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Hello and welcome to Cupcake Addiction's Snowman Cupcake Tutorial where I'll be showing you
how to make this really cute little Snowman cupcake, perfect for Christmas, perfect for
any Winter Wonderland-themed event. Tools and equipment that we will be using
today: I'm using a regular-sized cupcake and I've
also baked a miniature cupcake and I've removed that from its cupcake case.
I've got a pair of scissors. A pretzel stick.
2 either toothpicks or skewers. I've got a red sour strap. You can use rainbow.
You can use any color or flavor sour strap you like, just for your Snowman scarf.
I've got some melted black candy melts. I've got a little bit of desiccated coconut.
Now some of you guys are not going to like coconut. If you don't like coconut, just switch
that with a white sprinkle. I've got some of our perfectly pipeable buttercream
frosting in white. I will leave a recipe link to that in the description box below.
A knife. I've got some of these little rainbow chocolate
chips. So for us here in Australia, they are just basically little candy-coated chocolate
chips that come in a bunch of different colors, but they're kind of a really cute little pointy
shape, round on one side, pointy on the other so they're perfect for our little carrot nose.
I've just picked out a couple of orange ones and I'm also using some of the darker purple-y
brown-y colored ones. You could also use just a little bit of fondant for the nose and just
regular chocolate chips for the little buttons. I've got a mini-Oreo.
I've got a piece of soft eating liquorice. So this is sort of like a liquorice tube,
very very similar to a tootsie roll. So if you're in the US, a tootsie roll is a great
substitute. And I've got a raffaello chocolate. This is
a Ferrero raffaello. They're sold all around the world and it's basically a white chocolate
truffle ball that's covered in coconut. So let's get started.
So the first thing that we want to do is we're going to start just preparing some of our
accessories. So we're going to make our little hat and our little scarf. With the little
hat, we're going to split our mini-Oreo in two. You can eat the side that's got the cream
on it. But the side that doesn't have the cream on it, we're just going to use the back
of one of those skewers or toothpicks, and we're just going to pop down a little blob
of melted black candy melts. You can also use melted dark chocolate here. That's just
going to act like a bit of a glue. And I'm going to stick just
precut these ones in half. But just
of those pieces of liquorice and that's going
to make like a little top hat for us there. Set that one off to the side.
We're going to open your raffaello so that's all nice and ready to go. And the reason that
I went with coconut across the whole snowman here is because the raffaello has coconut
so it's all going to flow and it does look like kind of fallen snow. Now to prepare our
scarf, you want to just take that sour strap and we're going to cut it in half because
that's way too fat for a scarf. So just cut it down the center in half. For each sour
strap, you're going to get 2 snowman scarves. For the little tassels, we're just going to
simply just snip just some little lengths in the end on either end. Perfect! There's
our little scarf ready to go. Our pretzel stick, we're simply going to snap
it in half, roughly in half, so you've got
And that's your little accessories done. So now you want to take your main cupcake
and also your mini-cupcake. For the main cupcake, we're just going to do a really simple style
of frosting where I basically just scoop a frosting on to the cupcake in a bit of a haphazard
fashion because we're going to roll that on coconut or sprinkles, whatever you're using.
So it doesn't really matter if the initial coat of frosting isn't terribly neat.
You can see there I'm really just piling up just a bit of frosting, try not to get too
much of it over the edges of your cupcake because you want to try and keep that cupcake
case as neat as you can. And you can see there I've baked mine in a blue cupcake case just
to sort of go with the snowy type theme. So once I'm happy I sort of a nice little sort
of a neat mound of frosting but it's not too neat, I'm just going to roll that into the
coconut. With that frosting, make sure you don't go too high and too thick with that
frosting because we're going to be resting quite a bit on top of it in the way of the
snowman. So if you've got too much frosting, it's going to be a bit of an unstable base
for your snowman to sit on. Now, this is probably the messiest bit, you
want to just take your mini-cupcake. This is going to be the front of our snowman. This
is going to be the back. But you basically want to coat this whole cupcake in a relatively
thin layer of frosting. So I'm just using my knife and I'm just scooping it on there.
But you will get sort of messy hands as you do this bit.
Now when I get to here, I'm actually going to just pick it up and don't worry if you
think it is going into that frosting, that's totally fine because we are going to be rolling
all of this in coconut which actually makes it easier to handle it. It takes away some
of the stickiness of that buttercream and gives you kind of a bit of a base that you
can actually touch and handle without making a huge mess everywhere. You just want to make
sure that that's completely coated and you can't see any of that cake coming through.
Perfect! Now I like to just go around and just take off any excess because we don't
want it to be sort of a mini-cupcake. We don't want it too crazy thick frosted. Beautiful!
Alright, so there's my sort of messy little completely frosted little mini-cupcake. So
now I'm just going to give my cake another bit of a shake and give it a roll. You can
see there a little tea tasks. So I'll just wipe my hands a little bit. As you roll that
around, you actually get sort of a bit more of a stable base. You want to roll it all
the way around there. Beautiful! So as I'm handling this now, you'll see that it's not
anywhere near as messy as it was before. It's almost gone like a little bit of cupcake truffle.
I supposed. So take your bigger cupcake and you want to
position that on top. Now I'm going to push mine right down and that's going to give it
a bit more stability. It almost sort of creates a bit of a well in the center of that bottom
cupcake and creates a bit of a scooped out center for that Snowman body to sit in. And
then I'm just going to scrape off a little bit here. Now the reason that I'm doing this
is because the coconut has dried the frosting a little bit so it's made it not so sticky,
but we want a little sticky spot to stick our raffaello on to so that it's going to
hold. Buttercream is great because it will actually form just a little bit of a crust
after the first couple of hours which is going to sort of help to secure our little bits
and pieces. Now if you are going to make these for transportation
and you're worried about them falling over, you can insert a toothpick or a skewer through
the body of the Snowman into the base of the cupcake, but you will need to make sure that
you tell your guests about this prior to them eating it. A lot of cake decorators will also
use an uncooked spaghetti noodle to give that stability but it is still food safe and it
is still perfectly safe for people to eat if you happen to have somebody stumble across
one, a little bit unusual to have spaghetti in a cupcake but it definitely still works.
Alright, so you can kind of see where we're going with our little Snowman here. We've
got our raffaello, our mini cupcake and our large cupcake.
Now, I'm going to take just a little bit more frosting and the frosting is really our glue
today. I'm just going to spread it across the back of my scarf, neaten up the edges
there, and then I'm just going to wrap that scarf around our Snowman's little raffaello
neck and overlap it at the front. Where I'm overlapping it at the front, I'm just going
to put down just another little kind of a decent dollop of that buttercream frosting
so that it's got something to stick to. Beautiful! Alright, now we can add our little top hat.
Now with this, we're going to use the black candy melt because it's going to be a bit
stronger because the top hat is the top point and it's quite a bit higher than, I guess,
the rest of the cupcake. So just use a really little bit because you don't want to see this
coming out anywhere his head. You don't want it to look like he's got kind of like a weird
black smudge on his head, so just a little spot of the black candy melt right in the
middle of the bottom and then we're going to sit that on top, and just let it dry. Perfect!
Now while that's drying and do be a bit careful here. You want to just... I'm going to turn
him around to face me so that I can make sure that I'm going in a nice even sort of a distance
apart, and I'm just going to twist in my 2 little arms. This is also a good time as you
add any arms if you want to reposition him at all, sort of moving back a little bit or
moving forward a little bit. [Do] it with those arms because you're not risking making
a mess. Beautiful! Now we're going to add in just his little
eye detailing and his little mouth detailing on his face there. So to do this, I'm just
going to use the back of my skewer because it's a little bit fatter and I'm just going
to put 2 eyes and then a little row of dots for his mouth.
Alright, now once my 2 eyes are on, I'm going to use the pointy end of my stick to make
little tiny mouth because those little dots are normally quite a bit smaller. Beautiful!
There's your little Snowman's face coming to life.
Now take one of your little orange little chocolate chips or your little piece of orange
fondant, and once again just a super super tiny little dot of that black candy melt because
it's not really the right color to blend in with our Snowman's face. You want to make
sure you're not seeing any of it on the outside edges. And I'm just going to use that like
a glue, and pop his little carrot's nose on. Lovely!
Alright, now the final touch that I want to add here is just going to be
I don't even bother putting any chocolate candy melt or any glue sort (Inaudible
here because they're just going to sit nicely into his little frosted front. Just find a
spot in between his little scarf there. Push them in.
So there you've got your gorgeous slightly over the top double decker Snowman cupcake,
perfect for Christmas. I hope you guys have liked this tutorial. If you've loved it, make
sure that you do check out my Christmas cupcake playlist. I've got cupcakes. I've got cakepops.
I've got pull-aparts, all kinds of awesome sweet treats, perfect for the festive season.
Thanks very much for tuning in to My Cupcake Addiction. *** ***