These realistic creepy crawlies were, and still are, a big hit! As you’ll see from the rest of this round-up we love cute halloween sweets but there’s just something about their glistening round bodies and life-like legs we can’t get enough of. They’re super easy too, follow the link above to give them a go yourself, but remember – they’re not real!
Chubby bodies, tiny arms and adorable faces! Who wouldn’t love these sweet ghouls? We make a lot of cookies but Halloween really gets our creativity going with endless adorable motifs for inspiration.
Who doesn’t love a Jack O-Lantern stuffed with Halloween candy?! This miniature take on the classic Halloween trope is perfect to adorn cupcakes, and cakes with. Obviously it had to have sprinkles as the candy.
We’re a sucker (get it?) for this little bat! It’s definitely a firm favourite of ours and will be found on Instagram and Facebook every year once October hits. The little sideways smile and tiny (non-threatening) vampire teeth are just simply adorable.
This simple tutorial is essential if you love cute over creepy! They can be added to monster cupcakes, ghoulish fondant characters and even macarons as seen above. They’re so simple and effective!
The second spider entry on this list, though maybe not as scary? These cake pops with candy legs, goggly eyes and sweet little smiles are perfect for kids’ (and big kids) get togethers.
There you have it, our favourite Halloween tutorial round-up just and each one ghoulishly good fun! Which will you make first?