Pot of Bones Halloween Chocolate Covered Cherries Mini Bundt Cakes Recipe

Pot of Bones Halloween Chocolate Covered Cherries Mini Bundt Cakes Recipe, Halloween is the sweetest holiday around, lets make it even sweeter with these chocolate covered cherry bundt with the extra added bonus of sweet Bones,,,after all it is Halloween! #Halloween, #Halloweendesserts #Halloweencakes #Halloweenchocolate #bones
Hola Amigos! I know we've all heard of a Pot of Gold at the end of the rainbow, but for Halloween the only thing you are going to find is a Pot of Bones...buahhhahhahaha!!!
This is a super easy and tasty recipe because it didn't feel right to have all these Halloween desserts on the blog and non dipped in chocolate...The Irony!

Problem solved! Taking cue from popular valentine's treat, this mini bundts taste just like cherry ice cream covered in chocolate fudge!

I tell you, the minute I finished with the pictures, I ate mine! Amazing so much flavor is coming out of this morsel of goodness.

The chocolate ganache is the easiest glaze you could ever make but the flavor and texture makes this a decadent dessert.

The bones...it just to remind you that the spookiest night of all is right around the corner...better watch whats hiding behind the door and under the bed!

Thank you for visiting the blog today! Hope you are having a great time preparing for Halloween in and out of the kitchen.
And remember my pretties...everything tastes better with a Pinch of Love!
Pot of Bones Halloween Chocolate Covered Cherries Bundt Cake Recipe, Halloween has never been sweeter, chocolate covered cherries with a twist for your specila Oct 31st celebration #Halloween, #halloweendesserts #halloweenchocolate #bones


Pot of Bones Halloween Chocolate Covered Cherries Mini Bundt Cakes
1 Small Bag (8.25 oz) Vanilla Cupcake mix
1 Large Jar (10 oz) Maraschino Cherries, chopped (Save liquid!)
3/4 Cup Juice from the Maraschino Cherries
Bag of Bones Candy (got mine at the Dollar Store)
For the Ganache
4 oz Semi-Sweet chocolate chopped (I use Ghirardelli) 
1/2 Cup Cream
1 TBSP Butter
Heat your oven at 350F or the temperature recommended in your cupcake mix direction. Prepare the mix accordingly, Usually eggs, oil and water but this time replace the amount of water for 3/4 cup of the Juice of the Maraschino Cherries. Once this is mix add the chopped cherries and gently incorporate them into the mix.
Prepare your mini bundt molds with oil and flour or cocoa (that's what I used) Fill them up 3/4 of  the way and bake according to the instructions 14-18 minutes.
Once done cool them off for 10 minutes before removing them from the mold. Place in a parchment paper  covered cookie sheet. 
In the meantime prepare the glaze by placing the chopped chocolate in a bowl.
Under  medium heat, bring the cream to a boil and add it to the chopped chocolate and add butter too. Whisk everything until smooth and let it cool for a few minutes before pouring a little on each mini bundt. Once they are covered place the decorative edible bones in the center of the mini bundt. The "pot" should look like it's full of them so be generous with each one.
Serve, scare and enjoy.

Prep Time:    6 minutes                          Cook Time:  14-20 minutes                        Serves 4

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It's Fall Y'all 2013


  1. Yummy goodness! I am so fascinated by the wide variety of posts I am seeing about Halloween. This looks oh so delicious Lizy!

    1. I love Halloween Judy! It's a holiday to have fun and eat all the candy you can handle what is not to like right? lol. thank you for your visit!

  2. Such a cute idea!! =)
    Wishing you a Happy Halloween!

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  4. Nice and tiny, just right when you want something sweet!

    1. and covered in chocolate too!! LOL Thanks Rosey!

  5. G'day and what fun, Lizbeth true!
    Cherry Ice Cream, Bundt...mini...wanted to dive into the bones the first time I saw your photo too!
    Cheers! Joanne

  6. I saw that little bone candy last week and wondered what could be done with it! What an idea! Individual servings make a great buffet treat!

  7. Those look delicious and I do love cherries. My sweet tooth is acting up just looking at them.

    1. The ganache is what I was licking off the pan...lol...bad me! Thank you for your visit!

  8. I hope I can find those cool bones. My daughter is going to love this recipe. Thanks for sharing it on foodie friday.

  9. Hi Lizy. Saw this on facebook and thought this looks so good for Halloween. I have yet to pull out anything for Halloween. Normally, I do caramel apples. However, this year I want to get a little more creative. Getting some inspirations from this one...keep em' coming!

    1. So easy to make Sharon and very tasty..get going with those halloween treats girl, you have 12 days and counting, lol! Thank You for stopping by!

  10. This is a great Halloween recipe! . This recipe was featured in a Halloween roundup on my blog. Hope you can stop by to grab a button and let everyone know that you were featured on Say it with Cake. :) Have a great weekend!