The Busy Bug

November 01, 2010

Project #35 - Halloween Cupcakes

Happy Halloween Crafters.  I know it's after Halloween, but I have been so busy with the kids and I just wanted to post this since I think they are just adorable.  Hope everyone has eaten enough candy!!  The kids  absolutely loved them.  They were so easy to make.  Here are the instructions.
        1 tub Duncan Hines Classic Dark-Chocolate Fudge frosting or any frosting of your choice
         Parchment Paper
         Icing Bag & #2 frosting tip
         2 cup(s) white-chocolate chips
         spiderweb template

Put spiderweb template on cookie sheet. I copy a bunch of webs and cut them out separately.

 Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper on top of templates.
 Microwave white-chocolate chips in a bowl for 30 seconds and stir. Continue to microwave in 20-second intervals until almost melted. Stir again until chocolate is completely melted.
 To make each web, use frosting bag and tip, to trace white chocolate along design, making sure to connect all lines. Repeat process until you've created 24 toppers. Chill them in refrigerator for 10 minutes

To Glaze Cupcakes:
  1. Transfer frosting into a bowl, microwave for 10 seconds, and stir; repeat until thin enough to pour. Dip cupcake upside down into frosting, submerging the top but not touching liner to frosting. Let excess drip off before turning upright. Continue until all cupcakes are glazed.
Carefully lift off cobwebs from cookie sheet and secure with a little frosting on top of cupcakes.  Enjoy! Bug Hugs!

1 comment:

  1. These look like so much fun!! Can't wait to try it out! TFS!


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