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Hole in One Cupcakes!!

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Hole in One Cupcakes!!What do you get if you cut a hole in a cupcake and fill it with a Lindt white chocolate truffle?   A perfect Father’s Day treat!!!

These are guaranteed to make any golf-loving Father smile on his special day!  This one’s for you dad!  I can’t wait to see you in 2 weeks and go “golfing” (aka losing cute golf balls in ponds).

How is such incredible cuteness created, you ask?  EASY!  Make a chocolate cupcake, cut a hole in the top, and pop a Lindt white chocolate truffle inside!

Golf Cupcakes!!How fun and easy is that?  Here are the details (Printable recipe)

INGREDIENTS:

  • One boxed chocolate cake mix (plus oil, water and eggs to make according to package)
  • One tub of white frosting
  • One container (about 1 cup) of green sugar sprinkles
  • 24 Lindt White chocolate Truffles (I got 2 (5.1oz) bags that each had 12 truffles)

DIRECTIONS:

  • Make cake according to package and divide evenly into 24 cupcake liners placed in muffin tins.
  • Bake according to package.
  • Use a cupcake corer or a small knife (use a corer to get that perfectly round cut!) to cut a hole in the center of each cupcake.
  • Use a knife to carefully frost the top of each cupcake around the hole.
  • Press top of frosted cupcake into green sugar to coat it.
  • Place a truffle into “hole”.

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  • Place a flag in each cupcake- you can print these on heavy paper and use double-sided tape to secure them to toothpicks.  Here are 2 files- Happy Father’s Day, and Blank (write your own message) flags.

Click on a picture to be taken to the printable pdf:

Father's Day FlagsGolf Cupcake- DIY Flags

My thoughts: I’ve used a cupcake corer on so many cupcakes to add fillings, and the last time I did it, this idea popped into my head!  I wasn’t sure how it would turn out, but as soon as I coated my 1st cupcake in that green sugar I knew it would be perfect!  Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there- especially mine!!!!

Golf Cupcakes!!!!

Want another reason to get a cupcake corer? Here’s four……..

Key Lime Cupcakes!Cinnamon Roll Filling in a yummy cupcake!Radioactive Cupcakes filled with SLIME!Peppermint Hot Chocolate Cupcakes!!!

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Gender Reveal (Surprise!) Cupcakes

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Gender reveal cupcakes!!!These cupcakes hold a secret—- is it a boy, or is it a girl?  The latest trend of having a gender reveal party is SO much fun when the gender is revealed with a yummy dessert!  Plus, I’ve included free printable cupcake toppers to go along with your party theme!

Gender reveal Cupcakes

A few weeks ago, Easybaked featured  a Polka Dot Cake using a Cake pop maker.  It was so much fun that I couldn’t help but think of other ways to use the idea.  These cupcakes are just wonderful– when you bite in the color is seamless- you can’t even tell that the cake pop was baked ahead.  Want to know how to do this?

Here we go:

INGREDIENTS:

  • 1 white cake mix (for about 18 cupcakes) or 1 white/ one chocolate for a combo and about 36 cupcakes
  • The oil, eggs and water required by your boxed mix(es)
  • Gel food coloring
  • Frosting (I used my buttercream recipe ~double it if you add the second cake mix)

This little chart should help you see how many cupcakes are made with just the white mix and how many are made when you use both a white and chocolate mix (I’m bad with math…I need visuals!!):

Gender reveal cupcakes

DIRECTIONS:

  • Plug in/heat up your cake pop maker
  • Make white cake mix according to box.
  • Take about 3/4 cup (1 1/4 cup for the double batch!) of batter and place it into a smaller bowl.
  • Color the batter using color gel (I like Wilton brand of Gel food coloring because they always come out bright.  Try Aqua or Pink.)
  • Follow the directions on your cake pop maker to use the colored batter to make cake balls.  Helpful hints:  work fast and use a small cookie scoop to evenly spoon batter into cups, and check them- I burnt my 1st batch following the directions!  You should have enough batter to have a practice round and adjust.

Color batter with gelsScoop batter into cake pop maker

  • While cake balls cool, spoon small amounts of your remaining white cake mix into 12-18 cupcake liners in a cupcake tin. (start with 12 and see how much batter you have left for the rest).
  • Spread the batter out along the bottom so you have a thin layer in each liner.
  • Set a cooled cake ball in the center of each liner and carefully scoop batter over the top (I found a medium cookie scoop to make this job MUCH easier!)

    Set cake ball into center of cupcake...Scoop batter over top of cake ball.

  • After your 12 are filled, continue on until you have used up all of your cake batter.
  • Bake at 350F degrees for about 20 minutes.
  • (If you are making the double batch, make your chocolate cake mix while the white cupcakes bake.  Set these up with the cake balls hidden inside the batter and bake for the same amount of time.)
  • Remove from tins immediately and cool on the counter.  Frost and decorate as desired.

Gender reveal cupcakes- two tone frostingPiping two tone icing colors!

Do you see how I piped the two-tone icing colors?  I’m sure there must be a better method than this…I am so not a cake decorator.  It turned out ok- but it was a little fussy to keep equal pressure on both colors at the same time.

The toppers are easy and inexpensive to make.  Simply click here to get a free pdf file of the owl toppers.  Print them on a heavy card stock paper, cut them out and use double sided tape to stick them back to back around a toothpick (one boy owl and one girl, back to back).

It's a boy!!!

It’s a boy!!!

My thoughts:  I love how the final cupcake is….just a cupcake.  It isn’t anything fancy or cream-filled…just a cupcake with a surprise.  These would be fun cupcakes for any party- you could even incorporate them in a game—whoever gets the (__color___) cupcake gets a prize!  I hope these make their way into a party of yours soon!  Enjoy!!! ~r

It's a girl!!!

It’s a girl!!!

Want some other shower ideas from easybaked?  Click on the image to be taken to the recipe.

Gender Reveal CupcakeRaspberry Confetti KissesGender reveal cookiesKool-Aid Truffles!!

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