Easter | Vegan Easter Nest Cupcakes


I’m going to admit it right now: my love for various holidays throughout the year mainly stems from looking for an excuse to bake and decorate. It’s just so much fun, and I love seeking out seasonal decorations, baking accessories and cupcake cases! This year, I put together some very easy easter nest cupcakes.


Because it was mainly about the decorating, I used some shortcuts. I know lots of people frown upon cake mixes and I don’t usually use them when I’m going for flavour, but for a bake that mainly exists to be decorated and look pretty, I have absolutely no qualms about making life easy for myself. I like using Betty Crocker mixes and icings. As far as I can tell, they’re vegan-friendly and also, they were on sale at Aldi at the time.

Vegan Easter Nest Cupcakes

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  1. 1 Package Betty Crocker Lemon Cake
  2. 1 Tub Betty Crocker Lemon Icing
  3. 2 Ripe Bananas
  4. 1 Package Carluccio’s Sugared Chocolate Eggs
  5. 1 Package Hotel Chocolate Dark Chocolate Egglets
  6. 1 Package Hotel Chocolate Dark Chocolate Chicks
  1. In a food processor or blender, blend the bananas and the cake mix until smooth.
  2. Bake in a cupcake tin according to package instructions and let cool.
  3. Using a palette knife, spread a very thin coat of icing on each cupcake.
  4. Using a piping bag and star or rope nozzle, pipe a thick ‘nest’ around the edge of each cupcake.
  5. Decorate with chocolate eggs and chicks.
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 The sugared eggs are from Carluccio’s (thanks to Floral Frosting for pointing these out last year!) and the chicks and egglets are from Hotel Chocolat.