Spider cake with slice cut

Halloween baking recipes

10 Recipes

Make spooky cupcakes, a stunning celebration cake or cool ghoul biscuits with our best Halloween baking recipes for kids and grown-ups.

Spider's web cake

4.57143

(7 ratings)

Swiss meringue buttercream icing transformed into a spooky Halloween showstopper - this rich chocolate sponge will be the guest of honour at any Halloween party
  • 1 hour and 55 mins
  • More effort

Halloween cupcakes recipe

4

(5 ratings)

Bake our Halloween cupcakes for your little monsters. With black velvet sponge and scary faces made using simple icing techniques, they're spookily good...
  • 45 mins
  • Easy

Freaky finger red velvet cake

4.5

(6 ratings)

Terrify and delight this Halloween with a dramatic chocolate red velvet cake, sandwiched with an easy cream cheese frosting
  • 1 hour and 25 mins
  • More effort

Pumpkin & caramel cake

4.5

(4 ratings)

This cake uses a few shortcuts but the final result is a deliciously impressive dulce de leche and pumpkin spice-filled sponge
  • 1 hour and 15 mins
  • More effort

Halloween biscuits

5

(1 rating)

Bake our ghost-shaped piñata biscuits with the kids for a Halloween treat. They feature a surprise centre with popping candy to stir up some excitement
  • 1 hour and 10 mins
  • Easy

Black cat cake

5

(2 ratings)

Serve up a feline-themed treat this Halloween with this family-friendly chocolate cake. Kids will love getting involved with the cute black cat decoration
  • 2 hours and 30 mins
  • Easy
  • Vegetarian

Pumpkin spice scones

4.6

(5 ratings)

Serve these lightly spiced pumpkin scones warm and topped generously with butter or cream cheese. They make a perfect snack for autumn, especially at Halloween
  • 27 mins
  • Easy
  • Vegetarian

Spider biscuits

4.5

(4 ratings)

Create these cute spider biscuits with kids as part of a Halloween party feast. Children will love adding the spooky chocolate spider legs and icing eyes
  • 27 mins
  • Easy
  • Vegetarian
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