how to make owl cupcakes | baking with your children

I had meant to post this way back before Halloween, but somehow I forgot! I love baking with my children, and this is a really fun and easy way to get them involved.

What you’ll need:

– chocolate cupcakes (don’t get fancy with your chocolate cupcake recipe because my boys went for the oreos and reece’s pieces and left the rest)

– oreos

– frosting

– reese’s pieces

Here’s how our little guys turned out. Cupcake owlies don’t really need ears do they?

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About Amanda

Amanda Robinson is the eco-chic, green living, fitness loving mom behind Natural Mommie. Since 2009, Amanda Robinson has been the source for moms to learn how to bring more balanced green beauty, eco-friendly, sustainable, organic products into their homes without being too “crunchy” or “granola”. Amanda is passionate about design, wellness and inspiring moms to make more eco-friendly and healthy choices without having to trade in their stilettos for Birkenstocks. In addition to Natural Mommie, Amanda is also the owner and designer behind Top Knot Style - a beautiful collection of handmade oversized luxury knitwear.

9 thoughts on “how to make owl cupcakes | baking with your children

  1. Those are so cute! I might have to take your idea one of these days… but what did you do with the other half of the oreo? Did your boys eat them without the middle?

    1. We munched on them as little dessert snacks, but you can also put them in a ziploc and use a rolling pin to crush them then you have a crust for your cheesecake or a topping for desserts :)

  2. Cannot wait to do this with my little girl this week…such a great idea! Thanks for sharing.

    1. You’re welcome Gemma! You’ll have fun…my little guys loved checking on “the baby owlies” throughout the day to see how they were doing :)

  3. Lol, I’m going to try these – my daughter will love them!

  4. These are so cute! My baby boy just turned 4 months so he’s not eating anything other than breast milk, but I also can’t wait to bake with him and make neat treats like this once he’s old enough:)

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