There are a lot of great Easter candy options to choose from, but my all time favorite is the classic chocolate Easter bunny. There’s something about delicious chocolate wrapped in shiny gold foil and carefully peeling back that foil to nibble away on that chocolate bit by bit.
These Chocolate Easter Bunny Cupcakes have all of that nostalgic and classic Easter feeling in the form of a cupcake! They start off by being dipped in a graham cracker mixture that looks just like moss. Then they’re topped with a mini chocolate Easter bunny brushed in gold luster dust to give them that shiny gold foil look, just like the real thing!
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New Year’s Eve is almost here, and I am all for celebrating the new year. This year I wanted to make a fun, interactive dessert that’s perfect for enjoying as a part of your New Year’s Eve festivities. Instead of just making New Year’s Eve cookies, why not make New Year’s Eve cookies that are filled with sprinkles and have a stained glass candy center?!
Yep, these New Year’s Eve Piñata Clock Cookies have three layers so you can hide sprinkles in them! When you bite into them or break them in half, the sprinkles spill out. Plus, the top layer’s stained glass center gives you a peak inside!
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One of my absolute favorite Christmas traditions is putting up Christmas lights! Whether it’s on the tree or in different rooms, I love pulling out the strands, checking the bulbs, and stringing them into place. The best part is when you plug them in and see them shine brightly for the first time. That’s where I got the inspiration to create the tutorial for these Christmas Light Cakes!
These Christmas Light Cakes are so fun and festive looking. Plus, they’re pretty simple to make. You just need a 13×9 cake, buttercream, a little bit of food coloring, and your favorite sprinkles. You won’t believe how sparkly they look once you add the colorful sprinkles!
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