Hamburger Cupcakes

by beth on July 2, 2010

While vis­it­ing North­ern Michi­gan my daugh­ter saw these adorable ham­burger cup­cakes in Hansen Foods of Sut­tons Bay.  Of course we had to buy them.   They were too cute to pass up.  Addi­tion­ally, Mamacita was cel­e­brat­ing a birth­day & as the birth­day girl if she wanted ham­burger cup­cakes she was going to get them by golly! Hey, she’s in preschool “by golly!” is bet­ter than “damn it!” at this age, not that she has ever over­heard an adult say that phrase & thought when she dropped play­doh at school that “damn it!” was a good response. No not at all (score for par­ent fail!!). Any­way, the cup­cakes.  The adorable lit­tle cupcakes.

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We bought them & couldn’t wait to enjoy them.  And being that I love food, I peeked at how they were made.  A very sim­ple styling gave these sweet treats their per­fect patty punch.

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Make a dozen yel­low cup­cakes, top them with sesame seeds & bake.  Make 1/2 a dozen choco­late cup­cakes.  Make a batch of home­made but­ter­cream frost­ing, you will divide this into thirds.  One third will be col­ored red (tomato), 1/3 yel­low (mus­tard), & the last 1/3 will be green (let­tuce). I would say you’d want a thin tip for the yellow/mustard & a wider flat tip for the red color with a tip that will give you a flat cur­tain affect for the green/lettuce. When the cup­cakes are baked & cooled you will cut in 1/2 your yel­low cup­cake.  The sesame seeded top will be the top of your “bun”.  Then take and cut into a patty your choco­late cup­cake, I’d think you’d be able to 1/2 these & shave off the more rounded tops to be flat giv­ing you two “pat­ties” from each choco­late cup­cake.  Then frost & assemble.

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They would make a great addi­tion to any party or BBQ. I know we all enjoyed them.  Not only were they the cutest lit­tle cup­cakes but they tasted divine.   Def­i­nitely not a cake wreck.

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1 erin July 2, 2010 at 10:58 am

these are so adorable! I wonder if I could make them?!!?! oh my. thanks for sharing!

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2 Kita July 2, 2010 at 11:02 am

These are awesome! I don’t think I would ever have the skill to make cupcakes that cute. :)

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3 stephanie r July 2, 2010 at 11:49 am

Woa~ those are cute beyond words! Were they really time consuming?

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4 Alaina July 2, 2010 at 1:44 pm

Those are adorable! Makes me want to try them, but I think I’d have to buy store-made icing….

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5 Lucy Cooper July 2, 2010 at 2:17 pm

these are the flippin cutest things. I have no kitchen talent, but that won’t stop me from making these for a pool party this weekend. Thanks for a great idea

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6 Loukia July 2, 2010 at 2:38 pm

OMG… I LOVE these cute little hamburger cupcakes! And it doesn’t sound too hard… but I don’t know… I tend to be a disaster in the kitchen!

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7 Dana @ Bungalow'56 July 2, 2010 at 7:17 pm

Beth,
Thank you for taking pictures of these. They are so darn cute. I’ve saved them in my tumblr, and hope to try them out this summer for a BBQ surprise. You are going to make me look so Martha!
Thanks,
Dana

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8 debbie July 2, 2010 at 8:08 pm

Those are so cute and don’t sound too terribly hard to make!

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9 smilinggreenmom July 3, 2010 at 9:25 am

Awesome! Our son would dig these for his next Spongebob party!! “krabby patties” woo hoo!! :D

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10 MonicaFernaays July 4, 2010 at 9:46 am

wow – those are adorable!! I am stopping in from BlogFrog – I am your newest follower!! Have a great 4th of July!

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11 Mable July 4, 2010 at 10:21 am

Oh my stars & garters those are adorable! Such detail. I can’t decide if I’m hungry for a cupcake or a (veggie) burger now…

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12 Ameya July 5, 2010 at 12:59 pm

These are so cute!! I just might make them sometime. :D

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13 Ameya July 5, 2010 at 1:00 pm

PS I tried to use your tweet this button and it didn’t work :(

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14 beth July 5, 2010 at 1:16 pm

Thanks for letting me know Ameya, I’m trying to figure out why that is. It now looks like I got it to it tweet but not with the shortened url. And thanks these are so cute aren’t they :)

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15 Lynne at CookandBeMerry July 8, 2010 at 12:30 am

These are so cute! I had to look twice and read the caption to realize what they were. I am going to have to try these myself. Thanks.

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