Happy Halloween

October 10, 2016

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The spookiest night of the year is a shadowy time of superstition, spine-tingling chills… and pumpkin carving, toffee apple chomping, trick-or-treating family fun. So why not get your own little boys and ghouls involved in baking up this year’s batch of Halloween goodies? Haunted by just the subtlest hint of ghostly goings-on, they’re perfect for a monster bash, from olive eyeball starters through to your very own army of gingerbread zombies.

 

 

 

Individual Pumpkin Cakes 

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Raid our pumpkin patch of scrummy squashes

Made using the Individual Hemisphere Cake Pan

 

 

 

Gingerbread Zombies and Haunted Houses  

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Haunted houses for the walking dead

Made using the Gingerbread Boy Cookie Cutters and Gingerbread House Cookie Cutters

 

 

 

 Spooky Spider Web Wedges

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Get stuck in to this creepy-crawly cake

Make using Lakeland 20cm Loose-Based Sandwich Tin

 

 

 

Trick or Treat Bars

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Gruesome goodies for ghouls and ghosts

Make using our Loose-Based 20cm Square Baking Tin

 

 

 

Halloween Green Dough Eyeballs

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Eye-popping treats for a frightful feast

Make using our Loose-Based 20cm Square Baking Tin

 

 

 

Giant Toffee Apple Doughnut

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Sweet, sticky and monster sized! 

Make using our Nordic Ware Apple Cake Tin

 

 

 

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