*Bunneh Test Kitchen* Last year, I made some baby Groot cupcakes just for kicks, because I saw some online and was inspired. This Halloween, I had some friends who were dressing up as Starlord and Gamora from Guardians of the Galaxy, and dressing their baby as Rocket Raccoon. They asked […]
This year I had a lot of fun coming up with new Halloween cupcake designs! The first thing I wanted to do was a marble cake, but with orange instead of white. I used my regular white cake recipe and my double chocolate recipe and combined them – it was […]
*Bunneh baking for fun; not for sale* For the final bit of Halloween baking, I decided to revisit something I made last year: candy corn cakes. They came about largely because I bought a pan on sale, but with no idea of how I would use it, really. I mean, […]
*Bunneh baking for fun; not for sale* I always buy candy molds and think, this will be quick and easy! Melt the candy, pour it in, wait… voilà! Candy! Friends, I am wrong. Every time. First of all, melting candy is a pain. You can’t just throw it in the microwave […]
*Bunneh baking for fun; not for sale* Yep, I made cookies ‘n’ cream cupcakes again, but this time for Halloween! And I am SO clever that I came up with that awesome, punny title. You love it. Don’t try to hide it. The idea came to me when I saw these […]
*Bunneh baking for fun; not for sale* Sugar cookie cutouts: a classic! I have loads of cookie cutters but just don’t get around to using them very often. Holidays are the perfect motivator to pull them out. I used a sugar cookie recipe from my Betty Crocker Big Book of […]
Halloween cupcakes! These are yellow cake, made from a recipe in my handy Better Homes & Gardens cookbook, with basic vanilla buttercream frosting. The little toppers were purchased at JoAnn Fabric; the mummy parts were sent by my mom (I think from WalMart or Target).
Not satisfied with just making chocolate chip cookies (from scratch, of course) using Nestlé Tollhouse’s orange chocolate chips, I decided to also make “gingerdead” men with my cookie cutter. Some of their heads fell off when people picked them up, which seemed appropriate!
These were made with yellow cake, using this pan, which creates sort of large acorn-shaped cakes. I froze those and cut them in half, then they were dipped first in orange candy melts. They were put in the fridge to harden (I was impatient), then dipped just a little bit […]