School-aged children brings school-run functions. I have a few “go to” recipes for these functions, and these panda cupcakes is definitely one of the first ones that we think of. The best part of this recipe is that my kids love to bake them with me, and can’t wait to decorate the pandas (especially the ears). A few weeks ago, my daughter and I had “Mommy and Daughter” time by baking these pandas for the youngest’s cheer banquet. The cupcakes are deceivingly easy to make, as well, all using common stuff you can buy at the grocery store.
Panda Cupcakes – It’s Pandamonium Here!
These came out so cute, if I do say so myself! We frosted, then assembled, each panda one at a time. My daughter loved them and she was excited to bring them to her cheer banquet.
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29 thoughts on “Panda Cupcakes – It’s Pandamonium Here!”
Oh I just love these and might try them for my grandson’s birthday in two weeks time. Thanks for sharing with us at #overthemoon. I’ve pinned and shared.
These are so adorable!!! Can’t wait to try it.
These are really cute… and they look easy also. 🙂
Stopping by from Happiness is Homemade link party. Those panda cupcakes are simply adorable. And using the chocolate chips turned upside down for the eyes and sideways for the nose is pure genius!
Thank you so much! 🙂
They look so cute and yummy! Great way to involve the kids too. #TwinklyTuesday
Aww! These are just adorable. What a great idea.
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Very sweet. You just want to pinch their cute little cheeks, or better yet, take a bite out of them!
These are adorable and you make it look so doable even a craft impaired mom like me could do it.
These are adorable! Found you at the Creatively Crafty Link Party today! Have a great week.
How cute! I love the look of these and I know my boy will too, as Panda is his favourite cuddly bear!
Thanks for the recipe
These are absolutely adorable!
Those look adorable!! Thanks for sharing 🙂
These look so cute and delicious♡
Oh my goodness, these are ADORABLE! I’m not very good in the kitchen, but I think I could make these. Definitely going to remember these for my son’s next birthday. Thanks for sharing.
these are absolutely adorable! what a fun baking activity to do with the kids
These are so cute. Such a silly thing, but a great tip to but the pointy side down on the chocolate chips. Cheaper than buying all those other packs of candy made for decorating.
do i really need panda cupcakes in my life? YES, yes i do! thanks for sharing.
These Panda Cupcakes are great and they all have a different expression, just by a slight shift in where you placed the nibs and sprinkles.
These look great and so simple! Would be perfect for a kids’ party.
I love these cupcakes! They are just so cute 🙂 Thanks for sharing them with us at Creatively Crafty #ccbg. I’ve shared all over social media.
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Oh these sound wonderful! They look so cute and don’t seem too difficult to make! I’ll definitely have to give them a try.
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Hi June: These are so cute and easy. My granddaughters will love them. I cannot pin this post fast enough. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks so much for your kind words! Please let me know how your granddaughters like them 🙂