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Vanilla Cupcakes with Milky Way Frosting

Vanilla Cupcakes with Milky Way Frosting


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This cupcake is outerworldly

Courtesy of Betty Crocker

This is a classic vanilla cupcake recipe with an out of this world twist. This recipe uses Milky Way bars to create a delicious smooth icing that would be perfect to serve at any dinner party.

Recipe courtesy of Betty Crocker

Ingredients

  • 1 box Betty Crocker Super Moist white cake mix
  • 12 Ounces Milky Way fun-size candy bars (about 21 bars)
  • 1/3 Cup butter
  • 1 1/2 Tablespoon milk
  • 1 Teaspoon vanilla
  • 2 Cups powdered sugar
  • Additional cut or chopped candy bars for garnish

Milky Way Martini Cupcakes

Happy Halloween! It’s the time of year where everyone has a bunch of candy laying around. Either from over preparing for trick-or-treaters, kids who went trick-or-treating, or you just plan to partake in all the post halloween candy sales that’ll be happening tomorrow. Candy abounds. These milky way martini cupcakes not only utilize that candy, but they give you a perfect way to unwind post halloween (by taking a shot of a milky way martini)

These cupcakes aren’t meant for kids, since they’re pretty alcoholic. There’s a cup of alcohol per 12 cupcakes, and that’s not even including the shot. But they’re deliciously perfect for adults. The chocolate milky way martini cupcake base is stuffed with a milky way, topped with caramel, then frosted with milky way martini frosting.

The result is a yummy crumbly but moist cake, a perfect hint of caramel and a delightfully light, but flavorful frosting. These are a winner.

So to make them you start off by heating your milk and melting in your cocoa powder.

Then make 2 cups worth of a milky way martini (if you’re halving the recipe just make 1 cup)

Then make your batter. If you want some tips to make the perfect cupcake batter every time, head over to skillshare and take my cupcake baking course. I got over all the steps, including creaming the butter and the sugar, the importance of whisking enough air into the wet ingredients and not over stirring when you add in the dry. Basically, it’s a promise for a perfect cupcake every time to prevent anything too dense, too dry, to bready etc.

Then you scoop the batter, add your milky way and bake!

Then after you bake, you brush over some of that milky way martini to allow the cupcake to soak up some of the alcohol for flavor, and to help keep these babies moist.

Top them off with a little caramel sauce in the center

And frost. You want to make sure you frost right in the center of the caramel otherwise the frosting maaaaay slide off. I don’t know, maybe I discovered that through experience. Also for the record this is what happens when you frost a cupcake that’s too hot.

Then if you want to be really drunken, fill some “flavor injector tubes” with some of your cocktail and top it off so everyone can partake in a shot before eating your delicious creation!


Milky Way Martini Cupcakes

Happy Halloween! It’s the time of year where everyone has a bunch of candy laying around. Either from over preparing for trick-or-treaters, kids who went trick-or-treating, or you just plan to partake in all the post halloween candy sales that’ll be happening tomorrow. Candy abounds. These milky way martini cupcakes not only utilize that candy, but they give you a perfect way to unwind post halloween (by taking a shot of a milky way martini)

These cupcakes aren’t meant for kids, since they’re pretty alcoholic. There’s a cup of alcohol per 12 cupcakes, and that’s not even including the shot. But they’re deliciously perfect for adults. The chocolate milky way martini cupcake base is stuffed with a milky way, topped with caramel, then frosted with milky way martini frosting.

The result is a yummy crumbly but moist cake, a perfect hint of caramel and a delightfully light, but flavorful frosting. These are a winner.

So to make them you start off by heating your milk and melting in your cocoa powder.

Then make 2 cups worth of a milky way martini (if you’re halving the recipe just make 1 cup)

Then make your batter. If you want some tips to make the perfect cupcake batter every time, head over to skillshare and take my cupcake baking course. I got over all the steps, including creaming the butter and the sugar, the importance of whisking enough air into the wet ingredients and not over stirring when you add in the dry. Basically, it’s a promise for a perfect cupcake every time to prevent anything too dense, too dry, to bready etc.

Then you scoop the batter, add your milky way and bake!

Then after you bake, you brush over some of that milky way martini to allow the cupcake to soak up some of the alcohol for flavor, and to help keep these babies moist.

Top them off with a little caramel sauce in the center

And frost. You want to make sure you frost right in the center of the caramel otherwise the frosting maaaaay slide off. I don’t know, maybe I discovered that through experience. Also for the record this is what happens when you frost a cupcake that’s too hot.

Then if you want to be really drunken, fill some “flavor injector tubes” with some of your cocktail and top it off so everyone can partake in a shot before eating your delicious creation!


Milky Way Martini Cupcakes

Happy Halloween! It’s the time of year where everyone has a bunch of candy laying around. Either from over preparing for trick-or-treaters, kids who went trick-or-treating, or you just plan to partake in all the post halloween candy sales that’ll be happening tomorrow. Candy abounds. These milky way martini cupcakes not only utilize that candy, but they give you a perfect way to unwind post halloween (by taking a shot of a milky way martini)

These cupcakes aren’t meant for kids, since they’re pretty alcoholic. There’s a cup of alcohol per 12 cupcakes, and that’s not even including the shot. But they’re deliciously perfect for adults. The chocolate milky way martini cupcake base is stuffed with a milky way, topped with caramel, then frosted with milky way martini frosting.

The result is a yummy crumbly but moist cake, a perfect hint of caramel and a delightfully light, but flavorful frosting. These are a winner.

So to make them you start off by heating your milk and melting in your cocoa powder.

Then make 2 cups worth of a milky way martini (if you’re halving the recipe just make 1 cup)

Then make your batter. If you want some tips to make the perfect cupcake batter every time, head over to skillshare and take my cupcake baking course. I got over all the steps, including creaming the butter and the sugar, the importance of whisking enough air into the wet ingredients and not over stirring when you add in the dry. Basically, it’s a promise for a perfect cupcake every time to prevent anything too dense, too dry, to bready etc.

Then you scoop the batter, add your milky way and bake!

Then after you bake, you brush over some of that milky way martini to allow the cupcake to soak up some of the alcohol for flavor, and to help keep these babies moist.

Top them off with a little caramel sauce in the center

And frost. You want to make sure you frost right in the center of the caramel otherwise the frosting maaaaay slide off. I don’t know, maybe I discovered that through experience. Also for the record this is what happens when you frost a cupcake that’s too hot.

Then if you want to be really drunken, fill some “flavor injector tubes” with some of your cocktail and top it off so everyone can partake in a shot before eating your delicious creation!


Milky Way Martini Cupcakes

Happy Halloween! It’s the time of year where everyone has a bunch of candy laying around. Either from over preparing for trick-or-treaters, kids who went trick-or-treating, or you just plan to partake in all the post halloween candy sales that’ll be happening tomorrow. Candy abounds. These milky way martini cupcakes not only utilize that candy, but they give you a perfect way to unwind post halloween (by taking a shot of a milky way martini)

These cupcakes aren’t meant for kids, since they’re pretty alcoholic. There’s a cup of alcohol per 12 cupcakes, and that’s not even including the shot. But they’re deliciously perfect for adults. The chocolate milky way martini cupcake base is stuffed with a milky way, topped with caramel, then frosted with milky way martini frosting.

The result is a yummy crumbly but moist cake, a perfect hint of caramel and a delightfully light, but flavorful frosting. These are a winner.

So to make them you start off by heating your milk and melting in your cocoa powder.

Then make 2 cups worth of a milky way martini (if you’re halving the recipe just make 1 cup)

Then make your batter. If you want some tips to make the perfect cupcake batter every time, head over to skillshare and take my cupcake baking course. I got over all the steps, including creaming the butter and the sugar, the importance of whisking enough air into the wet ingredients and not over stirring when you add in the dry. Basically, it’s a promise for a perfect cupcake every time to prevent anything too dense, too dry, to bready etc.

Then you scoop the batter, add your milky way and bake!

Then after you bake, you brush over some of that milky way martini to allow the cupcake to soak up some of the alcohol for flavor, and to help keep these babies moist.

Top them off with a little caramel sauce in the center

And frost. You want to make sure you frost right in the center of the caramel otherwise the frosting maaaaay slide off. I don’t know, maybe I discovered that through experience. Also for the record this is what happens when you frost a cupcake that’s too hot.

Then if you want to be really drunken, fill some “flavor injector tubes” with some of your cocktail and top it off so everyone can partake in a shot before eating your delicious creation!


Milky Way Martini Cupcakes

Happy Halloween! It’s the time of year where everyone has a bunch of candy laying around. Either from over preparing for trick-or-treaters, kids who went trick-or-treating, or you just plan to partake in all the post halloween candy sales that’ll be happening tomorrow. Candy abounds. These milky way martini cupcakes not only utilize that candy, but they give you a perfect way to unwind post halloween (by taking a shot of a milky way martini)

These cupcakes aren’t meant for kids, since they’re pretty alcoholic. There’s a cup of alcohol per 12 cupcakes, and that’s not even including the shot. But they’re deliciously perfect for adults. The chocolate milky way martini cupcake base is stuffed with a milky way, topped with caramel, then frosted with milky way martini frosting.

The result is a yummy crumbly but moist cake, a perfect hint of caramel and a delightfully light, but flavorful frosting. These are a winner.

So to make them you start off by heating your milk and melting in your cocoa powder.

Then make 2 cups worth of a milky way martini (if you’re halving the recipe just make 1 cup)

Then make your batter. If you want some tips to make the perfect cupcake batter every time, head over to skillshare and take my cupcake baking course. I got over all the steps, including creaming the butter and the sugar, the importance of whisking enough air into the wet ingredients and not over stirring when you add in the dry. Basically, it’s a promise for a perfect cupcake every time to prevent anything too dense, too dry, to bready etc.

Then you scoop the batter, add your milky way and bake!

Then after you bake, you brush over some of that milky way martini to allow the cupcake to soak up some of the alcohol for flavor, and to help keep these babies moist.

Top them off with a little caramel sauce in the center

And frost. You want to make sure you frost right in the center of the caramel otherwise the frosting maaaaay slide off. I don’t know, maybe I discovered that through experience. Also for the record this is what happens when you frost a cupcake that’s too hot.

Then if you want to be really drunken, fill some “flavor injector tubes” with some of your cocktail and top it off so everyone can partake in a shot before eating your delicious creation!


Milky Way Martini Cupcakes

Happy Halloween! It’s the time of year where everyone has a bunch of candy laying around. Either from over preparing for trick-or-treaters, kids who went trick-or-treating, or you just plan to partake in all the post halloween candy sales that’ll be happening tomorrow. Candy abounds. These milky way martini cupcakes not only utilize that candy, but they give you a perfect way to unwind post halloween (by taking a shot of a milky way martini)

These cupcakes aren’t meant for kids, since they’re pretty alcoholic. There’s a cup of alcohol per 12 cupcakes, and that’s not even including the shot. But they’re deliciously perfect for adults. The chocolate milky way martini cupcake base is stuffed with a milky way, topped with caramel, then frosted with milky way martini frosting.

The result is a yummy crumbly but moist cake, a perfect hint of caramel and a delightfully light, but flavorful frosting. These are a winner.

So to make them you start off by heating your milk and melting in your cocoa powder.

Then make 2 cups worth of a milky way martini (if you’re halving the recipe just make 1 cup)

Then make your batter. If you want some tips to make the perfect cupcake batter every time, head over to skillshare and take my cupcake baking course. I got over all the steps, including creaming the butter and the sugar, the importance of whisking enough air into the wet ingredients and not over stirring when you add in the dry. Basically, it’s a promise for a perfect cupcake every time to prevent anything too dense, too dry, to bready etc.

Then you scoop the batter, add your milky way and bake!

Then after you bake, you brush over some of that milky way martini to allow the cupcake to soak up some of the alcohol for flavor, and to help keep these babies moist.

Top them off with a little caramel sauce in the center

And frost. You want to make sure you frost right in the center of the caramel otherwise the frosting maaaaay slide off. I don’t know, maybe I discovered that through experience. Also for the record this is what happens when you frost a cupcake that’s too hot.

Then if you want to be really drunken, fill some “flavor injector tubes” with some of your cocktail and top it off so everyone can partake in a shot before eating your delicious creation!


Milky Way Martini Cupcakes

Happy Halloween! It’s the time of year where everyone has a bunch of candy laying around. Either from over preparing for trick-or-treaters, kids who went trick-or-treating, or you just plan to partake in all the post halloween candy sales that’ll be happening tomorrow. Candy abounds. These milky way martini cupcakes not only utilize that candy, but they give you a perfect way to unwind post halloween (by taking a shot of a milky way martini)

These cupcakes aren’t meant for kids, since they’re pretty alcoholic. There’s a cup of alcohol per 12 cupcakes, and that’s not even including the shot. But they’re deliciously perfect for adults. The chocolate milky way martini cupcake base is stuffed with a milky way, topped with caramel, then frosted with milky way martini frosting.

The result is a yummy crumbly but moist cake, a perfect hint of caramel and a delightfully light, but flavorful frosting. These are a winner.

So to make them you start off by heating your milk and melting in your cocoa powder.

Then make 2 cups worth of a milky way martini (if you’re halving the recipe just make 1 cup)

Then make your batter. If you want some tips to make the perfect cupcake batter every time, head over to skillshare and take my cupcake baking course. I got over all the steps, including creaming the butter and the sugar, the importance of whisking enough air into the wet ingredients and not over stirring when you add in the dry. Basically, it’s a promise for a perfect cupcake every time to prevent anything too dense, too dry, to bready etc.

Then you scoop the batter, add your milky way and bake!

Then after you bake, you brush over some of that milky way martini to allow the cupcake to soak up some of the alcohol for flavor, and to help keep these babies moist.

Top them off with a little caramel sauce in the center

And frost. You want to make sure you frost right in the center of the caramel otherwise the frosting maaaaay slide off. I don’t know, maybe I discovered that through experience. Also for the record this is what happens when you frost a cupcake that’s too hot.

Then if you want to be really drunken, fill some “flavor injector tubes” with some of your cocktail and top it off so everyone can partake in a shot before eating your delicious creation!


Milky Way Martini Cupcakes

Happy Halloween! It’s the time of year where everyone has a bunch of candy laying around. Either from over preparing for trick-or-treaters, kids who went trick-or-treating, or you just plan to partake in all the post halloween candy sales that’ll be happening tomorrow. Candy abounds. These milky way martini cupcakes not only utilize that candy, but they give you a perfect way to unwind post halloween (by taking a shot of a milky way martini)

These cupcakes aren’t meant for kids, since they’re pretty alcoholic. There’s a cup of alcohol per 12 cupcakes, and that’s not even including the shot. But they’re deliciously perfect for adults. The chocolate milky way martini cupcake base is stuffed with a milky way, topped with caramel, then frosted with milky way martini frosting.

The result is a yummy crumbly but moist cake, a perfect hint of caramel and a delightfully light, but flavorful frosting. These are a winner.

So to make them you start off by heating your milk and melting in your cocoa powder.

Then make 2 cups worth of a milky way martini (if you’re halving the recipe just make 1 cup)

Then make your batter. If you want some tips to make the perfect cupcake batter every time, head over to skillshare and take my cupcake baking course. I got over all the steps, including creaming the butter and the sugar, the importance of whisking enough air into the wet ingredients and not over stirring when you add in the dry. Basically, it’s a promise for a perfect cupcake every time to prevent anything too dense, too dry, to bready etc.

Then you scoop the batter, add your milky way and bake!

Then after you bake, you brush over some of that milky way martini to allow the cupcake to soak up some of the alcohol for flavor, and to help keep these babies moist.

Top them off with a little caramel sauce in the center

And frost. You want to make sure you frost right in the center of the caramel otherwise the frosting maaaaay slide off. I don’t know, maybe I discovered that through experience. Also for the record this is what happens when you frost a cupcake that’s too hot.

Then if you want to be really drunken, fill some “flavor injector tubes” with some of your cocktail and top it off so everyone can partake in a shot before eating your delicious creation!


Milky Way Martini Cupcakes

Happy Halloween! It’s the time of year where everyone has a bunch of candy laying around. Either from over preparing for trick-or-treaters, kids who went trick-or-treating, or you just plan to partake in all the post halloween candy sales that’ll be happening tomorrow. Candy abounds. These milky way martini cupcakes not only utilize that candy, but they give you a perfect way to unwind post halloween (by taking a shot of a milky way martini)

These cupcakes aren’t meant for kids, since they’re pretty alcoholic. There’s a cup of alcohol per 12 cupcakes, and that’s not even including the shot. But they’re deliciously perfect for adults. The chocolate milky way martini cupcake base is stuffed with a milky way, topped with caramel, then frosted with milky way martini frosting.

The result is a yummy crumbly but moist cake, a perfect hint of caramel and a delightfully light, but flavorful frosting. These are a winner.

So to make them you start off by heating your milk and melting in your cocoa powder.

Then make 2 cups worth of a milky way martini (if you’re halving the recipe just make 1 cup)

Then make your batter. If you want some tips to make the perfect cupcake batter every time, head over to skillshare and take my cupcake baking course. I got over all the steps, including creaming the butter and the sugar, the importance of whisking enough air into the wet ingredients and not over stirring when you add in the dry. Basically, it’s a promise for a perfect cupcake every time to prevent anything too dense, too dry, to bready etc.

Then you scoop the batter, add your milky way and bake!

Then after you bake, you brush over some of that milky way martini to allow the cupcake to soak up some of the alcohol for flavor, and to help keep these babies moist.

Top them off with a little caramel sauce in the center

And frost. You want to make sure you frost right in the center of the caramel otherwise the frosting maaaaay slide off. I don’t know, maybe I discovered that through experience. Also for the record this is what happens when you frost a cupcake that’s too hot.

Then if you want to be really drunken, fill some “flavor injector tubes” with some of your cocktail and top it off so everyone can partake in a shot before eating your delicious creation!


Milky Way Martini Cupcakes

Happy Halloween! It’s the time of year where everyone has a bunch of candy laying around. Either from over preparing for trick-or-treaters, kids who went trick-or-treating, or you just plan to partake in all the post halloween candy sales that’ll be happening tomorrow. Candy abounds. These milky way martini cupcakes not only utilize that candy, but they give you a perfect way to unwind post halloween (by taking a shot of a milky way martini)

These cupcakes aren’t meant for kids, since they’re pretty alcoholic. There’s a cup of alcohol per 12 cupcakes, and that’s not even including the shot. But they’re deliciously perfect for adults. The chocolate milky way martini cupcake base is stuffed with a milky way, topped with caramel, then frosted with milky way martini frosting.

The result is a yummy crumbly but moist cake, a perfect hint of caramel and a delightfully light, but flavorful frosting. These are a winner.

So to make them you start off by heating your milk and melting in your cocoa powder.

Then make 2 cups worth of a milky way martini (if you’re halving the recipe just make 1 cup)

Then make your batter. If you want some tips to make the perfect cupcake batter every time, head over to skillshare and take my cupcake baking course. I got over all the steps, including creaming the butter and the sugar, the importance of whisking enough air into the wet ingredients and not over stirring when you add in the dry. Basically, it’s a promise for a perfect cupcake every time to prevent anything too dense, too dry, to bready etc.

Then you scoop the batter, add your milky way and bake!

Then after you bake, you brush over some of that milky way martini to allow the cupcake to soak up some of the alcohol for flavor, and to help keep these babies moist.

Top them off with a little caramel sauce in the center

And frost. You want to make sure you frost right in the center of the caramel otherwise the frosting maaaaay slide off. I don’t know, maybe I discovered that through experience. Also for the record this is what happens when you frost a cupcake that’s too hot.

Then if you want to be really drunken, fill some “flavor injector tubes” with some of your cocktail and top it off so everyone can partake in a shot before eating your delicious creation!


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