With the scariest holiday of the year right around the corner, you may be scrounging to find creative desserts for Halloween to make in time for festivities this weekend. To help you out, Misel Saban discusses her top picks for edible gore from blood-splattered cookies to bejeweled candy skulls and edible horror farms.
One place to draw inspiration from is Annie from Annie Eats, who created blood-mimicking vanilla sugar cookies with cleverly drizzled red and white icing. For a more elaborate look, you can check out the confectionery skull from conjurerskitchen.com which lies on a red velvet cake pillow. Nathan Shields wowed us again with his pancake mastery and desserts for Halloween. Miss Cakehead also never fails to impress with her Dexter-inspired hyperrealistic serial killer cake or her annual Halloween party full of creepy cakes.
Trend Hunter Editor Misel Saban Counts Down her Favorite Desserts for Halloween
Alyson Wyers — October 31, 2014 — Lifestyle