Present dessert in a new way by serving single ice cream scoops in cupcake liners. You’ll need a variety of ice cream flavors, an ice cream scoop, small garnish bowls and cupcake liners in different colors. Place the liners inside the garnish bowls; then add a single scoop of ice cream to each one. The kids can eat the ice cream directly from the liners or with small spoons to help eliminate messes.
Cupcakes baked and served in ice cream cones are sure to be crowd pleasers. Gather the following ingredients for this yummy treat: 1 box of cake mix, 1 container of frosting, 24 ice cream cones with flat bottoms and small flowers or other cake garnishes.
Add something blue to your bridal shower by placing easy, DIY dessert flags using scrapbook paper on top of cupcakes. To make it even easier, whip up store-bought vanilla cupcakes, and pair with amaretto-infused coffee.
These cute cupcakes look bakery-made, but they're actually super easy to make: Orange fondant makes up the jack-o'-lantern faces. Make a batch of your favorite cupcakes and roll out orange fondant to a 1/4-inch thickness. Using a round biscuit cutter, cut out 12 rounds and create face designs with small cutters or a clean X-acto knife, then simply lay the rounds on top of your frosted cupcakes.
To ensure your shower remains interactive and engaging, enlist guests to pass around easy-to-eat finger foods on serving trays. Not only is this is a great way to show off your beautiful culinary creations, it helps break the ice in the event guests may not know one another.