These Frankenstein cupcakes are an adorable, non-scary, and really easy Halloween cupcake. Join me as I share this fun Halloween treat!
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Halloween Movie Night (Non-Scary Ideas)
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These Frankenstein cupcakes are absolutely adorable, aren’t they? I love that they are perfect for the kids who just can’t do gross and scary Halloween. Speaking of a non-scary Halloween…
Non-Scary Halloween Movie Ideas
Putting together a non-scary Halloween is easy and fun. With the kid-friendly Halloween crafts we share on Pinterest, you can round out a great night. Start with:
- Halloween Shadow Puppets
- Easy Halloween Tic-Tac-Toe from Felt
- Monster Wreath (100% scare-free and done in 10-minutes)
If you’re looking for a movie, a few of our favorite non-scary Halloween movies are:
- Halloween Town
- Hotel Transylvania
- Monster House
If you’re going to show the kids Casper (which is adorable, by the way), you might want to make these easy ghost cupcakes. It takes less than 10-minutes to make the decorations and icing – EASY!
But let’s get back to these Frankenstein treats, shall we?
Ingredients for Frankenstein Cupcakes
I’m starting with a boxed chocolate cake mix, but feel free to use your own recipe. This makes about 12-14 large cupcakes.
- 1 box chocolate cake mix (and ingredients such as eggs, oil, and water) and liners
- chocolate frosting
- green fondant (we got ours here) and a rolling pin
- large candy eyes
- black and red icing (we just used premade icing tubes like these – they make it easy!)
- tips for decorating and a piping bag
- 2.75-inch round cookie or biscuit cutter
How to Make Frankenstein Cupcakes
- Bake the cupcakes per the package instructions and set aside to cool completely. Once cool, generously frost them with chocolate icing. :)
- Roll out the green fondant to about 1/8th-inch thick (if sticky, use powdered sugar on the rolling pin and surface). Cut into circles using the round cutter and place on top of the frosted cupcakes.
- Use frosting to attach the candy eyes and create hair, mouth, and a scar with icing.
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