I got a lot of compliments on Avrie's giant cupcake she had almost a year ago for her birthday. I thought I would share my secret to my fun cupcake base
Everyone pretty much knows about this awesome giant cupcake mold pan from wilton...
Bake your cake according to the pan's directions.
Now comes the fun part that made my cupcake kind of unique. i didn't like just the plain old cake for the base. I tried fondant and it still didn't show the groves like I wanted it to. SO I thought, why not use white chocolate?!
I really like the Kroger brand of white chocolate. I like the taste and you get a lot of chocolate in the package. Not to mention its cheaper than the candy melts.
I melted the white chocolate according to the packages directions then added the color food coloring I wanted, in my case, lime green. I then painted the chocolate onto the base part of the cupcake pan. I painted until I had it about 5 layers. Once you get a nice thick coating of white chocolate, stick it in the freezer for 10-15 minutes to let it set. It pulls out really nicely.
Once your cake is completely cooled, you trim the base to fit inside your shell. The top will sit nicely on top of the shell. Then frost the top however you would like! I used a pink frosting and swirled it!
these giant cupcakes are seriously so cute! For all the other party guests, I thought it would be fun to serve little cupcakes.