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Choose your delicacy. A surprise in every piece. A finger here, an eyeball there. Something for everyone’s taste. And with the knife on top, each guest can serve himself or herself.
New 3-D skull cake pan is sure to be a hit this Halloween! This gruesome design features a pair of bloodshot fondant eyes and gooey green piping gel accents.
Whether it’s Halloween or just a fright night gathering, these bloodshot eyeball cookies add to the scare factor. With Sugar Sheets!™ Edible Decorating Paper and tools you create these eye-popping treats in an instant.
It’s a snack attack! This trio of boldly-colored cupcakes comes at your Halloween guests with fun features and our Knife Icing Decorations in hand.
What a sight! He’s All Eyes cookie is decorated using Color Flow icing. This technique is simple to do. First you pipe a “dam” around the edge of the cookie, then you “flow” in thinned icing to cover the center. Let dry and add details!
Just the kind of blank stare you’d expect from a Halloween ghoul. Bulging candy bloodshot eyes and a flashy mouth full of candy fangs. What a great haunting centerpiece for your party table.
This is one bounteous beasty! Create a fiendish-faced, candy-holding shell using our Mini Ball Pan, the mouth mold from our Halloween Candy Kit Mega Pack, and our 3-D Eyeball Candy Mold. Yikes!
Every Halloween celebration needs a silly jack-o-lantern treat! Make these cookies using the cutter from the 7-Pc. Monster Cookie Cutter Set, Roll-Out Cookie Dough and shiny Color Flow Icing.
All three eyes are on your party guests with our purple alien pop. Made with our spooky Monster Pops Cookie Pan and decorate in bold icing shades for a great finishing touch.
When this hard-cooked egg marches at the front of the pack, there’s spring in her step! Her floral fondant bonnet and sugar pearl necklace are a match made in heaven for our Mr. Easter Egg design.
This fun Easter creature is covered with sweet candy details! Check out the spice drop hair-do, candy eyeballs and mini mint smile, that decorate this hard-cooked egg.
He’s going out of his skull, but these easy cookies are no worries for you! Use the Skull Comfort-Grip Cutter and color flow icing to create the fear-stricken features.