If you want a variation for your cupcakes, you can also try to the spider web cupcake topping that looks spooky but cool at the same time. You can bring your treats into a whole new level with these spider web toppers and make the trick-o-treaters happy in Halloween.
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- Microwave-safe bowl
- Piping bag and sleeve (or squeeze bottle)
- Cookie tray
- Parchment or wax paper
- Spider web design template
- Cupcake frosting
- White chocolate (you may use dark or any coloring)
Note: It is best if you have contrasting colors for the web and frosting (ex. Black frosting and white web or white frosting and black web).
- Pour the desired amount of chocolate chips into the microwave-safe bowl and pop it inside the microwave for about half minute.
- Stir the melted chocolate with a spoon and check if the chips are melted enough to make a smooth, thick consistency. If not, you can put it back inside the microwave for an additional 20 seconds or so.
- Use a spoon to pour the melted chocolate into a squeeze bottle (or piping bag).
- Line cooking tray with wax or parchment paper and slide the template between the tray and paper.
- Trace the web design with melted chocolate. Do this to until you finished up the melted chocolate.
- Pop the tray(s) into the freezer segment of your refrigerator for about 10 minutes or so.
- Meanwhile, you can frost your cupcakes using a spatula (see note for color contrast).
- After the allotted time, you can get your spider web choco-toppers and place them on top of the frosting.
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