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Decorate cupcakes with sprinkles the colors of your favorite football team.
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I added a packet of "true lime" to the mix and used margerita jello, then I used pastel green easter sprinkles to decorate the cool whip. I brought them to work for a mid-week "happy hour"
I didn't make quite this recipe, but I used it as a starting point. I substituted raspberry jello and used an eyedropper to squirt it into the holes poked into the top of the cakes (avoiding some of the mess and sticking issues). I then used cream cheese frosting with a center dollop of raspberry pie filling on top instead of the chocolate frosting. They were outrageous!
This turned out to be a huge mess. I poked the holes in the cupcakes with a fork (like it says in the recipe) and a little bit of the jello liquid spilled over to the sides. I chilled them (again, just like it says) and they were stuck to the bottom of the pans. Once I pryed them out, I served what was left of the ones that still looked good. When someone ate one, I noticed that there wasn't even any of the jello stuff in the middle! Basically, it was just a cupcake. And using cool whip for icing is a horrible idea if you're going to set them out to serve because the cool whip gets all nasty after sitting out for an hour. I don't plan on using this recipe again.