Mum Cupcake Bouquet – Video for Mother’s Day
Several years ago I created this Mum Cupcake Bouquet. I first posted the recipe in 2014, and then in 2015 I created a video where I’m talking and demonstrating how to make them.
Now that 1 minute videos are all the rage, I decided to recreate it. I’m still trying to perfect my 1 minute video skills. The video is slightly blurry at all times, a disability without an external monitor. That can be especially tough when video recording solo. I think you’ll get the idea though.
Below you can watch my 1 minute version of how to make a Mum Cupcake Bouquet as well as the extended version, if desired. I’ve also included the recipe below.
This is a great project to have the kids get involved in. Even a 2 year old could master these. They’re pretty hard to mess up!
I hope you’ll try making a Mum Cupcake Bouquet this Mother’s Day. Please post your photos on my Facebook Page once you’ve created yours. I can’t wait to see them!
1 Minute Video:
Talking Video (4 minutes)
Check out the full recipe below for my Mum Cupcake Bouquet..…………………………………….
Mum Cupcake Bouquet
- 12 cupcakes (use your favorite recipe or box mix)
- icing, homemade or canned
- sanding sugar or sprinkles (any color)
- miniature marshmallows
- candy pearls, Good & Plenty, or Jelly Bean
- green licorice
- Cut approximately 40 miniature marshmallows in 1/2 on the diagonal, and set aside in a bowl.
- Have sanding sugar or sprinkles in a container
- Spread icing on the top of a cupcake. Do this one at a time, otherwise the icing will form a crust, making it difficult for marshmallows to adhere to cupcake.
- Dip each cut 1/2 of marshmallow into the sanding sugar/sprinkles and starting at the outer edge, add the dipped marshmallows to the cupcake, sanding sugar facing inward.
- After you finish lining the marshmallows on the outer edge in a full circle, add the next row in front of the previous circle. Continue adding the marshmallows - be sure to put them close together - until you've added all of them. You should have an empty spot in the middle.
- Add a candy ball, Good & Plenty candy or Jelly Bean in the center.
- You've now completed one cupcake.
- Continue with the remaining cupcakes. When finished, arrange on a platter and using green licorice, lay next to base of cupcakes to resemble stems.
Fun creation! And really pretty. Tasty too, I’ll wager. Thanks!
They are all the above and easy to create.
That’s SO pretty. If my mother were still around, she would have looked at it and told me it was too pretty to eat and then the minute I left, she would have eaten them all. 🙂
You’re funny. I know they’re hard to resist even if they are beautiful!
Great tutorial, Vicki!!! And such a beautiful result!!!
Thanks Liz. I just love these. They’re even perfect to gift someone that needs a little pick me up. They make everyone smile!
What a cute and beautiful creation!
Thank you Angie.
WOW! I’m impressed as hell! What creative cupcakes! Just downright beautiful. Good on the videos.
Vicki, I remember this post! Nice video…and yes, these are perfect for Mother’s Day…super cute!
I hope you are having a nice week 🙂
Adorable! Looks so yummy