Eye of Newt Halloween Bundt Cake Recipe

Eye of Newt Halloween Bundt Cake Recipe, you don't have to be an expert decorator to bring all "Eyes" to this cake, it's tasty, it's colorful, it's spooky it's fun. Everything Halloween should be!
Hola Amigos! Sharing  a fun Halloween Recipe here, not because it's October but I start with my Halloween madness 1 full month ahead of time, so when October finally hits, I'm all ready to go, relax and enjoy the holiday, which by the way is my favorite Ever!
To the cake now, nothing gets easier than this, just your regular box cake, grab a bag of chocolate eyes from your locar dollar store, pick your favorite Halloween colors and layer them on a bundt!

How easy was that...and the look, well...just awesome and kind of cute too, don't you think?
Eye of Newt Halloween Bundt Cake Recipe, this is probably the easiest cake to decorate and the most colorful and fun! Your kids are going to love it! It's spooky, It's sweet, It's fun, It's colorful , It's Halloween!!!!

I this this would be the perfect cake for a Monster Party even if it's not Halloween!
Eye of Newt Halloween Bundt Cake Recipe, This is such an easy cake to bake and decorate, just pick your favorite Halloween colors and have all "Eyes" on you when you make this the centerpiece of your party! Halloween or Monster BD celebration it has it all!

I love all the fun layers on the inside! This is going to be one fun holiday indeed!

Thank You for your kind visit today my friends! I love to have you here on this special week...(see, my BD is Sunday) so what better way to start my birthday week than with a cake! There is a sweet surprise for all of you who have been with me all this time,  read my posts everyday and take some of your precious time to write a comment you guys are making turning this year into a truly fantastic one!. Details coming soon! In the meantime, let's get this party started and always keep in mind that even Eyes of Newt taste better with a Pinch of Love!


Eyes Of Newt Bundt Cake
1 Box White Cake
1 Container (14 oz) White Icing
3 Halloween food coloring bottles (just a few drops of each)
Chocolate Eyes
Heat your oven according to the instructions on the box. Prepare as indicated on the box.
Grease and Flour thoroughly a bundt pan. Divide your cake mix in 3 equal parts. Add a few drops of food coloring to each bowl containing the cake mix and mix until desired color is obtained. For example, a few drops of purple in one bowl, mix until you get the depth of color you want. Another few drops of green on another bowl mix until you get the desired depth and repeat with your last bowl of cake mix.
Pick a color and slowly pour it on your bundt pan. Take a diferent color and gently pour it on the previous. It doesn't need to be covered completely and most likely it won't which is perfect since the colors will look even better when cut. Repeat until all your batter is in the bundt. 
Bake according to instructions.Once it has cooled for a couple of minutes, turn your bundt upside down on a cooling rack with a plate at the bottom.
When your cake is completely cooled down, prepare the icing. 
Take your icing container and heat it up in the microwave for a minute or so (stop after 30 seconds, depending on your microwave it is probably ready and melted)
As you did with your batter, divide it in 3 containers and again mix the same colors to match the cake. Drip the first color over the cake, wait a few minutes till it cools and repeat until all the icing is gone and your cake is covered.
Decorate with the chocolate eyes. I dipped the bottom of each eye on a little bit of icing so when it dries it's attached good to the cake.
Serve and enjoy

Prep Time: 20 minutes                     Cook time  25-35 minutes                            Serves 8-12

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  1. That is awesome! I love Halloween as well, and I can't wait to start baking :)

  2. Oh my gosh, I cannot wait to meet up with you one day, and I'm going to have to bring the kids because they're going to love you!! This is awesome.

  3. Lizbeth, this is fantastic! I spotted it in a huge link party as the only thing worth clicking on, and somehow I just had a feeling it would lead me to you! So many Halloween ideas are just overworked ones - this is so clever and different from everything else and the final effect when sliced on a plate is fabulous!
    I'm a fellow Halloween fanatic - have been working on crafts for at least a month now. I like seeing ideas posted early so I can make party plans and gather in advance. Will definitely make this! Thanks!

  4. BOO ti ful

    Ha ha I will have to look for chocolate eyes my grandkids would love this

  5. omgosh, what a great halloween cake!! great job!!

  6. Wow, amazing colours both outside and inside! I especially like how you made the icing!

    I can almost taste Halloween... ;-)

    1. Thank You Vasi! it was a lot of fun to make it! and so easy too!

  7. Haha, this is great. I hate having people watch me while I eat though (hehe). Thanks for sharing! Stop by my Friday's Five Features and link up this post (and others)! http://diy-vintage-chic.blogspot.com/2013/09/fridays-five-features-no-7.html

    1. Becca you're a hoot! lol...I can almost hear MJ and that other guys singing Somebody's watching me! Thanks I will stop by for sure!

  8. This is so pretty its spooky!!! Love it.!

    1. Thank You Lisa! he sure is :)in a sweet kind of way lol

  9. Hi Lizbeth. Thank you so much for linking up to my new party - I love this monster cake, it's too cute!

    Have a Sweet Weekend!

    1. Thank You so much Heather! It was my pleasure to be at your new get together! looking forward for more fun and more of your posts!

  10. Love it! Perfect for a Halloween party! Thanks so much for sharing on #cakefriday! Pinning it! :)

  11. This is one creepy cake.. My kids love the eyeballs. Thanks for sharing it with us on foodie friday.

  12. Oh my goodness, what a FUN idea for Halloween! I absolutely love it!!!!

  13. That is soooooooooooo awesome! You have to be the most creative when it comes to desserts and drinks. You're my hero!
    I love this cake and my cousins little boys will too. I HAVE to make them one!

    1. Thank You Dawn! It's so easy to make even I was able to do it...and I'm "cake baking challenged" ! Big Hugs love! you're always so sweet!

  14. Wow! This looks SO cool! I'm hosting a handmade candle giveaway that you should enter! http://homecomingmn.blogspot.com/2013/09/fremont-candles-givewaway-20-for.html

  15. Thanks for sharing.
    It is a little scary.


  16. This looks absolutely amazing. What a cool idea. I bet kids and adults will love this x


    1. That's right Carolin, my hubs and my kids ate the whole thing...I just had a nibble...lol...perhaps that's a good thing! Thanks for your lovely visit!

  17. That looks very cool! Awesome job!

  18. This cake is totally awesome! I have to show this one to my kids - they are going to want one for sure!
    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

    1. Hi Jill! thanks girl! It's always great to be part of your party! Lots of fun!

  19. /Hi Lizbeth!!!

    Just wanted to let you know that I've pinned your post to THE Pin It Party Best of the Best Board from 9/4's link up!!!

    Thanks for joining us!!

    Kate @ Uniquely Undone