Planning a scary party this year? We all know that a dessert table is a must for every party including a Halloween one, and a cake is a perfect base for any dessert table, and then you may add cupcakes, jello shots and many other sweets that you like. Let’s have a look at some cakes you can make to impress your guests and your family.
Two layers of rich chocolate orange cake sandwiching an orange sponge cake, filled with orange tinted buttercream and frosted with chocolate buttercream. Finally the cake is dripped with chocolate ganache and decorated with candy. Orange and chocolate make such a wonderful pairing!
This caramel chocolate cake is a basic chocolate cake batter elevated with layers of salted caramel, Nutella frosting, and sugar glass shards. Be careful: these sugar shards are pretty sharp, and if you have kids, better remove them from the cake.
Why choose between cake, cookie or pie when you can have all three? This chocolate and pumpkin pie layer cake has stacks of fluffy & moist chocolate cake alternated with creamy maple-infused pumpkin pie nestled on a sweet & crunchy cookie crust.
This gorgeous naked cake with chocolate frosting and bold decor is a stunning idea for any Halloween! I totally love pumpkins, candy corns and chocolate on top, and if you too, read the recipe and make it yourself!
This is a delicious and decadent pumpkin Oreo cake with pumpkin chocolate chip layers and Oreo buttercream is dressed up and garnished for Halloween. It’s bold and eye-catchy, it will definitely be a show-stopper on your dessert table!
Scare up some fun with this spooky Halloween spiderweb cake. It involves basic piping techniques, so it’s easy enough for beginner cake decorators! It’s so easy, even the beginner cake decorator can do it. Just watch the video tutorial further down in this post. You can use any cake recipe you like, as long as it’s a round layered cake.
There’s no better time for some memorable holiday baking that brings family and friends together like fall! Celebrate the season this year with this brownie bottom pumpkin cheesecake with chocolate fudge sauce – a super chocolatey, fudgy brownie layer with a spiced and incredibly creamy pumpkin layer on top, plus a chocolate fudge sauce “cobweb” drizzle for a fun Halloween twist! It’s a delicious combination of brownie bottom cheesecake and pumpkin cheesecake brownies – the best of both worlds!
This cake is light and fun but still in the spirit of Halloween. The cake itself is a 3 layer 5-inch deep dark chocolate cake made with black onyx cocoa powder. The drip is deep purple, and there are fun confetti sprinkles on top, plus crazy marshmallows. What a perfect piece for a kids’ party!
This bloody white cake with raspberry jam is as easy to make and incredibly gory. You can actually bake any cake you like and then cover it with raspberry ‘blood’, such a gorgeous and easy idea!
If you a Star Wars fan, this cake is for you! This is a buttery caramel flavored moist bundt cake drizzled with homemade salted caramel sauce and dusted with Biscoff Cookie Crumbles. Two Biscoff madeleines with salted caramel buttercream teeth make the monster of this Star Wars Sarlacc Bundt Cake.
This elegant cake features contrasting black and orange layers of extra-chocolatey devil’s food cake and pumpkin-butterscotch frosting. Top it off with some chocolate buttercream, a coating of glimmering black sprinkles, and radiant orange candies, and you have a Halloween layer cake fit for a queen…or better yet, a Marilyn Monroe impersonator!