Change Of Halloween Plans? Bake A Startling Showstopper Instead

by Tefal Team on 05 October 2020
  • Trick or treating may be off the cards this year, but you can still creep it real with our collection of brilliant Halloween bakes. Conjure up some spooky sponges and wickedly good cupcakes this fright night. Mwa ha ha…

  • Ghostly surprise biscuits

    These spooky Halloween piñata biscuits are anything but boo-ring. Don’t let the cute ghost exterior fool you; beneath the surface lies a startling centre filled with popping candy – oh my!

    Killer cupcakes

    Ready for something berry scary? Check out these hair-raising monster cupcakes. Forget tomatoes – it’s a case of attack of the killer strawberries! Dare you try them?

    Fangtastic cookies

    Deliciously simple but devilishly effective, these Dracula dentures are just the bake to sink your teeth into if you’re short on time. There’s even a fun tutorial to help you get them on point.

  • Boo!-tiful celebration cake

    Create a spooky centrepiece with this Halloween celebration cake, complete with macabre (but not-so-scary to make) meringue ghosts.

    Mummy’s best biscuits

    These spooky mummy biscuits are ghoulishly simple to put together. The trick to this treat is a packet of M&Ms and a piping bag with a flat nozzle – that’s a wrap!

    Wicked witch fingers

    Cast your mind back to 2019 when GBBO’s queen of Halloween, Helena, baked these wicked witch fingers – and now you can too! We have to say, they’re finger licking good.

  • Holey pumpkins!

    No need to carve these pumpkins.  Just pop the batter into a prepared doughnut mould and then decorate with sanding sugar, pretzels and green butter icing – you’ll be batty for them.

    Spine-chilling cauldron cupcakes

     Double, double, toil and trouble… cast a spell with these fabulous chocolate cauldrons. Cutely topped with red and white striped birthday candles, green treats and googly eyeballs, they’re real boo-tique bakes.

    Dead good cake

    Give a classic a gory twist with this dead velvet cake, sure to stop even the hardiest of cake lovers in their tracks. Need a little help with baking it? We’ve got it covered.

  • Loafing around

    For the faint-hearted, this chocolate pumpkin loaf cake has the right seasonal flavours without the bloodthirsty decorations. But if you’re feeling brave you could spook it up a touch with these easy Halloween cake toppers.

    Bad to the bone cake pops

    Start with this basic cake pop tutorial, and then transform them into fantastical Jack Skellingtons – they’re alarmingly good.

    Sweetie filled showstopper

    We’ve saved the best for last with this spooktacular candy-filled pumpkin pail cake. It makes excellent use of a bundt cake tin and is the stuff of trick or treating dreams.

    With recipes this thrilling you won’t know whether to shake or bake!

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