scary enough to eat halloween treats!
 
scary enough to eat halloween treats!
oct 31, 2012

scary enough to eat halloween treats!

‘heart cake’ by lilly vanilly

 

 

 

feast your eyes on lilly vanilli‘s red velvet sponge cakes filled with cream cheese and cherry glazed in ‘blood’ to vanilla varicose vein cupcakes fromlorna’s cakery, designboom has selected some of the most deliciously gory treats to celebrate the halloween season. get baking in the kitchen for some toothsome indulgences!

 

 

scary enough to eat halloween treats! ‘bleeding heart cake’ by lilly vanilli

scary enough to eat halloween treats! ‘organ cupcakes’ by ellis well topped with brains, hearts and lungs – created as part of eat your heart out fest 2012 vanilla cupcakes filled with red ‘blood‘ (salted caramel)

scary enough to eat halloween treats! ‘varicose vein cupcakes’ from lorna’s cakery – created as part of eat your heart out festival 2012

scary enough to eat halloween treats! ‘glass shard cupcake’ by lilly vanilli

scary enough to eat halloween treats! ‘black rose cupcake’ by lilly vanilli

scary enough to eat halloween treats! ‘skinless head’ by little two little cat’s bakery – created as part of eat your heart out festival 2012

scary enough to eat halloween treats!

scary enough to eat halloween treats! ‘slice skin cake’ by gillian bell

scary enough to eat halloween treats! detail of ‘slice skin cake’

scary enough to eat halloween treats! ‘body parts cupcakes’ by gillian bell

scary enough to eat halloween treats! ‘maggot cupcakes’ by sarah hardy – created as part of eat your heart out festival 2012

  • I went to this event, it was in St Barts Pathology museum, it was great 🙂 they had themed cocktails too!

    marycub
  • wow epic I love it Coz I hav a sick mind blad

    M.smartie cookie head
  • eeeeeeeewwwwwwwwwww….! GoodA..

    edVergara
  • Very creative…good stuff!

    JM

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