HONESTLY, this cake is so easy to decorate that it made no sense to even take pictures along the way
Just follow these steps:
Bake a cake and cover it in frosting. TIP: Do not use white frosting! Make sure your icing is dark in color or use chocolate frosting coz black licorice leaves black stains and they show through the cracks between the licorice.
Start sticking your black Twizzlers all around the cake. I had to cut my twizzlers in half to match the height of the cake. You may need to do that too.
Wrap a bright orange ribbon around the cake to hold Twizzlers in place. Without this ribbon, some of my Twizzlers were falling over.
Now, sprinkle the top with yellow and orange candies. I used M&M as well as Reese. I also cut up some yellow and black Twizzlers into little pieces and sprinkled those on top too.
Place your cake on a dish and sprinkle some more yellow Twizzler bits around the base.
And you are done!
If you want to make another type of candy cake, you can make my Kit Kat cake.
I covered it in fruits BUT for Halloween, you can cover it in yellow/orange candies instead of berries and use a spooky ribbon instead of a fancy one.
Well, that’s all for today.
Hope you make this Twizzler cake for someone special on the 31st
OH! before I head off, I would just like to dedicate this cake to Nami from Just One Cookbook. Her birthday happens to be on halloween. So, happy early birthday to you hun!
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