Reese’s Frankenstein Cupcakes make with M&M’s, chocolate chips, sprinkles. green frosting and topped with a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup for the fabulous head of hair! Last year I made adorable Frankenstein Cupcakes and this year I wanted to make a similar type and I figured the only want to make them better was to work in one of my favorite treats… Reese’s
My Sophomore year of college was crazy. Now don’t go and get the wrong idea, I’m LDS and went to Brigham Young University in Utah so things never actually got crazy. But I sure did not have a balanced diet. There was a week where the only thing I ate were brownies and canned soup was always a staple. When it came to getting protein, steak and chicken fell off the grocery list to make room for Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups.
These white chocolate melts are made by Wilton or a ton of other companies! Any will work just fine Let them cool a little before piping them out because it will be really runny and you don’t want to make a mess, but don’t fret! It always takes me a few tries to get it right. Don’t wait long to put the M&M’s on, the melts will set quickly. Keep in mind you can make blue-eyed monsters or scary red-eyed ones.
Oh! And you’ll notice I fill my piping bag in a glass because I still haven’t been able to grow that third arm I put the bag in the glass and then fold the excess over the sides… I hope that makes sense.
So I do know that technically these are Frankenstein’s Monster, not Frankenstein. But let’s just go with it….
Scary and cute, the perfect combo for a Halloween cupcake! And these fabulous greaseproof liners are from Sweets and Treats!
Looking for another Halloween cupcake? I have tons, but these ones are extra adorable… Tombstone Cupcakes
Looking for a cake easy as pie? Try this delicious Pumpkin Cream Cheese Dump Cake! It is pumpkin pie on the bottom and a layer of crunchy/cakey goodness on top!