Candy Corn Cupcakes

Ahhhh LOVE these from the Rookie Chef. They mimic candy corn perfect and are easy to make!

ENJOY!

Ingredients:
One batch of favorite vanilla cupcakes
Yellow food dye
Orange food dye
Buttercream as white as you can make it

Directions:
Make batter. Split in half and dye one batch yellow and one orange. Very carefully fill a 1/4-1/3 of the cupcake liner with yellow batter. Then carefully pour on the orange to fill to 1/2-3/4 full. Bake according to directions.
Let cool.
Make buttercream. Place a dollop on top and voila, candy corn cupcakes.
Best as minis or small cupcake size!

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10 Comments on “Candy Corn Cupcakes”

  1. Those are so cute and so simple! I can’t wait to try these! Fall always leaves me with major baking urges! Thanks for sharing

  2. […] second is from Loves to Eat, inspired by Rookie […]

  3. Mary Beth says:

    What a great idea for our son’s fall party at preschool!

  4. Lindsey says:

    Shut your mouth! Candy Corn is my all time favorite! I can not wait to try this!

  5. Hey there! Did you see we were featured on Cupcakes Take the Cake?? Very cool!

    http://cupcakestakethecake.blogspot.com/2010/10/candy-corn-mini-cupcakes-and-big.html

    And yours look adorable by the way šŸ˜‰

  6. Mary says:

    These are adorable! Another “keeper”!

  7. Kim says:

    Okay, I have tried these twice and the layers will not stay separate! They are still cute and fun, but I am so frustrated with them not looking the way they are supposed to!!! Any suggestions? I poured the orange batter on slowly and carefully and it seemed to rest on top, but as they bake, they mix up some. Pouring it on quickly doesn’t work either – immediate mixing. Wondering now about putting in fridge to set yellow before adding orange on top…. ??? Hoping to make them again next week for a party, so any help would be appreciated!

    • lovestoeat says:

      hmm not sure..i know i carefullly pour in the first layer, and smooth out, then carefully put on second layer and carrrrreeefullly smooth it out. dont tap pan on counter at all…carefullly place in oven with very little movement.
      not sure what else you can do


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