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.
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I used red velvet cake for Baby Dracula which looked really cool when he was cut into. I am not a fan of fondant so I used a small star tip for the hands and head. I did the "pull" method for his hair and tube frosting for the eyes and defining the fingers. Just remind people that he is edible! I had cake left over because half of the guests were gone before someone would take the chance and cut into him.