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St. Pat's Cupcakes
Michelle, California

  • Your favorite box cake, 
  • any flavor icing (recipe below) 
  • green decorator gel 
  • green decorator frosting 
  • green & white sprinkles 
  • green sugar 
  • cupcake liners 

Prepare cake mix as directed. 

If desired, you can make green cupcakes by adding a few drops of green food coloring to a prepared white mix. 

Put cupcake liners into muffin tin and fill liners as directed on box cake mix.

 Bake as directed and allow to cool thoroughly before frosting and decorating. 

Prepare the white icing by following the recipe below. 

White Buttercream Icing

  • 16-ounce package confectioners sugar 
  • 6 tbsp butter or margarine, softened 
  • 3 to 4 tbsp milk 
  • 1 1/2 tsp vanilla extract 
  • 1/8 tsp salt

In a medium bowl, with mixer at medium-low speed, beat all ingredients until the icing is smooth and of easy spreading consistency. 

Add a few drops of green food coloring, 3 for light green, 6 or so for dark green. 

Decorate There is really not much to decorating cupcakes, especially in the eyes of your admiring children. Just a dollop of frosting is artistic enough for them! Here are a few simple tips that will help you decorate your holiday cupcakes. 

Sprinkles - Open the container, hold frosted cupcake upside down and dip into the sprinkles. Another option is to roll the outer edge of the cupcake in the sprinkles. 

Sugar - Using decorator sugar, follow the same instructions as the sprinkles. The green sugar creates a sparkling blanket effect that is very eye catching! It almost appears to be velvety. 

Decorator Gel - Use gel to draw on a shamrock. Shamrocks are simple, think of them as three heart shapes, all three meeting in the middle with their bottom tips. Then simply add a stem. 

Combinations - Roll the edges in sprinkles and dip the center in sugar, or vice versa. Or dip edge and decorate center with gel. 

Be sure to store your cupcakes in a tightly covered container so they do not harden or go stale. That is, if they last that long!



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