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Eye-See-YOU Cupcakes

Halloween Buffet Table 1

Eye See You Cupcakes

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Halloween Buffet Table 1

Eye See You Cupcakes

I’ve got my EYE on YOU!  Ok, ok, I know these are a bit ghoulish, but I do think food is a great way to have fun.  These are easy and definitely an eye-stopper…alright, I’ll stop, heehee.  I’ll show you just how quick these are to make up.



 Eye-See-YOU Cupcakes

Ingredients:

1 Pillsbury Funfetti Radiant Red Cake Mix Ingredients listed on back of package, click HERE to go to the product

1 container of White Frosting

Red decorating edible gel   HERE is an option

Eyeball Candy decorations  CLICK HERE for these, OR these

Directions:

Heat oven to 350 degrees. 

Now we need to prepare our pan.

Find a glass or anything round that is approximately the same size as the bottom of the muffin/cupcake section of the pan.

Trace 12 onto parchment paper and cut out.Eyeball Cupcakes 1


Coat the bottom of the cupcake/muffin section with non-stick cooking spray. 

Place a round piece of parchment into the bottom and coat the sides and parchment well with non-stick cooking spray. Eyeball Cupcakes 2

Eyeball Cupcakes 3Mix the cake mix according to directions on the back of the package.

Pour into the cupcake/muffin tin, dividing batter between the 12 cups.Eyeball Cupcakes 4


Bake according to directions on the back of the package. 

When done, cool, then remove from tins.Eyeball Cupcakes 5Frost the completely cooled cupcakes with the white frosting.

Color approximately 1/2 – 2/3 cup of the frosting to a deep red.Eye-See You Cupcakes 6Place the red frosting into a sandwich sized baggie and clip the corner with a small cut. Make the veins of the eyes with the red frosting.

Now for the fun.  Center the eyeball candy in the center.  That’s it!Eye-See You Cupcakes 7

Thank you Ashley for all of your help with the Halloween food staging! 

Carrie’s recipe, Copyright Carrie Groneman, A Mother’s Shadow, 2014

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3 Comments

  1. Love using Funfetti cake mixes and never tried this one though, but got me curious and totally pinned to take a better look at for Halloween and my girls now 🙂

  2. Oooh, that’s kinda creepy and absolutely perfect for Halloween!

  3. Love your eyeball cupcakes. They look simple to make and, such great treats for Halloween! I would love for you to come share with us at the Click and Chat Link Up Party (Monday Morning 8am EST) . http://www.thisolemom.com Have a great week, Kim @ This Ole Mom

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