I won’t lie, there is absolutely nothing healthy about this recipe. But gosh it tastes good and the kids love it!

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Ingredients (makes 12 large monsters)

  • 6 cups Rice Bubbles
  • 4 cups Marshmallows
  • 1 cup White chocolate
  • 3 tbsp Butter
  • Green food colouring
  • Milk chocolate and lollies

Method

  1. Combine butter and white chocolate and melt down (I use a microwave safe container and microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring each time).
  2. Add marshmallows to chocolate mixture. Stir until melted - it may need a little more heat to completely melt down.
  3. Stir in green food colouring until desired colour is reached.
  4. Transfer into a large rectangular container and flatten out to about 1 inch thick. Refrigerate for a minimum of 2 hours.
  5. Once hard and formed, slice into rectangles.
  6. To decorate - melt milk chocolate. Dip top of treat into chocolate to form hair. I then cut a mini marshmallow in half, dip in the chocolate and use that to glue eyes on. I then drew the mouth on with a black icing tube.

Notes... It may look complicated, but is soooo easy for the result you get. I recently made 50 small ones in 4 hours!

  • Love these, so awesome, great for parties

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  • Great for Halloween treats or parties.

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  • Hehe what a cool idea for a birthday party or something for older kids to have a go at making themselves :)

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  • Haha these are so cool

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  • These are brilliant! Good for the next kids’ party I think!

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  • Haha! Yum! Thanks so much for sharing! :D

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  • What a fantastic way to make rice crispies extra fun! Love it. Thanks for sharing!

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  • I intend to try making these for a 4th birthday party for one little boy who is monster crazy at the moment……except at bedtime.

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  • This cracks me up EVERY time it appears on my wall x

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  • These look like they would please many kids at a birthday party.

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  • Perfect for Halloween. My son would love these. They kind of remind me of Frankenstein

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  • A different way of making these , I like it and will have to give it a go.

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  • These look fun for the kids to make and eat.

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  • Thank you. Im saving this recipe for our upcoming halloween party :-)

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  • every time these come up on my wall, they make me laugh… love this recipe

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