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Cakes at Halloween

One of the best ways to scare up some excitement is with spooky Halloween cakes. There are numerous ways you can decorate a cake for the occasion. A great way to add a little spark or “scare” to a Halloween cake is with chocolate decorations. Chocolate not only gives a nice contrast to the cake but it taste great too. You can use a variety of chocolates for color like milk, dark or extra dark. As well, you can have Halloween motifs such as ghosts and goblins, flying bats, creepy crawly spiders or other themes. 

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One of the best ways to scare up some excitement is with spooky Halloween cakes. There are numerous ways you can decorate a cake for the occasion. A great way to add a little spark or “scare” to a Halloween cake is with chocolate decorations. Chocolate not only gives a nice contrast to the cake but it taste great too. You can use a variety of chocolates for color like milk, dark or extra dark. As well, you can have Halloween motifs such as ghosts and goblins, flying bats, creepy crawly spiders or other themes. 

Desserts At Halloween

Make Halloween desserts for a party or to hand out during trick-or-treat with spine-chilling recipes. Creepy homemade treats for the festivities are best made with chocolate. The key ingredient of chocolate provides a tasty treat and the perfect element for texture, color contrast and delicious taste.  From simple sweets to decadent desserts and chocolate cake decorations, baking chocolate for Halloween couldn’t be more fun. 

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Halloween desserts can be a lot of fun to create and serve. And by using chocolate as the fundamental ingredient, your hosting and spooky baking will be successful. Chocolate offers a large diversity for different tasty and decorative desserts such as spider web cheesecake, chocolate eyeballs, bat cookies, chocolate mice and more.  

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Molds at Halloween

Halloween is the opportune time to use moulds for chocolate candies and treats. Halloween cchocolate molds are ideal for creating various shapes and sizes of spooky creatures like bats, ghosts, monsters or skulls for your Halloween parties. Moulds can also be used to make Halloween candy for trick or treaters. The scary treats are more cost effective and a lot more fun and healthier than wrapped candies. 

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using moulds to make chocolate candies for Halloween is a great way to scare up some exciting fun. Halloween chocolate moulds come in a large variety of shapes and sizes, from skulls and brains to crazy zombies. There are even lollipops moulds that all ages will enjoy. Making your own chocolate candies also allows you to choose between milk chocolate, dark and extra dark. 

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Snacks At Halloween

There is so much you can do with snacks and chocolate during Halloween. The scary options are endless, making them perfect for parties. Your little goblins will also love helping you in the kitchen with creating (and eating) spooky Halloween sweets and treats. From truffle tarantulas and creepy chocolate peanut butter eyeballs to chocolate dipped pretzels made into owls, there are countless Halloween snacks for the festivities.  

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kids can explore the great fun of creating Halloween snacks for their party. Making and baking chocolate snacks for the festivities is a great way for children to learn teamwork, math skills and greater creativity. Halloween chocolate snacks are also very rewarding in taste plus there are many creative ways you can put together a theme for a party. 

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    brownie cake

    Brownie cake Preparation Pre-heat the oven at 350°F (180°C) Use a double sauce pan (“au bain marie”) Cut the butter in dice and melt the butter and chocolate gems Use a standing mixer, transfer the eggs to the bowl and whisk until light and fluffy Add the sugar and mix until you get a pale […]

    Halloween breakfast

    Preparation Make these pumpkin brownies the day before Preheat oven to 350°F (180°C) Butter a 9x9in (23x23cm) square baking, line with parchment paper Stir the flour, baking powder and salt together in a bowl and set aside Put sugar, eggs, and vanilla in the bowl of an electric mixer; beat until fluffy and well combined, […]

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