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Jingle Bells Cupcakes

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Fruit, vanilla frosting and Cheerios help ring in the wintry weather. Be sure to take a sleigh ride with one of these sweets in tow! | Buy on Amazon

  • Hands-On Time: 45 Minutes
  • Total Time: 1 Hour
  • Servings: 24 Mini Vanilla Cupcakes
  • Difficulty: Pretty Easy
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Baking Instructions

  1. Cut the fruit leather lengthwise into ⅛" wide strips. Tint the vanilla frosting pale yellow with the yellow food coloring. Spoon 2 Tbsp. yellow frosting into a small freezer bag. Spoon the chocolate frosting into a small freezer bag. Press out the excess air and seal the bags.
  2. Place the yellow sugar in to a small shallow bowl. Frost the tops of 4 cupcakes with a mound of the yellow frosting and make smooth. Roll the tops of the frosted cupcakes into the yellow sugar to cover completely. Repeat with the remaining frosting and sugar.
  3. Snip a very small corner from the bags with the yellow and chocolate frosting. Pipe an “X” shape near one edge of the sugared cupcakes. Insert the mini chocolate chips, pointed end down, at the end of each chocolate line. Pipe a dot of the yellow frosting along the opposite edge and attach the cereal “O”’s as the holder. Arrange the cupcakes on a serving platter with the tops all facing in the same direction. Carefully insert strips, cutting at different lengths, of the fruit leather into the openings as the string that connects the bells.

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sugar coated

sugar coated

When ever I bake a cake I always spray with pam no-stick and then dust the pans with regular sugar, no blobs of flour left on the edges and it tastes nicer also.

Cake Tastes Better Frozen

Cake Tastes Better Frozen

After baking your cake let the cake stand cooling it off completely then wrap with tin foil strong in freezer until completely frozen once frozen, decorate your cake. its easier to ice that way they place back in freezer. defrost 2-3 hours before severing and your cake will taste great and be the star of the night

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