Recipe: “Cook A Special Batch” Of Oogie Boogie Cupcakes

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Oogie Boogie Cupcakes cover

“Well, well, well, what have we here?” With the spooky season upon us, Disney fans declare “This is Halloween, everybody make a scene!”. I think the perfect way to ring in this creepy, cozy season includes whipping up some fabulous fall recipes. From pumpkin pancakes, to hazelnut soup, to pumpkin beignets, we have all of your favorite Disney Park recipes!

If you’re looking for a sweet treat to satisfy your fall fancy, take a gamble with this creepy, crawly Oogie Boogie cupcakes recipe! This spooky treat is perfect for your family’s viewing of Nightmare Before Christmas on Disney Plus. The dessert appeals to the eye and the appetite – so much so that Danielle Nicole offers a new Oogie Boogie cupcake bag. It’s cute enough to make you “split a seam!” Follow this recipe from D23, the official Disney Fan Club, to “cook a special batch” of these Oogie Boogie cupcakes at home!

Oogie Boogie Cupcakes
Credit: Disney

Oogie Boogie Cupcakes

Ingredients (Makes Approx. 12 Cupcakes)

Chocolate cupcakes
White canned frosting
Gummy worm candy
Gel food coloring

Directions

  1. Make 24 chocolate cupcakes.
  2. Mix yellow food coloring into the frosting. Stir in small amounts of green food coloring until reaching a bright green.
  3. To make Oogie Boogie’s pointy head, trim a cupcake into a cone shape. Spread a small amount of frosting onto the base of the cone-shaped cupcake and adhere to the top of another cupcake.
  4. Carefully cover the cone shape with green frosting. Make a hole into the cupcake where the worm will come out of his mouth. Poke the gummy worm into the hole, and then begin to draw his mouth with the black decorating gel around the worm. Add spooky eyes to finish.

TIP: Crumble the cupcake pieces to look like dirt to decorate the plate!

More Disney Halloween Recipes

If you want to make more fun Nightmare Before Christmas desserts, Jack Skellington cookies can haunt your table as well, you can get the recipe here. Missing Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party? Whip up some Hades nachos from the party, with the recipe is available here. What is Halloween without some caramel apples – Mickey caramel apples that is! Get the recipe here. Also, if you want that spicy cinnamon smell to diffuse through your home, bake some Mickey Halloween cinnamon rolls. Find the recipe here.

Will you be fixing up some Oogie Boogie cupcakes for a spooktacular Halloween? Let us know in the comments below.

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