Graduation Cupcakes!

Check out these adorable mortarboard cup-caps from Kraft! Get the recipe right here.

Comments

Dawn said…
Oh how cute. Except I would use the chocolate covered graham cracker cookies that are already made.

What a great blog you have!!!
T said…
i love these! i might put in the effort and make them for my sister's graduation coming up. by the way, i enjoy your site very much! and also, i have another cupcakery in los angeles that may be of interest: its called sprinkles.

here's the link: sprinklescupcakes.com
Cate said…
Love those cupcakes!
Anonymous said…
Why does the recipe call for Orage Kool-Aid?
Marie said…
I saw and saved this recipe from a few years back, and made them this weekend for my son who graduates next Monday. He and his friends are at the beach, I sent these along as a surprise. His school colors are blue and white, so I vanilla-frosted the grahams instead of chocolate (easier, too), and just used a dab of frosting to attach the tassel. My guess is the Kool Aid is to make them a bit firmer, not sure why it would need to be orange; I'd think you could use a school related color/flavor. They came out really cute, made me feel great giving them a nice surprise.
Anonymous said…
loved the idea...not so easy to recreate...fruit roll ups are very difficult to work with and if cutting corners, be sure to buy chocolate covered graham crackers that are the right size (large and square)
Penelope Walker said…
These cupcakes are terrific! I just linked to your post from the MyPunchbowl party planning blog where I wrote about graduation parties and free invitations.