Halloween Cupcakes

Learn how to make creepy cupcakes this Halloween from the chefs on Food Network.

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Pull Apart Graveyard Cupcakes

Although it looks almost like a cake, this graveyard is made up of individual cupcakes, making it a self-serve party option. Just grab your cupcake and go — no knives necessary.

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Angel's Food Cupcakes

A pillowy meringue frosting and white candy halos make these super-light cupcakes especially angelic. Use the leftover egg yolks to make lemon curd.

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Devil's Food Cupcakes

These devilish dark cupcakes with a bittersweet chocolatey glaze make a perfectly sinful snack.

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Red Velvet Vampire Cupcakes

No, these cupcakes don't need bandages. What looks like a gory encounter with the Count himself is just raspberry jam brightened with a drop of red food coloring.

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Monster Cupcakes

Pipe a monster face onto these cupcakes with green frosting. Make eyes with jelly candies and horns out of cashew nuts.

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Ghouly Cupcakes

Decorate chocolate cupcakes with meringue piping to make a ghost or monster of your choice. Decorate each with candied eyeballs.

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Wicked Cupcakes

Add green food coloring to peanut butter frosting to make a witch's face, then top with a cone-shaped piece of cupcake.

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Pumpkin Cupcakes

These festive cupcakes look and taste like their pumpkin namesakes.

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Red Velvet Spider Cupcakes

This creepy-crawly fondant spider is hiding a smooth surprise: creamy frosting piped into the cupcake's hollowed-out center.

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Caramel Corn Cupcakes

Though eating crunchy caramel corn by the handful is great, it's even better atop creamy frosting. These cupcakes are finished with pumpkin pie-spiced frosting that's simply fitting for fall, and the dulce de leche swirl is easier to create than you think.

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Candy Corn Hi-Hat Cupcakes

Hi-hat cupcakes are one of the most beautiful and decadent ways to enjoy a cupcake; while they can seem intimidating, they are actually very easy to make. These hat cupcakes hide a sweet fall-inspired surprise that replicates the colors of candy corn.

Get the Recipe: Candy Corn Hi-Hat Cupcakes

Red Velvet Cupcakes with Nonpareils

Style your next batch of cupcakes after the colorful leaves outside your window. Give cream cheese frosting seasonal flair with red, yellow and brown nonpareils.

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Ghostly Cupcakes

Spook your guests with these "boo-tiful" cupcakes topped with chocolate ghosts. For the design, you simply glaze plain cupcakes with melted dark and white chocolate.

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Jack-O-Lantern Cupcakes

Sandra's easy cupcakes use store-bought cupcakes topped with orange fondant faces.

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Chocolate-Orange Meringue Cupcakes

Give your usual chocolate cupcake recipe an orange update. These fluffy-topped beauties feature citrusy notes in the batter and in the meringue.

Get the Recipe: Chocolate-Orange Meringue Cupcakes

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