Each week on Tuesdays we travel to a magical place, and this week, it’s my kitchen! I wanted to share this final Halloween recipe with you while you still had time to make it yourself. So, today we’re making SPIDER CUPCAKES!!!
Creepy, crawling, everything about spiders has the tendency to creep people out. And, that’s why they’re one of my favorite Halloween treats. The Enjoy Life Mini Chocolate Chips bring an added hairy texture to this spooky treat. 🙂
Fortunately, these treats are quite simple to make once you have the components: buttercream frosting body, royal icing eggs, candy eyes, and Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips. Just watch the video below to see how they go together!
Y'all, it's finally Halloween week! Tonight's new tasty treat is a cupcake spider!! They have @enjoylifefoods chocolate chip hairs, candy eyes, dairy free buttercream frosting for the body, and my eggless royal icing for the legs. Yum! 🎃👻😋 #glutenfree #glutenfrei #celiac #coeliac #cupcakestagram #glutenfreevegan #vegan #vegansofig #veganfoodshare #eeeeeats #feedfeed #nomnomnom #nomnom #spider #halloweenparty #halloween #trickortreat #vegetarian #foodies #happyhalloween #diy #foodallergies #dairyfree #cupcakes #sansgluten
While that’s nice and simple, you still need the recipes! So, the only tricky part here is that your spider legs will need time to dry on wax paper, so you NEED to make the royal icing in advance. (aka: Start cooking NOW!) No, but really, they’ll need to dry overnight.
Without further ado, here are the two recipes that you’ll need.
Allergies: Celiac friendly. Procedure
Tips and Tricks
Allergies: Celiac friendly.
Allergies: Celiac friendly. Free of Top 8 Allergens. Contains Corn 4 cups of Confectioners Sugar (should be sifted if pipetting) Procedure You’ll need waxed paper, pipetting bag, and tips. Tips and Tricks *Quantities adapted from a Food.Com recipe.
Eggless Royal Icing Frosting*
To Make Designs
Allergies: Celiac friendly. Free of Top 8 Allergens. Contains Corn
4 cups of Confectioners Sugar (should be sifted if pipetting)
You’ll need waxed paper, pipetting bag, and tips.
Tips and Tricks
*Quantities adapted from a Food.Com recipe.
Let’s take one more view of our beautiful spider friend!
More details on the eggless royal icing will be coming to the blog, THIS FRIDAY. So, come on back and let me know any questions you may have in the comments below.
Happy Cooking, and I hope y’all have a wonderful week!
P.S: I also shared this at Vegetarian Mama’s Gluten Free Fridays, so if you’re a celiac like me, go check out that link up too!