Looking to do something fun with your kids and family for Father’s Day? How about gathering in the kitchen and make these adorable Hoot Owl Cupcakes, a Father’s Day craft inspired by Winnie the Pooh.
Batch of chocolate cupcakes
Caramel Bullseye candies
White candy melts
Black licorice sticks
Here’s how to make it:
- Generously frost one third of the top of each cupcake.
- Next, create owl eyes. For each pair, slice a caramel Bullseye candy in half to create 2 thinner circles. Place the halves between two sheets of waxed paper and use the rolling pin to flatten them slightly (they should be about 1 1/2-inch-wide).
- Top the caramels with white candy melts, and then set a chocolate chip on top of each candy melt, using dabs of frosting to hold the pieces in place. Place a pair of eyes on each cupcake, pressing them down onto the frosted portion.
- Create facial feathers for each owl by snipping two 1 1/2-inch lengths from a piece of black licorice. Cut fringe in one end of each length. Then stick the fringed licorice pieces in place right above the eyes.
- For the finishing touch, add cashews for the owls’ beaks.
For more recipes like these for Father’s Day and more, go to Spoonful.com
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