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The worms crawl in … the spiders crawl out … of these brownie mini skulls that are great to serve for Halloween. Bake the shape using the Dimensions 3-D Mini Skull Pan.
Flowers are thought to attract souls on this ritual holiday, celebrated October 31 through November 2. Here, Wilton Roses in five shades crown a stand-up skull cake baked in our Dimensions 3-D Mini Skull Pan.
Celebrate the departed with these lively color flow treats! The skull Comfort Grip cutter creates the traditional shape and the black and white designs feature combinations of easy techniques for an unforgettable look.
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.
What a simply crazy and ghoulish dessert to set on your Halloween table this season! So easy to make with our 3-D Skull Pan. Just bake, cover with glaze and fill in cavities with scary Black Sparkle Gel.
A great way to join in the Mexican tradition of remembrance with its lively, bright colors in food, flower and costumes. Our 3-D Skull Pan cake transforms into a beautiful mask covered with white fondant and “painted” with icing colors and Gold Pear Dust. Let the parties begin!
Want to get a head this Halloween? Well, create this creepy head-shaped cake, using our Dimensions 3D Skull Pan, for your adult party.
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.
Shove off to adventure. A Pirate Ship Pan cake, crewed by skeleton cookies, sets sail on a wavy fondant sea.
Why should zombies have all the fun?! This Halloween serve a skull cake everyone will want to sink his or her teeth into. Bake in the Wilton Skull Tube Cake Pan and then decorate with tinted buttercream icing.
If this creature doesn’t scare the dead, we don’t know what will. Our skull cake is covered with fondant tinted in realistic and creepy shades. The hanging eyeball adds the finishing touch.
This has to be one of the easiest Halloween treats to make, ever. Just bake cake and brush with confectioners’. This spooky white, pale-faced skull with be the center of attention on your dessert table.
This frightfully easy skull cake will be the scream of your Halloween party! Bake in the Wilton Skull Tube Cake Pan and then decorate with tinted buttercream icing.
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.
Make Halloween fun from the ground up! Wilton Treat Pops are the perfect way to serve this crumbled cookie creation, highlighted by a candy skeleton that scales the sides.
Everybody loves a little crispy cranium on Halloween, especially when they’re made with your favorite crisped rice cereal treat recipe. Mold these treats using the Dimensions 3-D Mini Skull Pan.
Dress up these cream cheese skulls for your Halloween get-together using green olives and pimentos. Mold the shape using the Dimensions 3-D Mini Skull Pan.
This spooky fellow is sure to turn heads and he sits in the center of your Halloween dessert table. Nothing adds more fun than a spider crawling out of his empty eye socket. Anything goes on all hollow’s eve.
Put this skull cake at the head of the table on Halloween! Made in the Dimensions 3-D Skull Pan, everyone will be staring at this friendly face, decorated with fondant hair curls.
This gruesome gardener adds a fun touch to your Halloween bash. The fondant skull and flower get their sickly pallor with brushstrokes of Color Dust.