Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Disney Descendants Cupcakes

A friend in my woman's group little girl was having a birthday party. For my gift I asked to make the cupcakes. I asked what the theme was and was told Descendants. Ok so I totally had to Google Descendants, to find it's a Disney movie. I found a few cupcake designs and went with one I found on MKG's Teen Entertainment Guide. They did the whole topper by chocolate pipping. I wanted to make things a little easier to so I did it my way.


What you Need:
Apple w/ Bite Cookie Cutter (Amazon $7.50)
Purple Cupcake liner (Hobby Lobby $1.99)
Green Gel Coloring (Hobby Lobby)
Red Modeling Chocolate (recipe below)
Yellow Modeling Chocolate (recipe below)
Yellow Candy Melts
Pipping Bags
Wax Paper

Frost your cupcakes (in purple liners) with your green frosting. 

For the Apple: 

Roll out your red modeling chocolate, cut with your apple cutter. For the vine roll out your yellow modeling chocolate like a snake. Make a point at the end like an arrow. Make one larger that goes on the top of the apple and one with a smaller arrow on the bottom of the apple.

To make the classic Disney D. I printed out the logo for Descendants. I melted the yellow candy melts in a pipping bag. I then pipped the yellow melts to make the D's. I let them dry then added a little water to hold onto the apple.

When the Apple Logo was all done I then placed on top of the frosted cupcake! I guy cupcake holders from amazon that I use to deliver to the charity I work for and used to deliver her cupcakes also.


Here is a break down of the making of cupcake and logo!

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Modeling Clay / Chocolate
12oz Candy Melts (In Color you need)
1/4 Cup light corn Syrup

Melt your Candy Melts in microwave (mine takes about 2 minutes). Stir them to become smooth and add the corn syrup.  It will become thick and form a ball.  Wrap in plastic wrap and let it sit out and dry.  Takes a few hours or over night is best. (Alexis note: I found to roll this out use a little powder sugar (like you would do with flour), also you have to kneed it a little like you would dough to make it easy to roll out).

4 comments:

  1. I am fangirling... I am an adult that loves this movie :) I mean, it IS Belle & Beast's son :)

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  2. They came out awesome, of course :) Love them.

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  3. These are so pretty! I will be sharing these as my favorites, on Tasty Tuesdays on Savvyinthekitchen.com Be sure to stop by, and link up more yummies:)

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