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Ever get torn between wanting a cupcake or candy or a cookie for dessert and can’t decide? With this dessert you don’t have to choose! Check out this special Halloween emoji cupcake dessert that mixes in all three of these yummy treat options into one delicious dessert!
You know emojis are big this year right? There are, of course, the traditional emoji characters that we love (laughing while crying is a personal fav) but brands are now coming out with products featuring emojis that are holiday themed! This dessert was something I created for a Halloween Emoji party I staged for Wholesalepartysupplies.com. It was so fun to mix the traditional Halloween colors and themes along with those fun emoji characters we’ve known to love!
- Oreos (I chose golden to go with the yellow theme)
- Yellow chocolate
- Reese’s pieces
- Lollipop sticks
- Candy eyeballs
- Black icing
- Goblet cup
Let’s talk about this dessert from the ground up. I staged the whole thing in plastic goblet glasses which I glittered with an extra layer of decoupage on top. I’m telling you that not one piece of glitter came off this thing after I added a nice layer of that stuff! The little charm is actually a layered emoji sticker with a jumpring attached.
On the bottom of the cup, I added some Reese’s pieces candies since they are the perfect color scheme for Halloween! Next up came a yummy (store bought) cupcake with a big dollop of icing.
My emoji cupcake topper is actually a chocolate covered golden Oreo pop. The OREO was dipped in yellow chocolate and decorated with candy eyes and a mouth made with black icing. Tip: before tipping, twist the cookie apart, dip the lollipop stick in the chocolate and sandwich the cookie back together.
After dipping the cookie pop in chocolate I let them harden in a box with holes as a makeshift stand.
How cute would these be to welcome someone to your Halloween bash?
Don’t forget to check out more on this Halloween Emoji party, including how I made the paper plate backdrop, on their blog.