Franken Brains

Ashley Dawkins


Only the spaghetti is the definite ingredient for this recipe/game. Anything else, you can use whatever you want for texture...especially if it helps to clean out the fridge!!


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How to Make Franken Brains


  2. Decorate a box that looks like Frankenstein, either with paint or construction paper or however you prefer. Cut a hole in the back so that you can reach your hand in.
  4. Combine the cooked spaghetti with all of the other ingredients and drizzle with oil. Throw coins or plastic party gifts in with the spaghetti. Place all of this "mess" into a plastic bag and put inside of the Frankenstein.
  5. Give each contestant 30 seconds to find as many coins or gifts that they can get their slippery fingers on.
  6. When you reach into Frankenstein's head, it feels like you're mushing around in his brains!!
  7. My mom would throw Halloween parties for my sister and I, and this was one of our favorite games! She would throw handfuls of change into this "FrankenBrain" and we would try to get as much money out in 30 seconds as we could.

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About Franken Brains

Course/Dish: Other Non-Edibles
Other Tags: Quick & Easy For Kids

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