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Emoji poop cupcakes

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Emoji poop cupcakes

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These emoji poop cupcakes are so easy to make and great fun too! Follow this simple step-by-step guide to make your own at home.

Emojis are slowly but surely taking over the world by storm. We're all obsessed - so much in fact that you can now make edible emoji icons. We've tried our hand at emoji pancakes but emoji cupcakes are certainly next on the list.

These poop cupcakes will be a big hit with the kids - especially for kids' parties or family gatherings. They're the perfect gift too and can be whipped up in no time at all. This recipe makes 12 chocolate cupcakes.

Store leftovers in an airtight container or cake tin on the kitchen side for up to 2 days - if they're not all eaten by then!

This recipe is part of new cookbook; Cakemoji by Jenni Powell (Quadrille 10) Photography: Rita Platts

Equipment

  • Edible glue
  • Paintbrush
  • Small oval and round cutters
1

Step 1

Roll out the white and black fondants on a lightly dusted work surface 
to 3mm thickness, preferably using spacers to ensure an even thickness.

Using small oval and round cutters, cut out 24 eyes and 12 mouths from white fondant, then 24 pupils from black fondant.

2

Step 2

Using edible glue, stick the black pupils centrally on top of the white eyes. Once you have cut out your fondant shapes, leave them to dry for 23 hours so they are easier to handle.

3

Step 3

Fit a large open nozzle in a 
piping bag and fill with chocolate buttercream. Before serving, pipe buttercream swirls on each cupcake.

4

Step 4

When piping, use smooth circular motions and lift off the nozzle upwards as you complete the swirl. This ensures perky poops.

5

Step 5

Carefully position two eyes 
and one mouth on each cupcake, pressing the fondant features gently into the buttercream piping.

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