Today’s ghoulish grub is brought to you by Aimee from The Stylish Nest. What Halloween feast would be complete without dessert? It’s time for this Halloween Recipe: Easy Eyeball Cake. Aimee wanted to share a little about her cake and inspiration:
“This is a cake that is sure to please at any Halloween party. Not only is it cute on the outside, the inside has a surprise. Cut the eyeball and see the gooey mess that a real eyeball might have!”
Halloween Recipe: Easy Eyeball Cake
Summary: This Halloween Recipe: Easy Eyeball Cake is the perfect dessert for all your ghosts, ghouls, and friends.
- Vanilla cake mix or basic white cake recipe of your choice
- Vanilla frosting
- Small package of red Jell-O gelatin
- Blue food coloring
- Black food coloring
- Red decorating frosting tube
- Bake the cake according to recipe or package directions in two 9 inch round cake pans. Allow cake to cool in pans.
- Prepare Jell-O according to package directions and poke holes in cooled cake. Pour jello over the holes in each cake pan.
- Place cake pans in the fridge to allow Jell-O to set.
- Once cake is set, remove from pans and transfer to pie place. Frost bottom layer with vanilla frosting. Place on top layer and frost entire cake. (reserving a small amount of vanilla frosting to mix eye colors)
- Separate the reserved frosting into 2 bowls and mix in the blue and black food coloring accordingly.
- Create a medium sized circle in the center of the frosted cake with the blue frosting to create an iris. Create a smaller circle with the black frosting inside the blue circle for a pupil effect.
- Take red decorative frosting tube and create red veins extending from the iris to the edge of the cake. (you can make your own red frosting and use a pastry bag and tip)
- Place cake in the fridge until ready to serve. For added fun, cut the cake with a saw cake cutter, or some other kind of odd and spooky untensil. Serve and enjoy!
Photos and Recipe Provided by Aimee from The Stylish Nest
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