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5 Halloween bakes and treats

by Jessica Lockyer-Palmer

published on 26 October 2017

From ghostly meringues to rocky road graves, these Halloween-themed bakes are perfect for parties or giving to trick or treaters.

Trick or Treat?

Trick or Treat?

by The Meringue Girls

This recipe for ghostly meringues from Meringue Girls: Everything Sweet is an easy way to add an impressive edible finishing touch to your Halloween celebrations and a suitably spooky offering for trick or treaters.

Spiders from Mars Cupcakes

Spiders from Mars Cupcakes

by Gerhard Jenne

Arachnophobes beware, these creepy crawly cupcakes from Konditor & Cook: Deservedly Legendary Baking are your worst nightmare.

Hallowe’en Cupcakes

Hallowe’en Cupcakes

by Linda Collister

In case you aren’t spooked enough yet, bake these ghoulish cupcakes from The Great British Bake Off: Learn to Bake for a guaranteed fright night.

Rocky Road Halloween Grave

Rocky Road Halloween Grave

by Gerhard Jenne

Conjure up a grave scene with this Rocky Road Grave from Konditor & Cook: Deservedly Legendary Baking, complete with a chocolate headstone.


Halloween Spiced Pumpkin Squares

Halloween Spiced Pumpkin Squares

Perfect for scaredy-cats, these fright-free squares from Marshmallow Magic taste like a spiced pumpkin pie and are filled with gooey marshmallow for all the treat and none of the trick.

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