graveyard halloween cake. Beat cake mix with water, eggs, and oil in a large bowl using an electric mixer until no dry spots remain. Increase speed to medium; blend well. Pour batter into the prepared pan.
Add sprinkles to the fault line first before adding the ghosts and pumpkins. Slice the back of the ghosts and pumpkins off that you are using for the fault line area to make them thinner. That way they won't stick out too far. You can cook graveyard halloween cake using 12 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of graveyard halloween cake
- You need 1 box of of cake mix.
- It’s 1 tub of of white icing.
- Prepare 1 of chovolate graham crackers.
- You need 1 of candy corn.
- Prepare 1 of candy pumpkins.
- It’s 1 of ghost peeps.
- You need 1 of pretzel sticks.
- It’s 1 of food coloring.
- It’s 1 of gummy worms (optional).
- You need 1 of oreos.
- Prepare 1 of milano cookies.
- Prepare 1 of gel icing in small tubes.
This is a great cake, perfect for Halloween parties, that is a take-off of the stand-by graveyard pudding. I noticed pudding is less popular than cake, and of course, cake is more suited for parties, especially those with kids. You can use your choice of cake flavor, but pay attention to the cookie crumbs you use in that case so they are compatible flavors. This Graveyard Halloween Cake would also be a perfect rainy day activity for the kids, a pre or post pumpkin carving activity or even a great excuse to have family & friends over for a little wine & crafting session.
graveyard halloween cake instructions
- follow directions on boxed cake mix.
- use a 13 x 9 cake pan.
- let cake cool.
- mix green food colloring with white icing then add required amnts. to make brown until you get an olive green color.
- cover cake in icing.
- stick pretzel sticks next to eachother around the entire perimiter of the cake.
- crush oreos and chocolate graham crackers together in a bowl and sprinkle on cake to make a walkway. save some on side.
- use cake writing tools to write what you want on milano cookies and stick them in the cake like tombstones..
- use remaining cracker and cookie bits to make a few graves look freshly dug.
- decorate cake with ghosts pumpkins candy corn worms and whatever else you can come up with to make your own unique graveyard.
I even like the idea of having a little party, slicing the cake into sections & seeing who can craft the spookiest graveyard. This Halloween dessert is a little spooky, a little silly, and a lot delicious! Add a cookie graveyard to your Dirt Pudding Cake and invite the ghouls and ghosts out to party!. If you love dirt pudding, this chocolate pudding cake is dense and delicious! Or give my favorite chocolate eclair cake recipe a try instead!