Hi, monsters! I am back again with my annual Halloween cakes inspiration blog post from the wonderful Instagram baking community. Read on and check out the fun Halloween cake decorating ideas such as Halloween snack cakes, Halloween candy, sheet cakes, cakesicles, etc. If you want to see more cake ideas for a Halloween party, scroll down to the end to check out more Halloween cake inspiration. Have a safe and happy Halloween! 🎃
Hocus Pocus Spellbook Cake
I absolutely loved doing this Hocus Pocus Spellbook cake for a birthday cake order. I will have a full write-up blog post on how I did this cake! The eye, snakes, and metal circle are all fondant. The rest of the cake is buttercream except for the icing sheet letters that I cut with my Cricut machine.
Halloween Snack Cakes
These are darn cute Frankenstein and Mummy Halloween Snack Cakes! Snack cakes are basically personal cakes that has 1-2 servings.
Cute Ghost Sprinkle Cake
The spatula ghost technique is a popular technique for Halloween cakes! I love that she added sprinkles, Oreos, and candy eyeballs.
Candy Corn Striped Cake
What an adorable candy corn cake with candy corn stripes!
Halloween Candy Cake
This Halloween Candy Cake is going to be a hit at a Halloween Birthday kid’s party!
Vintage Salem Cake
I am in love with this amazing vintage Halloween cake!
Halloween Tiered Cake
Such a classic Halloween look with lots of oranges!
Witch Vibes Sheet Cake
Fun and cheeky Halloween cake. Perfect for a Halloween Witch party!
Poison Apple Snake Cake
This is such a unique Halloween cake with a poisoned apple and snake!
Nightmare Before Christmas Cake
One of the popular Halloween cake designs uses a cake comb for the buttercream, a few white fondant stripes to cover the cake, and an adorable pair of fondant eyes. Check out her interview here.
Hocus Pocus Birthday Cake
Perfect Hocus Pocus birthday cake for a Hocus Pocus lover! It’s a great idea to add a Funko character for the cake topper.
Black Lace Skull Cake
Absolutely love this spooky but beautiful lace cake! It will make a fine Halloween wedding cake. Check out 15 Unique Black Wedding Cakes for more black wedding cake ideas.
First Birthday Halloween Cake
Very adorable for a first Halloween birthday. You can’t go wrong with Jack o’ Lantern and Frankenstein for the Halloween-tiered cake!
Boo Birthday Cake
What a delightful Boo cake with pastel colors for someone special!
Lambeth Skulls Cake
Absolutely sophisticated. I love the Lambeth cake technique and colors!
One of the most fun spider cakes I’ve seen!
Spooky Glam Cake
I love this spooky glam cake along with a skull, spiders and pumpkins.
Spider Web Cake
Here’s one of the simple Halloween cake decorating ideas you can do for a party! Frost a black cake, pipe on some spiders, and purple buttercream to create buttercream spider webs.
Ultimate Halloween Cake
This is so fun!! Definitely screams Halloween when I look at the cake.
Traditional Halloween Cupcakes
I did these Halloween-colored cupcakes as part of my Halloween treat box a couple of years ago. You can’t go wrong with doing Halloween colors and sprinkles!
Brain Eyes Bloody Cupcakes
How spooky are these cupcakes with blood, eyes, and brains?!
Halloween Wedding Cupcakes
A beautiful set of cupcakes for a Halloween wedding!
Bloody Brain Cakesicles
I recently did these brain-dripped with blood cakesicles for my boys and their friends. Who knew that brains can be so sweet?! 😆 I used a baking pan from Michaels and repurposed it into a cakesicles mold by cutting it up and making cuts with an Exacto knife. I filled them with white chocolate, and chocolate cake with oreo buttercream. I topped them off with red chocolate and some spooky sprinkles! I will have a full workup on these fun Halloween treats.
Cute Halloween Cakesicles
I love these fun Halloween cat, mummy, Frankenstein, and bloody cakesicles! Perfect Halloween cakesicle set.
Neon Skulls Cakesicles
How amazing are these skull cakesicles in pretty Halloween colors?!
It was so much fun writing up this Halloween Cake Decorating Ideas blog post. So much talent every year for Halloween. Pin the bottom image for your Pinterest board for next year!