Bats, silver sparkles, and the moon. What more could you ask for from a Halloween cake? Click the cake title for the recipe.
Delicious caramel "slime" is the key to this gorgeous and gooey cake. Click the cake title for the recipe.
Cover your black and white cake with gilded creepy crawlies for a sophisticated and playful dessert. Click the cake title for the recipe.
We'll take an edible jack-o'-lantern over the real deal any day!Click the cake title for the recipe.
Pumpkin Cake with Marzipan Stem
With its vanilla-sugar icing and marzipan stem, this cake is sure to sparkle everyone's socks off! The secret to its perfect form? A fluted, dome-shaped pan. The pumpkin shape is actually two dome cakes, fitted together or you can try the Great Pumpkin Pan, from Williams-Sonoma. Add a candy stem and leaf after icing.
Top this cheesecake with spooky Chocolate Rats.Click the cake title for the recipe.
This layer cake could possibly be even better than eating the actual candy.Click the cake title for the recipe.
The key to this mini-cemetery: tombstones fashioned from Pepperidge Farm's Milano and Bordeaux cookies.To decorate the tombstones, fill a resealable plastic bag with chocolate frosting, seal the bag, and snip off a tiny corner.Pipe RIP or X on the upper half of each cookie. Push the cookies into the cake (as shown) and pile crushed chocolate wafers in front of a few to conjure dirt mounds.Trim the perimeter of the cake with a fence of Rademaker chocolate sticks ($9.47 for six boxes of 12 sticks; amazon.com), cut to various heights.Finally, separate and insert pieces of small plastic skeletons ($2.70 for garland of four; amazon.com) into the cookie-crumb dirt.