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The kids will think you’re the coolest mom around when you make them these Frozen Frankenstein Pudding Pops! Thank you scary much!!

Overhead photo of a tray of ice with frozen Halloween pudding pops with scary faces.

With a few simple steps and ingredients (plus a little time in the cryogenic pod; aka home freezer) these frozen Halloween treats will come to life right before your very eyes! *insert evil laughter here*

**Please Note – The printable recipe card with detailed instructions and complete ingredient measurements for making Frozen Frankenstein Pudding Pops is available near the end of this post. 

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Closeup vertical title text image of a frozen Frankenstein pudding pop with two bites taken out.

I’ve heard tell that a monster isn’t nearly as scary once you take a bite (or two) out of him.

This is especially true of a Frozen Frankenstein Pudding Pop. The only thing I suggest is to eat him up fast before he has a chance to bite you back…or melt. Whichever comes first!

The ingredient list;

**Note – The following lists of ingredients plus kitchen tools and equipment contain affiliate links (highlighted in blue) for your consideration and shopping convenience.

Closeup photo of a frozen Halloween pudding pop with a scary face and gumdrop nose.

Tools and equipment needed for making this frozen Halloween treat;

  • Large bowls
  • Small bowls
  • Whisk
  • Spoons
  • Frozen pop maker
  • Popsicle sticks
  • Baking sheet
  • Parchment paper sheet to fit baking sheet (optional)
  • Scissors
  • Hand mixer or Stand Mixer
  • Parchment triangles, large zip-top bags, or piping bags
A bunch of frozen Frankenstein pudding pops on a tray with ice and orange and black napkins in the background.

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Vertical title text image of a closeup of a Frankenstein pudding pop.

Below is the printable recipe card for today’s Frankenstein Pudding Pops

If you’ve enjoyed this recipe and look forward to making it (or have already made it), I’d appreciate if you’d take a moment to give it some feedback by way of stars near the comment section at the end of this post. Thank you so much!

The kids will think you're the coolest mom around when you make them these Frozen Frankenstein Pudding Pops! Thank you scary much!! -

Frozen Frankenstein Pudding Pops

Renee – Kudos Kitchen
The kids will think you’re the coolest mom around when you make them these Frozen Frankenstein Pudding Pops! Thank you scary much!!
5 from 9 votes
Prep Time 10 mins
freeze time 6 hrs
Course Dessert, Dessert – Halloween
Cuisine American
Servings 8 pops
Calories 100 kcal


  • 1 package (3.4 ounces) Instant pistachio pudding
  • 2 cups milk
  • green food color
  • 1 cup prepared royal icing divided
  • 24 gumdrops
  • gel food color red and black


  • In a large bowl, whisk together the milk, pudding mix, and green food color. When the pudding thickens slightly, spoon the mixture carefully into frozen pop molds and insert the sticks. Freeze for at least 6 hours.

To make the royal icing:

  • While the pops are freezing, prepare the royal icing ( find the recipe with video presentation here: ) 
    Keep covered until ready to use.
  • Divide and color the icing with the black, red, green gel food color, making sure to leave some white for the eyes. You’ll need more black royal icing than the other colors.
  • Spoon the colored icing into separate piping bags or zip-top bags making one with a larger hole for piping Frank’s hair and eyebrows, and the other colors with small holes piping holes for the detail work.
  • When ready to decorate the pops, run each mold under hot water until the frozen pop releases from the mold. Place all the frozen pops onto a parchment lined baking sheet and refreeze again for 10 minutes to harden.
  • Use the royal icing in the piping bags to quickly pipe Frank’s hair, eyebrows, and eyes. Use the green icing to pipe onto the gumdrops and affix them for Frank’s nose, and his neck bolts. Refreeze the pops again until ready to serve.
  • Eat before melting, and enjoy!! 🙂


Serving: 1popCalories: 100kcalCarbohydrates: 20gProtein: 1gFat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 4mgSodium: 31mgPotassium: 82mgSugar: 19gVitamin A: 60IUVitamin C: 0.1mgCalcium: 71mg
Keyword frozen Frankenstein Pudding Pops, frozen Halloween treat
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I sincerely hope you’ve enjoyed today’s recipe for Frozen Frankenstein Pudding Pops as much as I’ve enjoyed bringing it to you!

An overhead vertical image of frozen Halloween pops with scary faces.

For other fun and spooky Halloween recipes I’ve shared in the past, please click on the following titles for;

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“You’ll totally DIG these twice-baked Halloween potato graves. With just a little bit of effort, this spooky yet easy to make dinner is to DIE for.”

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“I’ll admit that this is one of the grossest, most fun Halloween dinners I’ve ever concocted. If you love to surprise and creep out your family and friends for Halloween, then this is just what you’re looking for!”

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And NOW for a treat I know you’ll all enjoy!

Check out tons of other amazing Halloween recipes from our talented food bloggers listed below!

I’m also happy to be linking up this post to Pint Sized Baker. Thank you.

Happy Halloween! We hope you’re ready for a spooktacular event as we celebrate Halloween with the first annual event hosted by Angie from Big Bear’s Wife.

This haunting week-long event is filled with fantastic Halloween treats, recipes and some frightfully fun giveaways.

“When witches go riding, and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers ‘tis near Halloween.”

A hand holding a frozen Frankenstein pudding pop with others in the background and two bites taken out.

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Recipe Rating


Wednesday 25th of September 2019

These are so much fun! My kid can’t wait to make these for her Halloween party! We already stated gathering all the ingredients!


Wednesday 25th of September 2019

These are so fun. My kids love them!

Toni | Boulder Locavore

Thursday 11th of October 2018

This is such a cute idea!! I can't wait to try it!


Friday 12th of October 2018

Thank you so much. I hope you do!


Tuesday 9th of October 2018

So creepy good! I bet the kids loved them. I know I would. I'm a sucker for a popsicle.


Friday 12th of October 2018

LOL. Who isn't?


Monday 8th of October 2018

Very cute Renee. Everything you've made this week is so cute.


Monday 8th of October 2018

Thank you, Karen. I really appreciate it! Happy Halloween :)