Feb 19, 2016 Even better, these monstrously delicious spooky treats are transformed into your favorite Halloween characters (think spiders, cats, pumpkins, and skulls). Get inspired by these frightfuland delightfulHalloween cakes decorated with frosting, candies, and even cookies.
Bury those chocolate cravings for good with this rich layer cake that's spooktacular for Halloween and (minus the graveyard) a sensational choice yearround with an espressotinged batter and bittersweet We know Halloween is all about the candy, but that doesn't mean you can't have your cake and eat it, too.
These 15 easy recipes are fun to bring to parties or just have around the house as you gear up for Dress up a layer, sheet, or bundt cake with goblins and ghouls aplenty. But don't stop at cake: Try one of our cute (but eerie!
) cupcake decorating ideas. Don't stop there, delight little ghouls with ridiculously awesome Halloween cakes, celebrate day of the dead or and just enjoy a pumpkin that's really a cakeall in our collection of fun Halloween party recipes. Join two cakes so that the fluted tops are at either end, then drizzle with chocolate or vanilla glaze and sprinkle with coarse colored sugar or nonpareils before the glaze sets.
Top with a marzipan stem. Scare up some fun with our spooky Halloween cake recipes! Find easy decorating ideas to create a perfect centerpiece for your Halloween table. These hauntingly delicious cakes will make this Halloween extra special. Step 1: Prepare one box of chocolate cake mix per the package instructions; divide the batter between two 9inch square cake pans, and bake as directed. Let cool. Let cool. Step 2: Level the tops of both