Halloween Gingerbread Ghouls

Let your gingerbread show its devilish side with these spooky cookie decorating ideas.

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell ©Food Network 2016

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell ©Food Network 2016

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell ©Food Network 2016

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell ©Food Network 2016

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell ©Food Network 2016

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell ©Food Network 2016

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell ©Food Network 2016

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell ©Food Network 2016

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell ©Food Network 2016

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell ©Food Network 2016

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell ©Food Network 2016

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell ©Food Network 2016

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell ©Food Network 2016

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell ©Food Network 2016

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell ©Food Network 2016

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell ©Food Network 2016

Gingerbread Ghouls Halloween Parade

It turns out gingerbread men and women like to dress up for Halloween too. We made our favorite gingerbread recipe and colored royal icing in batches; then we put the icing into piping bags with fine tips to create a Halloween parade of our favorite freaky monsters and spooky friends. Read on to meet them. 

By Heather Ramsdell for Food Network Kitchen

Styling by Sarah Neumeier

Invisible Man

Vampire

Black-Tie Vampire

Cyclops

See How It's Done: How to Make a Gingerbread Cyclops

Day-Glo Cyclops

Nice Monster

Ghosts

Alien

Mummy

Frankenstein's Monster

Skeleton

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Zombie

Another Zombie

Yet Another Zombie

There Are Always More Zombies

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