If you like to bake, in more ways than one, then check out these Technicolor Cupcakes. Brought to us by Flickr member Lilraindrops — the trippy cupcakes are achieved with a creative color frosting technique.
Death Star Cupcakes are brought to us by Washington-based Stuffed Cakes. The fully-operational treats may be too small to be a space station, but they’ll wipe out any other cupcakes at the bake sale.
You would prefer another target, a military target? Then name the cupcake!!
Actual muffin tops are wonderful. But when the term ‘muffin top’ is used to refer to that bulge over your jeans, it’s unfortunate. Muffin Tops Cupcake Molds combine the literal with the figurative, with molds that create a midsection bulge of deliciousness.
Package includes 4 cupcake molds, silicone. Now available at The Foodiggity Shop.
House Plant Cupcakes are brought to us by Alana Jones-Mann. The creative spin on the ubiquitous cupcake are made to look like small cacti, which will be a hit with cupcake and house plant enthusiasts alike.
There’s a great tutorial on how to do your own. Deadly spikes are optional.
The best advice that we were given as children, was not to stand up in a canoe, and not to eat yellow snow. We’d also like to think that we were brought up smart enough to not give in to tired food trends, e.g. cupcakes. But nobody said anything about Yellow Snow Cupcakes. What does dad know anyway?
The cupcakes are actually vanilla with vanilla frosting and yellow and white sparkling sugar, so they should taste a lot better than actual yellow snow. Not that we have any experience with such a thing — we were brought up right. Make your own, and you can write your name on them.