Well friends. I sent my camera in to be cleaned and I am surely missing it. Since I have no fresh pics ready to share, I thought I would dig through my pics from last year and share a fun rainbow cupcake idea that might be fun for your St. Patrick's Day parties this year. These are super easy and cute.
First, start out with a simple white cake mix prepared as normal.
After mixing up batter, separate evenly into different colors. I did the standard red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple.
Next, line your cupcake pan and start spooning in layers of batter. I started with red and moved up from there.
Slowly add in spoonful layers as you go. Try to keep your scoops the same so you don't run out of 1 color before you get them filled!
This is what mine looked like before baking.
After they are cooled, top with your favorite frosting, I'll share the recipe I use, I think its wiltons:
1/2 Cup butter
1/2 Cup shortening
1 tsp vanilla
2 Tbsp Milk
4 C. Powdered sugar
Whip, Whip, Whip!!
Here is the delicious result. Sooo yummy and kids love 'em!I'm join these fabulous link parties each week: Flamingo Toes, I heart naptime, Under the table and dreaming, Not your ordinary Recipes, Not just a housewife, The Project Queen, Creating my way to success, Craft Couture, Funky Polkadot Giraffe,The Kurtz Corner, Krafty Kat, Polly want a Crafter, Blue Cricket Design, Southern Lovely, Ginger Snap Crafts, Women who do it all, Eisy Morgan, Laugh, Love, Craft, Clean & Scentsible, House of Hepworths, Somewhat Simple, The Shabby Creek Cottage, The Shabby Nest, The Speckled Dog, Tatortots & Jello, Simply Designing, Chic on a Shoestring, Just a Girl ,Someday Crafts, Reasons to skip the housework, The Idea Room ,Between U and Me, Home Saavy
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