Vampire Bite Cupcakes

How about a "Vampire Bite Cupcakes" recipe that's both delicious and spooky?


For the Cupcakes:

- 1 box of red velvet cake mix (to resemble the blood)
- Eggs, oil, and water (as per the cake mix instructions)

For the Filling:

- 1/2 cup raspberry jam (the "bloody" center)
- 1/4 cup Charlie's Saucery Hot Sauce (for a fiery surprise)

For the Frosting:

- 1 cup unsalted butter (for a creamy texture)
- 4 cups powdered sugar (for sweetness)
- 1/4 cup milk (to bind)
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract (for a hint of flavor)
- Red food coloring (for the vampiric hue)


1. Preheat your oven as per the instructions on the cake mix box.

2. Prepare the red velvet cupcake batter according to the cake mix instructions.

3. Line your cupcake tin with paper liners and fill each liner about two-thirds full with the red velvet batter.

4. Bake the cupcakes according to the cake mix instructions and let them cool completely.

5. While the cupcakes are cooling, create the "bloody" filling. In a small bowl, mix the raspberry jam with Charlie's Saucery Hot Sauce to create a fiery surprise. Adjust the hot sauce to your desired level of spiciness.

6. Once the cupcakes are cool, use a cupcake corer or a knife to make a small hole in the center of each cupcake. Fill the holes with the "bloody" jam mixture.

7. For the frosting, beat the unsalted butter until creamy. Gradually add the powdered sugar, milk, and vanilla extract. Add red food coloring to achieve the desired vampiric hue. Mix until smooth and well-colored.

8. Pipe or spread the red frosting on top of each cupcake to resemble the appearance of blood.

9. Optional: Use additional raspberry jam and Charlie's Saucery Hot Sauce to create a "bloody drizzle" effect on the frosting.

These "Vampire Bite Cupcakes" are sure to be a hit at your Halloween party. The fiery surprise in the filling, thanks to Charlie's Saucery Hot Sauce, adds a spooky twist to this classic treat. Enjoy, but beware of any lurking vampires! 🦇🍰🌶️

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