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Easy Chocolate Monsters {Without Mold}

Use this step by step tutorial to make cute Halloween chocolate monsters with Rolo candies and lots of sprinkles. Fun edible craft to do with kids.

After making these Halloween Chocolate Spiders, the idea for today’s cute Halloween treat popped into my mind. It’s fun to make with kids and you can use simple candies and supplies you already have at home. I made 2 versions. The big one is made with stacking 2 Rolos and the smaller one is made with just 1 Rolo. They are both covered in sprinkles and given colorful eyes. To really take the Monster theme to the next level add these chocolates to a tablescape of Easy Monster Cookies, Easy Monster Cupcakes , and Easy Monster Cake.

How To Make Easy Chocolate Monsters Without Mold?

  1. Make monsters body– Stack Rolos on top of each other, using melted chocolate to stick them together.  
  2. Break toothpicks in half– Use edible colors to color them.  
  3. Make eye balls– Draw a black dot on colorful round sprinkles. Stick the eye balls on top of the toothpicks with melted chocolate.
  4. Assemble monsters– Push toothpicks on top of the Rolo body, and brush body with corn syrup.
  5. Dip the monster in sprinkles– Enjoy!
Halloween Chocolate Monsters on Yellow Background- Closeup Shot
Big and Small Rolo Candy Monsters Covered in Sprinkles on Yellow Background.

Variations and Tips/ Techniques for Chocolate Monsters

Use other shapes of candies– But the same concept.

Try other colors of sprinkles– You can even make your own seasonal blend.

Instead of making toothpick eyes, just buy them– They can usually be found in the Halloween section of most grocery stores.

What to use to stick candies together and even sprinkles– use corn syrup or melted chocolate.

Stack more Rolos on top of each other– To make very big monsters. You can create a tray of multiple different sizes for parties.

Make a bigger batch– The recipe below can easily be doubled or tripled.

Add more body parts and details– Use other candies such as feet with licorice strips. You can get super creative! Add wings or hair or hands. There are so many unique shapes of candies that the possibilities are endless.

Turn them into a pop– Push a lollipop stick through the bottom. This makes for a better presentation on dessert tables and are also fun to eat.

Storage

Room temperature- Leftovers can be stored in a sealed container for up to 1 week.

Refrigerate- They can be stored in a sealed container for up to 1 week.

They can probably be stored for longer but they have never lasted longer than a week at our home.

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Halloween Chocolate Monsters

Prep Time: 20 mins
Total Time: 20 mins
Quick, easy, edible chocolate monsters, homemade with simple ingredients with Rolo candies and lots of sprinkles. Fun edible craft to do with kids.
Yield: 10 Monsters

Ingredients

  • 10 Rolo candies
  • 1/4 cup Melted chocolate, Semisweet or milk or dark
  • 2 tbsp Corn syrup
  • 1/2 cup Sprinkles

Instructions 

  • Unwrap 2 Rolo candies. Stack them on top of each other. Use melted chocolate to stick them together.  This will be your monster's body. 
  • Break toothpicks in half. Use edible colors to color them in different shades. 
  • Make eye balls now by drawing a big black dot on colorful round sprinkles. Stick the eye balls on top of the toothpicks with very little melted chocolate. Instead of making these toothpick eyes, you can just buy something similar at stores during Halloween.
  • Push these toothpicks on top of the Rolo body.
  • Brush some corn syrup all around the Rolo body. 
  • Dip the monster in a bowl of sprinkles until he is completely covered and enjoy!

Notes

  • Read all my tips above.
  • Leftovers can be stored at room temperature for up to 1 week. 

Nutrition

Calories: 141kcal, Carbohydrates: 28g, Protein: 1g, Fat: 4g, Saturated Fat: 3g, Sodium: 8mg, Potassium: 25mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 26g, Calcium: 2mg, Iron: 1mg
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Calories: 141
Author: Abeer Rizvi

2 comments on “Easy Chocolate Monsters {Without Mold}”

  1. Okay, I doubt you could be any cuter with your horrible jokes there. I love everything about this post. They are the best monsters I have ever soon. I want to eat them!!!

  2. Oh my goodness this is so cute!! I love the monster quote! hahaha

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