Halloween Cake Baking Ideas
Posted on September 28 2018
Can you believe it’s nearly time for Halloween again?! With the best of the summer weather well and truly behind us, the autumn is now here with all the festivities it brings with it. None of these gets us more excited than Halloween, with all the sweet treats this celebration involves such as candy, cakes and more. Therefore, we have decided to put together a blog featuring some amazingly spooky Halloween themed cakes for you to try this October.
Halloween Bundt Cake
The first bake in our spooky Halloween cake blog is this beautiful Halloween bundt cake. This cake is made up of an orange, purple, black and green inner sponge and then topped with icing and sprinkles of the same colour. This bake is perfect if you want to wow guests at a Halloween party you’re throwing, due to its bright and attractive colours and design. This recipe serves around 18-24 people.
Haunted House Cake
Next up we have this incredible haunted house cake. This bake is shaped in the form of a classic haunted house, with all the Halloween themed components such as gravestones, ghosts, pumpkins, keep out signs and more! It is the little details on this bake that really make it pop, such as the engravings on the door and individual roof tiles as well as the customizable signs on the outer exterior.
Monster Eye Cake
Third on our list we have a simple, yet brilliant Halloween bake in the form of this monster eye cake. This cake is perfect for the beginner baker as it doesn’t require the intricate icing skill that a lot of Halloween bakes require. The eyes are really the thing that stand out on this cake, and they are made from Oreos and M&M’s, which provide a pretty clever (and tasty) solution for this part of the cake.
Pumpkin Chocolate Halloween Cake
Next on our Halloween cake blog we have this trick or treaters paradise pumpkin Halloween cake. This cake really sums up the spirit of Halloween with a chocolate drip effect topped with all the sweets you’d expect to find on October 31st, such as Oreos, candy corn, sprinkles and more! This recipe takes around an hour and 25 minutes from start to finish and comprised of 4 layers.
Red Velvet Spider Cake
The penultimate Halloween bake in this blog is this frightening red velvet spider cake. The spider’s webs are made in a super creative way, by melting marshmallows and drawing the strings across the red velvet cake to create a webbed effect. The cake is comprised of a red velvet base and a chocolate buttercream icing. This bake can be made 2 and a half hours and will serve 16 people.
Strawberry Monster Cake
The final bake in our Halloween cake blog is this incredible strawberry monster cake. This is probably the scariest cake we’ve ever seen, with the individual monsters being created by using strawberries for the bodies and black gum paste for the tentacles. This actual cake itself is a white almond sour cream cake and is topped with whipped cream icing and ganache.