Edible Groundhogs


Today, in case you forgot, is Groundhog Day. If you have young kids explain the concept to them and make these cute little cupcakes together. It can be like a Friday afternoon treat. Start with your favorite cupcake recipe, (or use
Magnolia Bakery Vanilla Cupcakes

) stick a chocolate candy bar (my suggestion: a mini twix) up right in the baked and cooled cupcake. Spread your favorite frosting to hold the candy in place. To make the groundhog's eyes and tooth, cut a tiny piece of white jelly bean and glue into place with frosting. Dot with black decorators gel or melted chocolate. Cut a triangle noise from a watermelon shaped sour candy and use mini brown M&M's for adorable itsy-bitsy edible ears and cheeks. Sprinkle chocolate cookie crumb "dirt" around the groundhog. Don't forget to take a picture of your groundhog cupcakes and post in the Savory Sights group on TeamSugar to share your delightful dessert with us all.
Enjoy and Happy Groundhog Day!

Source: Family Fun

Edible Groundhogs  originally posted on POPSUGAR Food
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