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Twix Halloween Monsters

Learn how to make little Chocolate Twix Halloween Monsters including Frankenstein's Monster, Mummies and Witch Fingers with a few simple ingredients!
Twin Halloween Monsters - A fun and easy way to decorate candy bars for Halloween.

Hi Bold Bakers!

Are you ready for Halloween? No matter if you need last minute party ideas or you want a night of family Halloween fun then I have just the Little Monsters for you!

You can create Frankenstein’s Monster, Witch Fingers and Mummies just like these with a candy bar and a few simple ingredients.

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What you need to make these Twix Halloween Monsters:

Melted White Chocolate

Fun Size Twix

Black Icing

Red Icing

Yellow and White Sprinkles

Slivered Almonds

Green food coloring

Edible Yellow marker (optional)

 

Halloween Monsters made with candy bars are a fantastic way to get creative this Halloween. There is always an abundance of candy around for the Holidays. Rather than just eating them one after the other, get crafty and create these cute halloween characters.

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These Halloween Monsters are perfect for little hands and they make a great night of family fun.

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Mummies: Pipe melted white chocolate back and forth over the candy bar. The ‘messier’ it is the better it will look. While the chocolate is still wet, place on the white sprinkles for the eyes. Draw a black dot for the eye ball in the middle. And now you can make an army of Twix Mummies!

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Witch Fingers: Dip the candy bar in melted white chocolate colored with green food coloring. Shake off excess chocolate. While the chocolate is wet, color the slivered almond with the edible yellow marker and then lay it on the tip of the candy bar. To create a wrinkled witch finger, run a spoon over the chocolate while it is still wet to give it texture. Once the chocolate has dried, draw on the “bloody” red icing on the bottom of the finger for extra gore.

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Frankenstein’s Monster: Dip the candy bar half way in melted white chocolate that has had green food dye added to it. Let the chocolate set for 10 minutes. With the black, icing draw on his hair and mouth with jagged lines. Draw on dots with the icing and stick on the yellow sprinkles. Draw eye pupils on for a scary effect. For the finishing touch, stick on black sprinkles to the side of the candy bar for Frankenstein’s bolts. It’s Alive!!!

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caitlyn telford
caitlyn telford
5 years ago

I’m Irish so I’m not sure where to get the sprinkles so I was wondering if you can use anything else to fill in for the sprinkles

aatikah
aatikah
5 years ago

can u plzz make a chocolate cheesecake without whipping cream and gelatin

aatikah
aatikah
5 years ago

can u plzz make cheesecake without whipping cream and gelatin?

Baking Queen
Baking Queen
5 years ago

This video is soo amazing.

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