Party Cupcakes

I love a good party and I love a good cupcake. Like, seriously. Really…who doesn’t? Right?

Just in time {or barely in time!} for Mother’s Day and Teacher Appreciation Week, I present to you Party Cupcakes, very similar to the Party Oreos that have been super popular!

These are fast and easy and perfect for any occasion. Directions are after the jump!

Start by making any chocolate box cake mix according to directions. When you fill the cupcake liners, fill them at least 3/4 full. This is key so that the cupcakes rise enough for the next step.

To top the cupcakes, you’ll need Baker’s chocolate squares (3 square per dozen) and sprinkles of your choice.

Melt the chocolate squares according to the package directions and pour a healthy amount of sprinkles into another bowl. Carefully dip the top of the cupcake into the melted chocolate and immediately dip it into the sprinkles. Allow the chocolate to cool and harden before serving or packaging.

These sweet party cupcakes would be a perfect match to the Mother’s Day cupcake toppers

…or a sweet gift for an important teacher in your life. :)

 Linking Here:

Sumo’s Sweet Stuff * Skip to My Lou * Oopsey Daisy

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  1. says

    Darling cupcakes! I love sprinkles. Great article on the neon trend at I Heart Naptime. I’m not sure I could pull off the bold colors in my wardrobe, but maybe with some decor.

    • Katie says

      Thanks for the sweet words Camille! I’m just now tip-toeing into the neon trend, so we’ll see how long it actually takes for it to make it into my wardrobe! Home decor might be my avenue of choice to start off with too… :) Thanks for stopping by!

    • Katie says

      Thanks so much for the kind words Alexis! I’m all about trying to figure out ways to simplify things…and how to get more sprinkles on!


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