Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 20 min. + cooling
Now these are adorable and my grandkids thought they were so special - they do have already prepared eyes at WalMart which I used - less work - great idea-very fun
These are so adorable and so easy! A cute idea that I will make again and again. Thanks for the idea!
Made these for my son's 2nd grade class last year, and they were a huge hit! They were easier than I thought and absolutely worth the effort.
Made these with my 9 year old for her birthday and they were so easy and great. Just break the cookies. We even made them with vanilla frosting and had the stripes showing with the face.
I made 92 Bat cupcakes for our local school. They were a hit!! Bev from Mn
Hi, This is my recipe! I used a very sharp paring knife to cut the cookies in half. It helps to cut them from the front. A few do break but those are fun to eat! I agree, the cookie does take on moisture from the cupcake and the cookie gets soggy. If this bothers you, make them right before eating. Remember- it is a cupcake!! It doesn't have to be perfect!!! Just have fun!!! Good luck! Joyce
Hi, I also tried to make this recipe but could not get the bat wings to look perfectly without cracking the cookie. How did others make it to work? Curious, what other type of cookies can you use without breaking it? Adorable bat cupcake but my son got frustrated and we decided not to use bats instead we used the cupcakes as "Witchy-ies" and I added the witchy hats. The children loved them just the same. Pls share your experience and share some tips on how to make these bat wings perfectly for future use. Thank you!
I found this to be a cute way to do cupcakes for Halloween. However, I do not understand how the person got the scalloped look without breaking the cookie. And you must serve them soon or the "wings" will be soggy.More detail needed in recipe directions in making the face etc.
its real cool
All of us pitched in to make these for the school Halloween parties. Super cute. A lot of work, but darling to look at.