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5 Cupcake Ideas for the Reluctant Class Parent

I’m sure I’m not the only one who volunteered to bring cupcakes to my kids school this week. Did you, too? I came up with 5 ways to make sure we don’t regret volunteering!

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  • Grinch Stole Your Cupcakes 1 of 5
    Grinch Stole Your Cupcakes
    Decorate with Grinchy colored icing. While everyone will think it's a festive color, you'll know the what this color represents: THE GRINCH. Consider it your own little inside joke.
  • Secret Message 2 of 5
    Secret Message
    What are your true feelings of making cupcakes? Love it? Meh? Decorate a few cupcakes for you and the other parent who said yes to cupcake duty. Take a wild guess what my feelings are. . .
  • Make it Easy! 3 of 5
    Make it Easy!
    Buy a store bought mix. Funfetti has been around for over 20 years. That makes it a classic, right? Totally acceptable in my book! And delicious!
    Buy Funfetti by the bulk at Amazon
  • Let the Race Begin! 4 of 5
    Let the Race Begin!
    Not enough time to make the cupcakes? Speed things up by making it a race! Buy a box of cupcakes, gather all the supplies, and have your kids race against the clock. It would be a fun way to involve your family and get the job done. FAST!
    Use the stopwatch on you iPhone or buy one from Amazon
  • Safe Travels! 5 of 5
    Safe Travels!
    Make sure you get your cupcakes to the classroom safely! You don't want to ruin your efforts by having them tumble over. A lot of people suggest placing them in a box with glue dots. Have you tried this? Does it work?
    If it works as good as everyone says, buy Glue Dots from Amazon

Thanks very much to Pillsbury for sponsoring this post and for providing Pillsbury products for me to have some fun with. Check out more posts in this campaign.

 

 

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