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Cobweb Cupcakes recipe

Cobweb Cupcakes.

These cupcakes with ‘cobwebs’ on the topmake a perfect spooky treat for your favorite ghouls.

Recipe: Cobweb Cupcakes

1 (18.25-ounce) package devil’s food oryellow cake mix
2 (2.1 ounces each) NESTL BUTTERFINGER Candy Bar, chopped
1 (16-ounce) container prepared vanilla frosting
1 cup (6 ounces) NESTL ® TOLL HOUSE® Semi-SweetChocolate Morsels
1 small tube white decorator icing or gel
1 (1.38-ounce) package NESTL GOOBERS Milk Chocolate-CoveredPeanuts

  • Prepare cake mix batter according to packagedirections; add chopped Butterfinger to batter. Bake accordingto directions for 24 cupcakes. Cool completely. Frost cupcakes.
  • Place morsels in small, heavy-duty plasticbag. Microwave on HIGH (100%) power for 45 seconds; knead. Microwaveat additional 10 to 15-second intervals, kneading until smooth.Cut small corner from bag; squeeze to pipe concentric circleson top of frosting. Using wooden pick or tip of knife, pull tipthrough chocolate from center to last circle to create a cobwebeffect.
  • Make 2 dots using decorator icing on eachof 24 Goobers to resemble spider eyes. Place in center of eachcobweb.

    Makes 24 cupcakes.

    Estimated Times: Preparation – 20 min |Cooking – 20 min | Cooling Time – 30 min cooling |

    Variation: Substitute vanilla frostingwith chocolate frosting. Substitute melted chocolate morselswith 2 small tubes white decorator icing or gel.

    Recipe and photograph are the property of Nestl ® and, used with permission.

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    Really excellent recipe. My cake-decorating skills aren’t brilliant so I was worried my cobwebs wouldn’t be quite up to scratch – but actually you don’t need to be particularly accurate with these. Went down well with out trick-or-treaters! Did anyone else find the cooking time way off? I cant remember how many extra ins I had to put them back in for, maybe its the temp I should’ve had up? Did ins @ 180 really do it for you all?

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