Just for Halloween: 3 Deliciously Scary Cake Pops Recipes (no bake). Photo: Shutterstock Just for Halloween: 3 Deliciously Scary Cake Pops Recipes (no bake). Photo: Shutterstock

Just for Halloween: 3 Deliciously Scary Cake Pops Recipes (no bake)

Halloween's just around the corner! Try these delicious (and scary) cakes the whole family will love.

Three easy Cake Pops recipes to celebrate a tasty and scary Halloween! Without the oven and the heart of Nutella and muffin.

CAKE POPS

Ingredients to 20 Cake Pops

What do you need?

Recipe: The preparation is so easy. First, you are going to crumble the muffins with your hands and leave them in a bowl. Add the Nutella to the crumbs (for every three tablespoons of crumbs, add 1 tablespoon of Nutella). Stir, helping with your hands until it forms a homogeneous dough.

Take a tray and cover it with greaseproof paper. With the help of a spoon, form balls with the dough, all of the equal size, and place them on the tray.

You are going to give some balls a rectangular shape to form the head of Frankenstein. In other balls, add some small ears for the bats.

Then, put the tray in the fridge for an hour and a half so that the dough sets.

When you remove it from the fridge, click the sticks in the cake pops, and now ... let's decorate!

Knowing kids, they love to bite the heads off their sweet treats.

Delicious Frankenstein
Melt the white chocolate chips in a double boiler or the microwave and when ready, add a few drops of green food coloring. Dip each of the Frankenstein's heads in the green icing and let them cool by poking them into the white cork.

In another bowl, melt the milk chocolate. Once dry, dip the cake pops back into the milk chocolate just to form Frankenstein's hair. Let it dry and then with the help of a stick decorate the eyes, mouth, and scars.

Halloween Cake Pops that are almost too cute to eat.

Tasty bats
Clip the bats' wings. Run the heads through the milk chocolate and place the wings on the sides. Let dry and decorate the eyes with white and dark chocolate, and the wings.

These Halloween Cake Pops are made with Nutella

Funny vampires
In a bowl, melt the white chocolate and dip the vampire's heads. While drying, melt the milk chocolate. Then apply the chocolate with milk to form the hair.

When it's dry, decorate the eyes and mouth with a stick. You can make the fangs from white chocolate.

Have fun creating your own monsters!

Peter O Brien

Peter started out his professional life as a restaurant critic but ended up moving to the kitchen, realizing that his passion didn’t only lie in tasting the food, but MAKING it. Follow his delicious recipes, as well as useful articles about the many benefits healthy and delicious food will bring to your life.+ info

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