Posts Tagged ‘football cupcakes’

Football and flag cupcakes

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009

Football flag cupcake

Football flag cupcake

In honor of the start of the college and NFL football seasons, make these cupcakes using foil-wrapped chocolate footballs and paper flag picks. Or, serve them at your Super Bowl party!

What You Need: 1 cupcake; green frosting; red, white, and blue star sprinkles; paper flag; foil-wrapped chocolate football.

How to Make It: Frost cupcake. Insert flag pick and rest football next to it. Sprinkle a few stars.

Sports ball cupcakes

Monday, July 6th, 2009

Sports ball cupcake

Sports ball cupcake

Have a sports fan in the household? Foil-wrapped chocolate balls make for quick, easy cupcakes whether you’re into soccer, football, basketball or baseball. Also great for team sports events.

What You Need: 1 cupcake; white frosting; chocolate sprinkles; foil-wrapped chocolate sports balls.

How to Make It: Frost cupcake. Add chocolate sprinkles. Stack foil-wrapped balls, using frosting to stick together if necessary.

Football field cupcakes

Friday, January 23rd, 2009
Football cupcake

Football cupcake has featured several football cupcakes suitable for Super Bowl parties and other events. But if your treats to come together as quickly as possible (in other words, you’re punting), try these easy Super Bowl cupcakes. There’s no piping at all, just sprinkle and party on!

What You Need: 1 cupcake; green icing (pretinted, or use food coloring); green sugar or sprinkles; foil-wrapped football chocolate candy.

How to Make It: Frost cupcake. Sprinkle with green sugar for grass. Add football candy.

Super Bowl cupcakes with chocolate football

Monday, January 28th, 2008

Super Bowl cupcake with chocolate football
We found a foil-wrapped chocolate football in a local candy shop and couldn’t resisting adding just one more Super Bowl cupcake to those previously posted here, here, here and here.
What You Need: 1 cupcake (baked and cooled); green frosting; pastry bag with star tip or prepackaged icing tube with star tip; white writing icing; chocolate football.
How to Make It: Using green frosting in bag or tube, with star tip attachment (we used metal tip #21), cover top of cupcake with green stars for “grass.” (Stop squeezing before you pull away.) Use white writing icing to pipe horizontal line and write “50” for the 50 yard line. Immediately add chocolate football.

Football cupcakes with goalpost

Wednesday, January 16th, 2008

football goalpost cupcakes
Score some points at your Super Bowl party, or any other football themed event, with these cupcakes featuring a goal post and a little football made from an almond.
What You Need: 1 cupcake (baked and cooled); icing tinted green; white icing; pastry bag with #1 metal tip OR tube of writing icing OR cut a corner off of a plastic sandwich bag to pipe icing; almond.
How to Make It: Frost cupcake green. Pipe white icing into goalpost shape. Holding almond, pipe white line and then 3 or 4 lines crossing it to make stitches on football. Place football near goalpost.

Easy football cupcakes

Tuesday, January 15th, 2008

Easy football cupcake has several ideas for Super Bowl cupcakes that would also be great for any football party. This is probably the easiest. It’s just chocolate frosting and some white icing “stitches”!
What You Need: 1 cupcake (baked and cooled); chocolate frosting; white icing in pastry bag or prepackaged tube with round tip OR try cutting the corner off of a plastic sandwich bag and pipe the lines out of that.

Football cupcakes

Monday, January 14th, 2008

Football cupcakePerfect for a Super Bowl party or after any big game, these football cupcakes won’t be “passed” over. (Sorry, bad punt, uh, pun.)
What You Need: 1 cupcake (baked and cooled); chocolate frosting; white icing and green icing (tinted and in pastry bag with piping tip #3 or use prepackaged colored icing tubes such as those by Wilton or Cake Mate).
How to Make It: Frost cupcake with chocolate icing. You’re actually going to create the look of a football by piping green icing in such a way that it leaves an oval shape in the brown part of the cupcake. (You can “draw” an oval with green or just eyeball it.) Use piping tip to make grass by: scribbling back and forth OR holding tip at 90-degree angle and pulling up OR you can use a pastry bag and metal tip #233 to make the most realistic grass. The pictured cupcake was made using a combination of the easy scribbling and pulling up techniques. Finally, pipe white line with four shorter lines crossing over it in center of cupcake for ball’s stitching.