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Warts…I mean what’s up with that face! Single-serve mini cakes feature a scary witch decked out in her very best bonnet.
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.
This witch is just tu-tu cute! Wilton petal tips are used to make the ruffles that give this cake extra dimension.
The scaredy cat is sitting on the pretzel stick Cat-Bird Seat! For some spooky sweets, treat your Halloween guests to handmolded candy lollipops you wrapped individually and stand in a foil-wrapped craft block.
Wilton shaped cake pans make decorating easy! The details you need are baked right into your cake. Follow label directions for the suggested projects or use the Wilton Yearbook or Website to find more ideas for the same pan.
Your guests will gravely appreciate these personalized treats. Delicious roll-out dough cookies decorated with the spirit of the season in mind. Royal Icing piping decorations keep every blade of grass in place.
Color flow icing makes this witch cookie special. The technique is easy to master…just remember to allow enough time for drying between steps.
He’s the man of the season. It’s his time to be the center of attention. Delicious Chocolate Roll-Out Cookie Dough is cut into the traditional ghost shape and simply decorated in the classic style with easy-to-use Color Flow Icing. Be sure to make a bunch for all your ghoulish visitors this holiday.
Little witches and warlocks will sweep up these cute cookie treats! Mix them with other Halloween characters to create the ultimate party platter.
Dress up your Bountiful Harvest pumpkin pie with a whipped icing topping and sparkling colored sugar! It’s a quick way to add eye-appeal to a classic holiday dessert.
The perfect project for beginners and busy mom’s. Shaped cookies are covered with quick stars and easy zigzags.
Well here are some hats of a different color. Smooth violet color flow icing adds a magical sheen to this witch’s favor accessory. Great for party snacking and treat giving.
Bet she’s a great kisser! Monster’s bride features ruby red lips and that easy-to-recognize hair-do. Bake some cookie monsters to complete the happy couple!
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.
These cookie ghosts are singing a Halloween solo! Features and letters are piped on using melted candy (there’s no icing used on these treats).
Cereal treats get dressed up for Halloween with tombstone shaped cookies and fun bobbling ghosts. Wilton Dessert Stands let you display your treats with style.
It’s easy to create a spellbinding sorcerer using rice cereal treats, shaped in our Jack-O-Lantern Pan. They’re tinted with a special Halloween glow and topped with a fun fondant face.
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!