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spider cupcakes on Parentdish

Remember these spider cupcakes from last year?

As Halloween approaches it’s good to stock up on some fun sprinkles and coloured icing for all those spooky baking projects you might have in mind.

Last year Sam really got into decorating Halloween biscuits and cakes, so I’m definitely going to get out the cookie cutters and writing icing again this year. It also makes a brilliant playdate activity. If you’re looking for recipe inspiration I put these spider cupcakes together last year for Parentdish, and have some recipes up my sleeve for this year which i’ll be sharing with you v.soon!

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Fun baking decorations to win

Dr Oetker have a fab range of products for decorating your ghoulish bakes, and they’ve sent me these to try and also another bundle to giveaway to one of you lucky lot!

The Prize

1 x Regal-Ice Ready to Roll Icing – contains 5 x 100g packs
1x Writing icing – contains 5 tubes
1 x 55g Citrus Flavour Strands – vivid orange and yellow
1 x 45g Soft Gold Pearls
1 x 125ml can Cake Release Spray



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  1. Tracy Nixon says:

    Creepy Crawly Crispy Cakes, and we are decorating small sponge cakepops as witches, ghosts and pumpkins – thought they would be nice to offer trick or treaters! There are loads of ideas out there now – Halloween is FAB!

  2. Tracy Nixon says:

    Creepy Crawly Crispy Cakes, and we are decorating small sponge cakepops as witches, ghosts and pumpkins – thought they would be nice to offer trick or treaters! There are loads of ideas out there now – Halloween is FAB! (May have posted twice as server error when tried first time? – sorry!)

  3. I make chocolate cupcakes with chocolate buttercream and decorate them with cola laces and other sweets to look like spiders, they go down well. Also the sausage rolls dipped in ketchup that look like bloodied fingers. I love celebrating Halloween, any excuse for a party :-)

  4. I make chocolate cupcakes with chocolate buttercream and decorate them with cola laces and other sweets to look like spiders, they go down well. Also the sausage rolls dipped in ketchup that look like bloodied fingers. I love celebrating Halloween, any excuse for a party :-) (Also says server error)

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  6. Angela Webster says:

    I’ve seen a recipe for some eyeball cakepops, the sponge for them is red so I will be having a go at that.

  7. Angela Webster says:

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  8. Katie Skeoch says:

    going to make jelly eyeballs as usual, daddy always gets a fright when we serve them up to him!!

  9. Jelly worms – not exactly baking I know but I saw an article about making jelly worms using straws and grossing the kids out by eating worms for breakfast ha ha ha :)

  10. I might have a go at your fab Chocolate Spider Cupcakes; they look so fun or I may try making Peanut Butter cups – they’re my particular favourite!

  11. Bernadette Davies says:

    I really want to give cupcakes a try and this would really inspire me to get going rather than just talking about it! Those spider ones look tasty!

  12. Lindsey Jones says:

    Moshi Monster eyeball cakes bought a mix and they were lovely so going to give it a go myself from sctratch.

  13. What fun bakes are you planning on making this Halloween? – planning on making some cookies with a halloween theme

  14. Lindsey Jones says:

    Subscribed x

  15. Julie Picton says:

    Cup Cakes

  16. I think we’ll try making your fantastic spider cupcake, they look great fun.

  17. Svetlana Lemantovic says:

    enter me please

  18. Subscribed on google reader as Jane Townson

  19. maureen findley says:

    chocolate crispy spook cakes.

  20. Apple, carrot and ginger cakes – with spooky style decorations. Delicious and fun!

  21. Rhiannon Alwen says:

    Nothing too exciting. Probably whip up a pumpkin pie though.

  22. Emma Warner says:

    I love making cakes!

  23. I don’t usually bake anything special but those spider cake looks sooooo good I’m going to give them a go

  24. Carol Peace says:

    I have a recipe for some chocolate buns shaped like coffins.

  25. Julie Marlow says:

    We often make bat cookies for halloween. 😛

  26. Caroline Clarke says:

    I found a recipe for some AWESOME Jack Skellington cookies. I think they’d go down very well this Halloween.

  27. Not sure yet, no plans of yet to bake for the occasion.

  28. Stephanie Tsang says:

    I’ll be making some spooky ghost cupcakes with my daughter for our halloween party.

  29. Edith Howdill says:

    These look great.!!!

  30. Aimee Wright says:

    Pumpkin and ghost cakepops!
    I also always make a pumpkin pie, yummy!

  31. Pamela Gossage says:

    making halloween cupcakes

  32. we usually make cupcakes, that are blood red in colour, and the kids put their own decorations on top, a few yrs ago we found edible pictures of zombies, ghosts etc, that was great

  33. Karen Lloyd says:

    I like to make toffee apples with spooky faces on them

  34. i will make halloween cupcakes

  35. Suzanne Cooke says:

    Pumpkin cupcakes, yum

  36. Suzanne Cooke says:

    Subscribed with google reader

  37. Sarah Birkett says:

    spaghetti in jelly is always fun to look at and play with, homemade pizza with red or gree dye, and good old fashioned cupcakes

  38. I plan on making some ghostly cake pops and some cupcakes with a gooey red liquid inside to resemble blood, I want something runnier than jam but something that won’t make the cakes soggy but I’m struggling to find anything.

  39. christina field says:

    Wicked witches hats.

  40. Katy Malkin says:

    Toffee apples and pumpkin pie!

  41. I have a recipe for zombie cupcakes so those may make an appearance this year!

  42. Karen Barrett says:

    Some cupcakes with lovely spooky sugar paste spiders and witches hats.

  43. Karen Barrett says:

    I follow your blog via RSS

  44. Hadn’t even thought of Halloween bakes til I saw this but the kids love baking so can’t wait to give it a go 😀

  45. haley redshaw says:

    Cupcakes with spiders x

  46. cheryl lovell says:

    im going to make jelly snakes! by pouring jelly into straws :)

  47. we are going to try and make pumpkin cake pops this year – my sister makes cake pops all the time but first time for us!

  48. Finger biscuits with strawberry jam acting as imitation blood :) Mwuhaha!!

  49. i am subscribed with google as mummy24

  50. I’m following your blog via the Google Reader

  51. I’m going to make owl cupcakes – using oreos for the eyes

  52. Richard Remmer-Riley says:

    I like blood red toffe apples :)

  53. i think we would go for some pumpkin themed things like cupcakes or pumpkin decorated biscuits

  54. Severed fingers – either cakes…or pâté to give them a more realistic look!

  55. Bat cookies, witches hat cookies and eyeball pop cakes

  56. Allan Smith says:

    Creepy Scare Crow Cakes

  57. Were going to make some evil bat drop biscuits, its easy to roll for the little ones, firm when cooked so easy to decorate. Yummy :)

  58. A gorgeous chocolate cake decorated with a spiderweb pattern and rice paper spider toppers is what I am planning!

  59. Tink Rhonda Lee Mse says:

    I might get my partner to make some creepy cupcakes.

  60. Hayley Lyddiatt says:

    Errr not sure yet some kind of creepy spider cakes or tarts x

  61. Chocolate Orange Cupcakes with spiders on top with their legs made out of orange matchmakers.

  62. Subscribed via RSS

  63. Chocolate truffles :)

  64. Clementina Kyeremateng says:

    Crispy skeletons 😉

  65. Jamielee Norris says:

    I cant wait to make spider jelly with my kids and Halloween shaped biscuits :-)

  66. Jamielee Norris says:

    I have subscribed via RSS feed x

  67. I”m in charge of the cake. At the moment, I’m planning a design based around a carved pumpkin (choc and orange) or a spiders web (vanilla and choc)!

  68. Spooky Ghost Tarts

  69. kayleigh bates says:

    Ill stick with krispy cakes, nice and easy x

  70. francis lee says:

    pumpkin spider cakes

  71. Red velvet (blood) cupcakes

  72. something involving pumpkin I think….but nothing involving horrible crawly 8 legged creatures

  73. EMMA WALTERS says:

    really want to make something with the left over pumpkin, will have to search for a recipe :)

  74. EMMA WALTERS says:

    subscribed to your blog :)

  75. I will probably make my pumpkin cupcakes again

  76. Birthday cakes for my daughter and me

  77. sarah tremlett says:

    Spooky Cupcakes – you’ve inspired me!

  78. Sticky Toffee with Raisins (Fly traps!)

  79. alison hill says:

    my kids are the creative ones in our family, they love making spooky cakes for halloween

  80. Sarah Morris says:

    Maybe some cupcakes or biscuits with white icing to look like little ghosts on top.

  81. My chocolate orange bat cupcakes went down very well last year as do my halloween gingerbread shapes

  82. Some spooky biscuits and cupcakes!

  83. Gunna give the chocolate spider cakes a go =]

  84. Halloween gingerbread, and spidercakes – with licorice for spiders legs!

  85. angela sandhu says:

    scary chocolate cupcakes or cookies

  86. Annie Costa says:

    Spider Cupcake and Goulish Punch!

  87. Still haven`t made any yet but i`d love to try some halloween cupcakes. :)


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  89. Clare Woodman says:

    We will be making raisin muffins with chocolate icing and edible spiders, cobwebs, witches and ghosts – dead cool :)

  90. jennifer thorpe says:

    we make bat biscuits :-)

  91. A chocolate cake with a spider’s web decoration.

  92. Worm cakes always go down well. I make a small hollow in the top of the cake and then cover in butter icing. I use the sugar coated sour worms and push them into the hole so it looks like they are crawling oout of the cake!

  93. Marzipan pumpkins – like the marzipan fruits you used to get at Christmas, blood red toffee apples and a witch’s hat cake.

  94. Emma Weaver says:

    Not sure yet it will depend what my daughter chooses

  95. Angie Hoggett says:

    a creepy graveyard cake!

  96. Angie Hoggett says:

    added to google reader

  97. I make chocolate cupcakes with chocolate buttercream and decorate them with cola laces and other sweets to look like spiders

  98. Rachel Murray says:

    Mini Pumpkin cakes.

    Hubby bought some silicon Pumpkin shaped (with faces) moulds, so we’re going to bake cakes and when they’re half cooked we’re going to insert some kind of ooooooozing red yummy-ness filling so when you bite into it it oozes out and looks a bit like blood (OK, a bit gruesome lol).

    • Rachel Murray says:

      Would like to add that I would bake them for the remainder of the time once the red filling has been inserted

  99. I love making cupcakes this year I am going for orange pumpkin inspired ones

  100. Kate Ferguson says:

    Halloween themed cupcakes!

  101. Pumpkin cupcakes with mini-pumpkin decoration top (orange & black icing)

  102. My grandchildren love baking Halloween cakes..

  103. We’re away on holiday for Halloween so won’t be baking this year

  104. Following via Google Reader

  105. Michelle Kinsey says:

    We have bought some pumpkin silicone cupcake moulds from our local £1 shop, so are going to make some of those. Yum. Can’t wait. Also going to try and make some toffee apples x

  106. tamalyn roberts says:

    we normally make up some scary choccy rice crispy cakes with green gough on them

  107. Michelle Kinsey says:

    Subscribed via google also x

  108. Joanne Mapp says:

    A really easy and great treat for haloween is to make up some lime jelly and set it in a rubber glove. Once set, cut off the glove and add sultanas as warts and red smarties as fingernails.

  109. We are going to make some bat and ghost biscuits with lots of icing!

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  111. We made a Graveyard Chocolate Cake with Merengue ghosts last year, and have been asked to make again this year. Also doing Chocolate Rice Krispie Ghosts on sticks, Jelly Worms, and Pumpkin Ginger Bread Biscuits. That’s just for starters. lol. :)

  112. subscribed via Google, :)

  113. Make some chocolate cupcakes maybe :)

  114. bug cookies!

  115. cob web cupcakes

  116. Christina Curtis says:

    Spooky Shaped Biscuits.

  117. pumpkin pie

  118. we are going to make some spider cake pops

  119. subscribed to your blog

  120. I’m planning on making spooky cupcakes with my little boy!
    @LilinhaAngel :) x

  121. Susan Hoggett says:


  122. Sandra Geddes says:

    I’ll be making various cupcakes and cookies x

  123. Cupcakes decorated with black icing (cobweb design)

  124. I love to use red and green food colouring to make some funky giant cupcakes and of course using some Dr Oetker pieces for decorating!

  125. Louisa Golding says:

    I always make Halloween cookies, in the shapes of skulls, spider and pumpkins and decorate them with orange and black icing!

  126. Laura Cooper says:

    pumpkin cupcakes!

  127. Laura Cooper says:

    subscribed on RSS

  128. We always make gingerbread pumpkins near halloween

  129. We always love decorating Halloween cupcakes in our house, using licorice strings for spiders legs and orange colouring to make pumpkins.

  130. Fiona Martin says:

    I’m going to make some spooky iced biscuits

  131. Janine Bailey says:

    Ghost cupcakes x

  132. Janine Bailey says:

    Following by Google Reader

  133. fran hopkins says:

    A massive spidercake, as it is always guaranteed to scare my nephew

  134. yvette ross says:

    spider cup cakes

  135. Diana Cotter says:

    I’d love to attempt some firework cupcakes instead of the good, solid Parkin I make every year :)

    • Diana Cotter says:

      Sorry – getting tired & confused Halloween & bonfire! I think I’ll make a giant pumpkin cake and hope it turns into a beautiful carriage :)

  136. Diana Cotter says:

    Already subscribed via Google Reader

  137. Love the picture of spider cupcakes. I’ll make jelly belly eyeballs too and pumpkin pie.

  138. Hannah Rowley says:

    Chocolate and Vanilla cupcakes with Orange and Black buttercream icing with fondant Pumpkins and Bats

  139. nicola barter says:

    Pumpkin cookies

  140. Susan Bowe says:

    Toffee cakes

  141. Orangeblossom Sandydowns says:

    I plan of doing some spider web cupcakes.

  142. Orangeblossom Sandydowns says:



    Spiders web cupcakes with black frosting. Plus ghost meringues! xoxo


    Following via google xoxo

  145. Sarah lambert says:

    Im going to be making Snake jellies and eye ball crispy buns :)

  146. sairz eastham says:

    we’re going to make super spooky cupcakes 😀

  147. sairz eastham says:

    subscribed via rss

  148. nicola barter says:

    following with google

  149. Melanie C says:

    We’re making Hallowe’en cupcakes …. witches hats, spiders, black cats :) xx

  150. Melanie C says:

    I’ve subscribed via Google Reader xx

  151. emma wellman says:

    pumpkin cake and pumpkin cupcakes

  152. pumpkin juice and cakes 😀

  153. Im going to make ghost cookies

  154. Ooh I love making Halloween food! 😀 I make severed finger chicken strips, pumpkin pie, pizza jack o lantern, black cat biscuits and spider cupcakes

  155. Jennifer Dyson says:

    I fancy making some spider cakes

  156. kim winter says:

    I’m going to use the leftover pumpkin and turn them into pumpkin and chocolate brownies!

  157. kim winter says:

    suscribed via google reader :)

  158. Susan Bowe says:

    Followed via google RSS

  159. lyn burgess says:

    a bonfire cake, covered in orange/red buttercream, on abed of matchmakers,

  160. Joanna Sawka says:

    Halloween pumpkin cake

  161. Matt Hudson says:

    pumpkin cupcakes.

  162. A hollowed-out (pumpkin-shaped) cake, iced orange and filled with pumpkin cupcakes!

  163. melanie stirling says:

    Biscuits with black liquorice as legs to make spiders

  164. melanie stirling says:

    I have subscribed to RSS

  165. Orange cupcakes :-)

  166. Ghost cupcakes!

  167. Scary cupcakes, well, as scary as you can make them for a bunch of playgriup toddlers 😉

  168. Sandy Ferguson says:

    Spider style cupcakes with a green gooey centre!

  169. scary biscuits with tangfastics on top lol, not sure how many will make it onto the cakes though!

  170. Farhana Haque says:

    Scary cupcakes!!

    subscribed via Google reader

  171. Susan Hoggett says:


  172. Joy Dehany says:


    I make witchy fingers in shortbread with almonds for nails.

  173. 2 differently shaped Shrewsbury biscuits – witches and cats.

  174. iain maciver says:

    got to make some spider cakes

  175. Caroline Higson says:

    Cupcakes decorated to look like cats/bats/spiders always go down well!

  176. laura banks says:

    we do toffee apples

  177. Janet Coverdale says:

    Bat and Ghost Cookies are a favorite

  178. gingerbread men with arms and legs cut off and oozing blood

  179. Fang Cupcakes

  180. Buns with spooky toppings on

  181. Cupcakes and biscuits.

  182. Already subscribe.

  183. Making some jelly in a rubber glove so it looks like a hand.(in a clean glove of course)

  184. sarah rawlings says:

    Im new to baking this prize would help me along.

  185. Amanda Oakley says:

    Spider cupcakes

  186. Sarah Walford says:

    My Son’s birthday is on Halloween so we always have a Halloween theme for his party and this year we have cakes shaped as little Ghosts!!!!

  187. carol stirmey says:

    I plan to use marsh mallows, pink and white, to make ‘happy’ spiders, and decorate with icing and allsorts

  188. Ghost and bat cookies

  189. Mark Johnson says:

    toffee apples

  190. going to try some cakepops

  191. ghost fairy cakes

  192. following on google reader

  193. Yvonne Brownsea says:

    We’re having our first Hallowe’en party ever. Kids first, adults later and I’m going to make all manner of gruesome treats. A big centre piece cake made to look like a bleeding heart for the adults and a big centre piece cake made to look like a brain for the kids. I’m making devil cupcakes, spider cupcakes, pumpkin cupcakes and tombstone cupcakes and also cheese straw witches fingers amongst other things!

  194. Yvonne Brownsea says:

    I’ve subscribed by Google Reader

  195. Toffe apples

  196. Belinda Matthews says:

    Bat and Spider cupcakes

  197. Rachel Blackburn says:

    some scary fairy cakes :)

  198. spooky ghost cookies :)

  199. Jennifer Dyson says:

    Subscribed via Google +

  200. Rudy Roversi says:

    Great prize!

  201. I usually make a chocolate cake and decorate it to look like a pumpkin – this year I might try making a cake in a pyrex bowl x 2 & ice together to make a proper round pumpkin.

  202. Have no idea. I don’t usually bake much but am going to get some ingredients and equipment soon so this competition is great for me!

  203. i’ll be making gingerbread ghosts, monster cupcakes, pumpkin cookies and maybe some other scary biscuits! yes, we love halloween!

  204. My brain cupcakes went down well last year , so maybe those!

  205. You’re in my Google reader too!

  206. Linda Thorn says:

    i will make toffee apples and put faces on them of real horrors such as one eyed faces.

  207. Eleanor Jones says:

    I plan to make pumpkin and ghost biscuits :)

  208. rebecca denyer says:

    We are carving a pumpkin and my son is desperate to try pumpkin pie although i dont fancy it myself hes been watching too much american kids tv

  209. spooky ginger bread ghosts

  210. I wasn’t really planning on making anything but if i won then i could possibly make some squash cakes having picked my last 2 squashes.

  211. I’m going to attempt gingerbread witches, mummies and other scary treats!

  212. kerry Locke says:

    Pumpkin Cobbler- Pumpkin soup – Pumpkin pie – infact anything I can put pumpkin in!!!! We even make pumpkin syrup for our hot chocolate !!!

  213. jennie jackson says:

    pumpkin cupcakes

  214. a spider web cake

  215. Gabrielle Svensson says:

    I’m making spooky Halloween cookies decorated to look like ghosts, pumpkins and bats.

  216. catherine plant says:


  217. Claire Appleton says:

    Great prize, my little boy would love these buns! :)


    Cupcakes with red, green or orange butter icing, topped with a jelly eyeball or frog

  219. Aaron LaPaire says:

    Cupcakes with different creepy designs on them!

  220. Ian Dowson says:

    Gooey Green Slime cupcakes, a bowl full of eyeball jelly mix, some spider leg cheese straws and if I have time, a brain jellycake :)

  221. Teresa Sheldon says:


  222. eyeball marshmallow cakes. They’re bloomin’ lovely & look fab :) x

  223. Subscribe via RSS xx

  224. Samantha Ripley says:

    We found a great bat biscuit cutter in our local market so we plan to make and decorate biscuits

  225. Samantha Ripley says:

    following through google reader

  226. mummy cupcakes!

  227. Sarah Evans says:

    The grandchildren are staying over so we’ll be making halloween biscuits of ghosts and spiders!

  228. Lynn Tibby says:

    Definitely spooky, spider cupcakes!

  229. vicky haddock says:

    Jelly with eyeballs in it

  230. Lucy Carter says:

    Mummy cupcakes, jelly severed hand and jelly worms :-)

  231. A chocolate rum and raising mud cake with chocolate icing and fudge pieces – strictly for adults of course.
    Some iced buns with scary faces and Smartie cookies for the children.

  232. Joy Dehany says:


  233. Paula Smith says:

    Marshmallow Ghost Biscuits and Gravestone cupcakes

  234. helena haddock says:

    We cook bat and witch cookies

  235. Shona Jones says:

    I’d like to have a go at making pumpkin pie. seems fitting for halloween.

  236. Skeleton gingerbread men!

  237. I might do my usual giant cupcake spidercake with Mikado legs and baby spider cupcakes or I might try something new and go for a Gingerbread haunted house!!

  238. Heather Walsh says:

    Gingerbread skeletons

  239. ghost cookies

  240. Jeanette Downing says:

    gingerbread monsters

  241. Sarah Davies says:

    Iced gingerbread ghosts

  242. chris parham says:

    scary cookies and a pumpkin spong from what we have left from carving pumpkins

  243. jessica cook says:

    pumpkin shaped cookies x

  244. Sarah Ballantyne says:

    We are making ginger biscuits shaped like pumpkins and witches, and creepy spider cupcakes

  245. Sarah Ballantyne says:

    Following via google reader

  246. Michelle Porter-Reed says:

    I too am making gingerbread pumpkins and my sons decorate them with the icing and sprinkles etc

  247. Laura watson says:

    scary cupcakes/fairy cakes but reading other comments may pinch a few of your ideas too lol x

  248. I’m baking a bread coffin to fill with gooeys!

  249. Hazel Rush says:

    Spooky decorated iced cookies

  250. Paula Phillips says:

    We’ll be making cupcakes and biscuits and will be putting lots of scary decorations on them.

  251. Jenny Rogers says:

    Cookies, decorated with icing spiders.

  252. olivia kirby says:

    pumpkin cupcakes, my favourite!

  253. olivia kirby says:

    I subscribe by email

  254. Celia West says:

    Cupcakes with scaty decorations

  255. Annette Hanley says:

    Bat Biscuits and pumpkin cupcakes.

  256. Spooky Spider cakes using Liquorice Allsorts wheels unravelled for legs.

  257. Clare F Wood says:

    We are going to make Spider sweety buns

  258. Lucy robinson says:

    I am going to try making spider cakes.

  259. Michelle Williams says:

    Some fairy cakes

  260. I have Subscribe to on RSS

  261. Claire Trevor says:

    I’ll be making spiderweb cookies.

  262. Claire Trevor says:

    I already subscribe via RSS.

  263. sandra smith says:

    the spider cup cakes have inspired me – looks like I will be trying those, they look fab and am sure my grandchildren will think so too :-)

  264. Jules Naybur says:

    I will be making spider cup cakes again, as they went down a treat last year xx

  265. karen dixon says:

    haloween spider cookies

  266. Paul Witney says:

    Big chocolate cake with cobweb and spider decoration

  267. DENISE WILDEN says:

    I love the Haoween spider cookies with have to make them for my grandchildren

  268. Zombie cakes, should be fun!

  269. karen jones says:

    working in a nursery the spider cakes are for us simple but affective

  270. Sarah Parker says:

    spider cakes :)

  271. S Horncastle says:

    I would love to try bake the spider cupcakes

  272. Toffee Apples 😀

  273. jelly worm cup cakes

  274. Hilary Grey says:

    I think spider-web cupcakes :-)

  275. helenthemadex says:

    mud pie with worms (chocolate mousse with jelly worms) and mummies (sausage rolls made to look like little mummies)

  276. Lesley Bain says:

    We like baking and icing cookies in the shape of bats, ghosts etc :)

  277. Benji Collier says:

    Blood and guts jelly, my son’s favourite – strawberry jelly with red liquorice mixed in

  278. MARTIN TURNER says:

    we are going to be making some spooky biscuits

  279. Deborah Bird says:

    Pumkin and Ghost biscuits!

  280. Esme McCrubb says:

    im going to make some pumpkin cake pops and fairy cakes