Need a cool and creepy treat to wrap up your Halloween party menu? Here's one that features a special famous guest mummified in sweet marshmallow strips.
Here's a treat that's sure to race off the plate. Inspired by the glowing Light Cycles of the Tron world, these sweet little cakes are filled with fluffy neon frosting. This fun spin takes the classic whoopie pie to a whole new level of cool.
Turn a birthday cake into a Tron Light Cycle arena using fondant and frosting. Orange and blue light cycles with trails of fondant color race across this chocolate cake, sure to be a winner with Tron fans.
These cupcakes are designed to look like Pascal in his many different moods, but no matter which expression you choose to decorate him with, you're sure to put a smile on the face of anyone who sees these sweet treats!
Take it from Pooh -- these mini honey-drizzled tarts are just too scrumptious to bear passing up this Thanksgiving!
Disguised as gingerbread cookies, these devices are the elves' most important tools. Bake a batch of real cookies designed to look like GBMs for your little elves.
Decorating this tower is a fun party activity for kids, but if you make the Tangled tower cupcake before the party, it also makes the perfect centerpiece!
Not your standard holiday ham, this Christmas swine (sans the brine) makes a sweet and surprising addition to the dessert line-up. And on a day when kids are unwrapping new toys, it's also a playful tribute to old favorites already in residence.
If you're hosting a Tangled-themed party, this soup is a crowd-pleaser, especially if you set up a soup "bar" with lots of tasty toppings