If you want a super quick and easy but very cool Halloween dessert, these Frankenstein Fingers are it!
It's only 4 ingredients and when you pop them in the fridge they can be ready to eat within minutes.
How to Make Frankenstein Fingers
These cool dipped pretzels are the perfect spooky snack for your kiddos. They will love how creepy they look and their friends will all be begging for one too!
To start with, you need the following items —
- Pretzel Rods
- Wilton Bright White Candy Melts
- vegetable oil
- Food Coloring (I used Adams) in green and yellow
- Slivered Almonds
Start by melting your white candy melts. Once you get them melted, they will be super thick, so use the vegetable oil or coconut oil to thin it out a little.
You want it to be thin enough to coat the pretzel rod, but thick enough to look like fingers. Now, add in your food coloring until you get the right consistency.
Start with green and then add some yellow to lighten it up. Once you do, put it in a deep glass. Take your pretzel rod and swirl it around until you coat the rod about halfway up.
Place on a silicone baking mat to let the coating chocolate harden a bit.
While it is hardening, add a slivered almond to the top to create a fingernail.
Once the coating hardens almost all the way, all you need to do is add some knuckles. Look at your own fingers and decide where the lines will go. It takes around 3 for each knuckle.
Now, let it finish drying completely. Once it does, you can move them to a jar for snack time later, or in a lunch box. I mean, what kid would not think this is the coolest snack on the planet??
Check out these other fun Halloween recipes
- Halloween Candy Corn Punch
- Mummy Cake Pops
- Eyeball Monster Cookies
- Coffin Fondue Dippers
- Hocus Pocus Potion
- Creepy Cauldron Cupcakes
- Mummy Dogs
- Bloody Bones
- 20 pretzel rods
- 2 bags of Wilton Bright White Candy Melts
- 1/4 cup of vegetable oil (more or less for thinning)
- green food coloring
- yellow food coloring
- Slivered Almonds for fingernails
- Melt the chocolate candy according to package directions. Add a few drops of green and yellow food coloring until you get the green color you are wanting.
- Add the vegetable oil to thin it. You may need more and you may need less.
- Coat the pretzel rods about halfway up.
- Take an almond and place it on the tip to create a fingernail.
- Use a toothpick to draw knuckles on our rods and then allow them to dry completely.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 70Total Fat: 4gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 124mgCarbohydrates: 9gFiber: 0gSugar: 0gProtein: 1g