The Baking Owl

A blog written by an aspiring 14 year old baker…..


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Graduation Day Mini Cupcakes

Yeah, It’s that time of the year again! Students are graduating from school and moving on to the next stage of their life. I want to especially congratulate all of you who have graduated. I myself have just graduated middle school which is very exciting.

(I’ve added a couple of my middle school promotion pics down towards the end of the post)

For our last week of school, I wanted to make something special since it was also going to be my last week in middle school. Last year, I had made these  graduation day cake pops for a neighbor that turned out to be pretty cute. So I decided to do something similar this year but with cupcakes.

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Cinnamon Sugar Cake Donuts

Looking for a somewhat healthier, but equally delicious recipe for donuts? Well you came to the right place.

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I’m about to show you how to make cake donuts!

And not just any donut. Nope, I’m going to show you how to make cinnamon and sugar coated donuts.

Did I mention that they’re mini?

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Mini Tie Dye Cupcakes

Last Thursday I made cupcakes for a school festival just like the cupcakes I made for our school’s fall festival last year.

This time I only made about sixty mini cupcakes unlike last time where I made over one hundred regular sized cupcakes.

I wanted to decorate these in a simple but different way. So instead of just doing a boring cupcake swirl…..

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I did TIE DYE cupcake swirls. Yup. I just went against the rules of single colored swirls. Oops.

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Cupcakes have never looked so colorful. These were so easy to make yet it looks like something a unicorn would’ve eaten.

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Unicorns or not, these cupcakes were single bites of deliciousness.

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To get the tie dye effect, you basically take three different colors of frosting (or as many as you like) and place each color, vertically, in different sections of the piping bag. The colors I used were pink, blue, and yellow. When I squeezed the piping bag, the colors slightly mixed creating new colors. The pink and blue created purple, the yellow and blue made green, and the pink and yellow made orange. I used my vanilla cake recipe to make these cupcakes which you can find in my recipes page.

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These cupcakes would be a great treat at any festival or party!

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Mini Sprinkled Cupcakes!

I made these mini vanilla cupcakes for my mom’s friend’s son’s 4th birthday! Since the cupcakes were for kids, I decided to add lots of sprinkles. I also added sprinkles in the cake batter and on top of the frosting. I also made them mini size because everything is better when they’re mini ;).

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