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Know what happens when you combine delicious baked treats with getting crafty? Incredibly happy kids, that's what.
That's why I have to host a cupcake bar again soon. Kids love this!
Add in an outdoor movie on your deck...in the dark...and your children will love you forever.
This cupcake bar idea was actually not a pre-planned gig. I simply needed to make something sweet for my kids and their friends and only had basic ingredients in the house. Along with a stash of Pillsbury sprinkles from all the frosting tubs we buy. The sprinkles come in the lid and contain just soy. Can't let those go to waste!
I had sprinkles in bolds, pastels, and neon. Plus some dairy-free chocolate chips. This was prime for a cupcake bar!
And seriously, look at the creations that were made! These took a lot of thought and precise decorating, let me tell you.
For the cupcakes, I used our tried and true dairy-free and egg-free vanilla cake recipe and my new favorite USA Muffin Pans. No liners required.
I put the sprinkles and dairy-free chocolate chips into ramekins along with homemade vanilla frosting. A cute white tray and some clear plastic spoons along with unwrapped cakes on a fun plate made for the perfect little cupcake buffet.
This would be a great idea for a birthday party, don't you think? Other possible safe toppings might include marshmallows, Smarties, or crushed Oreos.
What other fun allergy-safe treats would you add to this cupcake bar?
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