Halloween Brownie Graveyard
This Halloween Brownie Graveyard is a fun and edible holiday treat and a perfect holiday party centerpiece. Get the kids involved in making this cake because they will enjoy creating it because it is easier than it looks.
I’ve been on graveyard shift all week making this Halloween brownie graveyard with candy skeletons and old tombstones, this scary edible treat will chill your bones.
This treat is no trick and is best enjoyed at home. So don’t go out alone and don’t walk by that cemetery at night because make no ‘bones’ about it, they are trying to make their move.
Over the years, Halloween has become a time for me to create fun and edible treats. I have never created anything like this cake, but my creative juices got flowing and I had so much fun designing and also in the making of this dessert.
My husband, who is very much into Halloween and all things spooky, got involved too in the placing of the skeleton bones and creative input. This Halloween Brownie Graveyard would make a great centerpiece for your Halloween party table, that also serves as dessert.
Making a brownie graveyard
The graves start with a large brownie made in a 9 x 13-inch (23 x 28 cm) pan. 3 graves are cut and the dirt is created with the crumbs. See below.
Once the ‘dirt’ is crumbled, it is put back into the ‘graves’. White chocolate skeletons are nestled in the dirt.
The skeletons are made by melting white chocolate and pouring into a a skeleton mold to set. The mold is very inexpensive and can be purchased from Amazon.
The headstones are Pepperidge Farm Milano cookies (which are the perfect shape) coated in a mix of powdered sugar and milk with a little black food coloring added to give an old stone look. RIP is piped in chocolate.
Green frosting is piped around the graves to look like grass and that completes the scene. So be aware of the skeleton terror that comes from the cemetery, because the spirits are rising.
More Spooky Halloween Sweets and Drinks
I also have a scary selection of drinks and other treats. See them all below:
If you’ve made this Halloween Brownie Graveyard, leave me a comment below and let me know how it turned out.