Aurora’s Blue and Pink Cupcakes

Here’s a fun Princess themed cupcake idea for you to try at home, courtesy of Disney Family! Enjoy!

What You’ll Need

Cupcake mix

Food coloring (blue and red or pink)



How To Make It

1 Make your favorite cupcake batter. Separate it into two bowls.
2 Add blue food coloring to one bowl, and red or pink to the other.
3 Line a cupcake tray with liners. Place a spoonful of pink batter in each, then blue.
4 To create the swirl of colors, twist a spoon in the batter of each liner. (Make sure to clean the spoon for each cupcake.)
5 Bake the cupcakes as instructed by the recipe. Then wait for them to cool.
6 Frost each with a pastry bag and closed star frosting tip (optional).
7 Decorate with sprinkles.

*Recipe and pic from Disney Family

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