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Our sugar cookie recipe makes a dough that’s tasty and easy to work with. It’s just right for rolling and cutting into fanciful (or frightful) Halloween shapes.
It’ll be smiles all around when you serve these cookies! Smiling pumpkin face can be decorated as shown or create your own!
These Yummy Mummy Cupcakes are in costume and ready for your Halloween bash. Decorating Tips make it easy to pipe in great detail.
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.
Serve spine-chilling cookies at your next Halloween bash or pirate-themed party. Create perfect patterns using the skull-and-crossbones stencil from our Halloween Cupcake and Cookie Stencils.
Thinned royal icing is poured over your cookies for quick and easy decorating. It dries to a smooth finish, perfect for any details you want to add.
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.
You can count on this cookie for Halloween fun! Cookie dough is tinted violet before baking. Count is figure piped on later using royal icing.
Display these boo-tiful cupcake Halloween treats for everyone see and enjoy on the Halloween Cupcakes ‘N More Dessert Stand. It’s a perfect centerpiece that is easy enough for those little party goblins to help themselves to dessert. Great for at-home or school parties.
Even your littlest ghosts can help you decorate All Hallow’s Eve Cookies. Cut cookies out with Halloween cutters and decorate with Halloween sprinkles, Color Mist Spray, and FoodWriter Edible Color Markers.
Pumpkin head icing decoration puts a smiling face on your icing ghost. Be sure to pick out a holiday-themed baking cup for your party cupcakes.
Little Monster cupcakes go wild at Halloween parties! For a really crazy idea, let this monster hang out with his weird friends from the neighborhood: see “Related Items” at far right!
Nothing says, “Happy Halloween!” better than a skull centerpiece! Form this skeletal head by molding crisped rice cereal treats in our Guitar Pan. Candy Melts® create the ghostly pallor and facial features.
Cupcake monster looks like he’s ready to take the first bite! For black icing background, we suggest you start with chocolate buttercream so less icing color is needed.
Create a 3-D cake that doubles as your centerpiece! (If you don’t have the Jack-O-Lantern pan you can use a Sports Ball cake, trimmed and shaped.)
Color flow icing gives this black cat cookie his shining coat. It’s an easy technique to master. Just remember to allow plenty of drying time whenever different colors touch.
Wilton shaped pans make this cake easy! Icing goes on fast using a spatula. Features are made from jellied candies for an extra sweet touch.
Our sugar cookie recipe makes the perfect dough for cutting with shaped cutters. The ghosts seen here are iced with a spatula and decorated with simple dot eyes and mouth.
Dracula is back! He really sinks his teeth into celebrating. Fang Club Member Cupcakes show that he’s not only a member; he’s the life of the party. You’ll be surprised at how quickly these treats will disappear.
Stage a post-twilight scene atop a Halloween-hued cake. Use patterns from our 2011 Pattern Book and our Pumpkin Comfort Grip Cutter to shape seasonal fondant forms.