so here's some darling ideas she came up with actually a
couple of years ago for Halloween...
Hope you scream over these Halloween Cake Pops. (Frankensteins, spiders and werewolves, oh my!) These spooky sweets are sure to get you in the spirit.
All of the cake pops were hand-shaped and use the following sweet supplies:
Edible ink pensLollipop sticksChocolate candy melts (werewolves)
White candy melts (mummies, ghosts, skulls)
White candy melts tinted black with candy colorOrange candy melts (pumpkins)
Green candy melts (Witches, Frankensteins)
Purple candy melts (Witches, Frankensteins, Monsters, Bats)
Black licorice wheels (spider legs and witch hair)
Chocolate morsels (kitty ears)
Oreos (witch hats)
Hershey Kisses (witch hats)
Mini m&m’s (Frankenstein noses)
Tic tacs (Witch nose and pumpkin stem)various sprinkles
Paramount crystals (used to thin some of the candy melts)
Various shaped sprinkles for face details.
Squeeze bottles (for candy coating)
Candy writerstoothpicks (helpful in applying small amounts of coating to act as the glue)
Half of them were red velvet cake and cream cheese frosting inside and the other half were pumpkin cake and cream cheese frosting. The pumpkin was okay, but I liked the red velvet taste better. Something about the pumpkin and candy coating together didn’t float my boat. Maybe I should just do a book for you guys… then I could have all my how-tos in one place. Now, without further ado, here are my Halloween Cupcake Pops:
Jolly jack o’ lanterns
Werewolves you can sink your teeth into. (These might just be my faves!)
Frankensteins that I forgot to add the bolts onto.
Black Cats. Eat them if they cross your path this Halloween!
Bats don’t have to be black, but I do think these need some fangs.
Which witch? Smiling or angry?
One-eyed purple people eaters! (and some two-eyed ones too.)
Black licorice leg spiders
And finally, a couple of horror movie cake pops.
Scream!!!! It’s Jason!
Hope you guys all have a frightfully fun Halloween!