Nothing could be better than a chocolate cupcake topped with marshmallow frosting, except maybe one topped with marshmallow
frosting AND ganache. If you want to pin this, we suggest swirling the ganache to look like spooky spiderwebs.
Give your chocolate cupcakes a scary skeleton makeover! Frost Chocolate Cupcakes with a dollop of homemade white frosting, then top with a chocolate wafer and upside down mini chocolate cupcake. Add brown
M&Ms for eyes and black licorice for a nose. White jelly beans transform this skeleton into a tasty, toothy treat.Recipe: Skeleton Cupcakes
Mini Ghost Cupcakes
At just 15 cents per serving, these mini cupcakes are easy to prepare and to work into your budget. Bake 3 dozen Mini Chocolate Cupcakes, then pipe whipped topping into a ghost shape and use chocolate chips for the eyes and nose.Recipe: Mini Ghost Cupcakes
This cupcake is the showcase for our Halloween thrills. For the parade of goblins, ghosts, and monsters looking for something sweet, we top it with anything we can find
on the candy aisle. There's no trick to this treat—it's scrumptious any time of year.
It's easy to make spiderweb designs on cupcakes: Simply pipe concentric circles and drag a wooden pick through wet frosting
to create a webbed effect. For kid-friendly cupcakes, use water instead of bourbon in the frosting.
Everyone knows that when it comes to cupcakes, the fun is in the frosting. Dress up a basic cupcake batter by creating monster
faces with colored icing and assorted candies, such as licorice string, mini and regular M&Ms, mini marshmallows, jellybeans,
and gummy candies.Recipe: Little Monster Cupcakes