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04th Oct 2021

No bake Frankenstein Cake Pops to make with the kids over the mid term break

Melissa Carton

Halloween is fast approaching.

With Halloween and the mid term only a few days away we’re all thinking of fun things that we can do with the kids.

With the country going into a second lockdown tomorrow I know I for one will be breaking out my baking supplies again and these no bake Frankenstein Cake Pop might be the first thing I give a go.


280g  Madeira Cake
200g  White Chocolate
2 x tsp  Green Food Colouring
4 tsp  Fresh Milk
50g  Dark Chocolate
12 pop sticks or lollipop sticks


Trim and cut the madeira cake into 12 oblong shapes.Carefully put a stick into each.

Put onto a tray lined with some non-stick paper and freeze for 30 minutes.

Break up the white chocolate and put into a heatproof bowl.
Put the bowl over a pan of simmering water and melt the chocolate, make sure the bottom of the pan does not touch the water.Once the white chocolate has melted, add the green food colouring.

Add the milk if the mixture is too thick, then stir well.

Dip each cake pop into the green chocolate to cover (keep them upright as they cool, you can make some holes in a potato and stand them in there while they cool and to decorate).

Allow to cool and harden then melt the dark chocolate the same way as you did the white chocolate.

Dip the tops of each cake pop in the chocolate to give Frank some hair.Using the end of a toothpick, make some eyes and a stitched mouth. Allow to cool.