Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Doggie Cupcakes

My sister makes these great cupcakes and sends them into niece's classroom. She also shares with us. Isn't she so nice? My sister even let me share them with you. My son thought these were great because he thought it gave him an excuse to play with his dessert. He didn't play with them long before gobbling them up.
Doggie Cupcakes
12 cooled cupcakes
1 can of frosting
food dye
12 large marshmallows
12 red jelly beans
miniature chocolate chips

  1. Dye the frosting the desired color. Set aside.
  2. Take a marshmallow and cut off 1/4 inch thick off.
  3. Cut the 1/4 inch into half. Set aside for the muzzle.
  4. Cut the other half into 4 pieces. Shape the pieces into the shape of ears.
  5. Frost the cupcake or pipe the frosting onto the cupcake for a more hairy look.
  6. Cover the nose section with frosting and place onto the cupcake.
  7. While the nose sets, frost the ear pieces and place the ears onto the cupcakes near the edge and above the muzzle piece.
  8. With some frosting or chocolate chips, create two eyes. 
  9. Place a red jelly bean or a miniature chocolate chip for the nose.
Recipe adapted from Hello, Cupcake! cookbook.

One year ago...........................I made Peanut Butter Cookies.
Two years ago.........................I made Onion Dip.
Did you already know................
-A dog's muzzle is also a snout.
-The most popular registered breed of dog is the Labrador.
-Dogs sweat glands are located near their foot pads.

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