Kid Friendly Recipes Super Bowl Cupcake Recipes and Ideas Root for your favorite team with these game day sweets, from championship chocolate to cupcakes in eggshells. Get the whole family in on the fun of baking. « Previous Next » Kristen J. Gough • January 26, 2017 Add Comment Total: 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 It’s the Super Bowl! OK, so the Detroit Lions have yet to make it to the big game, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still cheer on a different team for the big game. Add an array of sweets to your Super Bowl spread with these cupcake recipes. There are plenty of fun ideas to make with your kids before game time. You can make footballs to top the cupcakes with chocolate-covered almonds – just follow the directions on the championship chocolate cupcakes. Or, opt for some other sweet treats! Now who’s ready for some football? Championship Chocolate Cupcakes How cute are these championship chocolate cupcakes from Cakewalker? Start with chocolate cupcakes as the base. Then add green frosting, paint on the yard lines with white frosting – then top each with a football. For the footballs, use white frosting to make the threads on chocolate-covered almonds. Touchdown! Super Bowl Cupcakes in Eggshells Here’s the way to impress your guests – bake cupcake batter into empty eggshells. Then your family has to crack the eggshells to eat the cake. There’s more: dye the eggshells brown and make football threads using a crayon. It will take some time, but hey, the big game only comes once a year so why not make these Super Bowl cupcakes in eggshells from the Cupcake Project? Super Bowl Cupcakes Decorating Tutorial Time for a field goal kick? Create your own hand-held version of the field goal posts with this recipe for Super Bowl cupcakes from Miss Makes. Follow these step-by-step instructions to make everything from the goal posts to the green grass (hint: it’s sprinkles!). Chocolate Football Cupcakes Add hefty swirls of thick, chocolate frosting on the top of each sweet to make chocolate football cupcakes from Thursday Night Baking. Warning: The decadent frosting in this recipe is whipped with plenty of butter. Make sure to have your kiddos around to lick the frosting bowl. This post was originally published in 2014 and has been updated for 2017.