Ideas for Festive Christmas Bakes and Treats

Whether your creating fun spooky bakes with your little monsters or preparing for a Halloween party, we've put together our top ideas for spooky halloween bakes and treats which can be whipped up with minimal effort. 

Someone's watching you! These fun biscuits have the addition of food colouring as well as edible rice paper eyes, sugarpaste can also be used to create eyes, teeth or mini bones!

Add a touch of food colouring to your macaron and the filling can provide an instant spooky theme, the above have been coloured with orange and black but you could also use green, purple or red.

These sweet looking Halloween cupcakes have simple sugarpaste decoration which can be whipped up in minutes. Pumpkins and friendly ghosts are easy to make as well as eyeballs, cats and bats.

Spooky sprinkles are an easy way to add a touch of colour to your bakes and great for getting little helpers involved with your spooky bakes. Coloured strands, edible eyes, and gummy worms add an instant hit of Halloween.

Having a Halloween party? Why not try add orange and black feathered icing to the top of your baked cheesecake to create a spider web effect. Add an extra layer of spookiness by adding sugarpaste spiders on top.

Based on the American sweet treat Candy Corns, these fun pinwheel biscuits are an eyecatching treat for your Halloween table. You can change the theme by using green and purple, red and black or orange and black colouring.

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This block is an item collection and allows multiple similar items to be added and removed. You can drag these items to reorder them.

To add more items to this collection, click the + button that appears to the right of the final item when hovering your mouse over this block.

You can change the number of items shown on each row by clicking on the Change Layout icon. This can be found on the right hand toolbar.