My daughter Brittney turned 22 and graduated from college on the same day. I had a huge party for her and of course I baked all the goodies. Since I was baking for 50 people and had to set up the party pick up the food and keep it all a surprise lol I decided to make the cupcakes semi homemade! These came out amazing and noone could tell they started from a box. This was one of the three flavors I made, S'mores! YUM You can purchase the icing and the icing flavoring at your local grocery store in the baking supply aisle. The specialty sprinkles were purchased at PARTY CITY.
1Preheat oven to degree listed on box. Line cupcake pan with liners.
2Make cake mix according to box directions.
3Stir into batter the crushed graham crackers
4Spoon batter into cupcake liners till 1/3 full. Add a dollop of marshmallow ice cream topping to each one making sure not to touch sides of liners. Then spoon remaining batter over marshmallow to completely cover and bake according to box.
5Once cupcakes are cool completely you can decorate them
6Open can of frosting starter and form a well in center with a spoon.
7Empty envelope of chocolate marshamllow flavor mix into frosting starter and stir till completely mixed. Frost the cupcakes
8Sprinkle each cupcake with smores sprinkles
9Add a graham cracker half to top of each one and watch them disappear! YUMMY
10Variation: If you dont want as much marshmallow you can ice with chocolate frosting and then add a halfed graham cracker and a hersheys kiss
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