter Butter into the brown candy melts.  

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Using the decorating gel, place a dot on the back of the candy eyes and put into place.  

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For Frankenstein, add a black pearl candy nose and draw on with the black decorating gel a smile and scar.  

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For the Bride of Frankenstein, use a heart sprinkle for her mouth.  Using the white decorating gel, draw some squiggly lines through her hair.  

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Let sit until hardened.  

Frankenstein Cookies

Frankenstein Cookies

Frankenstein Nutter Butter Cookies

These Frankenstein Nutter Butter Cookies are the perfect Halloween cookie for any monster film fan. They truly are 'lively' fun.

Ingredients

  • Nutter Butter Cookies
  • Green Candy Melts
  • Dark Brown Candy Melts
  • Candy Eyes
  • Heart Sprinkles
  • Black Pearl Candies
  • White Decorating Gel
  • Black Decorating Gel
  • Parchment Paper

Instructions

  1. Melt the green candy melts according to the package directions.
  2. While your green candy melts are getting ready, set up your space. Tear off a piece of parchment paper to cover your counter space. Parchment paper is really important because nothing will stick to it!
  3. Coat most of the front of the Nutter Butter cookie in the green candy melts. Set on the parchment paper to set.
  4. Melt the brown candy melts according to the package.
  5. Once melted, dip the uncoated side. This will become the hair. For Frankenstein, you will only need a bit of hair. For the Bride of Frankenstein, dip about a third of the Nutter Butter into the brown candy melts.
  6. Using the decorating gel, place a dot on the back of the candy eyes and put into place.
  7. For Frankenstein, add a black pearl candy nose and draw on with the black decorating gel a smile and scar.
  8. For the Bride of Frankenstein, use a heart sprinkle for her mouth. Using the white decorating gel, draw some squiggly lines through her hair.
  9. Let sit until hardened.

Want more delicious and fun Nutter Butter Halloween Cookies? Check out our Bats and Ghosts by clicking the pictures below!

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cat @ Pocketful of Posies

Tuesday 13th of October 2015

Super cute easy idea for a Halloween party! Thank you for sharing at Dream. Create. Inspire. Link!

Cat

Vickie @Vickie's Kitchen and Garden

Friday 9th of October 2015

How cute and not any where near as hard to do as I imagined. Thanks for sharing at the #HomeMattersParty

Jamie

Friday 9th of October 2015

Right? They are my favorite because I can make like 900 of them.

Logan Can

Monday 5th of October 2015

These are so stinkin' cute! I am loving all the Frankensteins this year! I made a Frankenstein Guacamole dip a couple of weeks ago and now my son is so into them! haha

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