Orange You Scared? Halloween Cake

Boo! Make this super fun Orange You Scared? Halloween Cake. With orange soda in the cake and the glaze plus spooky eyeballs it’ll be the hit of your party!

Boo! Make this super fun Orange You Scared? Halloween Cake. With orange soda in the cake and the glaze plus spooky eyeballs it'll be the hit of your party!

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Are you in full Halloween mode at your house? Have you decorated? Shopped for costumes? Started planning out parties and spook-tacular food/drinks? At my house we’ve accomplished all of the above with the exception of costumes, we’re going shopping for those this weekend. As for food and drinks yes, I’ve figured out exactly what wickedly good recipes I’m serving to my little ghosts and goblins.

Boo! Make this super fun Orange You Scared? Halloween Cake. With orange soda in the cake and the glaze plus spooky eyeballs it'll be the hit of your party!

I was shopping at my local Family Dollar store and inspiration hit when I bought some Fanta®. Immediately I envisioned this fun Orange You Scared? Halloween Cake!

Boo! Make this super fun Orange You Scared? Halloween Cake. Wiith orange soda in the cake and the glaze plus spooky eyeballs it'll be the hit of your party!
Fanta Orange is not only the perfect drink to keep stocked up on during the Halloween season, but as I will show you below you can incorporate it into this fun cake! Let me tell you how!

Boo! Make this super fun Orange You Scared? Halloween Cake. With orange soda in the cake and the glaze plus spooky eyeballs it'll be the hit of your party!

Simply follow these easy steps:

  • Replace the water with Fanta Orange when you are making the boxed cake mix.
  • Make a simple glaze using Fanta Orange to drizzle over the top of the cake.

Boo! Make this super fun Orange You Scared? Halloween Cake. With orange soda in the cake and the glaze plus spooky eyeballs it'll be the hit of your party!

I told you this was simple! By replacing the water needed to make the boxed cake mix with Fanta Orange you get the orange flavor baked right into the cake! YUM! Then by using Fanta Orange in the glaze you get that great flavor once again. Not only does this cake taste great, but it “looks” great too! The edible eyeballs are a simple way to make a wickedly spooky cake that’s really very easy to prepare. I added some orange sugar sprinkles too just for additional fun. Get creative with this, the Halloween season is all about fun and creativity.

 

Boo! Make this super fun Orange You Scared? Halloween Cake. Wiith orange soda in the cake and the glaze plus spooky eyeballs it'll be the hit of your party!

Look for the one-stop Fanta Halloween display at Family Dollar. Now tell me, how do you plan to “Unleash wickedly good fun” with Fanta this Halloween?

 

Other easy Halloween treats:

Spooky Spider Cake
Make your next Halloween party spooktacular with this Spooky Spider Cake! Easy to make and tasty too! The perfect party cake!

Swamp Potion {non-alcoholic}
Whip up some Swamp Potion for Halloween parties! Non-alcoholic and so much fun! Kids and adults love the way it looks and tastes!

Halloween Sopapilla Crescents with Creamy Caramel Dip
Need a fun snack for Halloween parties? Make these simple Halloween Sopapilla Crescents® with Creamy Caramel Dip! Loads of fun for the kids to help prepare.

Orange You Scared? Halloween Cake

Yield: 10-12 servings

Orange You Scared? Halloween Cake

Ingredients

    CAKE:
  • 1 15 oz boxed yellow cake mix
  • 1 cup Fanta Orange Soda
  • 1/2 cup vegetable oil
  • 3 eggs
  • GLAZE:
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 3 T Fanta Orange Soda
  • DECOR:
  • Edible candy eyeballs
  • Sprinkles

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Spray bundt pan with non-stick cooking spray.
  2. Prepare cake mix according to package directions, substitute water for Fanta Orange Soda.
  3. Pour into prepared pan. Bake approximately 40 minutes. Check with toothpick inserted into center to see if cake is done.
  4. Remove from oven and cool completely before removing cake from pan.
  5. Prepare glaze by whisking powdered sugar and Fanta Orange Soda together until all lumps are gone. If you desire a thicker glaze add additional powdered sugar.
  6. Drizzle over top of cake and immediately shake sprinkles onto glaze and place edible candy eyeballs onto cake.

Notes

If you desire an intense orange color in both the cake and glaze, add food coloring to obtain darker color.

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Boo! Make this super fun Orange You Scared? Halloween Cake. With orange soda in the cake and the glaze plus spooky eyeballs it'll be the hit of your party!

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Comments

  1. What an adorably festive Halloween cake. I really love this time of year with all of the fun parties and fabulously spooky treats. So fun. {client}

  2. What a really cool recipe! I love how the cake looks and I bet it tastes even better! Can’t wait to try this!

  3. I love all the creative posts I have seen with a halloween theme! This one is SO cute I will be doing it with my son right before halloween.

  4. This is such a fun cake for Halloween. I love all the googly eyes all over the cake. What a fabulous way to make this spook-tacular. I know my kids would love this.

  5. OH my goodness this is a funny cake! My kids LOVE Fanta Orange, so they would of course love this cake. How delicious!

  6. This is so clever! I think that orange flavor sounds really good and I love the creepy theme.

  7. What a fun cake for Halloween! The candy eyes just make it so festive and spooky so it’s perfect for a Halloween party.

  8. Now, this looks really good. I never knew you could make a cake out of orange soda and I love how you decorated it.

  9. Madi Vachon says:

    Now this cake turned out pretty fanta-bulous! I love how festive it is for Halloween!

  10. Hehe, I imagined them on with googly eyes! What does Fanta cake taste like? I never knew you could do that!

  11. What a fun Halloween cake idea and creative ingredients. Thanks for sharing! I am going to give a try and make it up!

  12. You had me at orange soda and eyeballs! LOL! This looks like a great cake for the season! Thanks for sharing!

  13. Such a cute idea! My nephew will love this!

  14. OMG this cake is adorable!! And perfect for Halloween!! Great recipe!!

  15. Yum. That looks delicious, and oh so adorable. The eyes are wonderful and really make it come alive! Looks great!

  16. Lol, that is the cutest cake ever. My grand kids would go nuts over it which is why I’ve got to try it. We all love orange so it’s going to be a big hit.

  17. CourtneyLynne says:

    Omg what a cute cake!!! Perfect for a Halloween party!!!! I need to get some of those eyes!!!!

  18. These look awesome!

  19. Very yummy creative recipe!

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