HAPPY HALLOWEEN !
02 November 2016
Thanks Jackie for your Halloween Cake featured here - made with our Madeira and delightfully decorated.
We have some "Wright" good ideas following for Halloween celebrations this year! Above all have fun, get the kids to make their own treats and save some by the front door
to ward off any unwelcome visitors trick or treating you over this
period. You are bound to receive a knock on the door, especially if
they know it's Wright's! Be warned and best of all, be prepared!
Vanessa Sabin provided these great cupcakes with our Chocolate Fudge Cake mix base but confirmed any of our cake mixes would work!
Hot dogs with thin strips of our Premium White bread mix wrapped around them, proved and then baked for 15 minutes - look at the mustard blobs for eyes!!
Boo - to you too!
Our Spooky Spider Cakes - made with our Toffee Cake Mix - just click here for the recipe!
Eve Watkins sent us the above images of our Ginger baked pumpkin cake and the Chocolate Fudge skull!
Thanks Lucy for your amazing Pumpkin Toffee apple cakes made using our toffee mix - click here for her recipe.
Below are Linda's spooktacular cake pops for Halloween!
and they just get better and better! I like Jackie's Halloween creation below too - made with our Madeira Cake Mix!
Quite pretty as Halloween cakes go but Jackie can do creepy cakes with our mixes too as below!
Cupcakes or Muffins made from any of our Cake Mixes can be decorated agghmazingly! How about these with brain buttercream - scream !!!
Superb cakes above and a brilliant bread to follow! How about carving a Jack O Lantern from a loaf made with one of our bread mixes? How about this from our Premium White! Thanks to Richard & Myron from our mill for creating this one.
Looking for something more savoury for your spooky soiree this Halloween?
What about Susan suitably dressed here having created witches finger rolls! Susan adds blue cheese to the bread mix "to make sure the severed fingers taste as they should"!
Any of our bread mixes can be turned into witches finger rolls and I managed twenty witches fingers from one 500g pack. Armed with a few bottles of green food colouring (the gel or paste varieties work best), I dyed my dough and made 20 small log shapes, keep them as thin as possible as they rise up. After proving for 25 minutes I flattened one end slightly and pressed a blanched almond into the end for a fingernail and using the dull side of a butter knife, I made lines suggesting knuckles. Just before baking the fingers, I shaped them into a slightly bent shape so that they look like grabbing fingers. They baked in approx 15 minutes and when cooled I dribbled some red colouring around the nails and bases for that just severed look! Although they looked as though they would scare the dead back into their graves, they tasted nice!
How about Pumpkin Bread? Our Pumpkin Bread Mix – creates the perfect Witches Finger’s Rolls as the pumpkin seeds within make the bread fingers look nice and authentically knobbly – they taste pretty good too!
I love Edith's Halloween Cake Toppers here - topped onto our cake mixes and sealed with a little buttercream.
Horror alert – Sugarlicious cakes by Karen has created this cake – yes it’s a cake! Created with our Chocolate Fudge Cake Mix and filled with a coconut and chocolate ganache – yummy! Remember it's a Halloween cake I'm not scared – much! This lovely lady raffled the cake off for charity.
A few more Wright good ideas for Halloween follow - have fun & stay safe!
Deb the Bread