Jumbo White Cupcake Liners
- Microwave-safe paper.
- Includes 50 Grease-resistant paper cups
- 2-1/4" Diameter (bottom) x 1 1/2" H
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There?s excitement with every spoonful of mouse that you eat! When you get to the bottom of the candy cup, you will find it filled with either pink or blue Candy Melts® candy. Finally, the baby?s gender will be revealed to all!
This perky pachyderm cake brings a ton of birthday greetings to the party (he?s made from our Stand-Up Cuddly Bear Pan). Treat the guest-of-honor to a special Jumbo Muffin of his own or add more muffins for larger parties.
Elves work twice as hard at the holidays, and this one is no exception. He is presenting a double delicious holiday treat--a decorated gingerbread cookie and jumbo cupcake.
Everyone will have a ball with this pleasing treat. Thanks to the ease of Cupcake Toppers, you can make a cupcake, pipe a body and insert the ready-made head topper of your choice.
Transform the top of jumbo cupcakes by covering them in two-toned rosebud petals! Serve at a wedding shower, reception or even at a dinner party. Learn how to pipe rosebuds and other techniques at The Wilton Method of Cake Decorating Course 2.
What a cute, sleepy little bear to serve at baby showers, kids parties and even christenings. Just cover a cupcake with a fondant blanket and insert the sweet little Bear Cupcake Toppers.
Candy cowl frames your iced mini cake Count. It?s a simple technique: melted candy is piped over a pleated baking cup. Once you have a strong candy shell, baking cup is peeled away.
Flower-decked cupcakes are pretty as any picture. Form blossoms from cookies cut with a Petal Cutter and arranged around Yellow Candy Melt wafer centers.
He?s dashing through the snow! Your cupcakes will be a winter wonder when you top them with this candy penguin molded with our Christmas Candy Kit for Pretzels.
Create a ruffled candy cup perfect for an elegant dessert, such as a poached pear with caramel sauce. This easy-to-make chocolate candy cup lends sophistication to your final course.
Take a one-of-a-kind ride. Engineer Mickey?a candy plaque formed in our Disney Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Pan?drives a train engine created from cakes, cookies and piped icing.