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For Kids and Grownups! Halloween Graveyard Cake Recipe

by Albertina Roca   |   October 10, 2014   |  

Gourmet cooking was not something that we usually associated with children until very recently, and in part we can thank reality TV for that. But with the advent of cooking shows like Junior Master Chef (in the UK) and Master Chef Junior (in the US), we’ve come to realize that kids in the kitchen can deliver delicious – if messy – results.

Because Halloween is a holiday almost exclusively designed for kids, we thought it was a great time to share our love of all things delicious with the tiny chefs of our life. But enough with processed, packaged, sugary-sweet candy and out-of-the-box cookies! Our version of a Halloween treat this year is something made at home, made from scratch, and that both kids and grown-ups can enjoy making and eating. A spooky Graveyard Cake!

Graveyard Cake Recipe

Anything chocolate is sure to please all palates, young or old, so our Graveyard Cake starts with a delicious chocolate cake base. Building our fun and frightful “graveyard” is easy from there – it’s as easy as some scrumptious shortbread cookies shaped like tombstones that your kids will have so much fun decorating. A dusting of chocolate to look like the earth has been removed (and the undead come up to party!), and you’re pretty much done. If chocolate cake is not your thing, you can always substitute with a brownie base, which will also look and taste great.

This Halloween, share the kitchen with your kids, and discover how much fun it can be! Have a spooky and deliciously good time!

Cooking and Recipes: Baking, Desserts
Holidays And Seasonal: Halloween

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