Halloween Cookie Pops Tutorial

    Posted by  ·  October 18, 2011

    If you are looking for a no-bake Halloween treat, here is an idea for Frankenstein Cookie Pops.

    Supplies for Frankenstein Cookie Pops

    Vienna Fingers Original Cookies

    Green Candy Melts

    Black Candy Melts

    Candy Eyes (1/2 inch or 3/8 inch)

    Sucker Sticks

    Black Candy Writer

    How to make Frankenstein cookie pops

    Melt about 1 cup green candy coating discs in a microwave safe bowl. Melt the candy coating for 15 seconds, stir, microwave another 15 seconds, stir, microwave 15 seconds and then continue stirring until all pieces are melted.

    Carefully separate cookies. Dip sucker stick into candy coating

    Place sucker stick on cookie and place another cookie on top. Place the inside of the cookie facing out for the front so it is smoother. Firmly (but carefully) press cookies together. Allow candy coating to set before proceeding.


    Spoon candy coating over cookie, smooth and remove excess with back of the spoon. Allow to dry.  Cookies can be placed on wax paper to dry.

    Dip top of cookie in black candy coating to make hair.

    Place candy writer in a glass filled with hot water. Once candy coating has become liquid inside the tube add details to the cookie pop. Use a dab of the candy coating to attach the eyes.


    You can make ghost cookie pops with white candy coating and Nutter Butter Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies!

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    1. Marci
      Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012
      These are so cute! Now I can't wait for Halloween! BTW, I posted more no-bake cake and cookie pop ideas on my blog. Enjoy!
    2. Thursday, October 20th, 2011
      This is just so cute.. I'm going to have to make this for my kids class..
    3. Wednesday, October 19th, 2011
      Very cute! Would look precious with a hand stamped tag!
    4. Wednesday, October 19th, 2011
      These are darling! And you make them look so easy to make.
    5. Tuesday, October 18th, 2011
      OMG these are awesome! Thanks so much for the tutorial! It will be much easier than baking and dealing with the cake pop mess!
    6. Tuesday, October 18th, 2011
      This is TOTALLY fabulous wonderful and AMAZING! I must do this for my kids!
    7. Tuesday, October 18th, 2011
      So cute! Now if only the grandson's were closer...
    8. Tuesday, October 18th, 2011
      my goodness! this looks like a process so i think it would be really fun to do it with the kids :) super cute!

    9. Tuesday, October 18th, 2011
      I LOVE these! I must make the nutterbutter ghost pops. They look delicious and so cute! Thanks again Cindy :)
      - Melissa