Skull Cake is 100 Percent Edible And 110 Percent Creepy

Hellen Die recently came across a silicone skull mold, and decided to use it as the basis of an elaborate cake project that is so detailed it looks like something you might trip over in a mysterious, ancient tomb.

The skull itself is made from three bags of white chocolate melted in a fondue pot. Once removed from the mold, it is placed on top of a cake and decorated with frosting, ground up Nilla wafers and chocolate cookie crumbs to simulate moss and dirt. The result is finished off with edible mint leaves and airbrushed food coloring for that aged look.

If you want to try this out for yourself, Hellen has provided a detailed look at the creative process which you can check out here.


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