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On Halloween, this Bride Says “I Boo.” Sure to set the party scene, Mrs. Frankenstein gets her shape using our Long Loaf Pan.
Trick or treaters will love the cookie creatures who are creeping up the fondant stone staircase of our castle tower. And what a wicked view through the color flow windows!
These are the most popular guests wanted at any Halloween Party. Create cupcakes with ghosts, Frankenstein, witches and mummies fast than it will take you to say, “treat or treat”.
Your favorite little ghouls will love to gobble up this monster! He’s a treat to make this Halloween and easy to create using the Halloween Cookie Sandwich Pan.
You just can’t keep a good monster down! Here you see a Candy Melts Frank about to make his escape from an easy-to-decorate cupcake.
Heads up…here comes the bride! Two brownie pops are covered in candy, decorated then stacked on a lollipop stick to form this tasty temptress.
Frankie’s really gets around this Halloween season with the help of our Silly-Feet! Silicone Baking Cups. His body is made of crispy rice treat cereal, his famous face is made of candy in our Halloween Cookie Shapes Non-Stick Pan and his arms are cookie treat sticks covered with icing. They are outstretched and ready to give a big Halloween hug.
Let your tricky little guests pick their own treats. Bobbing For Bats is a fun way to hold and display individual lollipops you’ve made using Wilton Candy MeltsR, candy colors and spooky Halloween candy molds.
He’s looking a little green around the gills! Cookie dough is tinted before baking so you don’t need to ice these creature cookies. Piped buttercream icing adds the sweet details.
Heads up, kiddies…It’s Frank! These cookies will be a hit at any Halloween Party or Monster’s Ball. The cookie dough is tinted green before baking so only a limited amount of royal icing is added for decorations.
Wilton cookie cutters offer all kinds of possibilities. Here, a Candy Corn cutter is used to cut the dress; our Frankenstein cutter shaped the monster’s head.
This not-too-frightful monster is a wonderful hand-held treat to create for parties and lucky trick-or-treaters. It’s so much fun to make with our Monster Cookie Pop Pan.
Create this strapping young man as part of a lively laboratory scene for Halloween! Use our Skull Comfort-Grip Cutter and Ready-To-Use Rolled Fondant to shape the body.
The monster’s bride has just met her match! A fondant covered mini cake shapes the body. A bell-shaped cookie is decorated for that easily recognizable head and hair-do.
Piped cookie dough lets you add details to this green monster before cookies are baked! Only a few royal icing features need to be added later.
Maybe he ate too much candy! Droopy-eyed monster cookie is a great way to add personality to your Halloween table.
The monster must have spotted his lovely bride! Colored sugar adds sparkle to these cookies. Candy trims and tinted coconut make the decorating faster.