Flowers are thought to attract souls on this ritual holiday, Day of the Dead, celebrated Oct. 31 through Nov. 2. Buttercream roses in five shades crown a stand-up skull mini cake baked in Wilton's Dimensions 3-D Mini Skull Pan.
Day of the Dead Mini Cakes
This gruesome gardener adds a fun touch to your Halloween bash. The fondant skull and flower get their sickly pallor with brushstrokes of Wilton's Color Dust.
Pushing Up Daisies Halloween Cupcakes
Bake up one spook-tacular cake this Halloween using the Wilton Checkerboard Cake Pan. Tiny piped pumpkins add border interest to this happy hallowed cake.
Pumpkin and Ghosts Checkerboard Cake
Celebrate the departed with these lively Day of the Dead Skull cookies! Wilton’s skull Comfort Grip Cookie Cutter creates the traditional shape and the black and white designs feature combinations of easy techniques for an unforgettable look.
Day of the Dead Skull Cookies
This Halloween, give guests a mini tower of cute pumpkins! Easy to bake in Wilton's mini doughnut pan and easy to decorate with Candy Melts® Candy and little candy eyeballs.
Stacked Jack-O-Lanterns Mini Doughnuts
Look what you can do with a doughnut! Bake your own fresh doughnuts in Wilton’s Mini Doughnut Pan, then dip them in Candy Melts® candy and decorate with black licorice strings and candy eyeballs.
Surprised Spider Mini Doughnuts
Delight Halloween party guests with cupcakes ringed in orange and white buttercream icing, and displayed on Wilton's Cupcakes 'N More® Dessert Stand. They’re easy to create using a decorating tip 2A.
Ring Around the Halloween Cupcakes
There will be more than enough funny faces to go around this Halloween season with Wilton's silly ghosts cookies. Cut out a simple ghost cookie and use Color Flow Icing to make this crazy guy come alive in 3-D. His wild eyes and sticking out tongue will make this ghost the life of the party.
Talk about losing your head! Happily, thanks to artistically applied fondant details, brownies baked in Wilton's Round Brownie Pops Mold appear to have a firm grip on their popping-off candy skulls.
It an incredibly haunting time of the year and there is no better way to celebrate it with none other than a vampire. This classic character has been around for decades bringing a world of darkness aura with him. This Halloween cake is all in good fun.
These frightening fingers make wacky and delicious portable treats on pretzels. Use Wilton’s Witch Fingers Pretzel Mold to create them in any candy color. Place melted candy in cut parchment bags and pipe all the scariest creatures you can think of, right on the fingernails. Position pretzel stick, refrigerate until set and the party is ready to begin.
Finger Food Candy
Wilton's Fun in the Dungeon Cake captures the ghostly glow of a Transylvanian twilight. Great details pop up from every corner, including fondant masonry, lattice windows, hovering ghosts and bats in the belfry.