Halloween is the purrfect time of year for making cat inspired desserts, so you have to check out these cute and creepy kitty cakes!
Black Cat Cake
To make this adorable Halloween cake, you’ll need to make a layer cake of your choice, frost it with black icing, and then create the ears, nose, and whiskers with black candy coating, peanut butter candy coating, gold pearlized sugar, and lollipop sticks.
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Kitty Kat Jack-O-Lantern Cake
To make this fun Halloween cat cake, you’ll need to bake a chocolate cake in a jack-o-lantern cake pan, frost it with dark chocolate icing, and decorate it with white chocolate Kit Kats, green Jolly Rancher Gummies, and green Twizzlers.
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Black Cat Cake
You can make this cute black cat Halloween cake by using a template to cut the ears and tail from a layer of chocolate cake. Then, frost the cake with chocolate icing darkened with black food coloring, and create a face using candy corn, licorice stings, part of a pretzel, and a cherry.
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Spooky Cat Cake
To make this fun cat witch cake for Halloween, frost your favorite layer cake with purple icing and decorate it with ice cream cones, licorice strings, candy melts, and assorted sweets.
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Flourless Chocolate Cake Halloween Cats
In order to make these miniature flourless chocolate cakes, you’ll need coffee, semi-sweet chocolate, butter, and eggs. Then, to make them look like black cats for Halloween, decorated them with modeling chocolate and piping gel.
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Hairy Green Witch Cat Cake
This adorable cat witch cake calls for two layers of your favorite cake, plenty of green buttercream frosting, and fondant for the face and hat.
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Orange Soda & Chocolate Black Cat Cake
To make this vintage Halloween cake recipe, you’ll need to bake a chocolate cake — flavored with orange soda — and cover it with icing — also flavored with orange soda. Then, create a black cat decoration using a stencil, confectioners’ sugar, butter, orange soda, vanilla, and melted chocolate.
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Mexican Chocolate Black Cat Cake
If you want to make this festive — and gluten-free — black cat cake for Halloween, you’ll need almond flour, cocoa powder, cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, salt, baking soda, agave nectar, eggs, vanilla extract, and almond extract. After baking the batter in a metal mixing bowl, make ears from melted chocolate, frost the cake with black icing, and decorate it with licorice and pink and green frosting.
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Halloween Kitty Cake
You can make this cute Halloween treat by cutting a chocolate cake into the shape of a cat and topping it with a frosting made from evaporated milk, egg yolks, sugar, butter, vanilla extract, flaked coconut, and chopped pecans. Then, you can create the cat’s face and ears using pecans and pieces of coconut.
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Scaredy-Cat Ice Cream Cake
To make this black cat cake, bake brownie mix in a round cake pan and top it with chocolate ice cream and chocolate cookie crumbs. For the face and ears, you’ll need blue corn tortilla chips, gumballs, apple-flavored twist candy, fruit leather, fondant, and food coloring.
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Halloween Black Cat Cake
You can make this cute black cat cake for Halloween by cutting the ears and tail from a chocolate layer cake. Then, frost the cake with chocolate icing and decorate it with fruit snacks, gumdrops, and black licorice.
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