PUMPKIN PATCH CUPCAKES #desserts #halloween

PUMPKIN PATCH CUPCAKES #desserts #halloween

Nothing says fall fun like making a beeline for the pumpkin fix to locate the ideal pumpkin for a Halloween jack-o-light. This is an extraordinary sweet to serve in the wake of getting back home from the pumpkin fix!

One of my preferred activities in October with the children is go to the pumpkin fix. They adore selecting their own pumpkin and bringing them home to add to the Halloween stylistic layout. This is the primary year we will cut the children's pumpkins and they couldn't be progressively amped up for it. They've likewise been extremely pleased with the pumpkins developing in our nursery. We won't cut those since they're practically part of the family. In any case, the children can hardly wait for them to turn orange and become prepared to remove the vine!

I figured these cupcakes would be so amusing to make to commend the start of fall and the enormity that is pumpkin cutting. Need to know the delightful thing about these cupcakes? You don't need to make any of the components without any preparation. Not a chance. Not a solitary one. [Insert clench hand bump]


PUMPKIN PATCH CUPCAKES #desserts #halloween


  • 1 chocolate cake mix
  • 1 c. buttermilk
  • 1/2 c. vegetable oil
  • 3 eggs
  • 24 white cupcake liners
  • 3 (16oz) cans vanilla frosting
  • 24 pretzel sticks
  • Wilton orange icing color
  • Wilton leaf green icing color
  • 1 plastic sandwich bag
  • 1 (16oz) frosting bag OR gallon ziploc bag
  • Wilton 1M star tip


  1. Combine cake mix, buttermilk, vegetable oil, and eggs in the bowl of a stand mixer. Place cupcake liners in tins and fill 2/3 full with batter. Bake 14-16 min at 350°. Carefully remove from tins and place on a cooling rack to cool.
  2. Place 2 1/2 cans frosting in a mixing bowl. Add a small amount of orange icing color and stir together to make orange icing. Add more orange if you prefer a darker color. Place remaining frosting in a mixing bowl and add a small amount of leaf green icing color. Mix to make green frosting; add more color, if desired.
  3. Cut a hole big enough to place the 1M star tip at the bottom of your frosting bag or in one of the corners of the ziploc bag. Add orange frosting and pipe onto cupcakes in a circular motion. Place a pretzel stick in the center of each cupcake. Cut a tiny hole in one of the corners of the sandwich bag. Add green frosting and pipe vines onto each cupcake. Serve and enjoy!

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