Petite Ghosts Icing Decorations
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Ghosts and goblins of all ages will enjoy All Hallows Popcorn Munch. This treat couldn?t be simpler to make, with microwave popcorn, ghost candies, nuts, and dried fruit all drizzled with melted candy.
Treat your tricksters to a batch of Boo-licious Popcorn Bars. Our timesaving recipe uses microwave popcorn, marshmallow crème, Candy Melts® and sprinkle-on Halloween icing decorations.
It?s a candy cup you can fill with mini candies! Green top, a mixture of Candy Melts and mini marshmallows, lifts off of the hollow molded candy cauldron.
Spooky house cookie is home to a couple of high-flying ghosts. Wilton Halloween cookie cutters and icing decorations make designs like this easy, even for beginners!
Turn plain cupcakes into ghostly goodies with a stenciled Halloween design. Just place stencil over icing and sprinkle on colored sugars. Add an icing decoration or two if you plan to ?boo? who!
It?s a mini haunted house! The decorating is easy with a wafer cookie roof, jellied candy door and window and spirited Halloween icing decorations.
Looks like dinner?s about done! The witch?s decorating techniques take these cupcakes from ordinary to well-done.
Tread lightly or you?ll wake the dead! Graveyard scene with iron fence and flying spirit make these Halloween cupcakes extra spooky.
Ever imagine How Candy Corn is Born? Here?s one explanation! Checkerboard Cake Pan rings are used to bake the 3-color cake layers. When you slice cake into wedges, they?ll look like giant pieces of candy corn!
Our Enchanted Castle cake has been taken over by a host of Halloween characters. Ghosts, pumpkins, spiders and bats, all ready-made icing decorations, seem to be everywhere!
Halloween is a time for ghosts to pull out their Bag of Tricks. Serve these trick-or-treat bag cookies, complete with candies, at your Halloween party, and everyone will be ?goblin? them up.