Entertainment

6 Spooky Halloween Cakes That Will Make You Shudder With Delight

Tags:

Spooky Halloween cakes are one of the most underrated treats for the holiday. As much as we enjoy candy from trick-or-treating and Halloween cupcakes, we think there’s plenty of room on the party table — and inside of our tummies — for a yummy Halloween cake, too. So why not shake things up a bit this year and get inspired by some fabulous Halloween table centerpiece cakes — and then bake your own?

Spooky Halloween Cakes

The best spooky Halloween cakes capture the spirit of the holiday without being too scary for youngsters and other party guests that get easily frightened. That said, the greatest Halloween cake ideas should also excite those who love a good scare, so these treats shouldn’t be too corny or cheesy either. Whether you’re looking for centerpiece cakes for your own Halloween gathering or a sweet treat to bring to someone else’s party, there are tons of creative ideas out there to help you whip up something scary-spectacular. If you look at enough spooky Halloween cake ideas, the hardest decision you have to make is figuring out which dessert is the best one for your shindig.

Once you figure out what flavor and what type of design you want for your cake, you can narrow down your options of spooky Halloween cakes. But whether you end up choosing a spiderweb cheesecake or a pumpkin Bundt cake (or maybe something totally different), you can rest easy knowing that there are tons of ways to make your Halloween cakes Pinterest worthy and Instagram famous. Not only will they delight your family and friends, they will also amaze the guests at your Halloween party — and isn’t that the most important thing of all?

Scroll below to see some of the best Halloween table centerpiece cakes on the internet, then click on the circular buttons below your favorite image to share it instantly with friends and family on Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest!

Use left and right arrow keys to navigate between menu items. Use right arrow key to move into submenus. Use escape to exit the menu. Use up and down arrow keys to explore. Use left arrow key to move back to the parent list.