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Cupcakes for the Final Day of Pre-School

On the 15th of June my kids finished pre-school. All parents got a notice from school asking us to bring some snacks so the kids could celebrate their final day at school. I decided to make cupcakes for all the kids at school, so since that was a huge project I asked from my kids to help me.

They were thrilled with the idea (as usual)!  So, I prepared the cupcake dough and the kids prepared the papers for the cupcakes.

I used a cookie spoon to fill them and I baked them for 15’ minutes at 180ºC.

1/3 of those cupcakes were decorated with melted marshmallows and Wilton sprinkles. The rest were decorated with rolled fondant. I used strawberry jam as glue, so the fondant would stick on cupcakes.










I am sure you are wondering about the cupcake recipe. Well, the sad part is that I will not give you my secret cupcake recipe, but the good part is that you can use any cake recipe that you like.

If you decide to make your own cupcakes I have a chocolate cake recipe and an orange cake recipe in my blog that I am sure you will like a lot.

When my kids came back from school they told me that their friends liked the cupcakes a lot and they were asking for more… :-). I was so pleased to hear that, because as you all know, kids always express with honesty their thoughts and feeling…

I hope you like them too!!

Comments

  1. So cute and beautiful!
    I'm a student, and Monday was our last day - can I please have one?? (or two... or three)

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  2. Great for the last day of school! Love the stars!

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  3. That was very generous of you to make ALL those cupcakes! They looked delicious! I love that the kids helped. (wish I had the recipe, but I understand).

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  4. Wow what a huge feat! So many cupcakes! They look so cute and yummy :)
    Cupcakes are such a good choice for anything kiddie related.

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  5. WOAH! I bet the kids in your childrens' class were SO excited!

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  6. Yum-now you know they will be at your door for 4th of July cupcakes! Your delicious sweets are not long forgotten. Great post.

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  7. Lucky kids.
    Are there a load of rules regarding foods kids can bring to school. I know some school districts ahve contraband lists LOL
    These look good.

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  8. You're so good to make all those cupcakes! The stars are so pretty! I get the secret cupcake recipe thing, I have a secret buttercream recipe ;)

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  9. Yummy looking cupcakes!! I bet everyone loved them!

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  10. The stars are super cute. Nice job!

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  11. Otan ta paideia sou megalosoun kai tous rwtisoun 'H mana sou ti douleia ekamne;', tha lene: 'Mageiras!' :)

    Den xerw poy briskeis ton kairo akoma kai me mono dyo paideia sto spiti :)

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  12. Cupcakes are alway the best seller at kids' party. It's so rewarding to see the kids telling you that they like your cooking. :) Thanks for the add at foodbuzz.

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  13. Of course, they loved these!!! Who wouldn't??? You're such a fun mom :)

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  14. aw what a lucky preschool! and what a lot of work for you! they look very nice :)

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  15. Here school is over too, it ended just a couple of days ago. I also used to make some cakes, crepes or muffins for the end, it was really fun!!

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  16. Oh what a wonderful mommy you are cooking for all of those little ones. I'm sure they were all so excited and ate them all up! I know I would - they look delicious!

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  17. These look absolutely adorable and so appropriate for children in pre-school!

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  18. love the melted marshmallow idea! these cupcakes look ALMOST too good to eat!

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