Marshmallow Flower Cupcakes

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For Easter, I wanted to make a dessert that was simple but pretty, and I definitely think that these fit the bill!

I made these once before, and they are time consuming, but they are actually really easy to do.  Here’s how I make them!

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What you will need:

1 dozen cupcakes, you can use your favorite flavor/recipe
bag of mini marshmallows
vanilla frosting (I used canned because I was lazy, but you can always make your own)
colored sanding sugar
offset spatula, scissors, and ziplock bag

Step 1:  Frost the top of the cupcake…starts out easy enough!

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Step 2:  Take the mini marshmallows and cut them in half, diagonally.  You will need about 18-20 marshmallows to cover one cupcake.

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Step 3:  Put the marshmallow halves in a ziplock bag with some of the colored sanding sugar.  Shake it like a salt shaker (the bag, not your booty) until the sticky part of the marshmallow half is coated evenly in sugar.

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Step 4:  Start placing the marshmallow halves sugar side up around the cupcake to create the “petals” of the flower

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Step 5: Keep placing the marshmallow halves around the cupcake and there you have it! A finished flower!

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Super easy and fool-proof, and these cupcakes were a huge hit at our Easter dinner!

Have you ever made marshmallow flower cupcakes?

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