This cake is a four layer 5 inch cake with marbled Halloween colors inside of neon orange, purple, and green! The cake is filled with neon green whipped cream and covered in a neon green white chocolate ganache. It is decorated with black ganache dripping down the top, along with creepy strawberry monsters with black chocolate and fondant teeth, and black gum paste tentacles! Everything on this cake is yummy and edible! Continue reading
Happy Halloween! The first treat I couldn’t wait to start baking was candy apples! I wanted to make black candy apples to look something like the poison candy apples the witch gives Snow White. I love that movie! I think the sticks give them a spooky Halloween look, but you can also use skewers, popsicle sticks, or dowels. I love how these candy apples are so shiny! I can even see my reflection in them!
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
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
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!