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The Creepiest, Scariest Dessert Recipes Your Halloween Needs

Eyeballs and brains and so much more.

Oct 06, 2015 | Updated Oct 06, 2015
Sugar Hero, The Domestic Rebel, The Girl Who Ate Everything

Halloween is just around the corner, and you all know what that means: so much sugar. Candy bars will start appearing on every counter top and it will be glorious. But don't fill up on those bite-sized chocolates, because you have to make sure to save room for the best desserts Halloween has to offer. We're talking about the creepiest, goriest creations this world has ever seen.

Not only will these creepy desserts take your Halloween celebration to the next level, they also happen to be delicious. Plus, they're covered in eyes, blood and all kinds of creepy creations to test how deep your Halloween spirit runs this season. 

  • 1 Chocolate Layer Cake With Frog Frosting
    Rachel Yecco/The Baker in the Rye
    Get the Chocolate Layer Cake with Frog Frosting recipe from The Baker in the Rye
  • 2 Red Velvet Hot Chocolate And Almond Witch Finger Cookies
    Sugar Hero
  • 3 Monkey Brain Cake
    Linda Vandermeer/Bubble and Sweet
    Get the Monkey Brain Cake recipe from Bubble and Sweet
  • 4 Doughnut Hole Monster Eyeballs
    Sugar Hero
  • 5 Red Velvet Slaughter Cake
    Yum & Yummer
    Get the Red Velvet Slaughter Cake recipe from Yum & Yummer
  • 6 Dracula's Dentures
    The Girl Who Ate Everything
    Get the Dracula's Dentures recipe from The Girl Who Ate Everything
  • 7 Black Forest Cake
    Delicieux
    Get the Black Forest Cake recipe from Delicieux

  • 8 Chocolate Orange Panna Cotta Graveyards
    Sugar Hero
  • 9 Boo-tiful Halloween Red Velvet Cake
    I Am Baker
  • 10 Jell-O Brain Cake
    Love From The Oven
    Get the Jell-O Brain Cake recipe from Love From The Oven
  • 11 Bloody Eyeball Cupcakes
    The Domestic Rebel
    Get the Bloody Eyeball Cupcakes recipe from The Domestic Rebel
  • 12 Cake Ball Brains Oozing Cherry Blood
    Hungry Happenings
    Get the Cake Ball Brains Oozing Cherry Blood recipe from Hungry Happenings
  • 13 Creepy-Crawly Cake
    Johnny Miller/Martha Stewart Living, October 2011
    Get the Creepy-Crawly Cake recipe from Martha Stewart Living
  • 14 Eyeball Pops
    The Domestic Rebel
    Get the Eyeball Pops recipe from The Domestic Rebel
  • 15 Skull Cake With A Surprise Inside
    I Am Baker
  • 16 Ghostly Cake
    A Beautiful Mess
    Get the Ghostly Cake recipe from A Beautiful Mess

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