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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.

Purple People-Eater

Purple People-Eater

Purple People-Eater

This googly-eyed cupcake will get tongues wagging! Pretzels, marshmallows and candy help this monster come to life. —Karen Tack, Riverside, Connecticut

Orange You Spiky

Orange You Spiky

Orange You Spiky

Don't worry, this cupcake won't hurt a bit. You'll be amazed at what a few chow mein noodles can do when used on this monster cupcake. —Karen Tack, Riverside, Connecticut

Eyes On You

Eyes On You

Eyes On You

Look out! This crazy cupcake only has eyes for you. Don't worry though, he's delicious! —Karen Tack, Riverside, Connecticut
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Halloween Witch Hats

Halloween Witch Hats

Halloween Witch Hats

Kids of all ages love finding the cake inside these cute cones. They're great for class parties. —Betsy King, Duluth, Minnesota

Giant Cupcake Pumpkin

Giant Cupcake Pumpkin

Giant Cupcake Pumpkin

Make a smiley statement by decorating a whole tray of cupcakes. Once everyone’s seen the big picture, they can all take a treat. —Gena Lott, Ogden, Utah

White Fright Cake

White Fright Cake

White Fright Cake

Fresh or frozen raspberries folded into a thick strawberry glaze turn a boxed white cake mix into a sinister delight. My husband is not a fan of chocolate, so this is a great treat for him. —Cynthia Ford, Powder Springs, Georgia

"Boo" Berry Ghosts

"Boo" Berry Ghosts

Ghoulish treats cause quite a fright, but these strawberry cakes are so yummy they won't haunt you for long! —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Chocolate Candy Corn Cupcakes

Chocolate Candy Corn Cupcakes

Chocolate Candy Corn Cupcakes

My oldest son asks me to make these cupcakes every year for his class Halloween party. I always get compliments about how tasty and cute these treats are. —Nicole Clayton, Prescott, Arizona

Owl Tree

Owl Tree

Owl Tree

I have been “cooking” since I was 3 years old. Now I cook for my two teenage sons and bake decorated cakes for family and friends. I came up with this for an online contest. It was a hoot! —Tammy Baker, Bowling Green, Kentucky

So-Easy-It's-Spooky Bat Cake

So-Easy-It's-Spooky Bat Cake

So-Easy-It's-Spooky Bat Cake

This gorgeous dessert starts with a boxed cake mix. Then it’s an easy and magical trick to make the bat, sprinkled with cocoa. —Crystal Schlueter, Northglenn, CO
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