I had a lot of fun making these eyeball cake pops this year. They were very easy and I had all the ingredients in my cupboard. These eyeball cake pops look so gross I don’t know if I can even make myself eat one! I made them for a Halloween party, and I am sure the kids will think they are really disgusting! Continue reading
My favorite part of this Halloween Cake with Meringe Ghosts is of course the ghosts! I think they look so cute, and they were really easy to make! You just whip up some meringue with a few basic ingredients and bake them on a cookie sheet for a little over an hour. I wanted to make them green so I could make it look like the cake got slimed Continue reading
Maybe this is taking a stab in the dark, but I bet your dying to try a slice of this cake! This Bloody Halloween cake is a delicious red velvet four layer cake with cream cheese filling, topped with a vanilla buttercream frosting, and covered with a red ganache. The blood-like red ganache, looks so spooky, perfect for a Halloween Cake! Continue reading
The clock is ticking down and Halloween is just a few days away! I love seeing all the cool Halloween cakes, cupcakes, and cakepops! I have been inspired by these awesome ladies and their amazing talents! Whether you are throwing a ghoulish bash, or want some fun treats to make with your kids, you are sure to find something fun at this round up of Spooktacular Baked Treats for Halloween!
HALLOWEEN IS IN 11 DAYS!!!!
While eyeballs are quite the delicacy, brains are undoubtedly a zombie’s favorite food. From the rich and fatty frontal lobe back to the sumptuous cerebellum, brains are such a treat. With such a description, aren’t you just dying to try some?! Move over still-beating hearts, brains are what’s for dinner…or in our case, dessert.
Gross Halloween party foods are always impressive, but trust me, if you really want to impress your zombie guests, serve up this Halloween party dessert once the main meal is over. For the live humans present at the bash, this brain cake is an acceptable facsimile! Continue reading
Halloween is one of my favorite holidays! I just love making Halloween cakes and seeing all the Halloween treats everyone makes. I have seen some truly frightening cakes complete with dismembered body parts, blood and guts. I was tempted to try making my own gruesome cake, but my three year old son gets scared very easily! The closest I came to gruesome was this brain cake. So this spooky eye cake is just a little bit scary but safe enough for a three year old to help! Continue reading
I am soooo excited because I found this totally cool recipe for cupcake frosting that glows under a black light! I found this recipe just in time for Halloween. These cupcakes are so cute and glow brightly under a black light. They would be perfect to take to a Halloween party, or those glow stick parties that are popular during Halloween time. Can you guess what the secret ingredient is that makes the cupcake frosting glow?? OK I will tell you, the secret ingredient is…………..
What is Halloween without CANDY CORN!!! This cake is actually decorated with Candy corn and Milk Duds-yum! Its a delicious Chocolate cake frosted and filled with light fluffy pastry pride. But I think the best part of this cake is the surprise when you cut into it! Black chocolate cake with orange polka dots, perfect for Halloween!
Its October and that means PUMPKINS! I love all kinds of pumpkin desserts, but this is one dessert I have never tried! Trifle is so delicious and what I love about it, is that there are so many variations and combinations you can put together.
Layers of pumpkin spice cake, Cheesecake filling, whipped cream, and chocolate sauce!
I have one son, so we are a little family of three. I love my trifle bowl and was tempted to make this pumpkin cheesecake trifle in it, but decided to make it in mason jars because there is no way my little family of three could eat that much trifle! These mason jar trifles are the perfect size for one serving!
I just LOVE the smell of pumpkin cake baking in the oven!! I just wanted to sit there in the kitchen and enjoy the smell the whole time this cake was baking. I got to make two cakes for this recipe, so it was twice as long I got to appreciate that delicious smell. And actually, my house still smells like pumpkin cake even though it has been out of the oven for hours. I even invited my neighbor Nori inside and said “You’ve gotta come in and smell this pumpkin cake!!”
The only thing that beats the heavenly smell of this cake, is the taste! A perfect blend of pumpkin and spice, perfect for the first of October and welcoming in the Fall!
Now this cake is very special because it is shaped to look like a pumpkin and also has that delicious pumpkin spice flavor!