This year if you celebrate Halloween with a party, chances are you’ll want to have a beautiful cake to wow your guests. To get your creative juices going, here are three Halloween cake ideas.You may find more details about this at just another birthday celebration.
A haunted house creates a great Halloween cake for those who are ambitious in the kitchen. For the cake foundation, take one sheet of cake and frost with black or brown frosting. “Then, cut up pieces of cake with a second sheet cake to create a home” that is kept together with frosting on top of the base (and wooden skewers, if necessary). Then the house is frosted and windows, doors, scary pumpkins, and spooky bats are added. An extra bonus is a graveyard beside the house with eerie ghosts and spindly trees.
A spider-web Halloween cake is perfect for kid-friendly fare. Cover the black frosting with a simple round two-layer cake. Then a white frosting pipe in the form of a spider web. Develop a huge spider in the middle of the web, either with frosting or with non-edible decorations such as a black pom-pom and pipe cleaner.
For more grown-up parties, a scary Halloween cake is great. Body parts are a brilliant idea: it can be easy to make a cake in the form of a severed hand, skull with oozing green filling, or bleeding heart, but it has a major impact on your guests. Get imaginative and look at other cake pans that you may be able to use to achieve the shape you want if you can not find a cake pan in the shape you want. Only make a sheet cake and cut it into the appropriate shape if all else fails.
It can be as mild or as spooky as you want your next Halloween cake. The main thing is to have fun doing it and make your celebration a genuinely special part of it. All will recall the work you put into making your Halloween cake special when the sugar highs wear off and the costumes are tucked away in the closet.