This Frankenstein Cookie Cake couldn't be cuter or easier to make for a Halloween party.
This green frosted chocolate chip cookie is decorated using mini chocolate chips, marshmallows, and candy.
This Frankenstein cookie is so easy to make and decorate using store-bought cookie dough, but you can use my favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe instead if you prefer to make a homemade cookie cake.
You simply bake the cookie in a 9x13-inch pan then frost the cooled cookie with green frosting.
To make the green cookie look like Frankenstein's monster, you top it with mini chocolate chips, marshmallows, Junior Mints, a Tootsie Roll, and a red licorice lace.
You can have this fun Halloween cookie cake ready to serve in no time!
Bake a giant chocolate chip cookie in a 9x13-inch pan then decorate it with green frosting and candy to look like Frankenstein's monster.
- 2 packages Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bars
- 16 ounces vanilla frosting
- 30-40 drops green and neon-green food coloring
- ½ cup mini chocolate chips
- 3 marshmallows
- 2 Junior Mints
- 1 red licorice string
- 1 Tootsie Roll 2” piece
Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Line a 9” x 13” pan with non-stick aluminum foil, leaving enough room at both ends to pick up the cookies once baked. Pat cookie dough into pan.
Bake 25-30 minutes until golden brown.
Allow cookie to cool completely.
Use tin foil to help lift the cookie out of the pan and place it on a serving platter or a piece of cardboard wrapped in a black plastic tablecloth.
Mix green food coloring into the vanilla frosting.
Take two marshmallows and set them upright on the counter.
Smash them until they flatten a little into a bumpy circle.
Frost the marshmallows in green frosting and set them on either side of the monster's head to form his ears.
Frost the entire cookie with the green frosting reserving a little bit to frost his nose.
Cut one large marshmallow into 3 round slices.
Set 2 marshmallow slices, sticky side up, next to each other on the cookie for the monster's eyes.
Place 1 Junior Mint on each marshmallow for his pupils.
Set the third marshmallow slice under the eyes for his nose.
Cover the nose with green frosting.
Add a red licorice smile.
Cut the Tootsie roll into three slices.
Place one slice of the Tootsie Roll on either side of the monster's neck for his bolts.
Warm the remaining slice of Tootsie Roll in your hands. Roll it into a long thin log. Cut a 1” piece from the log and 3-4 smaller pieces. Lay the smaller pieces across the long piece creating a stitch pattern. Set on the monster's forehead.
Store in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 3 days.
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adorable! I think I could even pull this off . would love if you shared this on #kidsinthekitchen this week http://lookwhatmomfound.com/2013/09/trying-dippy-eggs-kidsinthekitchen.html