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Sweet Spider Cupcakes

Sweet Spider Cupcakes recipe

These spooky spider web cupcakes are perfect for the next gathering of little ghosts and goblins.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Prepare cake mix as directed on package, adding vanilla to batter.
  2. Tint cake batter orange with 1/4 teaspoon each yellow and red food color.
  3. Bake as directed on package for cupcakes.
  4. Cool cupcakes on wire rack.
  5. Mix desired food color into vanilla frosting (see Tinting Frosting tip).
  6. Frost cupcakes.
  7. Place chocolate frosting into small plastic bag. Snip off a tiny corner of the bag. Squeeze out 3 thin circles of frosting onto each cupcake, beginning at the center. Starting at the smallest circle, pull frosting through all three circles using a toothpick. Repeat at even intervals 5 or 6 times around the cupcake.
  8. For additional decorations, place purchased plastic spider on top of cupcake, if desired. (For an edible spider, use black gumdrop for spider body, and pipe 8 legs of frosting around gumdrop.).
  9. For Purple frosting, use 5 drops purple McCormick® Assorted NEON! Food Colors & Egg Dye for each 1/2 cup of frosting.
  10. For Orange frosting, use 5 drops red and 9 drops yellow McCormick® Assorted Food Colors & Egg Dye for each 1/2 of cup frosting. Mix until well blended.

Test Kitchen Tip: For easier measurement, 1/4 teaspoon Food Color = 20 to 25 drops

Nutritional information (amount per serving) Calories: 225 Sodium: 199mg Fat: 9g Carbohydrates: 34g Cholesterol: 26mg Protein: 2g Fiber: 0g

Reprinted with permission from McCormick. logo

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