Monday, October 29, 2012

October Cake Club: Halloween Skeleton Treats

This month's cake club hands-on project was a cute little skeleton, made of a brownie, some yogurt covered pretzels and a marshmallow.  Easy peasy.  And super kid-friendly. 

 
 
If you're looking for something cute to make for a last-minute Halloween get-together, these are your guys.  If you use store-bought brownies, as we did at cake club, it will literally only take you minutes to put together a good sized batch.

my guy's face got a little beaten up on the drive home ;)

brownies (store-bought or homemade)
sucker sticks (you can purchase these at Bulk Barn) 
yogurt or white-chocolate covered pretzels
large marshmallows
black gel
toothpicks or a fine paintbrush (that you have OBVIOUSLY never actually painted with!!!)

1.  If using homemade brownies, cut them into rectangles.

2.  Place the sucker stick towards the back of the brownie.

3.  Pile the pretzels onto the sucker stick.


4.  Place the marshmallow on top.

5.  Dip the toothpick or paintbrush into the black gel.  Decorate the face on the skeleton, as in the picture below. 


Difficulty level: couldn't be easier if you tried.  I'm pretty sure that even little Logan could do these with his eyes shut.

I also wanted to share a few of the super cute cupcake decorations that they showed us during our meeting:




Happy Halloween everyone!  Let's cross our fingers that the rain holds off for some trick or treating!!

Taken from: Eek, Shriek and be Scary Halloween Party on the Wants and Wishes blog

6 comments:

Wendy said...

So cute

Sylvia said...

looks fantastic - great idea :)

Jocelyne said...

adorable

Lose Your Belly.com said...

That skeleton is awesome! For sure last minute throw together. Nice and quick idea.
That one cupcake doesn't even look real, looks like an ornament.

Food for Thought Linds said...

I didn't make that one, but if I remember correctly, all she did was press a stencil into the fondant, cut it with a round cutter, use royal icing to pipe where the stencils lines were and then used cake glitter on top. Super quick!

Lee-Ann said...

Super cute!

An update and a shoot out for you. :)

http://lee-ann-crazylife.blogspot.ca/2012/11/our-journey-to-health.html