goodtoknow users have got into the spooky season by creating batches and batches of scary treats. We've picked some of our favourite ones to feature, all made by you!
goodtoknow users have got into the spooky season by creating batches and batches of scary treats. We’ve picked some of our favourite ones to feature, all made by you!
Monika Horcickova’s Halloween cupcakes
Wow! Pumpkins, bats and ghosts: goodtoknow user Monika has certainly got everything covered!
Kelly Halletti’s skeleton cupcakes
goodtoknow user Kelly said: ‘I made these ones for the trick or treaters!’ We bet they’ll love their spooky expressions!
Emma Tabor’s gingerbread men
goodtoknow user Emma‘s poor gingerbread men have been giving a Halloween twist: severed limbs. The trick or treaters will love them!
Kory Irani’s Halloween punchWhat a good idea! goodtoknow user Kory places a spooky floating hand (don’t worry it’s made of ice!) in her punch.
Bonita Kinsey’s Halloween cupcakes
We love goodtoknow user Bonita‘s colourful cupcakes – now would we prefer to eat a witch cake or a bat cake?
Aimee Laura Heaton’s Halloween cupcakes
goodtoknow user Aimee is certainly getting in the Halloween spirit. ‘Happy Halloween! Hope my trick or treaters like my spooky choc-chip cupcakes,’ she wrote on our FB page.
Tracy Beresford’s ghost biscuits
‘Just made these for my sister’s Halloween party!’ goodtoknow user Tracy wrote on our Facebook page.
Kory Irani’s spooky eyes
goodtoknow user Kory posted this picture on our Facebook page saying: ‘Here are my spooky eyes 🙂 Booo!’
Elaine Bridger’s Halloween birthday cakeIf it’s Halloween on your birthday then what better way then to celebrate with a spooky cake? We love goodtoknow user Elaine‘s graveyard idea.
Tracy Beresford’s zombie gingerbread men
We love the zoned-out expressions on goodtoknow user Tracy‘s zombie gingerbread men!
Artemis Ioannou Mercer’s Halloween cupcakesA little bit of icing can transform your usual cupcakes into spooky treats, goodtoknow user Artemis shows how with these on-theme cakes.
Vicki Turner’s Halloween gingerbread biscuits
Cats: check! Ghosts: check! Bats: check! goodtoknow user Vicki uses all the classic Halloween creatures for her biscuits, and even throws in a few tombstones.
Kelly Hallett’s Halloween biscuits
goodtoknow user Kelly had some help in the kitchen. ‘Molly aged 10 made these for the trick or treaters,’ she said on our Facebook page.
Zuzana Janockova Brestovicova’s Halloween cupcakes
goodtoknow user Zuzana has used spooky chocolate treats as the perfect topping for her orange-coloured cupcakes.
Sandra Sievewright’s creepy cookies
goodtoknow user Sandra has made an array of tempting cookies for Halloween including cats, bats, pumpkins and ghosts. We bet they went down a treat!
Mariam Havlin’s spider web cupcakes
goodtoknow user Mariam coloured classic buttercream icing to make these impressive spider web cupcakes for her Halloween party.
Sam Redmile’s vampire teeth cakes
goodtoknow user Sam used gummy sweet teeth and turned them into spooky Vampire’s teeth, added red icing for the blood. They look scarily good!
Sam Redmile’s spider web whoopie pies
goodtoknow user Sam made this impressive spider web effect on her whoopie pies by using a fork to drag out the chocolate icing on the white icing base.
Vicki Steele’s Halloween cake pops
goodtoknow user Vicki has jumped on the cake pop trend and given her creation a ghoulish twist. We’ve got the recipe if you fancy making some for a Halloween party.
Tracy Beresford’s Halloween cupcakes
goodtoknow user Tracy‘s cupcakes are ones the kids can help decorate. They’ll love giving the ghosts and pumpkins crazy expressions.
Michelle Cinders Heard’s chocolate apples
goodtoknow user Michelle‘s chocolate apples are a nice change from toffee and are much quicker to make. Cover in sprinkles for the ultimate Halloween treat.
Nia Wyn Hughes’ spider web cakes
We love goodtoknow user Nia‘s spider web cupcakes: a simple but effective cupcake icing idea.
Sam Philpott’s Halloween cupcakes
goodtoknow user Sam has coloured her cupcakes with ghoulish green and grey buttercream and topped them with eyeballs and spiders. Follow her idea if you’re having a zombie-themed party.
Karike De Klerk’s Halloween cupcakes
goodtoknow user Karike has added a floral touch to her orange Halloween cupcakes.
Karike De Klerk’s Halloween cookies
As well as cupcakes, goodtoknow user Karike also made these tempting Halloween cookies. You don’t need to buy special cutters, just get the kids to cut out their own pumpkin, skeleton and tombstone shapes themselves.
Sarah Oakden’s orange Halloween cake
goodtoknow user Sarah got the kids to help her make this Halloween sponge cake. Even better, it tastes of orange, too!
Lisa James’ gorey cupcakes
goodtoknow user Lisa got into the Halloween spirit and made more than 50 of these impressive Halloween-themed cupcakes. From pumpkins to body parts, we bet the batch didn’t last long…
Kelly McLeod’s chocolate Halloween brownies
goodtoknow user Kelly cleverly used a white chocolate skeleton as the perfect melted topping for her gooey chocolate brownies.
Adele Forrington’s ghost cupcakes
goodtoknow user Adele used jelly ghosts to top her orange and green cupcakes, made especially for her daughter’s 6th birthday.
Libbie Walters’ scary cupcakes
We love the detail that’s gone into goodtoknow user Libbie‘s cupcakes, especially the glittery icing.
Libbie Walters’ bat cupcakes
One batch of cupcakes wasn’t enough, so goodtoknow user Libbie also made these bat cupcakes. The perfect piping almost makes them look too good to eat! Almost…
Lisa James’ spider web cake
goodtoknow user Lisa made this impressive spider web cake topped with jelly Halloween characters including an evil witch and a scary vampire.
Emma Tabor’s gingerbread men
goodtoknow user Emma made these ginger-dead men especially for trick or treaters.
Sheila Turner’s cookie monsters
We love how goodtoknow user Sheila has cleverly used half a chocolate chip cookie to make these cookie monster cupcakes and the orange and green icing makes them spot on for Halloween.
Emma Tabor’s ghost cupcakes
As well as gingerbread men, goodtoknow user Emma also made these ghost cupcakes – using a simple white icing effect to make the ghosts look scarily real.
Sheila Turner’s eyeball cupcakes
goodtoknow user Sheila also made these grusome eyeball cupcakes, which we bet the kids’ loved. She used red coloured icing for the vein effect.
Emma Kellet’s eyeball cake
goodtoknow user Emma sent us this pic of a spooky but delicious treat she came home to after work, made by her husband and son. The chalk lolly in the middle works perfectly.