Crafts are awesome.
Cupcakes are grand.
But when you couple those together…
now that’s magical!
Or so says my kids.
You’re letting us loose with all the sprinkles in the cabinet?
And we get to decorate our own cupcakes?
Yes, yes I am.
And yes, yes you do.
Insert, patting myself on the back and plopping myself onto the couch for a job well done.
My kids think I’m the best mom ever.
And I just saved myself 15 minutes of work not having to decorate the cupcakes for them.
Win, win, win!
I know you’re going to ask…
what cake recipe for milk allergies? And what sprinkles did we use?
For the cupcakes, I used our tried and true dairy-free and egg-free vanilla cake recipe…
and my new favorite USA Muffin Pans (affiliate) where no liners are required.
For the sprinkles, I had a mad stash saved up from the Pillsbury frosting lids (they contain soy).
Bolds, pastels, neon.
We were set.
Plus, I included some dairy-free chocolate chips. (affiliate)
I put the sprinkles and dairy-free chocolate chips into small ramekins along with homemade vanilla frosting.
A cute white tray and some clear plastic spoons,
along with cupcakes on a fun plate,
made for the perfect little cupcake buffet.
This would be a great idea for a birthday party, don’t you think?
Other possible safe toppings might include marshmallows, Smarties, jelly beans, or crushed Oreos. (affiliate)
Now go surprise your kiddos with a cupcake bar.
And watch them create and nibble while you kick back and relax.
You deserve it, mom!
Enjoy your dairy-free and egg-free cupcake bar!