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The Jolly Roger is flying high on this ghost ship! Simple techniques are all you need to decorate your pirate ship cake for Halloween or birthday celebrations.
Take to the high seas with a crew of brownie buccaneers on a fondant freighter rigged out for fun! They’ve even raised the mainsail with a special birthday message.
Present a buccaneer’s bonanza. Fill a treasure chest built from candy plaques and Sheet Pan cakes with gold candy bars shaped in our Petite Loaf Pan, chocolate coins and strands of white pearl beading.
Gratify landlubbers and buccaneers alike. Create this perky pirate by combining Soccer Ball Pan, Wonder Mold Pan and Round Pan cakes with fondant appendages. Dress it bold with colorfully tinted icing.
Ahoy Mate! Ye best serve this cake at your next party, or ye walk the plank. A fondant scarf, gold earring, and eye patch complete the look of this pirate face.
Captain and crew set sail on our Buccaneer Buddies cake. Wilton Pirate Ship pan bakes the details right into your cake so decorating is easy, even for beginners.
Perky pirates alight on a tropical isle. Create pirates by dressing globes from our 2 in. and 2 ½ in. Globe Tier Sets in fondant clothing. Set a seaside scene by embellishing blue fondant-covered cakes with graham-cracker sand and rock-candy sea glass.
Make it epic. Shape cupcake-topping pirate cookies using the bear cutter from our Mini Noah’s Ark Metal Cutter Set; fill Silicone Baking Cups with crisped rice cereal treat and candies to create the treat-bearing fleet; and display it all on a blue plastic wrap sea.
This pirate is decked out with a polka dot bandana in bright red and white color flow icing. Create the fun shape with our Skull Comfort-Grip Cutter.
Just a few alterations and additions turn a Crown Pan cake into a pirate king’s hat. Cover the cake in black fondant to highlight white fondant forms shaped with our skull and alphabet cutters.
Pirate ships set sail across cupcakes baked in Pirate Combo Baking Cups. Create the fleet by molding melted candy in the sailboat cavity of our Transportation Candy Mold.
Guests will think they’ve struck it rich when they espy this rustic pirate trunk. Trim a 9 in. x 5 in. Loaf Pan Cake to 6 in. x 3 1/2 in.; attach trimmed pieces up top to create the trunk’s rounded shape.
He’ll treasure his birthday gifts and this Little Pirate Cake. Our one-eyed captain is preparing to board his ship with a pirate’s chest full of chocolate coin loot!
Ahoy, Matey! What’s in your treasure chest? Trick or treaters will love seeing these cookies wearing a fun pirate disguise.
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.
Construct ocean-going excitement with a pirate ship crafted from cupcakes and candy. Follow our diagram to build the boat using cupcakes baked in the silicone cups in our Transportation Puzzle Cakes! Set.
Once upon a time, a sailboat shaped in our Transportation Candy Mold sailed across a Mini Loaf Pan cake to a tropical isle where candy-leafed palms shade a caramel-candy chest filled with yellow-confetti doubloons. The end.
Brightly iced cookies shaped with our Boy Perimeter Cutter have capture all the pirates’ flags before dubbing themselves the kings of mountains made from crisped rice cereal treats.
Eye-patched, peg-legged and pug-nosed, this youthful pirate always connects with young guests. Colorful icings and store-bought candies turn a Little Pirate Pan cake into a fanciful, flavorful fellow.
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