The Best Disney Cupcakes
Disney Family Contributor
The only thing better than cupcakes is Disney cupcakes! Luckily, that’s why we’ve created a roundup of some of the most amazing Disney character cupcakes that you can create yourself! Even the most impressive cupcakes are super simple to recreate with our step-by-step tutorials, so get icing!
Hamm Piggy Bank Cupcakes
Hamm makes for one super adorable piggy bank cupcake! All it takes is a few candies and pink frosting to create one of Andy’s favorite toys.
Lady and the Tramp Spaghetti Cupcakes
You’re certain to have a bella notte with these cupcakes that look like spaghetti and meatballs. Inspired by Lady and the Tramp, your guests will love the spaghetti icing and strawberry marinara sauce.
Sorcerer Mickey Mouse Cupcake
Let’s bake some magic! Put on your sorcerer’s hat and craft this deliciously decadent Sorcerer Mickey Mouse cupcake inspired by Fantasia!
Oogie Boogie Cupcakes
These Oogie Boogie cupcakes look complicated, but a hidden marshmallow actually helps to create the shape (and serves as a tasty surprise inside!).
Aurora’s Blue and Pink Cupcakes
Inspired by the scene in Sleeping Beauty where the fairies keep changing Aurora’s dress from blue to pink, these cupcakes are a splatter of both colors at once! Aurora’s pink and blue dress cupcakes are great for a Disney Princess birthday party, or if you just want to get creative with food coloring.
It’s always the right time for Beauty and the Beast-themed treats! The ever-proper Cogsworth takes the shape of a cupcake with a little bit of candy, nuts, and frosting, plus a licorice smile.
Mickey Mouse Cupcake
Add a little Disney magic to your weekend. Make these adorable Mickey Mouse cupcakes with your little Mouseketeers. And don’t forget to check out the video tutorial here.
Who’d have thought that skunk cupcakes could be so cute? Flower comes to life in cupcake form with this simple tutorial featuring one of Bambi’s best friends.
Chewbacca Wookie Cupcakes
Are your little ones excited for The Force Awakens? Help them celebrate the newest in the Star Wars series with these easy-to-make Chewbacca cupcakes.
The best thing about these Pascal cupcakes is how versatile they are. Pascal can be created in any color, and with any expression.
Fozzie Bear Cupcakes
A little bit funny, but mostly delicious, these Fozzie Bear cupcakes are easy to achieve with the right cake decorating tips and a few pieces of candy.
A few pieces of candy are all you need to make turtle-topped cupcakes that look just like Squirt from Finding Nemo! Perfect as a project for little ones, or if you don’t have time for an ambitious icing project.
Snow White Cupcakes
Snow White is a caring princess who befriends the lovable seven dwarfs and finds her one true love. Celebrate the magic of Snow White’s fairy tale with this cupcake idea that’s as sweet as the princess herself.
This sweet treat is inspired by Moana and the beauty of her island homeland, Motunui. Graham cracker sand, ocean blue frosting, and an edible flower come together to create a Moana cupcake that’s as pretty as it is delicious.
Green Alien Cupcakes
We love how this recipe allows you to make each little green alien cupcake look different by changing up the eyeballs or mouth.
Tangled Cupcake Tower
Finally, the most ambitious Disney cupcake of the bunch: Rapunzel’s tower from Tangled. It might look complicated, but with the right materials, icing, and our tutorial, you can create a tower of cupcakes that will make your guests have the best day ever!
And for more Disney magic, try these Mickey & Minnie Cookie Dough Crispy Pops:
Easy-to-make Disney cupcakes featuring your favorite movies and characters!
Cute Woodland Creature Cupcakes
Cute Woodland Creature Cupcakes
- Pink Icing Color, 1 oz.
- Round Cake Decorating Tip 2
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Bake cupcakes. Prepare cake batter following recipe instructions. Bake and cool cupcakes in white cupcake liners.
Tint icing. Tint 1 cup icing each brown, red-brown and dark orange using color combinations provided. Combine Brown and Red-Red icing colors to get brown color shown. Combine Red-Red and Brown icing colors to get red-brown color shown. Combine Orange and a touch of Red-Red icing colors to get orange color shown.
Using Pink icing color, tint ¼ cup icing pink. Using Black icing color, tint 1 cup icing black. Using Ivory icing color, tint ½ cup icing ivory. Reserve remaining icing white.
Prepare bags. Prepare decorating bags with following tips and icing:
- Decorating bag, coupler, orange icing
- Decorating bag, coupler, black icing
- Decorating bag, coupler, ivory icing
- Decorating bag, coupler, white icing
- Decorating bag, coupler, brown icing
- Decorating bag, tip 3, pink icing
- Decorating bag, tip 5, red-brown icing
- Decorating bag, tip 3, striped with orange, red-brown, ivory and brown icing
FOX: Prepare white bag and orange bag with tip 10. Using white icing, pipe two ovals (not touching) on bottom half of cupcake. Smooth with spatula. Using orange icing, fill in rest of cupcake. Smooth with spatula. Prepare black bag with tip 4. Pipe oval nose. Switch orange bag to tip 352. Using pull-out leaf technique, pipe two ears. Position large candy eyes.
OWL: Prepare brown bag with tip 10. Pipe two narrow ovals, one on each side of cupcake, to form wings. Cover top of cupcake with brown icing, leaving area for chest feathers. Smooth brown icing with spatula.
Prepare white and ivory bags with tip 103. Hold bag with tip opening facing toward cupcake, wide end at 12:00, narrow end at 6:00. Starting at bottom of cupcake, pipe white feathers, overlapping rows. Repeat for a total of two white rows and two ivory rows.
Position large candy eyes. Switch brown bag to tip 2. Pipe around edge of eyes. Using red-brown bag with tip 5, use heavy pressure to pipe nose bridge and eyebrows. Prepare orange bag with tip 3. Using pull-out dot technique, pipe beak.
SKUNK: Prepare black bag with tip 10 and white bag with tip 4. Using black icing, pipe two ovals (not touching) on cupcake, leaving about ¼ in. between black ovals. Smooth with spatula. Starting at top of cupcake, use white icing to pipe pull-out dots along center, overlapping rows to bottom of cupcake.
Switch black bag to tip 352. Using pull-out leaf technique, pipe two ears. Prepare pink bag with tip 3. Pipe nose; smooth. Switch black bag to tip 2. Pipe mouth. Position large candy eyes with lashes.
BEAR: Prepare brown bag with tip 10. Pipe icing over entire cupcake. Smooth using spatula. Prepare ivory bag with tip 10. Pipe muzzle, smoothing with spatula. Prepare black bag with tip 4. Pipe oval nose. Switch to tip 3. Pipe mouth.
Press two Light Cocoa Candy Melts wafers into icing for ears. Position regular candy eyes.
HEDGEHOG: Prepare ivory bag with tip 10. Pipe heart shape for face, using spatula to smooth. Using striped bag with tip 3, starting at back of cupcake, pipe overlapping rows of pull-out dots. Continue, covering area around face. Prepare black bag with tip 2. Pipe small oval nose. Position mini candy eyes.
Learn how to pipe a buttercream leafy succulent.
Take a walk on the wild side with these Cute Woodland Creature Cupcakes. Cute bears, owls, foxes, skunks and hedgehogs are ready to join your celebration, and you’ll have lots of fun piping and decorating these cute little faces.