Our Favorite Halloween Desserts from Around the Web

October 26th, 2018 by Desiree Smith

This month we sent a few friends of Wilton on a mission to think outside the candy box when it comes to Halloween treats. Here are a few projects from around the web that have us truly bewitched!

Ghost Hi-Hat Conecakes | Hungry Girl por Vida

These ghostly treats allow you to enjoy the best of both worlds. A dollop of vanilla bean Swiss meringue conceals spiced chocolate cake batter nestled into spookily sweet sugar cones.

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Halloween Candy Corn Cake | Baking with Blondie

Black buttercream and a surprise inside will make this cake the star of any Halloween party. Don’t forget to snap a picture before little witches and wizards gobble it all up!

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Graveyard Halloween Cake |  The Road to Honey

A fun project for the whole family, this decadent chocolate sheet cake is topped with edible tombstones, skeletons, trees and a whole lot of chocolate sludge — we mean fudge!

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Witch Hat Cupcakes | The Simple Sweet Life

You’ll find very little toil and trouble when it comes to making these vexingly delicious witch hat cupcakes. The hats are made out of frosting instead of fondant, ensuring they’re a hit with kids.

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Halloween Flower Cake | Frosted Fuji Cakes

A brighter take on the traditional Halloween palette, we’re spellbound by Rachel Fujihara’s color mood in this floral fall cake.

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Graveyard Cake | Neurotic Mom

A cake to die for — this spine-chilling sweet shows our  Zombie Fingers Pretzel Mold in action.

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Halloween Buttercream Cake | Leslie Vigil

You’ll need a second glance to notice that this prim and polished monochromatic buttercream cake is teeming with creepy crawlies! We love this one for more formal Halloween soirées.

Get Inspired Here

Ready to give one of these projects a whirl? Find everything you need in our Halloween Shop!

 

Desiree Smith Desiree is the Public Relations Manager at Wilton. She spends her days monitoring media opportunities, working with newspaper, magazine and television contacts, collaborating with bloggers and handling a variety of other odds and ends. Desiree has a degree in journalism and experience writing for newspapers and television. Outside of Wilton, she enjoys running and planning outings with friends.

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