Scary Halloween Food for Your Monster Bash
We love the color combination the baker used with these cupcakes, but feel free to use any colors you like to create your own look.
Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops
These might just be the sweetest Frankenstein pops we've ever seen.
Shrunken Apple Punch
Bobbing for apples might not look so appealing when this concoction is in the punch bowl—though this cider is too tasty to pass up.
All you need to do to make this treat is dip peanut butter sandwich cookies in candy melts and top with candy eyeballs.
This recipe proves that candy-coated strawberries aren't just a Valentine's Day treat. Don't let too much of the excess coating drip off before placing the strawberry on wax paper. The coating will puddle at the bottom of the berry creating the ghost-like appearance.
Black Cat Cake
Make the black icing by tinting store-bought frosting with Super Black Gel Paste. Gold Pearlized Sugar is the secret ingredient behind the sparkly details.
Spooky Boo Brownies
Start with a box of brownie mix, marshmallows, and frosting. Turn them into adorable treats that everyone will love.
Monster Strawberry Cupcakes
Strawberry cupcakes get a scary makeover in this Halloween recipe. The good news? Makeover or not, these strawberry cupcakes are still as delicious as ever.
Use edible candy markers and macarons from your favorite local bakery for this crafty food project.