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- Coffin Cakes
- Dead Rat in Trap Cakes
- Demons Cakes
- Ghost Cakes
- Graveyard Cakes
- Halloween Cookies Cakes
- Cupcakes Cakes
- Halloween Scene Cakes
- Haunted House Cakes
- Pumpkins Cakes
- Skulls Cakes
- Vampires Cakes
- Witches Cakes
- Zombies Cakes
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Haunted House Cake
My granddaughter’s birthday is October 28th so we decided to have a Halloween birthday party.
I baked a 13×9 vanilla cake and frosted it with chocolate fudge frosting. Then, I added a pumpkin patch with candy pumpkins and green butter cream frosting. I made cookie tombstones and a graveyard fence by dipping pretzels in melted chocolate and shaping them into a broken down fence.
I also baked a chocolate house shaped cake using Wilton’s house pan which I frosted with purple, black and orange butter cream and added cobwebs and marshmallow ghosts. Read more about this Haunted House cake…
My friends grandson asked if he could have a zombie cake for his 9th birthday so she asked me to make it for him. I was over the moon about it I’d never made a zombie cake before and couldn’t wait to get started. I had to make the grave stone and cut in the letters RIP. Then, I set this aside.
I then made the 1/2 torso in blue for the zombie and then attached some arms and then made the head and poked two holes for the eyes to be fitted later. I made two small balls for the eyes and set these aside too. These were left to harden over night. The next day I coloured the head stone in green using a little gin and green food colouring and then coloured the zombies face in using greens yellows and browns and a little gin this dries when the gin evaporates. When dry I coloured the mouth and the eye sockets in red for blood and with my edible marker pen I drew red blood vessels on the eyes and attached them to the eye sockets using a little royal icing. Read more about this Zombie cake…