Severed fingers? No, severed toes! Will you eat them? Nobody knows! These bloody toe treats are sure to inspire a few scares and screams, no matter how delicious. With these creepy cake pops, you’ll have the spookiest sweets table ever this Halloween.
Prepare cake pop batter according to recipe instructions. Shape into large toe shapes, approximately 2 ½ x 1-inches. Freeze until firm, about 1 hour.
Melt 1 package of White Candy Melts, ⅛ cup of Orange Candy Melts and ⅛ cup of Pink Candy Melts together. Dip 1-1 ¼-inch of each cookie stick into the melted candy and insert into cake toes. Return to freezer until firm, about 1 hour.
Roll out the white fondant so that it’s paper thin, less than 1/16 of an inch. Use craft knife to cut out toenail shapes. With the modeling tools, emboss lines on the tops for texture.
Create small balls of fondant, about ⅛-¼ and attach to pops using a dot of melted candy for corns.
Make the skin-tone colored candy a dipping consistency by adding EZ Thin according to package directions. Dip each toe cake pop into melted candy, making sure to coat the entire toe and shaking to remove the excess.
Place fondant toenail on pop, then insert upright into craft foam to let them set.
Once pops are set, dust the toes and edges of the toenail with brown color dust. Highlight the toenail by brushing white color dust at the base, add bruise and cut shapes with the goldenrod and brown color dust.
Mix ⅛ cup piping gel with 2 teaspoons of Christmas Red icing color. Brush piping gel on toe as desired to add bloody effects.