Hello Kitty Cupcakes Tutorial {Perfect for Any Occasion}

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I am a huge fan of Hello Kitty, so when my Daughter’s birthday came up, of course I wanted to make Hello Kitty Cupcakes. Best of all, they are beyond easy and fun to make.

♥  Bake your cupcakes and allowed them to cool completely prior to decorating

♥  Make a batch of buttercream frosting {1/2 cup shortening, 1/2 cup butter, 1 teaspoon vanilla extract and 4 cups of confectioners sugar}

♥  Tint your icing to necessary colors {black, yellow and pink or red for the bow}. I personally use Wilton Icing Colors because they are fantastic and hold their color perfectly. 

♥  Pipe out the whiskers and eyes using the black-tinted frosting.

♥  Pipe out a nose using the yellow-tinted frosting.

♥  Pipe out a bow using the pink/red-tinted frosting.

♥  Fill in the cupcake with white frosting.

What I love most about these cupcakes is the fact that they can be created at any skill level, so be creative and enjoy. This will definitely be a huge hit for any occasion!






  1. These are adorable. =D Almost too cute to eat.

  2. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    adorable, and I’ll bet they tasted as good as they look too. How long did they last 5 mins until they were all gone?

  3. Darlene Schuller says:

    How adorable!! I copied this down, this would be fabulous for my daughter’s class for her birthday! Thank you!

  4. kathy downey says:

    Thanks these are just adorable

  5. Judy Cowan says:

    Very cute! We have a few Hello Kitty fans in this family. I think I might even be able to handle the decorating needed to do these.

  6. kathy downey says:

    We made these for the little ones birthday last month they were a hit but not as nice as yours thanks

  7. kathy downey says:

    We make these for my greandaughter Birthday in April and the kids loved them


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