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Ever wonder what Dracula looked like as a child? This 3-D Halloween cake could be the answer! Sure to please your party guests, this creature of the night is baked using the Classic Wonder Mold and Mini Ball pans.
On Halloween, this Bride Says “I Boo.” Sure to set the party scene, Mrs. Frankenstein gets her shape using our Long Loaf Pan.
Poured on Candy Melts “frosting” makes these mini cakes extra sweet, extra easy. You bake them in our easy-release silicone mold for treats any trickster will love!
Build a haunted house around stacked square cakes covered in black-tinted chocolate fondant. Use the gate, tree and bat patterns from our 2011 Pattern Book to create eerie gum paste embellishments.
These startling spider cupcakes are easy to make using the Cupcake Decorating Kit. It includes fancy feet picks, candy eyeballs and baking cups to decorate 24 cupcakes!
Host a haunted Halloween bash with this boo-tiful cake. This hauntingly fun cake features two tiers separated by fun fondant pumpkins.
When is it OK to bite your nails? Why, at Halloween, of course! Our Witch Fingers Candy Mold lets you create these whacky treats in goblin-inspired colors.
This kooky creature covers lots of ground—at Halloween parties, birthday celebrations and more. Combine Soccer Ball and Mini Ball Pans to create the body and head; add licorice legs connected with gum drops and this slinky creature comes to life. Watch our online video.
He’s certainly outstanding in his field! The Stand-Up Cuddly Bear cake shows off another side of his personality with this scarecrow design. Fondant crows and hands make the look authentic.
As if the “dead” tree stump with haunted face isn’t scary enough, why not add branches and a base cake loaded with creepy, lurking surprises. Here it is! A cake highlighted with Wacky Witch and Scary Ghost Toppers. Spiders, bats, pumpkins icing decorations hanging from gnarled tree branches and a Halloween feeling to the old haunt.
Beware! These eight-legged creatures are coming in your direction. Funny-faced brownies are covered with candy, have a malted milk ball head and legs made from black shoestring licorice. Feet are made from spice drops in your favorite colors and facial features are piped with candy. Kids will just love them at school parties.
Tasty Kolacky cookies can wear a Halloween disguise! These Eastern European favorites can be cut with shaped cookie cutters that suit the holiday. Pipe on jam or pastry filling before baking and add scary details after baking.
Those round cupcake tops are ideal for creating fun faces. Any animals are sure to please, especially when they can be made with such ease--using our Candy Melts and licorice for the features.
Simple techniques are all you need to create this fun-loving Halloween visitor. She’s covered with icing stars, zigzags and pull-out star hair that even beginners can handle with ease.
Build a pumpkin patch centerpiece for your Halloween party! Spatula ice cupcakes, trim with mini pumpkins and display on a Wilton dessert stand for an edible party decoration.
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.
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.
Without the licorice, he wouldn’t have a leg to stand on! Cupcake spider has a cheerful pumpkin face that isn’t scary at all.
Your Halloween cupcakes and treats look spooktacular on this frightful treat stand—holds 24 of your scariest treats!
How many ghosts do you think would fit inside this creepy carriage? Two have already joined the bats and spiders on the outside of this fun Halloween cake.
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