Halloween Witchcakes

You can make these fully homemade (which will take a while) or you can store buy the cake mix and frosting if you're on a time crunch.
I like all Pillsbury cake mixes, and of course the always spoon-able Pillsbury vanilla frosting.
You will need:
Brown mini M&Ms plus
Cake Mix
Chocolate sugar cones
Black licorice laces, cut into 1/4-inch, 1/2-inch and 2-inch lengths
Candy corns
Here's the full recipe:
Cover the tops of each cupcake with a generous mound of frosting. Insert one candy corn into each cupcake to form a nose. Using brown mini M&Ms, insert two into each cupcake to form eyes. Place two short lengths of licorice above the eyes to form eyebrows for the witch. Place the shorter licorice lengths above the eyebrows to form bangs. Place an inverted cone on top of bangs, pressing gently into frosting to adhere. Place the longer licorice lengths under the cone hat to form the hair.

1 comment:

  1. Can I use a cake cone dipped in chocolate or will that make the witch look like a pilgrim?