Make These Easy Easter Cupcakes & Learn How To Bake Eggs For Coloring!!!

If you are looking for an easy, festive treat to make for Easter, you still have plenty of time to make these adorable cupcakes.

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Just make your favorite flavor cupcakes and then get your frosting ready.  I use my own buttercream but you can use canned if you do not like to make your own.

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Get a decorating bag ready and use  a Wilton Multi-Opening Decorating Tip 233.  Tint your frosting green with Wilton Gel Coloring or you can use liquid food coloring if you want.  Then just squeeze and pull up to create grass.  

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In the grass you can put a PEEPS bunny or chick, little M & M eggs,  Robin’s Eggs, Jelly Beans, or chocolate covered almonds.  You can also use some white buttercream and make little nests with an open crown tip and fill with candy eggs.  You can sprinkle the nests with sugar decor to make them sparkle or coconut flakes.  

Another great tip I got from a friend is to bake your eggs instead of boiling for coloring. You just put your eggs in a muffin tin and bake at 325 degrees for exactly 25 minutes. Do not over bake!  You will get great eggs with no cracks!  I tried it and love it!



Happy Easter from Mommy Ramblings!!!

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10 Responses to Make These Easy Easter Cupcakes & Learn How To Bake Eggs For Coloring!!!

  1. joanna garcia

    OMG love the baking technique for the eggs! i always crack my eggs when boiling them so this is great! Thanks so much for the tips!

  2. Sandra K VanHoey

    Never in all my years have I heard to bake them like this but I love it and will try this one for sure, thank you

  3. Teresa Honores

    I love the baking idea for the eggs! I am new to all this egg decorating (never done it in my life) and would love to do this with kids! I will need to get that decorating kit as well!

  4. mami2jcn

    I love the use of jelly beans! My daughter really enjoys baking and would like to try this.

  5. These are so cute. I’m want to make these for our family party.
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  6. Gina Ferrell

    The Easter cupcakes came out really cute and they look so good. I can’t wait to make my Easter cupcakes for Easter time.

  7. Abigail Gibson

    Looks amazingly good and a great idea for an Easter dinner dessert.

  8. Cynthia C

    I love the egg baking idea. I always get one or two that crack when I boil them.

  9. Buddy Garrett

    I love the cupcakes. The tips were great.

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