Kitten cupcakes for Halloween

amanda hansbarger


This is so much fun for kids to help make. Not only is it cute and yummy but it's easy too.

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cupcake liners (orange and black)
1 box
cake mix, any flavor
gummy black raspberry candies
miniature confetti sprinkles (circle ones)
green m and m's
orange and black jellybeans
black sprinkles
black and orange sanding sugar
black edible pen and white candy coating
1 can(s)
white frosting

How to Make Kitten cupcakes for Halloween


  • 1Bake cupcakes following directions on package and let cool once done.
  • 2Frost the cupcakes. Dip in orange or black sanding sugar. Make sure to coat whole cupcake.
  • 3Pinch the tip of the black gummy raspberry candies to form pointed ears. Insert in frosting at top of cupcake. Insert a jellybean in middle for nose and black sprinkles around nose for whiskers. Insert confetti sprinkle for mouth.
  • 4On bottom edges of cupcake insert 6 jellybeans for the claws. 3 on each side of mouth.
  • 5Using the edible black marker, draw pupils on the green m&m's then press eyes into frosting.
  • 6Melt the candy coating according to directions on package. Use a wooden pick to dot the candy on eyes and paws to make claws. Enjoy!

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About Kitten cupcakes for Halloween

Course/Dish: Cakes, Candies
Main Ingredient: Flour
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids

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