How To Make Starbucks Cupcakes

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H e l l o !

For today’s blog post, I wanted to share with you a cute way to make boring ‘ol cupcakes into fantastically fun Starbucks cupcakes!

This little DIY is SUPER simple but makes a huge difference in the presentation of your dessert. These babies always go so fast at events, and everyone raves about how creatively cute the little Starbucks “cups” are.

So, instead of keeping all the compliments for myself, I thought I’d share the love so you, too, can take your cupcake presentation from “meh” to *HEART EYES!*

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To begin, first gather some  m a t e r i a l s :

How To Make Starbucks Cupcakes

N o w , let’s begin those Starbucks Cupcakes!

First things first: bake, cool, and frost your cupcakes. I like to use an open star tip like the Wilton size 1M to give the icing an appearance similar to whipped cream. After all, what’s a Starbucks Frappuccino without the whip?!

Note of Caution: Be sure to bake your cupcakes in normal cupcake liners, not the party cups. These cups are coated with a water-proof wax and are unsuitable for baking at high temps! Later on, it will make attaching the Starbucks logo easier if you aren’t worried about smashing the cupcake while taping on the label.

Next, head to your computer and download one of my Starbucks label templates below. While both feature the prominent green logo, one option says “Starbucks Coffee”, and the other says “Love You More Than Coffee.” The latter version is cute if you are planning on giving a batch of cupcakes to someone as a gift.

Download My Templates Here: Love U More Than CoffeeStarbucks Coffee

After you’ve printed your labels, cut out each circle. Don’t worry if you leave some white around the edges, as it won’t be too noticeable on the cups. Then, roll a small piece of tape over itself, and affix the Starbucks logo onto one of the white snack cups. Repeat the process until you have as many labeled cups as you do cupcakes!

Pro Tip: You can try to use glue, but I found that, due to the waxy surface of the cups, the tape worked better!

How To Make Starbucks Cupcakes

Finally, drizzle some syrup over your cupcakes and place each one into the white Starbucks cups. To finish off the look, add a straw clipping to the “whipped cream.”

Repeat the process until you have as many labeled cups as you do cupcakes!

And, v o i l a : Starbucks Cupcakes!

Within just a few minutes, you have hugely amped up your dessert game – these Starbucks cupcakes are ready to go!

How To Make Starbucks Cupcakes

Aren’t they just adorable?! Seriously, you’ll never want to bring plain ‘ol cupcakes anywhere EVER AGAIN, once you realize how easy this little cupcake “hack” is!

How To Make Starbucks Cupcakes

These are so simple that they would make a great activity for school-aged kids or pre-teens during a rainy day on summer break! Learn a little math, measuring out the cupcake recipe; keep their hands busy, cutting and taping all the labels; and, once they’re finished, you can teach your kids to give the cupcakes away as a good deed – if you can resist from eating them all – lol!

How To Make Starbucks Cupcakes

Here is my mocha cupcake recipe (with chocolate-espresso buttercream – YUM!) in case you wanted to get started baking now! (If you want to save it for later, scroll down just a bit for some Pinterest images!)

Don’t forget to find me on Instagram so we can keep in touch, and be sure to tag me in any photos you post of your Starbucks cupcakes! I love to see your works of culinary art.

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Take care guys! Until next time…

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