These monster cakes are bright, colorful, and quick and easy to make. They are perfect for a Halloween cake walk or Halloween party.
I have quite a thing for adorable monsters. They are perfect for Halloween, especially if you have little kids who don’t like the scary skeletons, ghosts, and ghouls.
I made these two cakes for the bake sale and cake walk at the twins Halloween school carnival.
These cakes are very simple. Anyone can make them, as long as you have patience and a DVR’d program (or two) to watch.
- 6″ round cake pan
- Your favorite boxed cake mix (x2) or from scratch cake
- Wilton black, green, and purple gel food color – you can use other colors too if you like
- Piping bag and ‘grass’ piping tip
Bake 2 6×2″ round cakes (or any size you want if you want larger cakes) – I made chocolate fudge cakes.
Once cooled, put the icing in between them and stack them on top of each other.
Cover the entire cake with icing, it doesn’t matter if you get crumbs in the icing because it will be covered up by the ‘fur’ anyway.
Using black and white fondant, cut out the eyes and mouth and put them straight onto the icing. Tip: if you mix just a teeny bit of fondant with water, it will make a ‘glue’ to attach the pupil to the white of the eye.
Mix some Wilton dye into plain white icing to make the color of your choice for your monster. Then using the grass piping tip (which has multiple openings), pipe ‘fur’ onto your monsters.
Are you looking for more bright and colorful monster ideas for your Halloween party? Check out these:
- Monster eyeball lollipop cupcakes
- Bright and colorful monster treat jars with a free printable label
- Orange scream pudding monsters dessert
- Monster marshmallow pops
- Colorful monster pudding cups
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