Cupcake Bites

by Janet21

Cupcake bites are super cute mini cupcakes wrapped in chocolate that you can serve at birthday parties, baby showers, bridal showers and other celebrations.

Cupcake bites have become a very popular party treat. These adorable cupcakes are simple to make and will look lovely displayed on your party table in a stand, vase or in a custom made centerpiece. You can also send these cupcake bites home as party favors by wrapping them in FDA approved bags and attaching colorful curling ribbon.

There are three fun ways to make these cupcake bites. You can use a candy mold, flower cutter or the My Little Cupcake Mold. You have the option of creating these bites on a stick as a cake pop or without a stick.

Please visit my Cake Push Up Pops page for more sweet treats that come in small packages!

How To Make Cupcake Bites Using a Candy Mold

  1. Bake a cake according to the baking instructions and let cool
  2. Crumble the cake into a fine consistency and place in a large bowl
  3. Add frosting into the bowl with the cake mix and blend (use about 1/2 container store bought frosting or 1/3 cup homemade)
  4. Roll cake into balls, set onto wax paper and chill in the refrigerator for a few hours
  5. Fill the cavaties in the candy mold with melted chocolate about 1/3 full
  6. Place the cake balls into the mold pushing down gently until the chocolate comes up around the edges
  7. Place the mold in the freezer for a few minutes until set
  8. Pop the mini cupcakes out of the mold and then dip the top part into melted chocolate
  9. Decorate with sprinkles and other cake decorations

 

Cupcake Bite Photos

The Cupcake Bites photo tutorial pictured below is courtesy of joyosity. 

Cupcake Bite Photo Tutorial

Crumble up the cake mix
Crumble up the cake mix
Add the frosting to the cake mix.
Add the frosting to the cake mix.
Form mini cake balls.
Form mini cake balls.
Fill the mold with melted chocolate.
Fill the mold with melted chocolate.
Gently Push the cake ball into the mold.
Gently Push the cake ball into the mold.
Cake balls removed from the mold.
Cake balls removed from the mold.
Decorated cupcake bites.
Decorated cupcake bites.
Cute little cupcake bite.
Cute little cupcake bite.

Cupcake Bites Using a Flower Cutter

Follow Steps 1-4 in the instructions above first, then:

  1. Roll the chilled cake ball into a slight oval shape and gently push into the flower cutter
  2. After all balls are shaped, place in the refrigerator for about 10 minutes
  3. Dip the bottom part of the cupcake balls into melted chocolate and drip off any excess chocolate
  4. You can place a stick into the cupcake bite at this point if you like
  5. Once the chocolate is completely dry, dip the top part of the cupcake ball into melted chocolate
  6. Add sprinkles and decorate as desired

 

Cupcake Bite Photos

The Cupcake Bites photo tutorial pictured below is courtesy of seelensturm.

How To Make Cupcake Bites Using a Flower Cutter

Form your cake into balls.
Form your cake into balls.
Mold using a flower cutter.
Mold using a flower cutter.
Dipped cupcake bites.
Dipped cupcake bites.
Finished cupcake bites.
Finished cupcake bites.

No Bake Cupcake Bites

Using the My Little Cupcake Mold

The My Little Cupcake Mold can also be used to create cupcake bites pop.  These cupcake bites require no baking. 

All you need is the mold, a package of oreo cookies, cream cheese, chocolate melts, lollipop sticks and sprinkles.

Basically, you grind the oreo cookies in a food processor and then mix the cookie crumbs with cream cheese.   Form your cake balls and then place them into the My Little Cupcake Mold.    Close the mold and remove any excess cake.  Pop the cupcake bite out of the mold, dip in melted chocolate and insert a lollipop stick.  Then, dip the other side of the cupcake in chocolate and add your spinkles and other decorations.

My Little Cupcake Mold

Cupcake POP Mold
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How To Use the My Little Cupcake Pop Mold

Brownie Cupcake Pops

another bite-sized party treat

brownie cupcake favorsThese cute brownie cupcakes are a slight twist on the classic cupcake bite.  These mini treats have a delicious brownie center.

Each brownie cupcake can be topped with your choice of ribbon and customized with a single initial or number.   You can also choose between milk or dark chocolate and have the option of having the treat with a stick or without.  

Brownie cupcakes come individually wrapped in cellophane and tied with an organza bow. 

Brownie Cupcakes

Updated: 03/05/2013, Janet21
 
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Mira on 10/16/2014

Well, it didn't come up in the Pinterest popup window. Pinned another image instead.

Mira on 10/16/2014

Now I'm hungry :). Great page! Pinning the cupcake mold.

Janet21 on 05/01/2012

Thanks Katie! I have made these cake bites myself and loved them, too. Red velvet...yummy! :)

katiem2 on 05/01/2012

These are so delicious, I tried them, loved them. I have a friend who gave this a go using red velvet cake mix and they were amazing. You could add that to this page, red velvet cake bites very very good, it's all good as you made it so clear and easy adding any flavor. Great idea, going to use your cake bites a lot!

Marie on 01/25/2012

These cupcake bites are so sweet. I wouldn't stop at just the one!

Janet21 on 01/24/2012

One can never have too much chocolate...that's my motto. :)

Angel on 01/24/2012

These look unbelievable! I am with Digby - I have to make cupcakes now..

Digby_Adams on 01/24/2012

okay Janet my mouth is beyond watering. I may just have to make cupcakes tonight. Can't do your bites yet because I don't have the mold. I think I'm going to try these at our next library bake sale. Can't write anymore, I need chocolate cupcakes really bad right now!

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