Monstrously Fun Cupcakes

Monster Cupcakes

We’ve turned the calendars and we’re prepping for Halloween and getting ready to serve up a few fun party ideas that are quick, easy and affordable.  Here’s a simple cupcake that’s fun to make with many steps that can involve children at all ages.  They’ll love serving these up to their friends.  In fact, they’re what we’re sharing this year!

Monster Cupcakes

Monstrously Fun Cupcakes by Jodie Fitz

These Three little monsters are great for Halloween fun…

Price Chopper cake mix

Price Chopper mini pretzel sticks

Price Chopper marshmallows, large & mini

Green Frosting

Black gel frosting

White Chocolate melting rounds

White Chocolate morsels

  1. Make the cupcakes as directed on the box and let cool directly.   It should make 18 – 24 cupcakes.
  2. Top each cupcake with a large marshmallow by connecting the marshmallow and cupcake together using a mini pretzel stick.
  3. Frost the top of the cupcake covering the marshmallow to create height.
  4. We have created three little monster creations from our counters to share at yours;
    1. Add a large melting round to the center of one cupcake.  Use the black gel frosting to add the center of the eye, mouth and eyebrow for your very own Cyclops.
    2. Add mini morsels to the front of the one cupcake to create a monster with many eyes.  Simply us the black gel frosting to add the center of the eyes and eyebrows.
    3. Add two mini pretzel sticks to two mini marshmallows and insert them for an eye-popping affect.  Use the black gel frosting to add the center of the eye to each mini marshmallow and a mouth.

Kids will love picking out their own monster at your Halloween party!

Green Frosting:  You can actually order Price Chopper’s butter cream frosting right at the bakery located in your Price Chopper store.

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86 Comments on “Monstrously Fun Cupcakes”

  1. Ha ha, these are so cool. I will be getting into the halloween spirit this year. It’s not very popular here, but I did get a few trick or treaters drop in, so I’m making in fun for the ones I get this year and am going to be a little more prepared. I will be making some monster cupcakes for sure!

    1. Thank you! We had fun putting them together & look forward to serving them as this year’s classroom treat!

      ~ Jodie

  2. If you haven’t already, I hope you’ll visit “One Creative Weekend” on OneCreativeMommy.com (open every Fri-Wed) and link up this idea and anything else you’d like to share. There are two categories—one for Halloween and one for everything else.

    1. I did link up! THANK YOU for stopping by & making sure these little monsters were hooked up…
      Have a great day! ~ jodie

  3. These are adorable, and yummy looking. You can’t help but smile when you see their faces. Thanks for sharing your inspiration with Sunday’s Best – you helped make the party a success!

    1. I know! I couldn’t resist when I saw your post to connect us!!! Would love to feature your game as a guest post if you are interested? I’ll try to email you…

    1. Hi there- THANKs for stopping b;I hope your Kindergartner loves them…
      Yes, these monsters made a debut on the news last week…it was a lot of fun!

      Have a great Sunday,

      Jodie

  4. How fun and yummy! Thank you for sharing this at my Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. Hope to see your prettiness again on Monday. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

    1. I can’t believe a whole week has already passed – LOL! Thanks for stopping by & I will mark my calendar to swing by tomorrow 🙂 ~ Jodie

    1. I will have to save you one from the next batch scheduled for the Halloween school party 🙂 – thanks for stopping by! Have a great day ~ Jodie

    1. Thank you! I’m hoping their a big hit at this year’s classroom party…they were a big hit at our counters the day we created them!
      Have a great afternoon ~ Jodie

  5. These are so cute! My baby is 21 now, but I know she would still love these!

    Thank you for linking up to Foodie Friends Friday. We hope you will come back every week. We would appreciate it if you would let folks know you are linking up to us in your post. Thanks.

    1. Thanks for letting me know about the link up fun over at Hungry Happenings – I added them along with the Ghost Popping Cupcakes too 🙂 Have a great afternoon ~ Jodie

    1. THANK YOU! I love when food can be fun and project like, it accomplishes so many different things as a family – time, crafting, sharing…

      Have a great day! Jodie

    1. Hi – just found this! THANK YOU – popping over to peek 🙂 I’ll add your link to the post!
      ~ Jodie

    1. We did have fun…we’re getting ready for take 2 with a classroom serve in about a week 🙂

      ~ Jodie

  6. You always have the best recipes – interested in the Price Chopper foods! These cupcakes look like fun! I do appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,
    Kathy

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  8. Hey,

    Thank you for linking up @ craft, create & Inapire last week, your yummy cupcakes are featured this week ..

    Hope you join us this week ?

    Claire @ polkadot pretties x

  9. You’re right, these are perfect for kids to help make! Mine would love it. 🙂 Thanks for sharing this on ‘Or so she says…’ at last week’s link party! I would love to have you add the party to your list and stop back to share more of your great ideas. There’s actually a party going on right now (it’s every Saturday through Tuesday.) Thanks a bunch! ~ Mariel http://www.oneshetwoshe.com

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