Snickers Cupcakes in a Jar
I believe it was this past weekend that football season began in our house! Along with football season comes sweet treats and snacks for parties! I will admit, football is not my thing but cooking and baking is, so I’m typically in charge of the food. This past weekend, I decided to try a new treat, Snickers Cupcakes in a Jar using the SNICKERS® Brand NFL Minis. I thought using football minis was fitting for a football watching party!
I started off my dessert by heading to Walmart to find the star of the dessert, SNICKERS® Brand NFL Minis! I was easily able to find them in a center aisle with a NFL display! I just needed a bag for my cupcakes so I picked it up and headed home to get started!
Here are a few of the ingredients that I used, I typically grab things and set it out then I have it readily available.
The first thing I did was process some of the minis to put in the cupcake batter. I went by the method of 1 mini per cupcake, so I used 24 minis and put those in the processor. I chopped them up into a ball of chocolate, then tossed them in with the cupcake batter and mixed them in.
I used 24 4 oz size jars to fill, like these from Walmart, with cupcake batter then placed them in the oven to bake. I love the idea of making these in a jar because it’s very easy for your football guests to eat, plus it’s easy clean up too!
A little homemade whipped cream on top does the trick for these, of course I planned on adding more SNICKERS® Brand NFL Minis and caramel too!
I used 1 mini per cupcake to top it with too, slicing up the Snickers and then placing them on the whipped cream. I finished it off with caramel drizzle. Then, I ate a few or maybe more than a few. Luckily, we still had enough left for the guests!
Snickers Cupcakes in a Jar
- 1 40 oz Bag of SNICKERS® Brand NFL Minis
- 1 Box Chocolate Cake Mix (or Gluten Free Chocolate Cake Mix)
- Eggs (Use amount on box cake mix)
- Oil (Use amount on box cake mix)
- 1/2 Pint Heavy Whipping Cream
- 4 Tbsp Powdered Sugar
- 1/4 Tsp Vanilla
- Caramel Syrup for Drizzle
- 24 4 Oz Jars (Half Pint Size)
- Preheat oven to 350*.
- Begin by using a food processor or blender to process 24 Snickers Minis. Set Aside.
- In a large bowl or using a stand mixer, add in all cake mix ingredients according to package, then mix in the processed minis.
- Once this is well mixed, spray the jars with non stick cooking spray and fill about 1/2-2/3 way full.
- Bake these for 25-30 minutes or until done. To be sure they are done, use a toothpick and insert in the middle of the cupcake, once it comes out clean they are done.
- While these are cooling, whisk together the whipping cream, powdered sugar, and vanilla until the whipped cream is formed. This works best with a stand mixer on high.
- At this point, I use the Wilton 1M tip and a cake decorating bag and fill it with whipped cream then frost the cupcakes.
- Slice a mini into 4's for each cupcake and place on the whipped cream, then drizzle with caramel syrup.
- These need to be served immediately or kept in the fridge to avoid the whipped cream from melting.
Note: I am gluten free and have been fine eating Snickers. If you are not able to eat them, replace with your favorite chocolate candy.
While I was working on football treats, my little man was outside learning how to throw the football with daddy! It’s officially football season at our house!
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