Imagine my excitement when I found this skull tin in Williams Sonoma for $9 last year!? You couldn't get a kick up the backside for that. This cake is really very easy to make when you have such a fantastic mould to work with.
This one is Nordic Ware (naturally), therefore was a dream to work with. You can use any of my bundt recipes to make this cake, although I would stay away from anything with 'bits' in like dried fruit or chocolate chips, as it will show through on the surface of the cake.
The eyeballs are just Halloween chocolates I found in Asda, and the 'guts' around the outside are fizzy strawberry laces. The fascinator was just a nifty way of disguising the join. This really was very simple to make, yet has adequate spook factor to scare a small child (which it did).
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