These skull cupcakes will definitely spook your guests—they're the perfect dessert to serve at your next Halloween party. Use your favorite cupcake recipe and decorate the skulls using vanilla frosting, marshmallows, almond slices and chocolate-covered mint candies.Recipe courtesy of Betty Crocker
Adding some seasonal flavors to a classic dump cake. This recipe uses canned pumpkin, pudding and boxed cake mix to make this simple and easy cake that the whole family will enjoy.Recipe courtesy of Betty Crocker
Transform your favorite peanut butter and caramel candy bar into cake form. This recipe is easy to make at home using Snickers to help add a flavorful taste to the frosting.Recipe courtesy of Betty Crocker
There’s no trick to this treat. Chocolate cupcakes made with Betty Crocker Super Moist devil’s food cake mix and Rich & Creamy frosting — a dessert recipe that showcases Halloween thrills.Recipe courtesy of Betty Crocker.
This is a classic vanilla cupcake recipe with an out of this world twist. This recipe uses Milky Way bars to create a delicious smooth icing that would be perfect to serve at any dinner party.Recipe courtesy of Betty Crocker
If peanut butter and chocolate is your favorite combination, then this recipe will satisfy your sweet tooth cravings. Yellow swirl cake is topped with Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, then drizzled with a peanut butter and chocolate glaze to form this delightful dessert that's perfect for any day. Recipe courtesy of Betty Crocker
With just two ingredients, Betty Crocker cake mix and a can of soda, you can make this simple low-calorie cake. Root beer and chocolate cake mix are used, but you can try different variations by mixing up the cake mix and soda flavors.