Halloween is only a few days away! If you’re scrambling like me about what to make at your upcoming parties, here are some of my favorite creepy desserts crawling around on the web. Here is a perfect round-up of 15 Halloween Desserts just in time for the scariest day of the year. Make sure you pin this for next year too!
Sweet madeleines that have turned spooky! A light buttery vanilla madeleine wrapped with vanilla buttercream frosting and two mini chocolate chips for eyes. These simple and adorable Vanilla Mummy Madeleines are perfect for Halloween!
My son’s pre-school Halloween party is coming up next week and I’m excited about making a creepy dessert for his classmates. Oliver (my little taste tester) has been sampling my Halloween treats all month. His verdict is…everything has been “too spooky”. As much as I love making little kids squeel and run away, Oliver has advised me to keep it cute. I think these Vanilla Mummy Madeleines fit the bill. They’re so adorable they surely won’t scare the kiddos away. Not like these devils. Or these guys.
Miniature chocolate bundt cakes covered in a hard chocolate ganache shell, then smothered with melted marshmallow spider webs. The perfect little home for a friendly little chocolate spider!
Blogging this October has been so much fun! Halloween and all her spookiness has sparked my baking imagination. First came the Ferrero Rocher Spiders which turned into Chocolate Tarantula Cupcakes, and then my Monster Strawberry Cupcakes (my favorite so far). I’m a Christmas girl through and through, but I gotta say I’m kind of sad to see Halloween go. There’s only a little under 2 weeks left of October and it will all be over.
These little Chocolate Spider Nest Bundt Cakes were incredibly easy to make! A tiny bit messy, but if you have little kids they would have a blast getting their little hands dirty with you. It’s the perfect fall kiddie afternoon project, and the end result is edible. Win win!
When I mean messy…I mean messy. But all in good fun! I got the idea from The Cake Blog. You just microwave the marshmallows for 30 seconds and stir until they’re cool enough to touch. Then just stretch thin strands all over the little cakes. Easy!