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Halloween Cake Design

October 28, 2010 - Halloween Cakes
Halloween Cake Design

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Halloween Cake Design

If you can’t find a cake pan in the shape that you want, get creative and look at other cake pans that you might be able to Body parts are a great idea: a cake in the shape of a severed hand, skull with oozing green filling, or bleeding heart can all be simple to make but have a huge effect on your guests. Scary: A scary Halloween cake is perfect for more grown-up gatherings. In the center of the web, create a large spider, either with frosting or with non-edible decorations like a black pom-pom and pipe cleaners. Then, pipe on white frosting in the shape of a spider web.
Halloween Cake Design

Halloween Cake Design
Cover a plain round two-layer cake in black frosting. Kid-Friendly: For kid-friendly fare, a spider web Halloween cake is great. A graveyard beside the house with creepy ghosts and spindly trees is an added bonus. Then frost the house and add windows, doors, scary pumpkins, and spooky bats. Then, with a second sheet cake, cut up pieces of cake to construct a “house” which is held together on top of the base with frosting (and wooden skewers, if necessary).
Halloween Cake Design

Halloween Cake Design
Take one sheet cake and frost with black or brown frosting for the base of the cake. Haunted House: For those who are ambitious in the kitchen, a haunted house makes a perfect Halloween cake. Here are three Halloween cake ideas to get your creative juices flowing.  f you’re celebrating Halloween with a party this year, chances are that you’ll want to have a stunning cake to wow your guests.
Halloween Cake Design

Halloween Cake Design


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