Hey Boo! It’s almost that time of year! October starts tomorrow and that means it’s time to start thinking about spooky cute treats. At least for me … I love baking and creating around Halloween. If you do too or need any ideas to trick out your treats, then check out my Cake Pops Halloween book.
I created this book a few years ago, but I still like to share it on the blog around this time for anyone interested in making people smile for Halloween.
The book initially started as an ebook only. But my publisher, Chronicle Books, 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 physical copy then order yours from the link below. (Note: Unfortunately, Chronicle only ships in the US.)
The book features spooktacular cake pop projects like the above black cat candy buckets (a fave), creepy cauldrons, trick-or-treating ghosts and more. They’re not all the spooky variety though, some are just fun and fall-inspired. You’ll want to check out the awfully cute owls, caramel apples, sweet scarecrows, and candy corn cuties.
Yes… awfully cute!
P.S. Now’s the time of year to scope out black sprinkles, jimmies, confetti quins, sunflower seeds and the like. They’ll come in handy all year long for tiny decorating details.
I still love these sweet striped sticks. You can find them here from Bakerella for Make’n Mold line.
You can get the printed book here from Chronicle Books.
Or get the ebook from one of the retailers below (and, hey, it’s on sale right now for 99¢:
I also designed some printables that you can use for cake pop tags, cupcake toppers or labels … and you can download them for free. The pdf contains 12 different tag designs in different colors and… templates for a few projects from the book, too.
You can download the free printables here.
I want to see your spooky sweets! If you make any treats from the book, please share and tag them with #CakePopsHalloweenBook on Instagram. I love seeing what you guys do.