Monsters, Inc.

Mike Wazowski Cupcakes

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Mike Wazowski Cupcakes
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Here's a party treat that young Monsters, Inc. fans are sure to have their eye on. Complete with spiky horns and toothy grins, these Mike Wazowski cupcakes are sure proof that "scary" monsters can be pretty sweet.

What you'll need

  • Batch of baked cupcakes frosted green
  • Disposable food prep gloves (for shaping and assembling the candy features)
  • 2 or 3 blue Jolly Rancher Fruit Chews or similar candies
  • Brown M&Ms Minis
  • White Candy Melts
  • Rolling pin
  • Medium-size hunk of chocolate fondant
  • Wax paper
  • Round 1 1/2 inch fondant cutter
  • White sugar pearls (found in the baking aisle of the grocery or craft store) or other similar small white candies
  • 6 inch cardboard cake boards
  • Slivered almonds

How to make it

  1. Make an eye for each cupcake by pinching off a piece from a blue Jolly Rancher Fruit Chews candy and flattening it into a disk slightly bigger than an M&M's Minis.

     

  2. Gently press the blue disk onto a white Candy Melt, positioning it slightly off center. Set an assembled eye on the upper portion of each cupcake and press down gently to stick it in place.
     

  3. Next, create the candy mouths by rolling out the chocolate fondant between sheets of wax paper so that it's about 1/4-inch thick. Use the fondant cutter to cut out a few circles. Use the cutter again to cut crescent-shape grins from the circles. (Use yellow if you can't easily find the white ones.)


     

  4. Gently press sugar pearl teeth into the upper and lower edge of the fondant. Then add a completed mouth to each cupcake.
     

  5. For the finishing touch, insert a pair of spiky slivered almond horns into the top of each cupcake.

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