A heavy thunderstorm is approaching Domi’s Bake Farm. And the inside isn’t safe either. The kitchen of Domi’s Bake Farm is descending into chaos. And where is the owner? Oh, there! She is almost hidden amidst a clutter of baking ingredients. She is whirling from drawer to cabinet in the hope that she can finally finish her newest masterpiece, Frankenstein’s Monster Cakepops.

View from above. You can see the with chocolate sprinkles covered head of Frankenstein's Monster Cakepops and the bilious green candy floss.

I am on the brink of bringing something extraordinary into being. It takes a lot of focus! (She bursts into crazy laughter) A little bit of this. And a teeny weeny bit of that. Adding a few chopped pistachios and same flakes of marzipan. Finally, my beauty of a cake is finished. (Again, she is bursting into crazy laughter)

A vie from below. five spookily cute Frankenstein's Monster Cakepops hulk up above you.

Err…those cakepops are beautiful? I would assume that a cylindrical shape of the head, pop eyes and a greenish facial colour neither is healthy nor corresponds it to the general beau ideal. The heck with it! It’s filled with pistachios and marzipan after all. Isn’t that enough deliciousness?

Close-up of one single Frankenstein's Monster Cakepop. Close-up of one single Frankenstein's Monster Cakepop.

Do you want to bring your own Frankenstein’s Monster Cakepops to life? Follow the instructions below:

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Frankenstein's Monster Cakepops
Prep Time 40 minutes
Passive Time 1 1/2 hours
Prep Time 40 minutes
Passive Time 1 1/2 hours
  1. Mix cream cheese and butter until its creamy
  2. Sift the powdered sugar and add it to the cream cheese mixture. Stir it until the sugar is completely dissolved and until the mixture is more fluid.
  3. Chop the pistachios and add flakes of marzipan and a dash of lemon juice if you want. Mix everyting and fold it into the cream cheese mixture. (You can even roast the pistachios before chopping them)
  4. Then add the cake crumbles and knead the mixture until you have a shapeable dough.
  5. Form cylindrical cake balls and put them into the fridge for about an hour.
  6. Melt the white chocolate and add green food colouring. (You can add coconut oil to extend the chocolate). Dip the cakepop sticks into the chocolate (about 0,3 inches), then stick them into the cakepops and put them into the fridge again so that the chocolate can set.
  7. Completely coat the cakepops with chocolate, turn them upside down onto tin foil and let them dry a bit. Then attach two mini-marshmallows to the of the Cakepop (near the cakepop stick). They should have the same colour if possible. Put it into the fridge again until completely chilled.
  8. Melt the dark chocolate, remove overhanging chocolate glaze (only if necessary) and dip the upper part of of the cakepop into the dark chocolate, and than dip it into the chocolate sprinkles.
  9. If the cakepops are completely dry and firm, you can form the lump above the eyes with green fondant. With black and white fondant you can shape the pop eyes and the stitched mouth. (Use a teeny weeny bit of water if the fondant doesn't stick to the chocolate. But don't use too much otherwise the fondant will dissolve)
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Gorgeous! With just one bite, they are almost gone!

Three Frankenstein's Monster Cakepops. One of them looks really mean.

With this in mind,

Beware of the angry mob which is focussing on Frankenstein’s Monster Cakepops.

Close-up of Frankenstein's Monster Cakepop. You can see details such as the stitched mouth, the pop eyes and the lump above the eyes.