Mummy Cupcakes

     These Mummy Cupcakes are a fun and spooky Halloween treat that kids will love. Perfect for serving at a Halloween party!

 

These Mummy Cupcakes are a fun and spooky Halloween treat that kids will love. Perfect for serving at a Halloween party!

 

These Mummy Cupcakes are a fun and spooky Halloween treat that kids will love. Perfect for serving at a Halloween party!

 

I love how these mummy cupcakes turned out, they are adorable and spooky all at the same time.

 

These Mummy Cupcakes are a fun and spooky Halloween treat that kids will love. Perfect for serving at a Halloween party!

 

Mummy Cupcakes

Ingredients & Materials:

 

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Dark chocolate fudge cupcake mix (eggs, water, oil)
Creamy vanilla frosting
White pearl Sixlets
Black food coloring marker
Halloween confetti sprinkles
Black cupcake liners
Decorating bag
Small basketweave tip

 

Directions:

Preheat your oven and line a cupcake pan with your black cupcake liners

Prepare your cake mix as directed on the box and fill your cupcake liners up halfway with your batter.

Bake as directed on box and let your cupcakes cool.

Cut the tip off your decorating bag and place your basketweave tip inside the bag.

Place your bag inside a tall glass, fold the edges over the top of the glass, and fill with your vanilla frosting.

 

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Use your black food marker to draw black dots on the Sixlets then place a small amount of frosting on the bottom and stick to the top/centre of your cupcake for the mummy’s eyes.

Take the bag out of your glass, twist the top of the bag, apply pressure to the middle of the bag.

 

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Place the tip onto the outside edge of your cupcake (flat side of the tip up) and begin frosting back and forth from the top to the bottom, leaving a small space for the eyes.

 

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Top off with your confetti sprinkles

 

These Mummy Cupcakes are a fun and spooky Halloween treat that kids will love. Perfect for serving at a Halloween party!

 

4 from 1 vote
Mummy Cupcakes
Ingredients
  • Dark chocolate fudge cupcake mix eggs, water, oil
  • Creamy vanilla frosting
  • White pearl Sixlets
  • Black food coloring marker
  • Halloween confetti sprinkles
  • Black cupcake liners
  • Decorating bag
  • Small flat decorating tip
Instructions
  1. Preheat your oven and line a cupcake pan with your black cupcake liners.
  2. Prepare your cake mix as directed on the box and fill your cupcake liners up halfway with your batter
  3. Bake as directed on box and let your cupcakes cool
  4. Cut the tip off your decorating bag and place your flat tip inside the bag
  5. Place your bag inside a tall glass, fold the edges over the top of the glass, and fill with your vanilla frosting
  6. Use your black food marker to draw black dots on the Sixlets then place a small amount of frosting on the bottom and stick to the top/center of your cupcake for the mummy's eyes
  7. Take the bag out of your glass, twist the top of the bag, apply pressure to the middle of the bag
  8. Place the tip onto the outside edge of your cupcake and begin frosting back and forth from the top to the bottom, leaving a small space for the eyes
  9. Top off with your confetti sprinkles

These Mummy Cupcakes are a fun and spooky Halloween treat that kids will love. Perfect for serving at a Halloween party!

 

 

9 thoughts on “Mummy Cupcakes

  1. These are really cute! I think very easy to recreate as well without it turning into a ‘Pinterest fail” lol 🙂

    I didnt’ realize food markers existed!

  2. My daughter is the cupcake queen she makes all the cupcakes for everyone, so I am going to have to show her these and see if she will make them for me, they are so cute!!

  3. 4 stars
    Thank you! We made these for my son’s first grade class. They had a party to celebrate the end of their unit about Egypt. Mummy cupcakes were definitely a hit!!

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