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Puppy face Cupcakes

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Prep: 10 minutes Cook: 25 minutes icing takes 10 mins.

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24 cupcakes

A delightful cupcakes awesome for little kids party's.

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The Batter

  • 300g of caster suger
  • 300g of self raising flour
  • 300g of margarine [at room temperature]
  • 2 eggs room temperature
  • a dash of vanilla extract

The Butter Cream

  • 140g/5oz butter, softened
  • 280g/10oz icing sugar
  • 1-2 tbsp milk
  • few drops food colouring [if you want different coloured dogs (: ]


  • pink ready to roll icing or red. [for the tongue!!!]
  • raisins or chocolate drops [for the nose]
  • sliced liquorice [eyes] {if your kid doesn't like liquorish use black icing pens}


  1. mix all your ingredients together in a food processor. easy peasy, simple pimple.

  2. put the mixture in cupcake cases and bake.

  3. mix the butter cream.

  4. leave the cakes to cool for 10 mins then put blobs of buttercream on your cake to create a 3d look.

  5. cut little tongue shape out of the icing then place on the cupcake along with the other features.

  6. finally eat........ you deserve it as well!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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