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Very Easy and Adorable Easter Cupcake Decorating Ideas

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Celebrate Easter Sunday with these very cute cupcakes.

I’m still uncertain of what Easter cupcake design and flavor to prepare for my family this year. I actually don’t want it to look very common as what everybody else is doing. So the search is still on.

I came across this list that might be very promising but I also show them to my kids to get their opinions on what they want. The other biggest reason is because my kids want to take part in preparing the cupcakes instead of the typical egg painting activity every year.

So if you have the same problem I have now, hopefully this set of cute cupcakes can help you out too.

Check them out below.


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Pint-Sized Chicks

Turn bite-sized mini cupcakes into chirping spring chicks. Start with a layer of robin’s-egg blue frosting, then top with a beak fashioned from fruit leather triangles and mini chocolate chip eyes. Present in a “nest” of shredded paper or Easter grass.

 

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Little Lambs

Kids will love using chocolate chips, chewing gum and mini marshmallows to create their own lamb cupcakes. To create the lamb’s ears, cut a slice of a full-sized marshmallow, cut it in half and then cut it into quarters. Attach to a frosted white cupcake alongside the eyes.

 

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Spring Bird’s Nest

Ring in spring with this brightly colored cupcake topped with a “nest” of edible Easter grass and a few speckled malted milk eggs. To make the nest, twist several pieces of the grass into a circle, then wrap another strand around to secure.

 

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Simple Scrollwork

To create this professional-looking Easter cupcake design, roll both ends of green licorice strips in opposite directions to meet in the middle. Affix to a frosted cupcake; the frosting will help the licorice keep its shape.

 

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Tiny Chicks + Coconut Nest

Chirp, chirp! Re-create these Jordan almond chicks by using food-safe decorating pens to draw eyes and a triangle-shaped beak. Roll a frosted cupcake in toasted coconut, then make an indentation in the center with your thumb. Tuck three decorated almonds inside the “nest.”

 

 

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