Starring Jack Skellington! Icing was used to draw a face on a marshmallow. His body is made from umbrella chocolates and icing.
His tie is a bat! Drawn on parchment paper and set aside to dry. Use dragées for his eyes.
For the gate! Make with the same process from step 4. It's usually still warm, easy to break and takes a lot of effort! Also, icing was used to stick the rock chocolates.
For the tombstone! Make from cookie dough and icing. The purple flours and crosses are also made from icing.
For Jack's house! It's actually cookie dough and icing. Pretz (Japanese stick pretzels) were used for the stairs.
For the Jack-O'-Lantern! It's actually marshmallow with jam filling. It's coated with orange icing. Soft, fluffy and crusty!
Story Behind this Recipe
It was our challenge to materialize a long-cherished cake design! Made by my daughter who's a sophomore at an university.
Bake a single kabocha cake and carve out the inside to make the second layer. We were initially planning to fill the hole with cream and fruits, but because it's still warm out, we secured it with a container.