a six photo collage that contains photos of monstere eyes that are yellowish orange with white corneas and brown pupils on them, chocolate caldrons on top of sticks decorated with eyeballs and greenish frosting, chocolate truffles made to look like bats, orange, black, and white truffles on sticks decorated with candy eyes, and round truffles decorated to look like mummies--one with a bite missing revealing a pumpkin cheesecake filling. The final picture is of popsicle shaped cake pops decorated in orange and green and lined with frosting. These aren't popsicles, but cakesicles filled with the same filling as cake pops.

Halloween Truffles, Cake Pops, and Cakesicles

I don’t know about you, but I love truffles, and cake pops. They’re rich, decadent, and delicious. I had never heard of cakesicles until recently, but I love the idea of a popsicle sized cake pop. Where desserts are concerned, I believe that more is definitely better. Since we love these so much, we have collected several recipes for amazing Halloween themed truffles, cake pops, and cakesicles for your consideration.

Halloween Cake Popsicles

A white plate is topped with three Halloween Cake Popsicles.  The one on the top of the plate is a pale orange color and is drizzled with strings of the same colored frosting and sprinkles with purple colored sugar.  Below it is another cake popsicle that's a light green and drizzled with strings of a slightly muddier colored frosting.  This is drizzled with large crystals of purple colored sugar.  One the bottom of the plate is a light green colored cake popsicle, that's drizzled with strings of green colored frosgint and sprinkles wiht orange, green, blue, and black mall candy bee bees.

These Halloween Cake Popsicles, also known as Halloween cakesicles are a combination of a cake pop and a popsicle! Need cakesicle filling ideas and cakesicle flavors to make a scary mummy, pumpkin, Frankenstein, ghoul or goblin? This post has you covered.

Halloween Cake Pops

A round plate is filled with chocolate colored round balls of cake pops that are drizzled with orange and white frosting as well as white frosted cake pops that are drizzled with orange and chocolate colored frosting.  Some of them have candy eyes adhered to them to create a spooky look.

These delicious bite-sized desserts are made with a moist cake sheet base, vanilla frosting, and rich melted chocolate. No tricks, these eyeball cake pops are the best spooky desserts for Halloween!

Vegan Bat Truffles

found truffles that have been dipped in chocolate have pointy ears on top and chocolate wings protruding from their sides.  They look like candy bats, and they are arranged on a purple backdrop.

A vegan chocolate and coconut truffle made with Amy’s Sunny bars, brownies, and fair trade chocolate that’s shaped like a bat is the perfect Halloween treat for your vegan friends.

Monster Eyes Truffles

Truffles dipped in an orange chocolate are topped with red rimmed, bloodshot chocolate eyes with green, gold, and red colored eyes.

Monster Eyes Truffles taste amazing with a sweet orange hit, and are easy and fun to make with the kids. Fantastic for a Halloween Party.

Three Ingredient Oreo Mummy Truffles

Small round truffles coated in white chocolate have small red eyes, and drizzles of white frosting to create the appearance of wrapped mummy heads.

Will you love these Oreo Mummy Truffles? Of corpse you will! Dress up your truffles as a Halloween party favor for a fun and festive time.

Eyeball Cake Pops

White coated truffles are decorated with round flat candies that are used to simulate eyes.  From these candy disks, red veins of frosting extend, creating the appearance of blood shot eyes.  Each eye is mounted on a silver colored plastic fork for easy serving and for a scary appearance.

These eyeball cake pops are stabbed with a for for an extra gory touch of Halloween creepiness.

Monster Cake Pops

Chocolate cauldrons on the end of striped sticks are filled with a green colored substance, small candy eyes, and assorted shapes and colors of Halloween sprinkles to create the appearance of a strange witches brew boiling over the edge of the cauldron.

Delight ghouls big and small with these easy Halloween cake pops! Click through to learn how to make these cake pops from scratch or how to speed up the process with a few store bought ingredients.

Peanut Butter Fudge-filled Chocolate Cauldrons

These Peanut Butter Fudge-filled Chocolate Cauldrons are magically delicious! Each lollipop is filled with candy sprinkles and neon green icing.

Halloween Truffles

A black platter sits in front of a stack of books with the visible words "spells" and "witches potion" apparent.  There is also a large black spider and a skull in the background.  On the platter are white coated truffles with strings of frosting drizzled on them to give the appearance of mummy wrappings.  Each truffle has two white and black candy eyes on them.  The y also have small bone shaped sprinkles on them to create the appearance of barrettes, hair bows, or bow ties.

Are you looking for Halloween treats that are cute, tasty, and easy to make? These mummy Halloween truffles fit the bill – and are perfect for parties!

Halloween Cakesicles

Lying on a gray wooden background and surrounded by assorted sizes of candy eyes, are 5 cakesicles (popsicle shaped cake pops).  Each of them is decorated differently.  To the left is a white frosted cakesicle that has lots of strings of frosting drizzled around and over it to create the appearance of a mummy's wrappings.  Two candy eyes are stuck to it 1/3 of the way down from the top edge of the confection.  To the right is a chocolate dipped cakesicle with a broken oreo cookie attached to the back to create wings sticking out from the side.  The front of the cakesicle has two yellow chocolate fangs with two eyes above them, and two yellow triangles to make ears. This creates the appearance of a vampire bat.  To the right of this confection is a cakesicle dipped in a bright, dark green.  It is simply adorned with two candy eyes of different shapes to create the appearance of a monster.  To the right of that cakesicle is  an orange dipped cakesicle.  It is adored with two triangle shaped yellow chocolate eyes, and a mouth made of yellow with sharp teeth in it.  This creates the appearance of a jack-o-lantern.   The final cake pop is a white dipped pop that has a spider web drawn on it with dark chocolate.  Several small candy spiders were  placed on the web.

These Halloween cakesicles are a super fun and cute Halloween treat! Perfect for a spooktacular party or as wonderful home made trick or treat candy.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Mummy Truffles

A raised white cake plate is topped with white chocolate dipped pumpkin cheese cake balls which are drizzled with white chocolate to create the appearance of a mummy's wrappings.  The mummies are decorated with red eyes.  On top of the truffles, one truffle has been bitten into to expose the orangish/brown pumpkin cheesecake filling hidden within.

Silky smooth cream cheese mixed with fragrant ginger snaps, sweet pumpkin puree, and graham crackers covered in luscious white chocolate, and wrapped in white chocolate mummy bands with two beady red eyes. These pumpkin cheesecake mummy truffles are the perfect Halloween treat!

Witches Cauldron Easy Halloween Truffles

A raised plate is topped with several cauldron shaped truffles that have either orange or green colored candy melts dripping down the sides.  Each is topped with nonpareils in green or orange depending upon the color of the truffles topping.

Cauldron-themed Halloween cake pops are unbelievably easy to make (and decorate!). They will be the hit of the school Halloween party or any festive gathering, and kids of ALL ages LOVE them!

We think that all of these sweet treats are amazing, and the bloggers who created them are brilliant. Any of these are the perfect choice for a Halloween dessert table, or to finish out a Ghoulish Halloween dinner. Let us know which of these Halloween truffles, cake pops, and cakesicles is you favorite by leaving a comment below.

a six photo collage that contains photos of monstere eyes that are yellowish orange with white corneas and brown pupils on them, chocolate caldrons on top of sticks decorated with eyeballs and greenish frosting, chocolate truffles made to look like bats, orange, black, and white truffles on sticks decorated with candy eyes, and round truffles decorated to look like mummies--one with a bite missing revealing a pumpkin cheesecake filling. The final picture is of popsicle shaped cake pops decorated in orange and green and lined with frosting. These aren't popsicles, but cakesicles filled with the same filling as cake pops. Across the bottom is a row of witches caldron cake pops on sticks frosted with orange and green frosting and topped with pearl like beads, orange and purple frosted cake pops with candy eyes stuck to them, and a photo fo five different cakesicles--one decorated as a mummy, one as a bat, one as a green monstere with one large and one small eye, one decorated as a jack o lantern and one with a black spider web on a white cakesicle with three black spiders on the web.

Thanks for visiting Patty Cake’s Pantry.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.