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 Post subject: Halloween bakeware?
 Post Posted: Mon Sep 19, 2011 6:07 am 
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Anyone have any fun Halloween bakeware? A few years ago I bought some skull cupcake pans. I love them, but I don't care for how much icing I have to use to decorate them. This year I bought a brownie pan that makes little coffin brownies! It works well and they look great. I think I may invest in a little pumpkin cupcake pan this year as well. I guess you can never have too much sugar when it comes to Halloween :)


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 Post Posted: Mon Sep 19, 2011 3:38 pm 
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I picked up a jack-o-lantern muffin or madeleine pan. I haven't used it 'cause I'm not very good at baking.

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 Post subject: Re: Halloween bakeware?
 Post Posted: Tue Sep 20, 2011 5:25 am 
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All I have is Halloween cookie cutters, no bakeware. :(


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 Post Posted: Tue Sep 20, 2011 5:48 am 
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I bought a ghost and a pumpkin cookie cutter at Michaels over the weekend--they were only .99! I also have a big bat that someone gave me last year. I'm not great with the cookie cutters though. I think I must roll my cookie dough too thick because they come out with no definition whatsoever.


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 Post subject: Re: Halloween bakeware?
 Post Posted: Tue Sep 20, 2011 6:16 am 
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I don't have any bakeware.......YET!!!! :lol: :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Halloween bakeware?
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Let's see... this year, we bought a bone mold that my husband thought would be perfect for molding Meringue bones. We're keeping an eye on this skull cake pan at Joann's... I might sneak over there later this week and buy it with a 40% off coupon because I NEED IT. LOL.

This weekend, we bought chocolate molds for skulls (small and large) and also coffins and Headstones. We're planning on using them to make a Haunted Gingerbread House for us... and Haunted Gingerbread Mausoleums for Cub Scouts on Oct 4th. Muahahaha!

I have a lot of those ice molds too... I have a brain, rib-cage, hand, skulls and bones... might have more, but I forget.

Not sure if I have a pumpkin silicone baking pan or not... can't remember if I bought it or just admired it.

I also have an extensive Halloween cookie-cutter collection.... a few years back, the dollar store had about 20 cookie cutters. Then, I got this 3D cookie cutter set (so you can put two cookies together and they stand up... I should bust that out for the Gingerbread houses at least to see if I have a tree in there.


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 Post subject: Re: Halloween bakeware?
 Post Posted: Tue Sep 20, 2011 7:20 am 
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You know, Witchy, when I saw your post, I wondered what was out there in the way of witch-themed bakeware. And there's barely anything (except for cookie cutters)! What an outrage. The bakeware industry is hatin' on the witches :x

I did find this though. It's not really witch-themed, but it looks fun. Think I might get it :)

http://www.wilton.com/store/site/produc ... 985B8F7B6D


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 Post subject: Re: Halloween bakeware?
 Post Posted: Wed Sep 21, 2011 7:12 pm 
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witchy wrote:
I don't have any bakeware.......YET!!!! :lol: :wink:


I haven't either.

We don't really do a lot of baking though so I might just buy some cookie cutters this year & try baking some cookies.

Whilst my local supermarket here in England don't sell all the bakeware you guys in the USA have, they do sell cookie cutters! :)

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 Post subject: Re: Halloween bakeware?
 Post Posted: Thu Sep 22, 2011 6:42 am 
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Go online Jack :)

I have a bit of trouble finding fun Halloween bakeware in stores. With the exception of cookie cutters, all my stuff has been bought online.


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 Post subject: Re: Halloween bakeware?
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Pumpkin56 wrote:
You know, Witchy, when I saw your post, I wondered what was out there in the way of witch-themed bakeware. And there's barely anything (except for cookie cutters)! What an outrage. The bakeware industry is hatin' on the witches :x

I did find this though. It's not really witch-themed, but it looks fun. Think I might get it :)

http://www.wilton.com/store/site/produc ... 985B8F7B6D



Thanks for looking Pumpkin56 & Jack. I made (attempted) a haunted house a few years back, it was scary looking alright!! :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Halloween bakeware?
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Yes, pehaps I will see what there is online. No harm in looking anyway. :)

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 Post subject: Re: Halloween bakeware?
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I'm under the impression that if there is a Jack Skellington pan out there, our friend Jack would be all over it :)


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 Post subject: Re: Halloween bakeware?
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Pumpkin56 wrote:
I'm under the impression that if there is a Jack Skellington pan out there, our friend Jack would be all over it :)


Hell yes! :D

I've always loved The Nightmare Before Christmas, ever since I first watched it when it was released. That's why I chose his name as my username on here! :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Halloween bakeware?
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Well I haven't run across one yet, but if I do you know I will post it :)

It actually looks like he would be a pretty easy one to make with just a round cake pan. White icing and draw his face on. Ta-da!


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 Post subject: Re: Halloween bakeware?
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Pumpkin56 wrote:
Well I haven't run across one yet, but if I do you know I will post it :)

It actually looks like he would be a pretty easy one to make with just a round cake pan. White icing and draw his face on. Ta-da!


Ok cool, thanks! 8)

Yes he might be pretty easy actually! :)

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