After it was frosted with the Cream Cheese mixture I piped some cheese onto it in the shape of a spider web. I actually used the cheese in the can and put it into a piping bag with a small tip. Otherwise you would get a 'star' shape on there.
Aw, heck with it, pop a whole one in there, live dangerously.
Place one Momma Spider on the top of the cake, using a quarter of a smaller black olive for the head and then have some spiders crawling up the cake. Have fun.
See what I mean, fun. Don't they look nice and creepy?
Use your imagination, have fun with it. I did.
Oh and by the way, I won first prize with this.
You can customize this for any special occasion.
Here's the recipe:
Oscar Mayer Bologna, 12 oz package
2 - 8 oz. packages of cream cheese (use the leftover cream cheese and put into Deviled Eggs)
1 package of dry Ranch dressing
1 8oz can Aerosol Cheese, Sharp Cheddar
Buttery Crackers for serving with the cake.
I used the whole package of ranch dressing to 2 packages of cream cheese (what you don't use on the cake is great on crackers the next day.)
Just spread the cream cheese, about a tablespoon or so, on each layer of bologna and continue till you've used up the whole package. I think it is important here to have the bologna in as uniform slices as possible, it makes for a very nice presentation. Then 'frost' the cake with more of the cream cheese and decorate with the aerosol cheese, (it comes with a handy star tip).