Hello, Easter! Cupcakes from Hello, Cupcake! and McCormick

The good folks at McCormick, you know, the food coloring people, invited Karen down to show them how we use their food coloring to make Hello, Cupcakes! They made a video and posted recipes for our Easter ideas on their website.

Karen made really cute bunnies with blue and pink coconut, you gotta love those marshmallow tummies and ears.

Photo courtesy McCormick

She also made an adorable yellow chick with funny coconut wings. Since when do chicks have hair?

Photo courtesy McCormick

And finally some pretty cookie posies in pink, yellow, and blue.

Photo courtesy McCormick

If you want to get the recipes click on the link below.
Hello, Easter! Cupcakes using McCormick Food Coloring

Happy Cupcaking!
Alan and Karen


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  • March 29, 2009 my mlb wrote:
    i think that's supposed to be a little top-knot of feathers, don't you think? =-)~ I think they're all adorable. Thank you for the cute ideas!
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  • April 1, 2009 Candace wrote:
    Where did you find the green gumdrop spearmint leaves used for the flowers? I haven't been able to find them anywhere.
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    1. April 1, 2009 hellocupcakeblog wrote:
      I actually picked those up at our local drug store, CVS in our area. I have also seen a version of them at the candy counter at the gas station. They were in the section with the little bags of candy priced 2 bags for $1. They are usually available in this area, but if you can't find them where you live you could use green spice drops and roll them out flat and then cut them into leaf shapes. A green fruit chew like Starburst or Laffy Taffy can also be rolled out and cut. You never know what candy is going to be hard to find so we recommend experimenting. You never know what you'll discover.

      Keep on cupcaking,
      Alan and Karen

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  • April 5, 2009 Bridget wrote:
    These are just adorable!!!
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