ChristinaBryce
3 years ago1,000+ Views
Night Owl Cupcakes
What you'll need cupcakes (differs depending on size of owl, usually 24) 16-ounce can plus ½ cup of vanilla frosting green food coloring blue food coloring purple food coloring finely chopped sweetened coconut chocolate sprinkles chocolate wafer cookies jellyrings Junior Mints mini chocolate chips circus peanuts M&M's pretzel rods How to make it You'll need a 16-ounce can plus ½ cup of vanilla frosting. Spoon ½ cup into a ziplock bag (snip off a corner for piping), tint 1 cup with green food coloring, and reserve the rest. From 2 cups finely chopped sweetened coconut, tint ½ cup blue, ½ cup purple, and reserve the rest. Frost 10 cupcakes green and 8 white. Roll the edges of two of the white cupcakes in chocolate sprinkles. Arrange the Mama Owl as shown at right. Use a serrated knife to halve 5 chocolate wafer cookies (we used Famous Chocolate Wafers) for the wings and trim the sides from another cookie for the brows. Make each eye from a whole cookie, piped-on frosting, a jelly ring and a Junior Mint. Sprinkle the white coconut over the chest and scatter with mini chocolate chips. Add pretzel-rod branches and trimmed circus peanuts for the beak and talons, as shown above. Make each owlet's wings and beak with the same ingredients used for the Mama Owl. Add colored coconut and chocolate chips for the chest, smaller cookie pieces for the brows. Use jelly rings and brown M&M's for the eyes.
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This is so adorable, I really love the pretzel idea. I wish I was creative enough to come up with this stuff on my own!
3 years ago·Reply
This is such a cute idea! I love the little baby owls the best!
3 years ago·Reply
So cute!
3 years ago·Reply
It's tummy looks so yummy!
3 years ago·Reply
@caricakes We just need to start at cute cartoon versions of animals more often, and then maybe we will be able to come uo with some more!
3 years ago·Reply
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