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Easy Snowflake Cupcakes

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We continue our very strange Winter, with not much snow and warmer than usual temperatures, not that I’m complaining at all! I hear snow is coming our way though in a couple days. To get you in the spirit and remind us all that it is really Winter, these Easy Snowflake Cupcakes are perfect!

Did you know that cutting paper snowflakes by hand is not as easy as it looks? I started out to make enough of these little beauties for my Dining Room window, and after a few hours, and a hand that I don’t think will ever feel the same, I only had a handful and hate to say…gave up. Stay tuned for a much easier way to make snowflakes, coming on Friday!

Enough about the paper snowflake making…let’s create a much easier version…Snowflake Cupcakes

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Easy Snowflake Cupcakes
 
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Easy, but beautiful Snowflake Cupcakes
Ingredients
  • Cupcakes, baked and cooled
  • Frosting {I used Decorator Icing}
  • Wilton Sky Blue Coloring
  • Decorator bags and Tips #3, #4 or #5 for the snowflakes and #12 for the frosting
  • White and pearlized sprinkles and nonpareils
  • Jumbo Snowflake Sprinkles
Instructions
  1. Color frosting with sky blue coloring
  2. Fit a decorator bag with a coupler and #12 decorator tip
  3. Pipe a large swirl on the cupcake, let set for 5-10 minutes
  4. With an offset spatula, , run under hot water, shake off excess water and gently smooth the frosting, let set a few minutes until dry
  5. Fit a decorator bag with a coupler and #5 decorator tip
  6. Pipe on snowflake and add sprinkles
  7. Or simply add snowflake sprinkles

Now it’s your turn…show off your cupcake creations! I’d appreciate a link back and be sure to check out the other cupcakes!


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