Gooey Frankenstein’s Monster Rice Crispy Treats from Fred Meyer

I absolutely love it when I find fun recipes online, especially when they are Halloween theme. I have shared a few on my blog, and this season is no different. Thanks to the Fred Meyer’s website, I have found several new recipes that have been added to my Halloween Recipe collection. One of my favorites I want to share are these wonderfully green Frankenstein’s Monster Rice Crispy Treats.



Ok..I should state that I have changed the title of these crispy rice treats from “Gooey Frankenstein Crispy Rice Treats” to “Gooey Frankenstein’s Monster Rice Crispy Treats.” I did this for two reasons: 1. Frankenstein was the doctor not the monster, so it is Frankenstein’s Monster that these treat emulate. 2. I have always known these types of crispy treats as “Rice Crispy Treats.” Calling them “Crispy Rice Treats” felt weird.

On the plus side, this title change means nothing because the recipe has remained the same in it’s classic gooey green fashion. So whether it is a Frankenstein treat or a Frankenstein’s Monster treat, it will all taste delirious!

To make the Gooey Frankenstein’s Monster Rice Crispy Treats simply follow the instructions below. Be sure to visit Fred Meyer’s website for more fun recipes. Who knows, I may even share another here.

Gooey Frankenstein's Monster Rice Crispy Treats

  • Servings: 8
  • Difficulty: easy
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These perfectly gooey, crispy treats are spookily fun to serve at a Halloween party. Get your kids involved by having them draw their own Frankenstein face.

Credit: Fred Meyer


  • 8 tablespoons butter
  • 1 bag (16 oz.) mini marshmallows
  • Green food coloring
  • 5 cups Kroger® Crispy Rice Cereal
  • Black decorating icing
  • 16 candy eyeballs


  1. Prepare an 8”x8” pan with nonstick cooking spray.
  2. In a large pot over medium heat, melt the butter. Add the marshmallows and cook until completely melted. Remove from heat and stir in green food coloring.
  3. Add the cereal and stir until combined. Pour into the prepared pan and gently press the treats flat.
  4. Allow to cool fully, then cut into 8 rectangles. Use the black icing to make Frankenstein hair and mouths on each rectangle, then top with candy eyeballs. Serve and store leftovers in an airtight container.


  1. I will try these with my kids for Samhain! Thank you! And YES thank you for changing the name! 😀

    1. hahaha you are very welcome! I am glad there are others who agree 😀

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