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Graduation Cap Cupcakes

Graduation Cap Cupcakes recipe
photo by:kraft
Cue your favorite version of Pomp and Circumstance. Orange-flavored cupcakes topped with a chocolate graham mortarboard earn you a degree in cuteness.
30 min
1 hr 25 min
24 servings
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This recipe idea was easy and fun to make. I went a step further and dipped the graham squares in white chocolate that was tinted blue and then used blue used blue fruit strings for the tassels and blue m&m's for the button that holds on the tassel. They were a very big hit at the grad party!
They came out sooo cute & were enjoyed by all at the graduation party! :)
everyone loved the creative grad hats the rave how good the cup cakes actually were.
This was very good! I use m&m's for the button at the top.. they were so cute
I thought these were so cute until I made them. Thankfully a previous rater, said to use frosting instead of cool whip. Also chocolate Graham carackers would work better, coating the graham crackers is not only messy to do but melts easily. It took forever to make the tassles, however they looked great. I used a white cake mix with the rainbow colors in it, and everyone loved them. Took a whole lot of work, 3 hours to make 44 of them!!! Don't know if I would do it again. Maybe with the chocolate graham crackers.
i made this for my graduation party everyone loved them
Made these for our preschoolers graduation reception and the children loved them! I recommend using an M&M for the button, Sour Straws cut to the desired length for the tassle and packaged chocolate covered graham crackers for convenience. Thanks for providing something really cute and easy!
My 5-year old graduated from Pre-K. These were a big hit with the kids & parents. Fairly easy to make until we got to the tassels.
My 4 year old graduated and as the class mom I decided to make something for the little ones that would not only put smiles on their faces, but be a memory for their parents as well. The recipe was great...I followed eveything, but found the tassel making more than difficult, so I opted for the Twizzler pull strings instead and thy worked out just a well. I added a little extra flair, by encasing them in individual clear/colored plastic baggies and used ribbon as a looks so worked so well it enabled the kids to take it home without messing up their beautiful outfits. Moms and dads alike have huge raves. The teachers even asked me where do I get these awesome ideas...I just say Kraft and they ohh and ahh. Well if you want to make a lasting memory for everyone alike this is the "show me off" recipe. Thanks Kraft for making me the talk of the graduation...and my daughter the coolest pre-schooler.
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