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Halloween Cakes

Looking for recipes for halloween cakes? Taste of Home has the best halloween cake recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

Bat Cupcakes

Bat Cupcakes

Bat Cupcakes

Even my adult children love these Halloween cupcakes! We serve them every year at our pumpkin-carving party. You can also make them with the fudge stripes on their wings facing up for variety. —Joyce Moynihan, Lakeville, Minnesota

Easy Spooky Spider Cupcakes

Easy Spooky Spider Cupcakes

Easy Spooky Spider Cupcakes

“These delightful spiders are very tasty and easy to make. You can really let your imagination go wild with them!” Edie DeSpain - Logan, Utah

Witch's Hat Cake

Witch's Hat Cake

Witch's Hat Cake

You don't need a special pan to put together this fun witch cake using a packaged cake mix, prepared frosting and assorted candies. She'll come together so quickly, you'll think it's magic!—Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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Slime-Filled Cupcakes

Slime-Filled Cupcakes

Slime-Filled Cupcakes

This is a fantastic way to dress up a packaged cake mix to suit Halloween. Kids of all ages will be thrilled to discover a fluffy green filling inside these chocolate cupcakes. The green drizzle on top completes the look.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Sugar Ghost Cupcakes

Sugar Ghost Cupcakes

Sugar Ghost Cupcakes

I had 10 neighborhood kids stop by to help me make these cupcakes for a bake sale, though I have no doubt that most of the treats never made it that far! —Mysie Sabin, Franklin, Wisconsin

Haunted Castle Cake

Haunted Castle Cake

Haunted Castle Cake

Although this cake will steal the show, it's really not that difficult to make. The castle and tombstones are decorated sugar cookies, the cake is a simple layer cake, and the ghosts, tree, bat and cat are made from simple icing. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Mini Spider Bites

Mini Spider Bites

Mini Spider Bites

These little cupcakes are almost too sweet to eat! Let the kids help you assemble the charmers and you can teach a science lesson, too—what a great way to teach that all spiders have eight legs! —Sara Martin, Brookfield, Wisconsin

Batty Bats

Batty Bats

Batty Bats

Can you believe the perky ears on our bat cupcakes is really chewing gum? You will get the best results when cutting the fudge-stripe cookies if you use a gentle sawing motion.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Frankenstein Cupcakes

Frankenstein Cupcakes

Frankenstein Cupcakes

For your Halloween party, these cupcakes are sure to impress all of your guests. They will disappear as soon as you set them out! —Taste of Home Food Styling Team

Frankie Cupcakes

Frankie Cupcakes

Frankie Cupcakes

These cupcakes are sure to impress the guests at your Halloween party. They will disappear soon after you set them out!—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Green-Eyed Monster

Green-Eyed Monster

Green-Eyed Monster

Don't be jealous! Just about anyone can make this cute green guy with a little frosting, candy and imagination. —Karen Tack, Riverside, Connecticut
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