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Wacky Wizard Cups

Wacky Wizard Cups recipe
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These were adorable! I used regular cupcakes and then used colored frosting to cover the cones with. I also made them into princess hats by using pink frosting and then p...read more
posted by
annielynne
on 9/16/2007
time
prep:
20 min
total:
4 hr 55 min
servings
total:
2 doz. or 24 servings, 1 cupcake each
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posted:
1/18/2010
question: I want to make these for my daughters Harry Potter bday party. Do any of you who have done this have pictures and or suggestions for colors and technique?
posted:
7/16/2008
I made these for a Harry Potter party as well (for adults!) and they were a huge hit. The party was months ago, and they still get mentioned regularly. I just made regular cupcakes (no Jello) and, as others have mentioned, frosted the cones before putting them on the cupcakes. I spread the Cool Whip on the cones and then rolled them in the colored sugar. It still took a long time and a lot of work (and I only ended up making a dozen of them!), but the rave reviews were worth the effort. One caveat though: everyone loved how they looked but wasn't all that excited about the taste. The cupcakes were fine, but the cones are really too sweet and are best used just for decoration. To answer a previous poster's question, the star candies/sprinkles stick to the Cool Whip or frosting. You just kind of push them in to the frosting and they're fine.
posted:
9/16/2007
These were adorable! I used regular cupcakes and then used colored frosting to cover the cones with. I also made them into princess hats by using pink frosting and then pink and purple sugar to cover. I also used little heart decors instead of stars like the picture. My 3 yr old loved them for her Birthday! I will def make these again. So cute and everyone else thought so too!
posted:
12/13/2006
I used a completely different recipe but the same decorating idea. These were a big hit. I just used a cake mix to make regular cupcakes. For the hats, I dipped them in melted white almond bark and sprinkled them with colored sugar to make princess hats. Once they set, they were much easier to handle than if they were coated in frosting.
posted:
12/9/2006
my kids loved this we made it for a school treat but made them into Christmas trees, with my sons 3rd grade class
posted:
10/4/2006
Instead of color the cone whileits onthe cupcake, do it before you place the cone on the cupcake. That's if you don't want the cupcake to be blue. and it's better to use frosting instead of the whipped cream. and the jello taste alright, but it harden the cake faster if you don't do the jello.
posted:
9/8/2006
What is the Jell-O like in there? How is the taste, texture, etc.? I haven't made them yet, but my daughter wants to have a HP party, so I was just wondering. Thanks for the help.
posted:
8/9/2006
These were a big hit at my daughter's Harry Potter party. We used cream cheese icing instead of whipped cream so that we could make the hats ahead of time. I put them on a cupcake display holder and it make them look even better.
posted:
7/31/2006
I wonder. How do you get the sprinkles to stay on the cones?
posted:
5/5/2006
I haven't made these, but they look really cute. They'd work well for a Harry Potter Party, but of course you'd have to change the colors. :)
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