These upcakes will put a smile on the young and old alike. They use miniature multicolored confetti sprinkles to represent balloons and buttercream frosting for clouds. Want to know how to make them? They are really easy!
You’ll need some cupcakes and frosting. Any kind. Your favorite cupcake recipe or even a cake mix. Frost the cupcakes with an offset spatula and make it look kinda messy. They don’t need to be perfect. You are going for fluffy and cloudlike. Then sprinkle white sanding sugar over the top for some extra texture and sparkle.
Head over to Bakerella for the rest of the directions to make these Up inspired cupcakes!
With her cowhide chaps and wide-brimmed hat, Jessie sure knows how to dress the part of Woody’s yodeling cohort. Trimmed with piped-on icing for lacing, these red cookie hats resemble the sassy cowgirl’s and make a sweet cap off to dinner or lunch.
What You’ll Need-
Tray, Waxed paper, Batch of chilled sugar cookie dough (homemade or store bought), Flour, Rolling pin, 2-inch round cookie cutter, Spatula, Baking sheets, Wire cooling racks, Red cookie icing, Butter knife or spatula for spreading the icing, Large red gumdrops, Tube of white decorator's icing (with a narrow round tip to pipe on the lacing).
Head over to Disney for the directions!
In Norway, where the royal sisters Elsa and Anna reside, crispy flatbread is a traditional and versatile snack that can be served with butter and jam, topped with cheese, or even dipped in soup or stew. Inspired by the Norwegian staple — along with Queen Elsa’s knack for whipping up a winter storm — this simple recipe turns homemade flatbread into a flurry of sweet snowflakes “frosted” with a lemony glaze.
Head over to Disney.com for the ingredients and directions to make this snowflake snack!
No one knows better than Lightning McQueen just how bumpy the road to success can be. Add a few transcontinental twists and turns, and you’ve got an edge-of-the-seat race to the finish. But rest assured, Lightning’s quick — just watch how fast these cupcakes disappear!
What You’ll Need- Batch of frosted cupcakes, White chocolate candy bar or bar of white baking chocolate, Red cupcake icing, Toothpick, Mini chocolate chips, Chocolate candies with brown shells, Small chocolate candies with yellow shells.
Head over to Disney.com for directions on how to assemble your Lighting McQueen Cupcakes
The character of Mike that Disney Pictures has created lends itself so easily to a round crispy rice treat! If you've ever made rice crispy cookies before, you can make these treats. And if you have ever made rice crispy cookies before, you will know just how easy these are to make.
For a complete list of ingredients and directions head to Spaceships and Laser Beams.
If you have a huge supply of patience, try making these beautiful Mrs. Potts cake bites.
Here's what you'll need- 1 box of cake mix, One 16-ounce can of ready-made frosting, Wax paper, Baking sheets, White candy coating, Purple candy melts (teapot lid and base), White licorice pastilles for spout (Good & Plenty will work too), Yellow candy necklace pieces (handle), Pink, blue, black and peach edible ink pens (facial details), Paper lollipop sticks, Styrofoam block
For directions head to Disney Weddings.
In Disney’s movie Snow White, you know that part where the evil queen dips the apple in poison and as it drips down the apple it forms the shape of a skull. That was my inspiration for these spooky Halloween cake pops.
These apples are pretty simple to make. Just bake your favorite cake and allow it to cool(make enough cake to fit in a 9×13 pan). Crumble the cake up and mix it with frosting until it forms a sort of dough. Divide the dough into portions with a small scoop. Roll each portion into a smooth ball. We suggest either a white cake or a chocolate cake!
For more directions and ingredients head over to the Kitchen McCabe.
Jiminy Cricket! There’s something kinda sweet about taking one of children’s favorite cookies and creating a lovable character with them. These Nilla Wafer Pinocchio cookies are so simple, so fun, and oh-so adorable. But I think the best part is the pretzel nose. How big of a lie did Pinocchio tell? Only the nose knows.
For directions head to Handmade Charlotte.
These are easy, peasy to whip up, and will make you so happy you'll feel like BOUNCING! "The wonderful thing about Tigger tails, is that Tigger tails are wonderful things".
For directions head over to Chatting Over Chocolate.
These cupcakes are super fun to make. It’s a simple chocolate cake, simple chocolate butter cream frosting, but the magic happens in the HORNS. Making the horns is very easy; melt come chocolate chips and once it’s ALMOST melted add some light corn syrup. Now let it sit overnight so it can harden.
For ingredients and more directions to make these "evil" yet sweet treats, head over to Wannabite.
We love these chocolate covered cookies. They are eye-catching and fun and sure to get a lot of smiles. They are really easy to make too. Simply dip your favorite sandwich cookies into melted blue Wilton dipping candy and then top with Wilton blue ice crystals or chopped blue striped candy canes.
For more specific ingredients and instructions head to 2Tired2Wired.
Make your family laugh with these princess inspired hot dogs! This Tangled hot dog is the most hilarious, but the Merida and Elsa ones are great too. Get the recipe at Biting the Hand That Feeds You.