YIELD Makes 8 servings
|1||loaf (16 ounces) pound cake, thawed if frozen|
|1||container (1 pound) caramel frosting|
|1/2||pound assorted Halloween candies|
|5||to 10 gummy worms|
|1||cup chocolate cookie crumbs|
- Cut cake loaf to resemble coffin by cutting 1-inch triangle from 1 corner of cake. Cut opposite corner to match; this will be the top end of coffin. Cut long, narrow triangles (1X4-inches) off bottom corners to form bottom end.
- Slice 1/2-inch layer off top of cake horizontally to form lid; set aside. Leaving 1/2-inch border, cut around inside edge of cake and scoop out some of interior. Cut graham crackers to fit onto cake sides; use frosting to attach graham cracker "boards" to outer sides of cake. Frost top of cake, if desired.
- Fill inside of cake with candy and gummy worms, allowing some to spill out over edges. Set lid on cake at slight angle.
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