Flower Pot Cupcake

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Spring is approaching, and we love the idea of nature + food! While this project is edible, it will be a great opportunity to work with your kids on this easy-DIY cupcake. Not only you can enjoy them right away, decorate your snack table with these wonderful sweets!


  • Clean Mini Pot

  • Cupcake Liners

  • Cupcake Recipe

  • Chocolate frosting

  • Green Straws

  • Fresh Flower


  1. Preheat oven to 180 degree C.

  2. Insert a cupcake liner into each pot.

  3. Using your favorite cupcake recipe, mix your cake batter and fill them only up to cupcake liner level.

  4. Bake cupcakes for the usual time, and extend cooking time by an extra 5-10 minutes to let cupcake puff up more!

  5. After cupcakes finish cooking, let them cool.

  6. Prepare chocolate frosting, and spread it over the top of each cake.

  7. Cut some green straws to your desirable length.

  8. Insert a fresh flower into straw.

  9. Insert the finished flower + straw into each cupcake.

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