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Cinnamon Sugar Skulls

By 06/12/2021March 7th, 2024No Comments

I love to collect Halloween molds…skulls, brains, jack-o-lanterns, body parts you name it…I have it. They’re invaluable in their creative uses. Silicone molds obviously are the most versatile because you can bake and freeze in them. Plastic molds are usually meant for chocolate or candy making…which is great if you’re good at working with chocolate. I am not one of those people. So, as the owner of many plastic molds, I had to think outside the ‘chocolate box’ to come up with fun ways to use these great tools. A few ways, I’ve used plastic molds was to make creepy cake pops in my Rat King Cakes and to make teeth out of soft goat cheese in my Sweet Tooth Bites.  And here, I’ve used them to make these festive skull-shaped cinnamon sugar cubes. Add them to coffee or tea and to sweeten up oatmeal for an extra special Halloween breakfast. They’re so easy to make that they’d make a great hostess gift to bring to all your Halloween gatherings. Bundle them up in cute packaging along with gourmet coffee and a Barnes and Noble gift card for the perfect gift for any fall loving ghoul. Enjoy!

Cinnamon Sugar Skulls

Sweeten up your coffee, tea, and oatmeal with these easy Cinnamon Sugar Skulls for an extra special Halloween breakfast.
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Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: Halloween Food
Keyword: Halloween, sugar cubes
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Drying Time: 4 hours
Servings: 5 dozen

Ingredients

  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 2 tsp. ground cinnamon
  • 2 tsp. water

Instructions

  • Mix all ingredients together and stir until sugar mixture looks like wet sand. Use 1/4 teaspoon to fill up mold cavities and use the back of a spoon to pack the sugar into the mold. Scraping off any extra sugar mixture.
  • Cover the mold with a parchment lined cookie sheet and holding on to both, invert the whole thing over to un-mold the skulls. Tap the mold gently to release the wet sugar cubes. Let dry for 4 hours or overnight. Repeat with the rest of the sugar mixture.
  • Once dry, store in a sugar bowl or a plastic container and add them to coffee, tea, and oatmeal for a festive Halloween breakfast!

Notes

Mini Skull Molds from Shapem.com

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