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Ghosts in the Graveyard Cupcakes

Ghosts in the Graveyard Cupcakes


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Ingredients

  • 1 package (2-layer size) white cake mix
  • 1 Teaspoon McCormick® All Natural Pure Vanilla Extract
  • 1 1/14 Teaspoon McCormick® Black Food Color
  • 2 containers (16 ounces each) vanilla frosting
  • 24 oval shaped cookies, such as Pepperidge Farm® Milano® Cookies
  • Assorted decorations, such as chocolate sprinkles and miniature chocolate chips

Directions

Prepare cake mix as directed on package, adding vanilla. Stir in 1/4 teaspoon of the black food color to tint cake batter gray. Spoon batter into 24 paper-lined muffin cups.

Bake as directed on package for cupcakes. Cool cupcakes on wire rack.

Meanwhile, tint 1 container of frosting black with remaining 1 teaspoon black food color. Frost cupcakes, reserving 1/4 cup of frosting. Spoon reserved frosting into small resealable plastic bag. Snip a small corner from bag. Pipe “RIP” onto top half of each cookie. Push tombstone cookies gently into cupcakes.

For the ghosts, spoon remaining container of frosting into large resealable plastic bag. Snip a corner from bag. For the body of the ghost, pipe 1/2-inch dollop next to tombstone . For the head of the ghost, pipe a smaller dollop on top of the body, lifting while squeezing bag so that top of dollop is pointed. Use chocolate sprinkles and chocolate chips to decorate the ghost’s face.


Step 1

Decorate the Milano® cookies using the black and white icing to resemble tombstones and ghosts.

Step 2

Decorate the Brussels® or Sugar cookies using the orange and green icing and sugar crystals to resemble pumpkins and spider webs.

Step 3

Press the decorated cookies into the tops of the cupcakes.

Made With

Pepperidge Farm® Dark Chocolate Cookiesand/or Brussels® Distinctive Cookies and/or Old Fashioned Homestyle Sugar Cookies


Step 1

Decorate the Milano® cookies using the black and white icing to resemble tombstones and ghosts.

Step 2

Decorate the Brussels® or Sugar cookies using the orange and green icing and sugar crystals to resemble pumpkins and spider webs.

Step 3

Press the decorated cookies into the tops of the cupcakes.

Made With

Pepperidge Farm® Dark Chocolate Cookiesand/or Brussels® Distinctive Cookies and/or Old Fashioned Homestyle Sugar Cookies


Step 1

Decorate the Milano® cookies using the black and white icing to resemble tombstones and ghosts.

Step 2

Decorate the Brussels® or Sugar cookies using the orange and green icing and sugar crystals to resemble pumpkins and spider webs.

Step 3

Press the decorated cookies into the tops of the cupcakes.

Made With

Pepperidge Farm® Dark Chocolate Cookiesand/or Brussels® Distinctive Cookies and/or Old Fashioned Homestyle Sugar Cookies


Step 1

Decorate the Milano® cookies using the black and white icing to resemble tombstones and ghosts.

Step 2

Decorate the Brussels® or Sugar cookies using the orange and green icing and sugar crystals to resemble pumpkins and spider webs.

Step 3

Press the decorated cookies into the tops of the cupcakes.

Made With

Pepperidge Farm® Dark Chocolate Cookiesand/or Brussels® Distinctive Cookies and/or Old Fashioned Homestyle Sugar Cookies


Step 1

Decorate the Milano® cookies using the black and white icing to resemble tombstones and ghosts.

Step 2

Decorate the Brussels® or Sugar cookies using the orange and green icing and sugar crystals to resemble pumpkins and spider webs.

Step 3

Press the decorated cookies into the tops of the cupcakes.

Made With

Pepperidge Farm® Dark Chocolate Cookiesand/or Brussels® Distinctive Cookies and/or Old Fashioned Homestyle Sugar Cookies


Step 1

Decorate the Milano® cookies using the black and white icing to resemble tombstones and ghosts.

Step 2

Decorate the Brussels® or Sugar cookies using the orange and green icing and sugar crystals to resemble pumpkins and spider webs.

Step 3

Press the decorated cookies into the tops of the cupcakes.

Made With

Pepperidge Farm® Dark Chocolate Cookiesand/or Brussels® Distinctive Cookies and/or Old Fashioned Homestyle Sugar Cookies


Step 1

Decorate the Milano® cookies using the black and white icing to resemble tombstones and ghosts.

Step 2

Decorate the Brussels® or Sugar cookies using the orange and green icing and sugar crystals to resemble pumpkins and spider webs.

Step 3

Press the decorated cookies into the tops of the cupcakes.

Made With

Pepperidge Farm® Dark Chocolate Cookiesand/or Brussels® Distinctive Cookies and/or Old Fashioned Homestyle Sugar Cookies


Step 1

Decorate the Milano® cookies using the black and white icing to resemble tombstones and ghosts.

Step 2

Decorate the Brussels® or Sugar cookies using the orange and green icing and sugar crystals to resemble pumpkins and spider webs.

Step 3

Press the decorated cookies into the tops of the cupcakes.

Made With

Pepperidge Farm® Dark Chocolate Cookiesand/or Brussels® Distinctive Cookies and/or Old Fashioned Homestyle Sugar Cookies


Step 1

Decorate the Milano® cookies using the black and white icing to resemble tombstones and ghosts.

Step 2

Decorate the Brussels® or Sugar cookies using the orange and green icing and sugar crystals to resemble pumpkins and spider webs.

Step 3

Press the decorated cookies into the tops of the cupcakes.

Made With

Pepperidge Farm® Dark Chocolate Cookiesand/or Brussels® Distinctive Cookies and/or Old Fashioned Homestyle Sugar Cookies


Step 1

Decorate the Milano® cookies using the black and white icing to resemble tombstones and ghosts.

Step 2

Decorate the Brussels® or Sugar cookies using the orange and green icing and sugar crystals to resemble pumpkins and spider webs.

Step 3

Press the decorated cookies into the tops of the cupcakes.

Made With

Pepperidge Farm® Dark Chocolate Cookiesand/or Brussels® Distinctive Cookies and/or Old Fashioned Homestyle Sugar Cookies


Watch the video: Ghosts In the Graveyard (June 2022).


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