Make these Easy Monster Eye Cupcakes for Halloween parties, after school snacks or just a fun festive dessert! October is here! And with it cute costumes, scary monsters, and brave super heroes!
There is nothing better than a dessert that is festive, adorable, and easy! These monster eye cupcakes need only neon food coloring and candy monster eyes to look so good! And I love that that are cute little monsters, not scary ones.
For the frosting, we like this Buttercream Frosting Recipe, but you can also use your favorite! Then color it with neon food coloring and pipe it on with a star tip. (Here are my favorite bags and tips!) Once the icing was piped on, I added the monster eyes (mini size and the red vein eyeballs)!
Or let your kids go crazy creating their own little monster cupcakes! They turned out so cute- perfect for a Halloween party, to send to school, or to bring to work!
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These quick and easy Halloween Cupcakes are perfect for parties, classroom treats, after-school snack and a simple weeknight dessert.
- 1 box (17 oz) Cake Mix
- 1 cup milk
- 1 stick (1/2 cup) butter, room temperature
- 3 eggs
- Buttercream Frosting (recipe HERE)
- Coloring – I used neon shades of lime, purple and orange
- Candy Eyes – I used mini and large
- Decorator Bags fitted with star tip
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees and fill cupcake pan with liners
- Combine cake mix, butter, milk and eggs until smooth
- Divide into cupcake liners
- Bake for 10 minutes for mini cupcakes and 15 minutes for standard size cupcakes
- Cool completely
- Divide frosting into bowls and combine with color until completely mixed
- Fill decorator bags with frosting
- Pipe on frosting and add candy eyes
- Store left overs in refrigerator