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Tasty Tombstones On A Graveyard Cake

Tasty Tombstones On A Graveyard Cake


Make your Halloween spooky as ever this year with our gruesome goodies, ghastly grub, potions, and much much more. Kids and adults alike will enjoy all the frightful fun.

How About Some Delicious Witches Brew

How About Some Delicious Witches Brew

How About Some Delicious Witches Brew

Orange Colored Witches Brew perfect to go along with your graveyard cake.

Here's the recipe for your Witches Brew which will go great with your Graveyard Cake.

1 46 Oz. Can Pineapple Juice divided

1 Package Orange Jello

1 Carton 64 OZ. Orange Juice

1 Liter of Ginger Ale

1 Quart of Orange or Rainbow Sherbet

You want to take a saucepan and add 1 cup of pineapple juice to it and bring it to a boil.

Stir in your package of orange jello until it is dissolved. Pour into your punch bowl and then add your orange juice and remaining pineapple juice. Place in refrigerator covered with plastic wrap and chill well. Just before serving you want to add your Ginger Ale and cut your Sherbet up into about eight pieces and float it in your punch bowl. Serve this Witches Brew along with the Graveyard Cake and you can purchase candy eyeballs and float them on top of your punch. A huge plastic spider can set on the rim of the punch bowl.

Tasty Tombstones On A Graveyard Cake Recipe

Here's a easy recipe that you and your kids can make together and it really is a great tasting cake that you and your children are sure to enjoy.

What I suggest you do is make a box of Devils Food Cake according to package directions in a see thru 13"X9" glass dish. Now once you get the cake made let it cool completely before you go on with decorating it.

You will want to spread milk chocolate frosting over the top of your cake. Now take 6 Oreo Cookies and crush them very well and spread them on top of the frosting.

Now you want to take chocolate filled sandwich cookies and make them into tombstones with red and black decorators icing. This is what the writing on the tombstones was done with on the tombstones in the photo.

Now you want to buy gummy worms, candy ghosts, and candy pumpkins and scatter them among the tombstones like in the photo above.

Kids and adults both really love this cake and it really is easy to make. We sometimes make and give them as Halloween gifts.

And I'm sure you can walk thru a Halloween Supply Store and come up with a few ideals for the graveyard cake yourself. You can use a fog machine and your Halloween Buffet table can be covered in fog. And in the background you can have a CD of spooky Halloween sounds playing.

And Halloween is my favorite holiday really and I enjoy hunting down recipes for spooky Halloween recipes and I try to find something new every year. If you check out my series of Halloween Hub pages you'll find all kinds of spooky Halloween recipes that you can make and enjoy. You'll also find great spook-tacular ghost stories for one and all.

And if you make the recipes on this page please post a comment below and let us know how the recipes turned out for you. Did you and your kids enjoy the gruesome food. Post a comment and let us know.

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Post your Halloween comments below. If you have suggestions or tips please post them.


Post your Halloween comments below. If you have suggestions or tips please post them.

The Good Witch on October 20, 2012:

This is a great ideal. And the web site was real well done.

Gail Sobotkin from South Carolina on October 02, 2012:

Looks like a fun and easy cake to make for a Halloween party. Voted up, useful, beautiful and interesting. Also pinned it to my Halloween Board.

Thanks for sharing this.

Annie on October 28, 2011:

i am going to make the graveyard cake tonight, it looks adorable. Thanks for much for sharing it.