Spooky Halloween Baking and Desserts

While the supermarket aisles are bursting with “candy” (excuse the American-ism!) the little ones might not be able to do Halloween in quite the same way this year. If door to door is out of the question for your state, you can still get your Halloween fix with the family with some spooky and fun recipe ideas.

1. Spider Web Cheesecake

This no-bake cheesecake is heavy on the creepy-crawly factor but still tastes rich, creamy and utterly delicious! With a decadent Oreo base and clever two-tone layers, your innocent guests will be easily snared by this deliciously creamy cheesecake web!

Halloween Recipe

2. Skeleton Gingerbread

Dust off that biscuit cutter, gingerbread men aren’t just for Christmas! Turn your everyday gingerbread people into spooky skeletons! A fun Halloween twist on a classic, these biscuits make a great decorating project for kids.

3. Claw Mark Cupcakes

These creepy cupcakes might look terrifying, but they’re actually quite sweet! The fondant claw mark technique looks very effective, but is actually super easy. Just don’t skimp on the strawberry jam ‘blood’ – the messier the better. Slice them open to reveal a gory cream cheese filling.


4. Oozing Eyeball Marshmallow Slice

This triple-layered slice may look like a creepy trick, but we promise it tastes a treat 👀 Rich chocolate brownie, fluffy green marshmallow and of course *those* fondant eyeballs: this Halloween bake has it all!

Haloween slice

5. Spooky Pannacotta Puddings 

Looking for a Halloween recipe with a grown-up twist? These ghostly Panna Cottas are chock full of fragrant Vanilla Bean Paste and topped with a pile of fluffy whipped cream. Spooky, but classy – the perfect dessert to finish off a haunted dinner party or delight the family.

Halloween treats

6. Giant Gravestone Cookie 

This giant Halloween cookie proves that bigger IS better! Queen Ready to Roll Icing is easy to colour and marble, creating a wonderful gravestone effect.

HAlloween cookie

7. Devil Uni-horn Mini Cupcakes

When devils and unicorns collide! These naughty-but-nice cupcakes are topped with fluffy Swiss meringue buttercream for a not too sweet Halloween treat.


8. Black Velvet Cobweb Cake

This Halloween show-stopper has deliciously dense layers of black velvet cake, deep green buttercream, a creepy marshmallow web AND a sweet surprise inside…

Haloween Cake

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