Recipes: Halloween Bug Cupcakes

BUG CUPCAKES

Shoo Fly:

Use a malt ball for body and a peanut M&M for head. Pipe icing onto M&M and attach two M&M’s Minis as eyes. Pipe icing for pupils. Cut two pieces of Haribo Gummy Sour Fruity Pasta to make wings.

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Beetles:

Use a chocolate-covered cherry for body and a peanut M&M for head. Use icing to attach M&M’s Minis as eyes and to make pupils. Pipe a line and six dots on body. Top dots with M&M’s Minis. Pipe icing for legs.

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Centipede:

Use five peanut M&Ms for body and an almond M&M for head. Pipe icing on head and attach two M&M’s Minis as eyes; pipe icing as pupils and to attach M&M’s Minis to peanut M&M’s. Use Good & Plenty as legs

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Spider:

Use a colorful malted-milk ball for body and an almond M&M for head. Pipe two dots of icing onto almond M&M and attach two M&M’s Minis as eyes. Pipe icing as pupils and legs.

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Another Spider:

Use a Ferrero Rondnoir candy for body and an almond M&M for head. Pipe two dots of icing onto M&M and attach two M&M’s Minis as eyes. Pipe icing as pupils and legs.

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Wiggly Worm:

Place six peanut M&M’s on cupcake for the body and head. Pipe icing on top of five and attach one M&M’s Mini to each. Pipe two dots and attach two M&M’s Minis to the head as eyes. Pipe icing as pupils and legs.

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Slug:
Pipe two dots of icing at one end and attach two M&M’s Minis as eyes. Pipe icing on M&M’s Minis as pupils. Pipe icing all around Circus Peanut as legs.

TIP: Edging your cupcakes with sparkling sugar is easy. Place sugar in a small bowl and tip it slightly. With you other hand, dip just the edge of the iced cupcake into the sugar. Roll and turn the cupcake until the edge is covered.


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