Halloween biscuit cake a simple chocolate treat
Simple and delicious Halloween biscuit cakes are quick and easy. Top your favorite candies for the perfect Halloween treat!
If you are looking for a simple but festive and beautiful Halloween cake, I highly recommend this Halloween biscuit cake. For more must-do dishes, try this Halloween sugar cookie cake, candy corn and rice shortbread or pumpkin cupcakes.
Festive Pizza Feast!
A few weeks ago, the children asked if we could make Halloween gifts. I searched some magazines and found a Halloween biscuit cake from Pillsbury. I knew it was perfect for our weekend creation. The children are very excited and I am very happy to give it a try.
The result is great! Not only is it super easy to make, but it also looks like a million dollars (or buy it directly from the bakery on the road!!)
It is also delicious and popular with children. They insisted that I attend the Halloween party this Saturday and share it with all their friends.
We ate this cake as it is, but I think it would be great with some ice cream. And, I think next time I make it, I will try our usual cookie dough recipe. This is our favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe, and I know it is perfect for this cookie cake. 😉
How to make a Halloween biscuit cake
Prepare. First preheat the oven to the temperature on the biscuit rolls. Line a large jelly roll with parchment paper.
Dough. Remove the cookie dough from the packaging and press it together (or you can make your favorite homemade cookie dough-we like to cut the classic chocolate chip cookie in half).
roll. Roll until it is a circle about 1/4 inch thick. Cook for 14-16 minutes or until golden brown. Let the cookies cool.
frost. Frosted cookies with orange (or any other color) icing.
Toppings. There are chopped Rolos and Reeses Pieces on top. Drizzle with chocolate syrup.
Be creative with your toppings. We keep the colors close to autumn, but almost any Halloween color frosting and candies can be used. Some ideas include:
- Chocolate frosting with white frosting spider web
- Halloween shape sprinkle candy
- Try using bright green or purple food coloring in the frosting
- Candy corn
- Chopped nuts
Recipe tips + how to store
In order to make this simple and quick dessert, we used Pillsbury biscuit dough packaging.However, you can easily Use your favorite cookie dough For example, chocolate chip cookies or peanut butter chocolate chips.
After making the cookie dough, you need to weigh out 16.5 ounces of homemade dough and follow the rest of the recipe instructions.
Perfect circle: If you want to make this rounder, you can choose the line one Deep dish pizza tray Bake with parchment paper. Watch the biscuits while baking.
This biscuit cake is easy to store. Store whole or cut into thin slices. The following storage information applies to both
Shop In an airtight container on the counter. Add a slice of white bread to help keep the bottom of the biscuit soft and chewy. Store for 3-5 days.
freeze, Wrap tightly with plastic, then wrap with aluminum foil, or put it in the refrigerator Ziploc. Freeze for up to 3 months. Thaw slightly before eating.
*Chocolate may have a white powdery appearance. It’s just fat particles that rise to the surface, and it tastes no problem at all.
For more Halloween gifts, please check:
Preparation time 5 minutes
Cooking time 14 minutes
Total time 19 minutes
Calories 552 kcal
Author Little Luna
- 16.5 oz chocolate chip cookie dough chilled rolls
- 1 can vanilla frosting
- Orange food coloring
- 1 cup Reese’s shards
- 1 cup Rolos chopped
- chocolate sauce
First preheat the oven to the temperature on the biscuit rolls.
Line a large jelly roll with parchment paper.
Remove the cookie dough from the packaging and press it together. Roll until it is a circle about 1/4 inch thick. Cook for 14-16 minutes or until golden brown.
Let the cookies cool.
Frosted cookies with orange (or any other color) icing.
There are chopped Rolos and Reeses Pieces on top.
Drizzle with chocolate syrup.
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