5 Reasons Why You NEED a Skull Pan This Halloween

From cheese to cakes to cubes, creepy cranium cookery can conquer any task.

By Food.com Staff
October 11, 2018

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Halloween is just around the corner, so if you’re looking for a do-it-all kitchen tool with some seriously spooky flair, our favorite Haunted Skull Cakelet Pan is the way to go.

Why, you might be asking? Well, because it’s just so dang versatile! For instance...

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1. You Can Make Pizza Skulls

Because every holiday is better with pizza, pizza skulls are the perfect pull-apart treats to get started with your skull pan (and one of our most-popular recipes ever!). Think of them like calzone, but even more ominous.

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2. You Can Make Jelly Shot Skulls

With jelly shot skulls, you can get the costume party started whenever you’d like. Simply layer your gelatin flavors of choice in a skull pan with some gummy worms and a touch of your favorite booze, then slurp it down with friends.

Get the full recipe here.

3. You Can Make Cheesy Buffalo Chicken Skulls

It’s getting closer to Halloween, but you still need to prepare some game day snacks, right? Buffalo chicken skulls are the ideal mash-up for a slightly sinister tailgate party. To make them, fold boneless Buffalo chicken with pizza dough in your skull pan, then bake until they’re ready to be torn apart and savored while watching October football.

Get the full recipe here.

4. You Can Make Red Velvet Lava Skulls

These molten red velvet skulls are like chocolate lava cakes, but way cooler. They come out of the skull pan slightly gooey and ready to be scarfed down for dessert.

Get the full recipe here.

5. You Can Make Literally Anything into Skulls

Whether it’s your favorite cupcake recipe or an ice cube for your favorite Halloween cocktails, just treat it like a regular baking tin. Kids are guaranteed to love your skull creations, and adults will get a kick out of them too.

Can’t get enough skulls? For more Halloween inspiration, check out our collection of 50+ Fun Halloween Recipes & Ideas for the Best Night Ever.

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