This Halloween turn store bought treats into adorably cute and slightly scary cupcake toppers. It’s easy to make a whole pack of these Reese’s Cup Werewolf Cupcakes for this fun holiday.
Don’t you just love these little guys?
If you would have walked into the room while I was making these Halloween treats you would have seen a big toothy grin on my face and my eyes as big as the moon. I was having so much fun creating these cupcakes that I even let out a little howl.
I hope when you make these yummy holiday desserts that you have so much fun that you feel like howling too.
I was having such a good time that I decided to make two versions of these Reese’s Cup Werewolf Cupcakes.
Some are furry and some are smooth. The furry ones take just a little bit more time to create than the plain ones, but both are equally cute.
Here’s a video showing you how to make the smooth version.
To make these sweet Werewolf Cupcakes:
- Attach a Mini Reese’s Cup snout, a black candy nose, two yellow candy eyes to the front of a Reese’s Cup using melted Light Cocoa Candy Melts.
- Cut two ears from Light Cocoa Candy Melt wafers and attach them to the Reese’s Cup using more melted Candy Melts.
- Pipe on fangs using Bright White Candy Melts.
- Press the werewolf onto a chocolate cupcake that is frosted with a swirl of chocolate frosting.
- Press a Whopper (malted milk ball) onto each side of the cupcake and attach a bloody candy bone.
If you want to make the furry version of these Reese’s Cup Werewolf Cupcakes follow the instructions below.
- light cocoa candy melts, melted
- 1 full size Reese's Cup
- 1 Reese's Cup Mini
- 1 black candy coated chocolate
- 2 yellow candy eyes
- 2 light cocoa candy melts wafers
- white candy melts, melted
- Spread Light Cocoa Candy Melts over the Reese's Cup.
- Using a food use only paint brush press the brush into the wet candy melts and pull up quickly creating furry spikes.
- Attach a mini Reese's Cup snout and brush candy melts all around it making it furry too.
- Attach a black candy nose and yellow candy eyes using more candy melts.
- Pop the Reese's Cup into the freezer for 1 minute.
- Cut ears from two candy melt wafers and attach them to the Reese's Cup and make them furry using more candy melts.
- Either pipe on white candy melt fangs or attach 4 small white heart sprinkles for fangs using more light cocoa candy melts.
- Pipe a candy moon with a pick attached onto a piece of parchment paper.
- Freeze candy moon for 3-5 minutes until the candy hardens.
- Insert the pick into the frosting so the moon sits behind the werewolf.
You can find items needed to make these fun Halloween cupcakes on Amazon.com (affiliate links).
Reese’s Cup Werewolf Cupcakes
So, which version of these werewolf cupcakes do you like best and which would you be most likely to make for Halloween?