Looking for a fresh idea for your next batch of cupcakes? Try easy-to-follow instructions from Wilton to take your cupcakes to the next level. Browse a selection of ideas for everyday treats or special events, like a baby shower, wedding or birthday, as well as cupcakes for holidays like Halloween
Make Halloween cupcakes this Halloween with spooky ideas from Martha Stewart. You will need a red sour belt, two yellow gumdrops, black and red shoestring licorice, and a white candy cake decoration for the eyeball. Cut sour belt into a tongue. Trim gumdrops and stick them together for head
Witch's Hat Cupcakes These witch hat cupcakes are really festive and fun and will be a hit at any Halloween event. All you need is some green frosting for the base, chocolate wafer cookies and sugar cones, melted chocolate and tinted frosting for decorating the 'hat'.
Dress up a layer, sheet, or bundt cake with goblins and ghouls aplenty. But don't stop at cake: Try one of our cute (but eerie!) cupcake decorating ideas. 1 of 30. Pumpkin and Devil's Food Layer Cake. Garnish this decadent dessert with sugar ghosts and a hefty layer of gooey chocolate.
Baking a cake is not very hard, all that is needed is a basic cake recipe and a yummy filling. Once that is done then comes the fun part of decorating the cake. Let's start with the cake recipe, tailored for Halloween with some added coloring, then following that there will be three easy ideas for Halloween cake decorating.
Paint a clean rubber stamp with black food coloring and press image onto the circles. If needed, fill in bare spots with a small paintbrush dipped in food coloring. Just before serving, place the circles on top of cupcakes with buttercream frosting. Note: Fondant is available, in various colors, at craft stores.