Easter Cupcakes: Easy Step-by-Step for Moms and Kids 1 603

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This year I wanted to make Easter cupcakes and I wanted the end result to be something that hasn’t hit Pinterest yet. What I arrived at was a simple marriage of Cadbury Mini Eggs nestled into an edible nest atop green coconuty frosting grass. To add charm, I ordered pearlized white picket fence cupcake wrappers to envelop the Easter cupcakes. It kind of looks like a birdie decided to make a home for his babes right in your backyard–well, if you have a white picket fence surrounding pastel grass.

Tip: Use an Upside-Down Lid with a Tab to Grip as a Tray While Making Treats

Ingredients for My Easter Cupcakes

  • Cadbury Mini Eggs
  • Rolo Chewy Caramels ~ Regular or Mini (I used regular but minis come unwrapped)
  • Snyder’s of Hanover Snaps Pretzels or Mini Pretzels
  • Coconut Flakes
  • 16 oz. Frosting
  • Green Food Coloring
  • Confetti Cupcake Mix and Required Listed Ingredients
  • Pearlized White Picket Fence Cupcake Wrappers

My Easy Step-by-Step Directions

  1. Make and bake confetti cupcakes based on the package instructions.
  2. Take 16oz. of frosting and mix in desired amount of green food coloring
  3. Take coconut flakes and mix in similar amount of green food coloring*.
  4. Frost cupcakes and sprinkle them with green coconut flakes.
  5. Place them inside white picket fence cupcake wrappers.
  6. Evenly space pretzel squares on top of wax paper on a baking sheet.
  7. Add a Rolo to the middle of each pretzel square.
  8. Bake for 2-5 minutes at 200 degrees watching carefully. (You want the chocolate soft but not melty.)
  9. Take out of the oven and don each confection with a Cadbury Mini Egg, gently pressing them into place.
  10. Place your nested eggs (or cupcake toppers) atop your Easter cupcakes!

* {Pretend Confectioner} Ashley’s Tip:

We liked that our coconut grass had variance to it, but if you want your Easter Cupcakes’ grass to be monotone you can add a little water to the food coloring and pour the diluted mixture over top of the coconut flakes to add an even all-over color.

My Easy Step-by-Step Video

Easy as cupcakes, right?!

Life is full of questions. Cupcakes are the answer.

The Hubs and Me After Getting Cupcakes at the Magnolia Bakery in the Upper East Side (made famous by Sex & The City), May 2009

Together let’s make the world a better place one cupcake at a time! Whether you’re like my husband and me seeking out the most notorious cupcakeries on vacation or you are quite the little baker yourself, please share with our community in the comments below! Share where you’ve picked up your fave cupcake or what type of cupcakes you’ve made that were your best ever!

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Hello! I’m Ashley Camber, a blessed mompreneur, wife, blogger and cheerleader of life-long learning sharing {Moments} of joy and growth in {My Life Space}…and helping others do the same! I live in Kansas [though I was proudly raised in Nebraska as a Husker!] where I love to laugh, sing, dance, create and play alongside my Italian husband, ambitious and busy-bodied Kindergartner, bubbly and grateful preschooler and smiley and curious baby-turned-toddler. I have a zest for life…and the changes that it brings. I consider myself a change agent, a cheerleader for wellbeing and a champion of lifelong learning. I love to read, write, act, sing, dance, travel, organize, research, plan theme parties and create (among many other things!). I am also actively involved in my community, having been recognized for my services on planning committees for a local children’s charity and as the Director of Social Media for the chapter of a local professional association. Due to my unending desire for personal and professional enrichment, I have a Master of Science degree in Organizational Development Psychology and I have completed several professional certifications; I am a MBTI & StrengthsFinder assessment enthusiast.

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