October is right around the corner and Fall is finally here. That means it’s the start of the sweet and spooky treat season and one of my favorite times of the year to bake. So, if you’re new around here or didn’t see my Halloween book when it first came out, then here’s a little peek at Cake Pops Halloween and a fun way to help you trick out your treats.
Inside you’ll find some very cute vampires, cute black cat candy buckets, creepy cauldrons, mini monsters and more. But, they’re not all spooky, some are simply fall-inspired like the awfully cute owls, caramel apples, sweet scarecrows, and candy corn cuties.
The idea for the book started out as an ebook only. I had so many Halloween designs already created that I asked my publisher, Chronicle Books if they would want to do an ebook since Halloween has such a short selling period. They jumped on board and I combined some of my favorites from the blog plus cool new designs so you can have and refer to the pops all in one place. But Chronicle is all around awesome and they also created a special print edition for me, offered exclusively from them. You won’t find this one in bookstores so if you want a copy then get one while you can. (Note: Unfortunately, Chronicle only ships in the US.)
You can get the printed book here from Chronicle Books.
Or get the ebook on:
If you don’t need a book, that’s okay, too. I have some free printables you can use for cake pop tags, cupcake toppers or labels that you can download right here. The pdf contains 12 different tag designs in different colors plus… a few templates for projects from the book.
You can download the free printables here.
And if you make any treats from the book, please tag them with #CakePopsHalloweenBook on Instagram so I can see your spooky sweets, too.