I found that after adding the food coloring, put each colored batter into separate zip lock baggies, remove the air then cut a tip off of one corner of each bag, then begin filling your cupcake liners. This is a great way to have your kids help you, too. The same can be done with icing.
these are AWESOME, i made a cake with them for my little cuz 6th b-day, they alllll loved them and parents kept asking me how to make it... not only are they cool but the tasted AMAZING with the sour cream it made it extra moist, and i also used french vanilla cake mix rather then white. VERY YUMMY i recommed this
Had so much fun making these for DGSs while they are visiting. I used a white cake mix as that's what I had and tried for Spring colors using gel food coloring. They turned out so bright and pretty. I saved time by using a canned cream cheese frosting topping with sprinkles. They were soooo excited to bite into them and see all the colors. The youngest has even asked for a cake made like this for his b-day this summer.
The kids are loving these. Easy to make turned out tasty, too. Watch the bake time or they brown on the top & lose some of the effect. I used gel coloring.
Super fun recipe...and yummy, too! I used white cake mix once and funfetti cake mix another time. Both turned out spectacular. I mixed blue and pink food coloring to make purple, and used green, yellow, blue and pink for the other colors. Totally worth the extra dirty dishes. We will be making these again!
Made with grandbabe whom asked if there was a little man inside. Naturally confused, I prodded for more clues. He said, "You know, one of those 'mans' that are green." Tears rolled down my face and my glasses fogged up. I assumed the connection was a leprechaun at the end of the rainbow. Made for PRMR.
This was the best tasting cake that I have ever made! Even my Dh who isn't crazy about vanilla cake liked these a lot! The colors are so neat! Made for sweet traditions tag.
My DD and her friend had lots of fun making these. The addition of pudding and sour cream made them deliciouse!!!!. To make cleanup easier you can use paper bowls.
Think of the fun you will have in making these, I sure had fun!! Do not focus on how many dishes will need to be cleaned or that this takes a little longer. Focus that you will have fun making them with your children or even by yourself. I used Fat Free sour cream. My mixing of the purple needs help, so if you make a color you're not happy with put that one in the tin first. I am not going to frost these as I love the colors. I'll be making these often. Made for *Please Review My Recipe 2009* Game