Fruity Monster Pops: Great For Halloween

Fruity Monster Pops: Great For Halloween. Hello friends. So how are you today? Fruity monster pops anyone? These Halloween treats a great fun to make with children.

Table Of Contents:

  • Firstly, Fruity Monster Pops: Great For Halloween Ingredients.
  • Secondly, Fruity Monster Pops Method.
  • Thirdly, Other Recipe Ideas.
Fruity Monster Pops: Great For Halloween.

How To Make Fruity Monster Pops:

Preparation time: 30 minutes
Cooking time: 5 minutes
Total time: 35 minutes

Makes: 9


  • 175g white chocolate, broken into pieces
  • 25g plain chocolate, broken into pieces
  • chocolate-flavoured strands
  • chocolate-coated popping candy
  • 2 bananas, peeled
  • 3 kiwi fruit, trimmed and peeled
  • Several mini marshmallows
  • You will also need: 9 cake pop sticks (available from John Lewis).

Fruity Monster Pops: Great For Halloween:

How To Make:

Step One. Put the white and plain chocolate in separate heatproof bowls and melt very gently, either over a bowl of simmering water or in short spurts in the microwave. Scatter a little of the chocolate-flavour strands and popping candy into 2 small bowls. Put the plain chocolate in a Cooks’ Homebaking Piping Bag and snip off the smallest tip possible so the chocolate can be piped in a very fine line.

Step Two. Cut 3 chunky pieces from each banana and press a cake pop stick about three-quarters of the way through each one. Working over the bowl of white chocolate, spoon a little over a piece of banana to cover. Let the excess chocolate drip back into the bowl and transfer the banana stick to a tumbler while you coat more pieces – dipping about 3 pieces at a time so they start to set slightly, but do not become completely firm. Repeat with each kiwi.

Step Three. Before they set, dip the tops in chocolate strands and popping candy. Slice the marshmallows and position for eyes. Pipe large blobs of chocolate for the centres of the eyes, or secure pieces of popping candy by moistening the marshmallows with a drop of water so they become sticky. Pipe a mouth and stitches onto each face.

Fruity Monster Pops: Great For Halloween.

Fruity Monster Pops: Great For Halloween:

Fruity Monster Pops: Great For Halloween. Recipe and recipe photo provided by Waitrose. So what do you think of these fruity monster pops? Perfect for any Halloween party you are planning.

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Fruity Monster Pops: Great For Halloween.
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  1. 1 November 2019 / 12:15

    These are SO adorable! Thanks for linking up to Best of the Weekend…you were one of my features this week! I will also be pinning and sharing on Instagram stories this weekend. Thanks again for joining us and have a wonderful weekend!

    • 3 December 2019 / 12:33

      Thanks so much for hosting and the feature 🙂

  2. 26 October 2019 / 12:28

    These look really yummy and I love that they are not frozen like other banana pops I have seen. I am always looking for healthy snack for my son and the frozen bananas were difficult for him to eat. How far in advanced do you think I could make these?

    • 27 October 2019 / 16:55

      I usually like to use my frozen bananas up as soon as I can after freeing so I don’t forget about them. You could make them up a few days before?

  3. Marilyn Lesniak
    6 October 2019 / 00:00

    Congratulations! Your post was my feature pick at #OverTheMoon this week. Each Hostess displays their own features so be sure to visit me on Sunday evening and to see your feature! I invite you to leave more links to be shared and commented upon. Please don’t forget to add your link numbers or post title so we can be sure to visit!

    • 27 October 2019 / 16:49

      Thanks so much for the feature, only just seen this :):)

  4. Marilyn Lesniak
    5 October 2019 / 23:44

    Thank you for sharing at #OverTheMoon. Pinned and shared. Have a lovely week. I hope to see you at next week’s party too!

  5. 30 September 2019 / 11:50

    What a brilliant idea. They look so good for halloween X #anythinggoes

  6. Jess
    31 October 2017 / 16:24

    These are so cute! :)I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks. Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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