Silver Color Mistan edible spray paint for food also found at Walmart or any baking store
Melt butter and marshmallows together in a saucepan over medium heat stirring constantly.
Once all lumps are gone, remove from heat and stir in green food coloring.
When marshmallow/butter mix is green to your liking stir in rice krispie cereal.
Pour cereal/marshmallow mix into a greased 9x13 dish and spread out evenly.
Let set in fridge for 30 minutes.
Remove from fridge and cut into rectangles. Place on wax paper.
In a microwave safe bowl melt half a bag of the melting chocolates in 30 second increments stirring in between. Continue to cook and stir until chocolate is smooth.
Dip one of the smaller ends of the treat into chocolate about 1" down.
Return to wax paper and let harden (2-3 minutes).
Repeat with remaining treats.
Using the black frosting as glue attach candy eyes just below chocolate "hair".
Use the black frosting to draw mouth under eyes.
Spray marshmallows (2 per treat) with silver color mist. Let dry for 3-5 minutes.
Using the black frosting again as glue attach silver marshmallows to both sides of the treat.
Tips for Making Rice Krispie Frankensteins:
I used the recipe for the rice krispie treats on the back of the cereal box. The only difference was I melted the butter and marshmallows together at the same time. I've found through lots of trial and error that this makes the finished treats more moist and ooey-gooey.
Start with a very small amount of green food coloring and add more as you need. A little gel food coloring goes a long way.
When using the spray mist be prepared to get messy; my hands looked like I was auditioning for the part of the Tin Man in Wizard of Oz after I was done.
When finished decorating let set up in the fridge for an extra hour or so. This will help keep the eyes and screws (marshmallows) attached.