Transform Your Halloween Treat Table

September 17th, 2009 by Beth Somers

Wilton can help you transform your Halloween treat table into the ultimate spooktacular scene just by using some frightfully fun holiday décor items. It’s so easy to pull together a monster treat table with presentation that pops!

I do a lot of baking in Wilton’s test kitchen, so I don’t always have the time or energy to create all the treats for a large party. Luckily, you don’t have to be an interior decorating dynamo to set a dramatic Halloween table. Even simple iced cupcakes have tremendous impact when displayed on the Haunted Manor Halloween Cupcake Stand. Use your favorite cake recipe, or if you’re really pressed for time, buy decorated cupcakes from the grocery store or bakery. Surround the cupcakes in the Haunted Manor Halloween Cupcake Wraps ’n Pix. The cupcake wraps look like wrought iron fences and help set an eerie haunted house scene right out of Dark Shadows.

The Spider Web Felt Table Runner is a great focal point for any Halloween table. The runner works especially well with the coordinating Haunted Manor theme products, but it can also be mixed and matched with other Halloween products. The spider web runner looks very festive over an orange or yellow tablecloth!

Prolong the holiday with treats to go. Send guests home with Haunted Manor Halloween Treat Boxes or Haunted Manor Shaped Halloween Bags filled with leftover goodies. Pack your kids’ lunches using extra treat bags or Halloween cookie envelopes for a spooky surprise that they’ll love.

The following are additional products featured in the video:

Halloween Bat Centerpiece
Spiderweb Doilies
Haunted Zone Streamer
Haunted Manor Halloween Party Bags

Beth Somers Beth Somers is the Senior Test Kitchen Manager and has taught at the internationally acclaimed Wilton School of Cake Decorating and Confectionery Art in Darien, IL. As a competitor on the Food Network's Cupcake Wars, she shined as a champion during season 6. Before joining Wilton, Beth honed her pastry skills at Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Chicago. Beth loves showing people how fun and easy it can be to bake and decorate amazing sweet treats with Wilton products.

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  1. great ideas
    I love to read this blog

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