header

header

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Frosty Cupcakes

Pin It


It's December, and 75 degrees here in LA! So to make it feel a little more like winter, I created these little "Frosty the Snowman" cupcakes! They are so simple to make and just ADORABLE!



For each snowman you will need:

  • 1 standard size cupcake and 1 mini size cupcake covered in coconut flakes (Try our Chocolate Coconut Cupcake Recipe)
  • 1 toothpick or pretzel stick
  • Chocolate candy disk ("cocoa candy melts", Oreo cookie half, or flattened tootsie roll) for brim of hat
  • "Rolo's" candy for top of hat
  • Black Rainbow Candy Coated Chips
  • 1 orange gum drop
  • 1 Strip of fruit roll (I found some great striped sour gummy strips at the grocery store, but any fruit roll up/fruit by the foot/fruit leather will work)
  • 2-3 Mini M&M's or small candy pieces


Assemble:

Frost the cupcakes and roll in coconut shreds. Flip the cupcakes on their side and stack the mini cupcake on top of the standard size cupcake, using the toothpick or pretzel stick to secure them together (You can leave this part out and keep the cupcakes facing up if preferred).

For the hat, flip the caramel candy upside down and attach it on top of candy disk with a dot of frosting. Place on Frosty's head.

Attach chocolate chips or candy pieces with frosting, for eyes and mouth.

Cut off a piece of the gum drop and roll it between your fingers to create a carrot shape and attach with frosting for the nose.

Wrap the fruit roll strip around Frosty's neck. Cut slits at each end to create fringe on the scarf.

Attach candy buttons with frosting.

Enjoy!

Give them a try, and be sure to share a picture on our Facebook page, or email a photo to MyCreation@dollhousebakeshoppe.com!






If you enjoyed this post, follow us via RSS or email. And don't forget to visit our online shop for everything you need to bake & decorate like a pro, right in your own home!

Pin It

1 comment:

  1. Beth @ Hungry HappeningsJanuary 10, 2012 at 7:50 AM

    These are adorable. I love the use of the rolo for the hat.

    ReplyDelete

ShareThis

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...