Vampire Teeth Cakes

Who doesn’t love a good whoopie pie? It’s one of those sweets that has so much nostalgia of childhood attached to it, that you can’t help but smile on the inside when you bite into one. Here we’ve combined this classic with another all time favorite – red velvet cake – and put a halloween spin on it. We know, it’s almost too much!


One box Red Velvet Cake mix

One jar Cream Cheese Frosting

One tube Red Gel Frosting

Mini Marshmallows

White Chocolate bar

Special Equipment:

Whoopie pie pan

  1. Turn the oven to 350 degrees. Follow the recipe instructions listed on your box of cake mix to make the batter for the whoopie pies.

  2. Spoon the batter into the holes of your whoopie pie pan, filling them 2/3 of the way, and bake them for 15 minutes. Allow them to cool.

  3. Mound 2 tablespoons of frosting into the center of the bottom half of your whoopie pie.

  4. Run a line of red gel frosting around the edge and stand mini marshmallows side by side all the way around the pie.

  5. Top with the other half of your whoopie pie.

  6. Break off two shards of white chocolate and wedge them in between the top and bottom of the pie to create vampire fangs.

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