How to Make Mother Goose Club Cupcakes
For this recipe you’ll need:
• Vanilla and chocolate cupcakes
• Chocolate and vanilla frosting
• Vanilla wafer cookies
• Assorted candies for ears and bows
• Food coloring
• A pint sized glass
• A knife
• A spoon
• Gallon and sandwich sized bag
Eep the Mouse cupcake:
Add one teaspoon of blue food coloring to store-bought vanilla frosting and whisk, or add to homemade butter cream frosting.
Make a piping bag. Put one corner of a gallon sized plastic bag down in the bottom of your cup and fold the bag open over the edges. Scoop in your blue frosting until the bag is full. Lift your bag out, squeeze out the air and zip the bag shut.
Squeeze the frosting down to the bottom corner of the bag, and then snip off the end.
Starting from the edge of the cupcake, frost gently in a spiral motion until you reach the cupcake’s center.
To make the face, prepare two piping bags: one with black frosting, and one with white.
Using black frosting, draw little eyebrows, eyes, a nose and a mouth on your vanilla wafer cookie. Use white frosting to add a little sparkle to his eye.
Place your cookie in the center of your cupcake.
To make the ears, cut a chocolate circle in half and place them.
Trace over the chocolate with blue frosting, and finish with two blue candies.
Mother Goose Club’s Teddy Bear cupcake:
Use a chocolate cupcake.
Make a piping bag with chocolate frosting, frost starting at the edge and work your way to the center.
Place the cookie face and chocolate circle ears. Trace over the ears with chocolate frosting.
For Teddy’s special bow, add two blue candy-covered chocolates.
Baa Baa Sheep cupcake:
Use a vanilla cupcake. Add eight drops of red, and two drops of blue to vanilla frosting to get the right color. Make a piping bag.
Make a series of dots with pink frosting around the edge of the cupcake.
Using your spoon, smear each dot towards the center of the cupcake.
Make a second circle of dots, just like the first in the center.
Add the cookie face and two purple chocolate-covered candies for ears.