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If you’re looking to something to evoke some extra “wow factor” at your next Halloween party or gathering, these spooky and scary Halloween bake-ware items should help you get started. Just get your favorite cake recipe and one of these pans, and you’re on your way to making a thrilling treat!
You’ll turn heads when you use this 3D Skull Head pan to make something dreadfully delicious.
For this handsome guy, just bake your cake, and sprinkle with powdered sugar. To keep the eyes defined like the photo below, roll up small pieces of saran wrap into balls and insert in the sockets while you’re sprinkling away.
If you’re feeling a bit more ambitious, try making this “Are You My Mummy?” cake. We know you can do it. And if it doesn’t turn out perfect, it’s Halloween. It should look a little scary, right? Get the recipe here!
This “Creepiest Cranium Cake” from Wilton, can also be made using the same 3D Skeleton Head Bake Pan. You can get the directions to make this ghastly cake here! With this dessert, your guests will be truly disturbed. But in a good way.
Kids will get a kick out of these little casket brownie cakes! Get really creative have fun and add your own flair.
To create, use this Mini Coffin Cake Bake Pan below and your favorite brownie recipe…
Decorate your Skeleton coffins with gummy worms, Chocolate Candy Skeletons and use chocolate icing or even raspberry jam as the glue. The tombstone decorations shown on the mini coffin cakes above are actually chocolate and made using these Creepy Tombstones Candy Molds! The skeletons can also be made using these candy molds linked here!
This Halloween you’ll want to make a sweet offering to your ancestors with these Dia de Los Muertos or Day Of The Dead Sugar Skull Cookies!
You can easily stamp these cookies out using these awesome Day of the Dead Cookie Stamps and your favorite sugar cookie recipe. We like this sugar cookie recipe here…
Once you have your cookies baked and cooled they’ll be ready for decorating. Then pipe different colored icings into the details for a stunning result. The color combinations are endless. How amazing?
For cookies with a curse, this Voodoo Doll Cookie Cutter should do the trick.
Halloween morning you’re going to need a big breakfast. Why? To keep you energized through the day. Because you’ll have lots of scaring to do, tricks to play and treats to dish out. Start Halloween morning out “fright” (couldn’t resist), with this Funny Side Up Skull Egg Mold!
Serve with crisscrossed bacon, for a skull &crossbones bacon & eggs breakfast. Add a couple splashes of ketchup or hot sauce and you’ll have your very own massacre on your plate. Yum!
This yummy ghost is trying to be scary but is actually super adorable. He or she (that one is up to you) would make the perfect addition to your Halloween dessert table. This ghost is so easy to make too! Just grab your favorite cake and filling recipe…
You can score yourself one of these spooky Nordic Ware 3D Ghost Cake Pans right from Amazon.
We love, love and love this mini tombstone cakelet pan by Nordic Ware. Not only can you make your very own edible graveyard, but each tombstone has a unique design and measures about 2-7/8 inch x 4-1/4 inch by 1-1/2 inches with a depth of 3/4 of an inch.
Bake your cakes and then decorate them simply for a spooktacular result.
You can purchase your own Mini Tombstone Baking Pan linked here at Amazon.
Who doesn’t like some cookies to nibble on? What if they’re witch fingers? Of course not real witch fingers, because where would you even find enough to serve at a party? Just kidding. These yummy fingers resemble those creepy digits of the witchiest of witches. Scary and delicious!
To start all you need is the Witch Fingers Non-Stick Cookie Pan and your favorite cookie press recipe or shortbread recipe.
To decorate, use royal icing in different colors like the ones shown here or go simple and use slivered almonds for the nails and raspberry jam for the bloody parts. You can get the directions to make these spooky witch finger cookies here.