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Slimy Monster Cupcakes

Slimy Monster Cupcakes recipe
photo by:kraft
Marshmallows go undercover as slimy green monsters for Halloween to top these moist and ghoulishly good cupcakes.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
1 hr 30 min
servings
total:
2 doz. cupcakes or 24 servings, 1 cupcake each
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posted:
10/21/2006
I LITERALLY just stored these little suckers in the refrigerator about half an hour ago... I noticed they started to "bleed," I don't know exactly but I'm assuming it's just the condensation from the cold air. But it may look neat because it may be substituted as slime. I was hoping for a clean-cut version just like in the picture, but we all know how those are visionary masterpieces by set designers. I am attending my little brother's school Halloween party tonight and I wanted to bring something cool!
posted:
9/21/2006
this is my son's first year at school, and i am making this recipe for his class, and i am sure the will just love it!!
posted:
11/21/2005
I made these for my son's 10th birthday and the entire 4th grade class "ooh and ahhed". His birthday is right around Halloween, so I colored the frosting orange and kept the little "monsters" green. They looked and tasted wonderful. I love the pudding frosting...YUMMY!! My son said they were the coolest cupcakes he had ever seen...that was enough approval for me :-)
posted:
11/1/2005
I made 52 of these for a class party and they were a hit with the kids and parents. My 5 kids also enjoyed helping to make them.
posted:
11/1/2005
These cupcakes got great reviews at the Trick-or-Treating/Halloween Party I took them to. I made the top icing orange but it turned out pastel and kind of threw off the whole eye-appeal. Fun to make even though a little messy. I put a toothpick in the end of the marshmallow to roll it in the cool whip and the sugar- made it easier. I will absolutely make them again next year!
posted:
11/1/2005
I made this for a Halloween party and all the kids and adults loved them!!!!
posted:
11/1/2005
This recipe takes no time at all to make. We went with the orange icing, my daughter rolled the marshmallows in the green mixture. We also cut our marshmallows in half and they looked just as great! We also used rainbow cake mix and did not use any pudding mixture, we thought pudding would be too messy and this also cut down on the production time.
posted:
10/28/2005
This was "iffy" at best and messy! I wouldn't do it again.
posted:
10/19/2005
whipped toping requires refrigeration, but you could paint the marshmellows with corn syrup and then dip in sugars.
posted:
7/25/2005
It is so good and trust me your kids will love them. I trully recommend it!
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