#FondantFriday – Dia de los Muertos Inspiration Cake

Dia de los Muertos Skull
In celebration of Spanish American Heritage month, we decided to feature a Dia De Los Muertos cake, which Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico and around the world in other cultures. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died.

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Cake Artist: Unknown
Featured Cake: Dia De Los Muertos Cake
About the Cake: This cake is inspiration of celebration of the Day of the Dead holiday in Mexican culture

Dia de los Muertos vake


  1. Hi again, I keep looking at it, I can’t help it, LOL! I am so impressed, I just can’t believe how much work is in here! How much time does a cake like this take you to make? It really is amazing, congratulaitons!

  2. Amazing cake! Being Mexican and having grown up with “calaveritas de azúcar” as we call those Dia de Muertos treats, I can honestly say, this cake is amazing. I’d just say one thing, I was born in Mexico and lived there until the age of 26, I now live in Spain and have been for 15 years now. A lot of times pepole in the different countries confuse Mexican with Spanish, I’d just say there is very little (or no) Spanish heritage in Dia de Muertos, the Sapnish in fact are quite shocked at how we turn death into such a festive occassion. But thank you for another wonderful post, and for this lovey cake! Happy Halloween and 2 de Noviembre!!


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