This Halloween, how about some cute festive cake pops for that halloween get together?
These Halloween cake pop tutorials are so fun! I wan’t to make every one of them for all of the upcoming parties I’ll be attending. Maybe I will!
You should too. You can’t have too many cute treats for Halloween.
How to Make Eye Ball Cake Pops
Cake Pops are the perfect shape for creating a creepy eye ball. These “eye popping” cake pops by Bakerella are just the treat for a body part buffet.
Wouldn’t it look great next to a jello brain and pretzel witch’s finger? All the little ghouls, goblins and ghosts will love biting into an eyeball. I especially love the red bloodshot veins. And as an added bonus, Bakerella shows how to make a spider infested batch of cake pops. I just love them!
How to Make Cauldron Cake Pops
I absolutely adore these witch’s cauldrons created by Karyn at PintSizedBaker.blogspot.com. The thing that is so great about these is that they look so complex and difficult but they are really pretty simple to make.
I love the fire coming up from under the pot and the bone candies sitting in the pot.
And like Bakerella’s tutorial, Karyn has added other cake pops to the post. My favorite is the trick-or-treat bucket.
How to Make Mummy Cake Pops
Speaking of simple…these mummy cake pops by Christina at MrsFoxsSweets.blogspot.com are such a simple technique with such a big effect. Your friends will think you slaved away forever making these mini mummies.
I just can’t get over how simple they are. I was sure that the bandages were piped on, which wouldn’t have been that difficult to do but it’s even easier than that.
How to Make Candy Corn Cake Pops
Aren’t these just the most adorable little candy corn you’ve ever seen? These festive friends were created by Joey from 365cakepops.com I just love how they have little personalities. Everybody would talk for weeks about these little guys.
You could even take away the faces and licorice arms and have just a basic candy corn. That would be really cute too.
And again, there is a spider cake pop in the same tutorial that is seriously cute. You’ll love it just as much as the candy corn.
How to Make “Boo”-Nana Pops
On a healthier note, these little banana pops by Gina Homolka from SkinnyTaste.com are a great option for those looking for something a little more nutritious on Halloween. Any kid (or adult for that matter) would love biting into one of these ghostly “Boo”-nanas.
This banana pop could be taken a step further with a ghostly face piped on or drawn on with an edible food writer. Or you could pipe on some little arms and a trick-or-treat bag.
How to Make Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops
While we’re making our pops with something other than cake, try these frankenstein marshmallow pops by Kathryn from SugarTurntable.com.
The most clever part of this cute monster creation is the pretzel “bolts” that are dipped in chocolate. very clever and yummy too. I especially love the color of the chocolate and I noticed that she used Wilton’s “Spooky Green” candy melts. They are the perfect Frankenstein color.
How to Make Spider Web Cake Pops
And lastly, these spider web cake pops are amazing aren’t they? We’ve all seen this spiderweb technique done on cookies and even cupcakes but would you ever have thought to do it on a cake pop? What a smart idea from Janine at SugarKissed.net.
The spider is a nice little touch too. And to bring the tutorials full circle, Janine embedded Bakerella’s Cake Pop Video Tutorial in her tutorial. Way to share the knowledge!
If you’ve never made a cake pop, you’ll be a pro after making all of the creative cake pops that are here. Happy Halloween!