Maybe I'm biased. I hate hot weather, so pulling a sweater out of the closet is a reason to rejoice. My Birthday is in October. Halloween is an opportunity to overload on sugar and don a costume (I may be in my twenties, but I still love to play dress-up). And who doesn't love mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie, and Thanksgiving leftovers?
With Halloween just around the corner, today's Tutorials are treats, not tricks. Here are a few recipes sure to please the sugar-craving hoards.
First up, Caramel Apple Cupcakes.
Alright, take a look at that and tell me your mouth isn't watering. This cupcake gets seriously high marks for presentation because it really does look like a caramel apple. But wait, it gets better. The cupcake has a cream cheese filling.
This recipe looks absolutely fantastic, albeit involved. You make the cupcake, the filling, and the caramel. I can tell you, this is not one of those things I would make for just anyone; if I ever make these for you, it means that I like you enough to completely trash my kitchen in the baking process.
Presentation is key for our next Treat as well. It requires special equipment, but it's so worth it. Candy Corn Cheesecake.
I love candy corn so much that I usually end up making myself sick because I've eaten too many of those little triangle goodies. Imagine my surprise on stumbling across this lovely little creation. Candy Corn Cheesecake. Hot damn.
You need a special Wilton cake pan and some food coloring, but the recipe itself is quite easy: a few batches of no-bake cheesecake mix and you are a potluck rock star. Depending on how the cake pan functions, I would probably go with a real cheesecake recipe, but to each their own.
The Goodlaffs will be moving on Halloween, so these lovely treats aren't in the cards for us this year. You can bet they'll be making an appearance in the future, though. Maybe a Christmas Candy Corn Cheesecake is in order?