Christmas Carol serves up a lot of tasty holiday treats, but these coal cupcakes are legendary. Whip up a batch today and serve them to naughty and nice Prep & Landing fans.
Cupcakes are the perfect Valentine's Day treat, but they're even more fun to eat if Mickey and Minnie help present them.
Create a crowd of these Sebastian cupcakes for your next "Under the Sea"-themed birthday party.
This sweet Fourth of July topper, courtesy of the Mad Hatter, features red candy stripes and a price that's right.
Perry the Platypus is forever popping up in surprising places - such as making an appearance at a birthday party or other celebration.
Decorating this tower is a fun party activity for kids, but if you make the Tangled tower cupcake before the party, it also makes the perfect centerpiece!
Not your standard holiday ham, this Christmas swine (sans the brine) makes a sweet and surprising addition to the dessert line-up. And on a day when kids are unwrapping new toys, it's also a playful tribute to old favorites already in residence.
Despite their flowery name, there's no mistaking these cupcake cuties for flora -- they're designed to look like Bambi's bashful skunk friend, Flower.
Chewbacca is everyone's favorite Wookiee, and he makes a pretty adorable cupcake too. Use chocolate frosting to make Chewie's furry face, add white chocolate chips for eyes and white gel icing for his toothy grin.
No pirate adventure is worth its salt without a hair-raising encounter with formidable foes. Modeled after one of the zombies' more eye-catching body art images, these cupcakes are "fare" warning for all mates to keep their eyes peeled!