Bloody Broken Glass Cupcakes Recipe
Hard candy 'shards' and edible blood decorate these spooky Halloween cupcakes.
These were easy and fun! The thing that took the most time was making the 'glass' (obviously), but other than that these came together in a snap! I made these to surprise my horror movie loving husband and he got a real kick out of them. I would make these again, for sure! Thanks for sharing. :)
my 9 yr old can't wait for halloween to come around again so she can take these to school:) I only wish I had found them a few months ago! Thanks so much for the inspiration and recipe. I've tried out the glass already and it turned out perfect!
Excellent idea! I made Red Velvet Cupcakes with cream cheese frosting (so the 'blood' would stand out). I did alter the blood significantly after mine turned purple. I used 1 tsp icing sugar, 6 tsp light corn syrup, 15 drops red color and only 1 drop blue. I thought the blood was a 'less is more' effect, so I didn't even use all of that. It was gory and great. Thank you so much!
Very easy to make. Be patient, though, because you have to stir constantly for about 30 minutes to get the candy mixture to "hard ball" consistency. Also, GRADUALLY stir in the water or it will get to thin - i accidently put in the whole thing and had to play with to get to correct thickness. Used the double chocolate cake recipe instead but did use canned white frosting. the kids loved them!
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