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You might have noticed by now that I have a slight obsession with Dr. Seuss. I have so many wonderful memories reading his books and creating fun Dr. Seuss themed activities and recipes for my kindergarten class.
Read Across America (Dr. Seuss’ birthday) is on March 2nd and I have been pulling out some of my favorite activities, crafts, and recipes to commemorate this creative author. These Dr. Seuss Oh the Places You’ll Go Cupcakes have a wonderful surprise hidden inside that I think Dr. Seuss would love.
The cupcake itself is the Funfetti box mix from Pillsbury but if you wanted to you could make your own from scratch. I also made mini-cupcakes but you could also adapt these for regular sized cupcakes as well. The frosting is light and fluffy because we are using whipped topping instead of frosting since the middle is full of colorful sprinkles.
Oh the Places You’ll Go Cupcakes
Pillsbury Funfetti Cake Mix, 15.25 ozOliveNation Pastel Candy Quins – Colorful Toppings for All Kinds of Confections – Size of 1/2 lbMcCormick Food Colors & Egg Dye, 4 Assorted Colors, 0.25 ozWilton 415-5171 150 Count Rainbow Mini Cupcake LinersWilton Disposable 16-Inch Decorating Bags, 12 Pack
- 1 box Funfetti Cake Mix, baked to package directions in mini cupcake form
- 1—16 oz. Container Whipped Topping
- Food Coloring—Pink, Blue, Purple, Yellow, Orange, and Green
- Mini Cupcake Liners
- Piping Bags
- Make mini cupcakes according to package directions.
- After prepared mini cupcakes are completely cooled, cut out a small hole in the middle of each one.
- Fill each hole with the sprinkles.
- Divide the whipped topping into 6 separate bowls, and mix in each food coloring color.
- Spoon into 6 piping bags.
- Starting with your bottom color, fill the top of the cupcake in a thin, circular pattern. Using next color, pipe a little bit smaller circle on top of the bottom color leaving the edges of the first color showing.
- Continue on with all your colors. You should have a tall, cone shape pattern on your cupcake.
Read Across America Day
I love that my son’s teacher is doing a week-long celebration of Dr. Seuss’ birthday next week. I hope I can share in some of the fun and get even more ideas to share with you next week.
If you missed some of my previous Dr. Seuss activities check out this 1 Fish 2 Fish Red Fish Blue Fish Craft, this fun The Cat in the Hat Treats as well as these inspirational Dr. Seuss Quotes. If you are looking for some good recommendations for Dr. Seuss Books for Preschoolers be sure to check this post out as well.
I would love to hear about any fun ideas or activities your family may do to celebrate Dr. Seuss. Share them in the comments below!
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