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Hair-Raising Fun Cake

On Halloween, this Bride Says ?I Boo.? Sure to set the party scene, Mrs. Frankenstein gets her shape using our Long Loaf Pan.
Makes: Cake serves 18.
Skill Level: None

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Step 1

Position cake vertically on surface. Using spatula, ice 6 inches of top and side of cake smooth with lime green icing.

Step 2

Pipe tip 12 ball eyeballs, tip 8 ball nose and tip 3 string mouth and eyebrows. Pipe tip 3 green eyelids; edge with tip 3 black outline. Pipe tip 3 dot pupils.

Step 3

Cut 1 in. pieces of licorice and insert into eyeballs for lashes. Pipe tip 10 curved outline ears; overpipe with tip 10.

Step 4

Attach black spice drops to sides of neck and wafers to cheeks with dots of icing.

Step 5

For hair, fit two decorating bags with tip 4B. Fill one bag with white icing and the other with gray.

Step 6

Begin at bottom border on cake side and pipe tip 4B wavy hair. Continue over the cake. On top edge of cake, pipe tip 4B pull-out stars.

**Note: Combine Lemon Yellow with Leaf Green to achieve lime green color for face. Add a small amount of Black color to white icing to achieve gray for hair.

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Hair-Raising Fun Cake is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a great cake for beginners! Great for kids & Halloween parties! It's very easy to decorate & the instructions are easy to follow. The hardest part (for me anyway) was getting the hair just right, but even that wasn't too bad. This was one of the very first cakes that I made when I started making cakes. I used black fondant for the neck bolts & eye lashes instead of candy (looks better to me). My friends loved the one I made so much they asked me to make them one for their kids. I must have made this same cake 5 times. This year I am going to make a Frankenstein version to go with his bride!
Date published: 2015-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I made this cake for the girls at work on halloween . The directions were simple for a beginner and all the supplies were at wilton so I did not have to look no farther if I could not find them at the store . It was so cute the girls did not want to cut it so they had me do it after they took pictures so they could see how it was made so they could try one to . I just love the bakers at wilton and all the cool ideas .
Date published: 2013-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This one's so easy to make! Make it with with her mate for a great Halloween duet! Love to have an excuse to use the long loaf pan.
Date published: 2011-05-15
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