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  • Erin Anderson

    Rainbow cupcakes - Using white cake mix, make batter as directed. Use several plastic (or glass) cups, pouring white batter in them, divide between all cups. Add food coloring to each cup for the colors desired. Mix each cup and then put a little of each color in each muffin cup in small blobs. Then drizzle other colors over the blobs. Bake as directed. My kids always wanted these for every birthday and special occasion." Looks so cool!

  • VictorDeidra V

    Rainbow spatter cupcakes - white cake mix batter, divide batter into cups, add food coloring for desired colors, mix each cup, put a little of each color in each muffin cup in small blobs, drizzle other colors over the blobs, bake as directed

  • Madi Grout

    Ranblow splatter cupcakes. Using white cake mix, make batter as directed. Use several plastic (or glass) cups, pouring white batter in them, divide between all cups. Add food coloring to each cup for the colors desired. Mix each cup and then put a little of each color in each muffin cup in small blobs. Then drizzle other colors over the blobs. Bake as directed.

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