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Saturday, October 06 2018

Try one of our favorite holiday ideas! These ghost cupcakes are hiding a donut hole under the white fondant "blanket."

INGREDIENTS
12 - 
2 1/2 inches White Chocolate Cupcakes or other 2-1/2-inch white cupcakes in paper bake cups
1 - 
16 ounce can vanilla frosting
12 - 1 3/4 inches White Chocolate Cupcakes or other white cupcakes
12 - small glazed or plain doughnut holes
16 - ounces purchased white rolled fondant*
Black candy-coated sunflower kernels or 1 tube black icing


DIRECTIONS
Set the 2-1/2-inch White Chocolate Cupcakes on a flat surface; generously pipe some of the frosting on each cupcake. If necessary, remove paper bake cups from the 1-3/4-inch White Chocolate Cupcakes. Place them, upside down, on the tops of the large cupcakes. Generously pipe some frosting on top of each small cupcake. Top each with a doughnut hole. If desired, pipe a little frosting on the tops of the doughnut holes. If necessary, use frosting to secure any unstable parts of stacks.


Shape purchased fondant into 1-1/2-inch-diameter balls. (Work with one ball of fondant at a time and keep remaining fondant covered until needed.) On parchment paper, roll one ball into a 6-inch-diameter circle. Drape fondant circle loosely over a cupcake stack, pressing or creasing the fondant in places to make the stack look more ghostly. Repeat to make 12 ghostly cupcakes.


For faces, use frosting to attach sunflower kernels to the fondant for eyes and mouths or use black icing to pipe eyes and mouths. Makes 12 (2-1/2 inch) cupcakes.

FROM THE TEST KITCHEN
*TEST KITCHEN TIP:
Rolled fondant icing can be found in the cake decorating department of many hobby and crafts stores.

**TEST KITCHEN TIP:
If you prefer to make only one size cupcakes for another use, use twenty-two 2-1/2-inch or forty-eight 1-3/4-inch muffin cups. If you don't have enough muffin cups or if all of the cupcakes do not fit into the oven at one time, store the remaining batter in the refrigerator while the first batch bakes.

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