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Cute, not creepy, these Frankenstein Marshmallow pops just scream Halloween and are super easy to create.  They make a perfect activity for any Halloween party.  Just set up an assembly line and let the kids have a blast making their own monsters! 

Prep time
Plan for

Allow Icing to dry completely.

24 pops
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Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops
Confectioners Powdered Sugar
Prep time :
Plan For

Allow Icing to dry completely.

Yield :
24 pops



  1. Measure 2 cups powdered sugar and sift it into mixing bowl of a stand mixer. Add egg whites and lemon juice.
  2. Using a paddle attachment on low speed, beat ingredients until just combined then mix on high speed for 7 minutes or until Royal Icing is thick and holds its shape.
  3. Divide icing into bowls. Put about 2/3 in one bowl for green icing and use 1/3 in another bowl for black icing.   
  4. Add green food coloring to bowl with 2/3 of icing, and mix until you get desired color. Slowly add water, 1 teaspoon at a time, until icing is smooth and you can dip marshmallows.
  5. Add black food coloring to other bowl of icing. Mix until you get desired color. Cover with plastic wrap, pressing plastic directly onto icing. Set aside until ready to use.
  6. Place a lollipop stick into each marshmallow. Dip marshmallows into green icing, shake off excess, and use a knife to smooth if necessary. Let icing harden completely.
  7. Once green icing is dry, attach the candy eyeballs by placing a small dot of black icing on back of each eyeball, and placing on marshmallow. Hold in place until eye adheres.
  8. Place black icing in a piping bag with a small round tip (#2 or #3). Pipe a mouth, scars, and hair on to each marshmallow pop.  Let harden completely before serving. 


Recipe developed for Imperial Sugar by Erin Sellin @Dinners, Dishes & Desserts.

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