Fifteen years ago I made a 3D ghost cake for a dinner party. The ghost cake, designed by Carol Deacon, was featured in a British sugarcraft magazine I subscribed to at the time, and it was one of the few project tutorials I felt like I could do. Turns out, I was right because this cake is super easy. And quick, which is nice.
Halloween style! Well, an attempt at them, anyway.
I borrowed this recipe from Gluten Free Girl, only I subbed margarine with coconut oil and used unbleached whole cane sugar. I decided to try a new gluten free flour mix that I bought on sale, and while it worked okay, I still prefer Pamela’s.