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A Girly and Cute Halloween Birthday Party for Little Girls
October 27, 2018 by Amy 8 Comments
Disclosure: I was hired to promote #NestlePureLifeHalloween waters for a social media campaign. Though I was not required to promote the water in a blog post, I did feature them here in my Boo-llerina Halloween birthday party post because the water fit perfectly into our party theme.
Somehow it is already the end of October and we have already had our Halloween birthday party! Since the girls’ birthdays are two weeks apart, we have a big double party every year.
This year, they wanted a Halloween birthday theme. Since their birthdays fall before and after Halloween, a Halloween birthday party is perfect. But I certainly wanted the theme to be more cute than scary given the young ages of the birthday girls and their guests. So I came up with the idea of a Boo-llerina – a cute ghost for kids – clad in ballerina attire. This cute ghost party is perfect for my girly girls.
And what is sweeter than a little cute ghost with a pink hair bow and a tutu? You tell me.
This year, I decided to reserve the large pavilion at our nearest park. The last few years, I dumped a good bit of money on the party places, and I decided I wanted to go low-key this year. Of course, the weather man is your best friend the week before planning an outdoor event. I was checking out that weather report about twice a day! We did have lots of rain and strong wind the night before the party. I was nervous driving over to set up at 8 a.m. the morning of the party. It was still dreary and rainy-looking. Luckily, ten minutes into the party, the clouds lifted and the sun came out!
Keep reading for my ghost party ideas!
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My husband’s cousin has a design business called Rhiannon Designs out of Oklahoma City. She designed the cutest little boo-llerina ghosts for my invitation. This year was probably the most frazzled I have ever been with party-planning. I often have most things prepped during my summer vacation since I have two months free of work.
This year, I was flying by the seat of my pants. Instead of sending out traditional invitations, I did a Facebook event for the guests who are on Facebook. I am including a link to a Facebook event cover for a boo-llerina party, if you would like to use this for your own party planning – since I figure many of you fellow mamas may be flying by the seat of your pants, too!
Boo-llerina Halloween Birthday Party Decorations
Decorations for our ghost party were pretty simple. We kept to orange and black as primary Halloween colors, but we added in hot pink and purple. I bought the big yard ghost at At Home back in the summer when the Halloween decorations first hit the stores. It was around $20 dollars, but I kept in mind that this ghost could be added to our home decor and used for years to come at Halloween. In the second picture below, you can see how we moved the ghost to our front yard after the party.
I also bought 24 ghost hangers at our local Family Dollar for $1 each. I picked them because the cute ghost face was smiling in each one – the perfect ghost for kids. The key to a Halloween birthday party for young kids is that the ghosts look happy and not scary. My mom and I added the pink and purple tutus, hair bows, and neck scarves to all the ghosts. At the party, we used these ghosts as the main decoration. We hung them on the ends of the tables and strung them along on buntings and banners around the pavilion.
This banner below did not turn out how I had wished. The tape I brought kept failing me so we wound up having to rig up the banner this way. The chalkboard banner says, “Happy Boo Day.”
At the end of the party, we gave them to the guests to take home as their party favors. A day before the party, I questioned myself. It dawned on me the little boy guests might not want to take a girl ghost home. However, my mama friends have reported to me that even their sons loved the ghost favors.
By the way, the girls’ adorable Boo outfits were purchased last year at an online boutique (sorry, I can’t remember which one) on after-Halloween clearance. (Yes, I have had this Boo-llerina party idea brewing in my head since last Halloween!) My mom sewed on a strip of pink tulle on each ghost to make them ballerina ghosts. This idea could easily be replicated with Halloween clothing from nearly every store. The great thing about planning a Halloween birthday party is that you have clothing and decor choices everywhere right now!
I found this other ghost door hanger at Walmart for $3. I added a tulle skirt to it. It hung on one of the posts during the party. After the party, I hung it on our front door for our Halloween decor.
I had also considered making those adorable little lolly pop ghosts and adding a pink tulle skirt. But you know – time management is not my strong suit so this never happened.
Boo-llerina Halloween Birthday Party Food
The food was simple – hot dogs from the slow cooker and individual bags of chips. I’m not going to lie – I was a bit nervous of using the slow-cooker hot dog method for the very first time while serving 40+ people. But it worked out perfectly! I stood over 60 hot dogs upright in the slow cooker with no water. At home at 7:30 a.m., I turned the slow cooker on high to cook for about an hour until I left for the park.
Once I got to the park (five minutes from my house), I immediately plugged the slow cooker in again and let the hot dogs cook on high for the next hour and a half. I’m a believer! The slow-cooker hot dogs are the perfect party food! Although I prefer grilled hot dogs, this was the most fuss-free way to go while setting up for a party, and little kids sometimes do not like to eat hot dogs with grill marks. Win-win!
If you are planning to have a Boo-llerina party, you could always go for some ghost-themed foods, as well.
Dessert included birthday cupcakes, cake, and Halloween cookies (in our color theme) from the Walmart bakery. We served Capri Suns and Nestle Pure Life Halloween waters for drinks. I had also considered making little ghosts out of water bottles, but the Nestle waters, found at Walmart, already added a fun festive touch as it was. I bought five of these little ghosts from Hobby Lobby to go on tabletops, and we added the tulle skirts and bows.
Boo-llerina Cake for a Girls’ Ghost Party
One of my coworkers has a local baking business on the side called Sweets and Smiles by Heather . She has made our birthday cakes and cupcakes for the last two years – four our pumpkin patch party and our Trolls party . I left the task up to her to come up with a cute boo-llerina cake with coordinating cupcakes! I didn’t even question what she would design because I knew it would be perfect! Is this boo-llerina cake not the cutest ever for a Halloween birthday party?
I hope you enjoyed our boo-llerina party! Not only are these cute ghost party ideas great for a little girl’s Halloween birthday party, but it would also be fun for a little kid Halloween party, in general!
If you are looking for more Halloween themed ideas, check out my Halloween juice boxes for parties and my round up on Halloween classroom treats !
And be sure to check out my other post on 10 tips for hosting a party at the park !
Maybe, for a totally different theme, you want to check out our Trolls birthday party ! There is also my movie theater birthday party with a Frozen princess party theme, a Cheerios birthday party , McDonald’s birthday party , pumpkin patch birthday party , and my librarian bookworm party .
For costume ideas, check out our unicorn costumes for sisters , kids’ bug costumes , and potted cactus costume (for adults or kids).
Amy is a wife, mom, teacher, and content creator/owner of Planted in Arkansas. She loves creating recipes, travel plans, party ideas, and outfits. And she believes in celebrating all things - big and small.
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Spook up your festivities with these 48 ghost templates that are all free to download and print! These templates are ideal for cutting out, creating eerie Halloween decorations, DIY gift tags, sewing, ornaments, coloring, and so much more!
In this collection, we’ve illustrated an assortment of ghostly figures featuring traditional sheet ghosts, spooky specters draped in mystery, charmingly cute phantom faces, as well as minimalist modern interpretations, plus a ton more!
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10. Halloween Greeting Card Embellishments
My ghost templates would make an adorable adornment for DIY Halloween greeting cards that you can send to all your friends and family.
Have your kids color in and decorate the ghosts however they want; then, they’ll cut them out and paste them onto the front of the cards.
There is nothing quite so thoughtful as a handmade card, especially around Halloween!
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My ghost templates would make excellent and inexpensive Halloween party decorations – you only need a little imagination.
For example, you could cut them out individually, have your kids decorate them or add faces, and then hang them up on the wall behind the food table.
Or you could string them up with different lengths of twine and hang them from an embroidery hoop – boom, you have a DIY ghost mobile!
You could also string them up, side by side, and create bunting, perfect for hanging over a doorway.
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If you’re passing out treat bags at your next Halloween party, you can make them oh-so-cute by embellishing them with my ghost templates.
It’s very simple – just draw on ghostly faces or have your kids decorate them, cut them out, and paste them into plain gift bags (which you can find at any dollar store).
Make sure the glue goes all the way to the edges, though – you don’t want the cut-outs catching on something and ripping.
7. Cotton Ball Ghosts
For a fun and simple craft that is perfect for preschoolers, make my cotton ball ghosts – all you need are cotton balls and glue.
Choose one of my larger ghost templates and print off as many as you need. Then you’ll instruct your kids to glue the cotton balls down, staying within the lines.
They can also add little cut-out mouths and eyes on top!
6. Classroom Activities
My ghost templates are ideal for teachers to use for classroom activities, especially around Halloween when the whole world has gone spooky.
For example, you could draw lines on one of the larger ghosts, make as many copies as needed, and have the kids write their own ghost stories.
You could also cut out three or four ghosts, paste them all on a single piece of poster board, fill them in with cotton balls and have your students guess how many cotton balls there are.
The one who gets closest without going over wins a prize.
5. Stapled Ghost Puffs
A fun little craft, these stapled ghost puffs are super cute, and you end up with really adorable Halloween decorations.
You’ll print out two of the same template per child and have them decorate or simply draw a face on one of the pages.
Then they’ll cut out both templates and start stapling them together, going around the edges.
When it’s about halfway stapled, they’ll fill it with tissues, cotton balls, and even bunched-up tissue paper, then continue stapling around until the puff is closed.
4. Your Kid’s Face Here Ghost Crafts
You’ll need a clear picture of your kid’s face for this craft, and you can utilize either one of my smaller ghost templates or a larger one (depending on the size of your photo).
Have your kid cut out the ghost and then cut out a circle where the face would go. You will glue the picture to it from the bottom so that your kid’s face faces outward.
Then they’ll glue the entire ghost to a piece of construction paper, and they can embellish however they see fit, whether writing their names on the ghost or creating a spooky background.
3. Halloween Party Games
You’ve heard of Pin the Tail on the Donkey – have you heard of Pin the Face on the Ghost?
You can find ghost face printables, cut those out, and hang up one of my ghost templates on a wall or tree.
Then you’ll blindfold the kids, spin them around, and give them a face to try and pin to the ghost.
Or, remember the stapled ghost puffs a few entries up? You could make those per the instructions, except add a few rocks or marbles to the inside.
Then take two large, clean garbage cans or laundry baskets (you get the idea) and set them up at a manageable distance for the kids’ ages.
They will toss the stapled ghost puffs and try to make them into the cans or baskets. Each kid gets two or three tries!
2. Pumpkin Carving Stencil
You could also use my ghost templates as pumpkin carving stencils to help guide your knife.
You’ll print out the template you want to use and then trace just inside the lines with a black Sharpie, mimicking the ghost’s shape. Be sure to draw on eyes and a mouth!
Next, you’ll cut out those spaces between the two lines; you can apply the stencil to the pumpkin and Sharpie to the open space of the stencil.
1. Halloween Posters/Signs
If you’re advertising for a Halloween party or event, you can use my ghost templates as decoration to add a touch of cute and spooky.
Simply use the rectangular selection feature in your PDF file, select the ghost you want to use, then copy or cut and paste it into your document.
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This adorable ghost cake is made with tender pumpkin cake layers and fluffy buttercream frosting. It’s just as delicious as it is cute!
I was so torn on what flavor to make this cake, but since the ghost was holding a pumpkin and this cake is for Halloween, I figured pumpkin cake layers were appropriate.
If you want to make a vanilla version of this cake, I recommend using my vanilla layer cake recipe to make 4, 6-inch cake layers.
Making this Ghost Cake: Step-by-Step Tutorial
Let’s walk through each step of this cake together to make sure it turns out as amazing as possible! I’ve also shared a video tutorial below.
I figured it might be helpful to know what tools I use too, so I’ve shared a list below.
Not all of these are mandatory, but they make the process a lot easier. If you don’t have all these things on hand, feel free to improvise and work with what you have.
- 4, 6-Inch Cake Pans
- Spinning Cake Stand
- 8-inch Cake Board
- Small Offset Spatula
- 5 Small Piping Bags
- 1 Large Piping Bag
- 1 Frosting Coupler
- 4 Small Round Piping Tips (like a Wilton 10)
- 1 Small Leaf Piping Tips (like a Wilton 352)
- Small Acetate Sheet (I cut these down into smaller squares with scissors)
- Electric hand mixer or stand mixer
Step 1: Bake the Pumpkin Cake Layers
First we set to work on the pumpkin cake layers. Line four, 6-inch round cake pans with parchment rounds and grease with non-stick baking spray or homemade cake release .
Divide the batter evenly between the cake pans and bake for 34-38 minutes.
Let the layers cool for 10 minutes, then run an offset spatula around the perimeter of the pan to separate the cake from the pan.
Flip the cake layers onto a wire rack to finish cooling.
Level three of the cake layers with a serrated knife once they’re fully cooled. Leave one of the cake layers with a rounded top. Trim the top of the rounded cake layer to give it a domed shape like in the pictures above.
Stack the cake layers on top of each other and trim them like in the picture above to give the ghost a slightly tapered shape and a rounded head.
If you make these in advance, wrap and freeze them at this point. Take them out of the freezer about 20 minutes before you want to assemble the cake.
Step 2: Make the Buttercream Frosting
Next, we work on the buttercream frosting. I chose to make this cake with regular vanilla buttercream, but you can use cream cheese buttercream if you want!
I find regular buttercream is easier to smooth, which is why I chose to use it for this design.
If the frosting seems too thick after mixing all the ingredients, add in additional heavy cream or milk (1 tablespoon at a time). Or if the frosting is too thin, add in more powdered sugar (1/4 cup at a time).
If you’re unsure how thick your frosting should be, you can learn what consistency you’re looking for in my frosting consistency post .
My buttercream naturally turns out pretty white because of the butter I use , but if you’re struggling with this I recommend checking out my white buttercream tutorial .
Wait to color the frosting until we’ve crumb coated the cake. Cover the frosting flush with plastic wrap and set aside.
Step #3: Stack and Frost the Cake Layers
Stack and frost the cake layers on a greaseproof cake board using a dab of frosting to help stick the first cake layer to the board.
Start with one of the leveled cake layers first and spread an even layer of frosting on top of it. Repeat with the remaining leveled cake layers. Top it with the rounded cake layer.
Stacking the cake layers in this order should give our ghost a nice shape.
Spread a thin coat of frosting around the cake that fully covers the cake layers. Smooth using an offset spatula or small acetate sheet.
Then chill the cake in the fridge (20 minutes) or freezer (5 minutes) until the frosting is firm to the touch. This makes it easier to get a perfect second coat of frosting.
Step 4: Color the Buttercream
While the cake chills, color the buttercream. It’s going to sound crazy, but all the frosting can be colored in one bowl. We start with the lightest colors and work our way to the darkest, so it works out great!
Scoop about 1/4 cup of buttercream into a bowl and color it orange with a squirt of orange gel food coloring. Place in a small piping bag fit with a small round piping tip.
Add about 2 tbsp of buttercream into the same bowl and color it pink with a squirt of pink gel food coloring. Place in a small piping bag fit with a small round piping tip.
Scoop about 2 tbsp of buttercream into the same bowl and color it green with a squirt of green gel food coloring. Place in a small piping bag fit with a small leaf piping tip.
Add about 2 tbsp of buttercream into the same bowl and color it brown with a squirt of brown gel food coloring. Place in a small piping bag fit with a small round piping tip.
Scoop about 3 tbsp of buttercream in the same bowl and color it black with a squirt of black gel food coloring. Place in a small piping bag fit with a small round piping tip.
Step 5: Frost and Decorate this Halloween Ghost Cake
Then place the remaining, uncolored buttercream in a large piping bag and add a second layer of white frosting around the cake. Pipe squiggly lines of frosting at the base of the cake to give our ghost a ruffled look.
Smooth the frosting with a large offset spatula and a small acetate sheet.
Trace out where you want the ghost’s face and pumpkin to go with a toothpick or scribe and a circle cutter. Use the black buttercream to pipe on the ghost’s facial features.
If you don’t feel comfortable piping on the face, you can also use black fondant instead of buttercream.
Use the pink buttercream to pipe on the ghost’s cheeks.
Pipe a pumpkin underneath the ghost’s face and a small bow on the side of the ghost’s head with the orange buttercream.
Then pipe on the ghost’s arms with white buttercream. Use the brown and green buttercream to add a stump and leaf onto the pumpkin, then enjoy!
Pumpkin Layer Cake – Substitutions and Swaps
Below are some swaps and substitutions that can be made in this recipe.
- All-Purpose Flour – This recipe works best with all-purpose flour, but you can use cake flour or a gluten free flour blend if needed.
- Unsalted Butter – If you only have salted butter on hand, you can use it in place of the unsalted butter and omit the salt in this recipe. You can also use vegan butter in its place!
- Egg Whites – You can also use 2 large eggs or if you have an egg allergy you can use an egg replacer like this . However, it will slightly change the color and texture of these cake layers.
- Pumpkin Puree – Unsweetened pumpkin puree works great in this recipe. Make sure you’re not accidentally using pumpkin pie filling.
- Sour Cream – You can also use full fat yogurt, buttermilk, whole milk, or an alternative yogurt or milk (almond, soy, oat) if you’re dairy free.
Buttercream Frosting – Substitutions and Swaps
- Unsalted Butter – If you only have salted butter on hand, you can use it in place of the unsalted butter. Just be sure to omit the salt that this frosting recipe calls for. You can also use vegan butter in its place (and omit the salt)!
- Heavy Cream – Whole milk or alternative milk (soy, almond, oat) will work fine in this frosting recipe if that’s what you have on hand.
- Gel food coloring – Natural food coloring (like squid ink) or liquid food coloring can be used if needed.
Making This Ghost Cake in Advance & Storage Tips
Make your cake layers in advance and freeze them . It breaks the process up and makes it more approachable.
Make your frosting ahead of time or save any leftover frosting! It can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to a month, or in the freezer for up to 3 months. Be sure to give it a good stir once it thaws to get the consistency nice and smooth again.
A frosted cake can last in the fridge for up to a week or in the freezer for up to a month . The buttercream locks in all the moisture, keeping the cake fresh and delicious!
If you cut into the cake and have leftovers, use any remaining frosting to cover the cut section to keep it moist and store in the fridge for up to a week.
Tips for Making the Best Ghost Cake
- Ingredients at room temp mix together better! Set out any cold ingredients ahead of time .
- Properly measure your flour (spoon into the cup measure, then level) or use a kitchen scale to measure the dry ingredients.
- Make sure your buttercream is the right consistency before frosting your cake. It will help give your cake proper structure and make it easier to decorate.
- If you’re having a hard time making bright white frosting, check out my white buttercream tutorial .
- Chill the cake layers in the freezer for about 20 minutes before assembling the cake . This makes them easier to stack and frost.
- Crumb coat and chill your cake, then pipe on a second layer of frosting. This will make it so much easier to frost this cake.
- Use an acetate sheet to make the frosting super smooth.
- Make this ghost birthday cake vegan or dairy free if needed! Use your favorite type of dairy free milk to replace the sour cream and heavy cream and use vegan butter sticks in place of the butter. I recommend using additional pumpkin puree in place of the egg whites.
Let Me Know What You Think!
If you make this Halloween ghost cake, I’d love to hear what you think! Let me know by leaving a rating and comment below.
If you plan to share on social media, you can tag me @chelsweets and #chelsweets so that I can see your amazing creations on social media.
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This adorable ghost cake is made with tender pumpkin cake layers and fluffy buttercream frosting. It's just as delicious as it is cute!
Pumpkin cake layers.
- 3 cups all-purpose flour (375g)
- 3 cups granulated sugar (600g)
- 2 1/2 tsp baking powder (10g)
- 1 tsp fine salt (6g)
- 2 tsp ground cinnamon (6g)
- 1 tsp ground ginger (3g)
- 1/2 tsp ground nutmeg (2g)
- 1 cup unsalted butter, room temperature (226g)
- 1/2 cup pasteurized egg whites from a carton or about 4 egg whites, room temperature (120g)
- 2/3 cup pumpkin puree (165g)
- 1 1/2 cups sour cream, room temperature (360g)
- 2 tsp vanilla extract (8g)
Vanilla Buttercream Frosting
- 2 cups unsalted butter, room temp (452g)
- 1 Tbsp vanilla extract or vanilla bean paste (12g)
- 1/2 tsp fine salt (3g)
- 7 cups powdered sugar (875g)
- 1/4 cup heavy cream or whipping cream (60g)
Ghost Cake Decorations
- 4, 6-inch Cake Pans
- Offset Spatula
- Acetate Sheet
- Black, Pink, and Orange Gel food Coloring
Pumpkin cake layers:.
- Preheat the oven to 350°F/175°C. Line four 6-inch round pans with parchment rounds and grease with non-stick cooking spray . You can also use this recipe to make 3, 8-inch cake layers but your ghost will end up being quite a bit shorter than mine. If you don't have that many cake pans, the batter can sit at room temperature for a few hours. Bake as many layers at a time as you can at a time.
- Mix 3 cups all purpose flour, 3 cups sugar, 2 1/2 tsp baking powder, 1 tsp salt, 2 tsp cinnamon, 1 tsp ginger, and 1/2 tsp nutmeg together in a stand mixer with a paddle attachment or hand mixer until fully combined.
- Mix 1 cup of room temperature, unsalted butter slowly into the dry ingredients on a low speed. Continue to mix until no large chunks of butter remain, and the mixture looks like moist sand.
- Pour in 1/2 cup of egg whites and 2/3 cup of pumpkin puree. Mix on low until just incorporated. Then mix in 1 1/2 cups of sour cream and 2 tsp of vanilla extract on a low speed. If you want to color these cake layers, add in the gel food coloring during this step. I added in a small squirt of orange gel food coloring.
- Scrape down the sides of the bowl with a rubber spatula, then beat on a medium speed for about a minute to make sure everything is properly mixed together. This also helps lighten the texture of the cake layers a bit.
- Divide batter evenly between the prepared cake pans. Bake for 34-38 minutes or until a toothpick comes out with a few moist crumbs. Let the pans cool for 10 minutes, then run an offset spatula around the perimeter of the pan to separate the cake from the pan.
- Place the cake pans into the freezer for 45 minutes to accelerate the cooling process. Once the layers are fully cooled, carefully flip the pans and remove the layers from the pans.
- Level three of the cake layers with a serrated knife once they're fully cooled. Leave one of the cake layers with a rounded top. Trim the sides of the rounded cake layer to give it a domed shape like in the pictures above.
- Then stack the cake layers on top of each other and trim the sides like in the picture above to give the ghost a slightly tapered shape. If you make these cake layers in advance, wrap and freeze them at this point.
Vanilla Buttercream Frosting:
- While the cake layers bake and cool, make the vanilla buttercream frosting.
- Beat 2 cups of unsalted butter on a medium-high speed for a mind with a paddle attachment until smooth. It should become lighter in color.
- Mix in 1 Tbsp of vanilla extract and 1/2 tsp salt on a low speed.
- Slowly mix in 7 cups of powdered sugar on a low speed. Add 1/4 cup of heavy cream halfway through to make the frosting easier to mix.
- Continue to mix on a low speed for a few minutes until the desired consistency is reached.
- If the frosting is too thick, add in additional cream (1 Tbsp at a time). If the frosting is too thin, add in more powdered sugar (quarter of a cup at a time).
- Stir the frosting by hand with a rubber spatula for a couple minutes to make the frosting extra smooth. This will help push any excess air out the frosting and get rid of any pesky little air bubbles.
- Cover the buttercream flush with plastic wrap to prevent crusting, then set aside.
Assembling This Ghost Cake:
- Stack and frost the cake layers on an 8-inch greaseproof cake board using a dab of frosting to help stick the first cake layer in the center of the board.
- Start with one of the leveled cake layers first and spread an even layer of frosting on top of it. Repeat with the remaining leveled cake layers. Top the cake with the rounded cake layer. Stacking the cake layers in this order should give our ghost a nice shape.
- Once all the cake layers are stacked, spread a thin coat of frosting around the cake. Smooth the frosting with a large offset spatula and a small acetate sheet, then chill the cake in the fridge (30 minutes) or freezer (10 minutes) until the frosting is firm to the touch. This makes it easier to get a perfect second layer of frosting.
- While the cake chills, scoop about 1/4 cup of buttercream into a bowl and color it orange with a squirt of orange gel food coloring. Place the frosting in a small piping bag fit with a small round piping tip.
- Place about 2 tbsp of buttercream into the same bowl and color it pink with a squirt of pink gel food coloring. Place the frosting in a small piping bag fit with a small round piping tip.
- Scoop about 2 tbsp of buttercream into the same bowl and color it green with a squirt of green gel food coloring. Place the frosting in a small piping bag fit with a small leaf piping tip.
- Add about 2 tbsp of buttercream into the same bowl and color it brown with a squirt of brown gel food coloring. Place the frosting in a small piping bag fit with a small round pip
- Scoop about 3 tbsp of buttercream in the same bowl and color it black with a squirt of black gel food coloring. Place the frosting in a small piping bag fit with a small round piping tip.
- Then place the remaining buttercream in a large piping bag and add a second layer of white frosting around the cake. Pipe squiggly lines of frosting at the base of the cake to give our ghost a ruffled look. Smooth the frosting with a large offset spatula and a small acetate sheet .
- Trace out where you want the ghost's face and pumpkin to go with a toothpick or scribe. Use the black buttercream to pipe on the ghost's facial features. If you don't feel comfortable piping on the face, you can also use black fondant instead of buttercream.
- Use the pink buttercream to pipe on the ghost's cheeks.
- Pipe a pumpkin underneath the ghost's face and a small bow on the side of the ghost's head with the orange buttercream. Then pipe on the ghost's arms with white buttercream. Use the brown and green buttercream to add a stump and leaf onto the pumpkin, then enjoy!
Ghost Cake Recipe Variations
This recipe can be used to make 4, 6-inch cake layers, 4, 7-inch cake layers, or 3, 8-inch cake layers.
This recipe can also be used to make a sheet cake! One batch will make 2, 9-inch x 13 inch cake layers that are about 1 inch tall. Bake at 350°F/175°C for 30-35 minutes.
Tips for Making this Easy Ghost Cake
- Properly measure your flour . Either spoon it into the cup measure, then level with a knife or use a kitchen scale .
- Make sure your ingredients are at room temperature to help them mix together better.
Making this Ghost Cake in Advance and Storage Tips
Make the cake layers in advance and freeze them . It breaks the process up and makes it more approachable.
Make the frosting ahead of time too or save any leftover frosting! It can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to a month, or in the freezer for up to 3 months. Be sure to give it a good stir once it thaws to get the consistency nice and smooth again.
A frosted cake can last in the fridge for up to a week or in the freezer for up to a month. The buttercream locks in all the moisture, keeping the cake fresh and delicious!
If you freeze this cake, transfer it to the fridge the day before you plan to eat it to help minimize temperature shock and reduce condensation.
If you cut into the cake and have leftovers, use any remaining frosting to cover the cut section to keep it moist and store in the fridge for up to a week.
Wednesday 25th of October 2023
In this case are you leveling and then freezing? I thought you generally freeze and level at the end or does the order not matter? Also I’m a huge fan and this cake is darling! Making for my daughter’s first birthday ?
Sunday 29th of October 2023
Great question!! You can do it either way, it's really all about preference! I do usually freeze then level right before I assemble the cake, but sometimes if I know I'm going to be short on time later I'll level/trim the layers before I freeze. I think it's easier to level them when they're a little bit chilled though, they crumb less! Hope that helps and that your daughter's bday cake turns out amazing!!
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