We like to show our love for indie horror artists, but here’s a whole other side of horror art – the kind you can eat. Here are just a few of the amazing bakers who have created cakes inspired by horror movies.
Karen Keaney created this combination of horror and classic Hollywood
Sara Giustizieri’s creation features clever nods to the slashers including the knuts and bolts for Billy the Puppet
We love this ultra detailed and super cute Trick R Treat themed cake from sideserfcakes.com
The Cake Store combine several horror icons in this awesome cake
Madhouse Bakes create a lot of creative cakes, but this classy skully piece is our favorite.
Killers come out to play in this cake by Rosebud Cakes
Sugar Buff create custom sugar cookies, including these intricate paintings of classic horror characters.
Another one from Rosebud Cakes makes the simple Jack O lantern really creative and creepy.
The Springwood Slasher gets a cake all to himself from Cake Me I’m Yours
We found this great home-made Hellraiser cake on Horror Warehouse.
We never thought The Shining could be so cute. This interpretation of the classic film is by Sally O’Rourke
The iconic Jaws poster design is brought to life in this cake by Enrique.
The awesome Little Cherry incorporate the Alien chestburster!
A nod to B-Movies in this one
Charm City Cakes created this Evil Dead themed cake.
The Conjurer’s Kitchen constructed this dissected anatomical cake.
Sugar Spooks is our kind of cake company, and this zombie ice cream is one of our favorites of their pieces.
Something a little different – baker Christine McConnell created this fanged desert from waffle cones.
Not for the arachnophobia, but we love this spider-webbed wedding cake from Cakery Creation.
The Universal Monsters get a nod in this mummy cake by Cakes Beyond Belief
This wedding cake by Gerty is full of Evil Dead references. Groovy!