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Cookie Monster Cupcakes

Cookie Monster Cupcakes

Preparing muffins:

I turned on the oven to heat up. We sifted together the flour, cocoa, baking powder and baking soda.

I mixed the eggs with the powdered sugar, added the milk, oil, orange peel and mixed. I mixed with the dry ingredients, resulting in a fairly dense composition, which I distributed in the muffin papers placed in the cups of the tray (I filled them about 2/3). I put the tray in the oven on medium heat for 25-30 minutes, I checked with the toothpick if they were baked in the center, I took the tray out of the oven and let it cool, during which time I took care of the cream.

Cream preparation:

I put the egg whites with the sugar in a bowl and kept them on the steam bath, stirring with a pear-shaped wire (without beating them), until the sugar dissolved (about 5 minutes). Then I mixed them at medium to low speed (2-3 speed on a 6-speed mixer), until the egg whites turned into a hard meringue and cooled to room temperature. I gradually added a cube of butter, waiting for it to be well incorporated each time before adding the next cube. After the first cube of butter, the meringue will soften, along the way it will seem to cut, but still mixing, with the same speed, and only after adding the last cube of butter increasing the speed to the maximum, the cream will bind nicely and become a velvety and homogeneous mass. I added the vanilla extract and the dye and mixed quickly, several times, to homogenize. I transferred the cream to a smaller bowl and set it aside, during which time I prepared the muffins for assembly.

Assembly and decoration

I cut each muffin with a knife near the edge of the paper and inserted a cookie into the notch. Then I took them by the hand again and smeared them with a thin layer of cream on the entire surface I was going to "fur".

I put the cream in a bag to which I attached the grass duo (it is a top to decorate with many small holes) and I decorated the muffins with blue threads, in circular rows, from the edge to the center. For the eyes, I glued very small balls of black fondant on the white chocolate coins, pressing to cake. I dipped my eyes into the cream and the monsters were ready.

They can be consumed immediately. Store cold (refrigerator). As the composition is not very perishable, the shelf life can be extended up to a few days.

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I got 10 large muffins from the muffin composition; if we use a tray that has smaller cups, more come out (about 15 medium muffins).

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For the pupils, other materials can be used instead of sugar paste: black food marker, melted dark chocolate applied with a brush, small dark chocolate candies that stick with melted chocolate

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Because I don't have experience and I don't work very fast, I put small amounts of cream in my pocket (enough to decorate 2-3 cupcakes), because the cream heats up in my hand and will soften. I did not use the same posh when I applied the cream again, because there is a risk of the cream being cut.

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The bags can be reused, even if they are disposable, I wash them well with dishwashing detergent, rinse them and let them dry, then wipe them off with traces of water with a paper towel and store them in a box with cover.

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Thin pockets can give in to pressure, cracks appear at the joints where the contents come out; In this case, we put the posh, as it is, completely in another posh, which we cut at the end in such a way that the duo is free enough, so as not to embarrass us during the decoration.


Cookie Monster Cupcakes

"C" is for cookie and for cupcake, which is only the tip of the iceberg of what you'll get with this delicious dessert recipe. Cookie Monster Cupcakes are decorated to look like the beloved Sesame Street character. In fact, no cupcake would be complete without a small chocolate chip cookie sticking out of the frosting-made face! However, these cupcakes have a delicious center that's made of cookie dough, which is sure to surprise and delight anyone who takes a bite.

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I love Cookie Monster! I think he's hilarious. These cupcakes are probably meant for children, but I wouldn't be able to resist one.

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The book Jim Henson's Designs and Doodles explains Cookie Monster's origin as follows: "In 1966, Henson drew three monsters that ate cookies and appeared in a General Foods commercial [6] that featured three crunchy snack foods: Wheels, Crowns and Flutes. Each snack was represented by a different monster. The Wheel-Stealer was a short, fuzzy monster with wonky eyes and sharply pointed teeth.The Flute-Snatcher was a speed demon with a long, sharp nose and windblown hair.The Crown-Grabber was a hulk of a monster with a Boris Karloff accent and teeth that resembled giant knitting needles. " [7]

"These monsters had insatiable appetites for the snack foods they were named after. Each time the Muppet narrator, a human-looking fellow, fixes himself a tray of Wheels, Flutes and Crowns, they disappear before he can eat them. One by one, The monsters sneak in and zoom away with the snacks.Frustrated and peckish, the narrator warns viewers that these pesky monsters could be disguised as someone in your own home, at which point the monsters briefly turn into people and then dissolve back to monsters again. " [7]

As it turns out, these commercials were never aired - but all three monsters had a future in the Muppet cast. The "Crown-Grabber" was used in a sketch on The Ed Sullivan Show, in which he ruins a girl's beautiful day. Known from then on as the Beautiful Day Monster, he made a number of appearances on Sesame Street and The Muppet Show. The "Flute-Snatcher" turned into Snake Frackle, a background monster from The Great Santa Claus Switch and The Muppet Show. [ citation needed ]

In 1967, Henson used the "Wheel-Stealer" puppet for an IBM training film called Coffee Break Machine. In the sketch, called "The Computer Dinner", the monster (with frightening eyes and fangs) devours a complex coffee making machine as it describes its different parts. When he is finished, the machine announces the monster has activated the machine's anti-vandalism system, which contains the most powerful explosives known to man. The monster promptly explodes. This sketch was also performed in October 1967 on The Ed Sullivan Show. It was also later performed on the George Burns episode of The Muppet Show ' using the Luncheon Counter Monster. [ citation needed ]

Two years later, Henson used a similarly-designed and equally ravenous monster for three commercials selling Munchos, a Frito-Lay potato chip. This time, the puppet was called Arnold, the Munching Monster. After the three ads were produced, Henson had the opportunity to renew the contract. He chose not to, because at that point he was working on Sesame Street - and that monster puppet was moving on to the next stage in his career. [ citation needed ] According to Frank Oz, in a later routine the then unnamed monster won a quiz show and for winning was "given the choice of $ 10,000 cash, a new car, a trip to Hawaii, or a cookie." He took the cookie and from then on he was Cookie Monster. [8]

Cookie Monster, still unnamed, made his Sesame Street debut in the first episode, interfering with Kermit the Frog's "famous W lecture" by eating a model "W" bit by bit. He turns it into an "N," a "V," and finally an "I," to Kermit's frustration. He then tries to eat Kermit. [ citation needed ]

It was during the first season that Cookie Monster got his name and began using the growly vernacular (e.g., "Me eat cookie!") That would become part of his character. His signature song, "C Is For Cookie", was first aired during the 1971–72 season, and became one of the best-known songs from Sesame Street. [ citation needed ]

In 2006, in response to growing concerns about record levels of childhood obesity in the United States, Sesame Street began airing segments titled Healthy Habits for Life. In these segments, the Muppet characters of Sesame Street talk about healthy habits, such as eating properly and exercising. The Healthy Habits for Life segments spawned Internet rumors that Cookie Monster's name had been changed to Veggie Monster or would be taken off the show entirely. [9] [10]

In a 2007 appearance on Martha Stewart's TV program, Cookie Monster explained his new philosophy that "Cookies are a sometimes food." [11]

On February 10, 2008, NPR host Elizabeth Blair interviewed Cookie Monster for the All Things Considered segment In Character. He answered the Proust Questionnaire, as well as revealing some of his favorite and non-favorite things. [9] [12]

In a June 19, 2008, appearance on The Colbert Report, Cookie Monster again explained that "Cookies are a sometimes food." Colbert had asked agitatedly why Cookie Monster had "abandoned the pro-cookie agenda" and thus caused fruit to become the favorite snack of American children, according to a study Colbert had heard. Colbert criticized Cookie Monster for not wearing a cookie lapel pin. Cookie Monster also claimed to have "crazy times during the '70s and' 80s," referring to himself as "the Robert Downey Jr. of cookies." After eating a cookie to prove he still likes cookies, Cookie Monster asked if the Peabody Award, a round medallion on a small pedestal, was a cookie. [13] When Colbert returned to speak to Cookie Monster at the end of the show, the award had disappeared and Cookie Monster was wiping his mouth with a napkin. [13]

On November 24, 2010, Cookie Monster started a Facebook page as part of a campaign to host Saturday Night Live. [14] Though his bid to host Saturday Night Live failed, he was allowed to appear with Jeff Bridges when Jeff hosted the show and sang the Christmas song "Silver Bells". [15]

Rudman officially became Cookie Monster in Sesame Street's 2012 season (taped 2011). Oz continued to occasionally perform Cookie Monster until 2012. [16]

Various toys and other icons of the Cookie Monster have been produced over the years. The most obvious is a cookie jar, of which numerous types have been available.

Numerous children's books featuring Cookie Monster have been published over the years:

  • Happy Birthday, Cookie Monster
  • Cookie Monster's Kitchen
  • Cookie Monster's Christmas
  • A Cookie Gone Wrong - Monster's Story
  • Biggest Cookie in the World
  • Cookie Monster and the Cookie Tree
  • Cookie Monster's Good Time to Eat
  • Cookie Monster's Blue Book
  • Cookie Monster, Where are You?
  • Cookie Monster!
  • Cookie Monster's Activity Book
  • Monster Mammoth Color Cookie
  • Cookie Monster's Book of Cookie Shapes
  • Monster and the Surprise Cookie
  • Sesame Street: Wanted, the Great Cookie Thief

Familiar to generations of Sesame Street watchers, Cookie Monster is remembered for his gluttony and his deep, rumbly distinctive voice.

Immoderation Edit

In 1990 U.S. Budget Director Richard Darman wrote an introduction to the federal budget with a section "Green Eyeshades and the Cookie Monster" in which he called Cookie "the quintessential consumer," and the enormous budget "the Ultimate Cookie Monster."

As all monsters are, Cookie Monster is initially intimidating. His manner is gruff. His clumsiness occasionally causes damage. But quickly, Cookie Monster comes to be seen as benign — indeed, downright friendly. He has a few bad habits. He can’t resist gobbling up anything and everything that might be consumed, especially cookies. And he can't quite control the way he spews forth crumbs. He is the quintessential consumer. The budget, for all its intimidating detail, might be seen similarly: as the Ultimate Cookie Monster. . Its massive presence might be understood as little more than a compilation of cookies received, cookies crumbled, and crumbs spewed forth. Yet, apt though the Cookie Monster perspective may be, it does not suffice.

In the Food Network program Good Eats episode "Three Chips for Sister Marsha" (first aired December 13, 2000), a puppet named Maj. Wilfred D. Cookie who looks like a green version of Cookie Monster appears. Asked about his well-known "brother," he responds, "I told you never to mention that ruffian. All he knows about cookies is how to shovel them into his face." [19] In the Fox animated series Family Guy episode "Model Misbehavior", Cookie Monster is shown in a psychiatric hospital, repeatedly foiling drug rehab-styled efforts to cure his cookie addiction. [20]

Trekkie Monster in Avenue Q is loosely based on Cookie Monster.

We wanted his name to indicate that he was obsessed, like Cookie Monster is obsessed with cookies. So we used ‘Trekkie’ both because it sounded like ‘cookie’ and because Trekkies are, by definition, obsessive fanatics.

Music Edit

John Lennon's song "Hold On", recorded in 1970 (only a year later Sesame Street debuted), features Lennon shouting "Cookie!" in Cookie Monster's voice, in the middle of the instrumental break in an otherwise calm, quiet song. Ringo Starr, aware of Lennon's love for Cookie Monster, also screams "Cookie!" in Cookie Monster's voice in his song "Early 1970", released in 1971.

The guttural singing style in death metal bands is commonly (if facetiously) compared to Cookie Monster's low-pitched, gravelly voice. [22]

Entertainment Edit

In the Family Guy episode "Back to the Pilot", due to alterations in the past, Stewie thinks Cookie Monster could have invented Facebook in this timeline, he would have called it "Cookiebook". [23] In The Empire Strikes Back spoof "Something, Something, Something, Dark Side", Cookie Monster is cast as the Wampa. [24]

In another sci-fi related takeoff, the Star Wars spoof Hardware Wars features "Chewchilla the Wookiee Monster" in the role of Chewbacca. [ citation needed ]

Cookie Monster also appears in Mad, first in "Mouse M.D", a parody of House M.D., then as the main character in "Cookie Blue", a parody of Rookie Blue. [ citation needed ]

Apple Edit

When the Apple personal assistant Siri is asked the question, "what is zero divided by zero," Siri responds with the answer: "Imagine that you have zero cookies and you split them evenly among zero friends. How many cookies does each person get? See? It doesn't make sense. And Cookie Monster is sad that there are no cookies, and you are sad that you have no friends. " [25] [26]

On March 16, 2016, Apple released an ad titled "Timer" starring Cookie Monster, where he uses the "Hey Siri" feature in the iPhone 6S to set a timer and play an album while he waits for cookies to bake. [27]

Other Edit

A popular internet parody of The Great Wave off Kanagawa, titled "Sea is for Cookie", was created for a Reddit Adobe Photoshop competition. The piece features the wave with googly eyes and cookies in the crest, resembling Cookie Monster eating cookies. [28]

This article incorporates Creative Commons license CC-BY SA 3.0 text from the Muppet Wiki article "Cookie Monster".


Cookie Monster Cupcakes

& quotCookie Monster Cupcakes: Moist oreo cupcakes decorated to look like your favorite Sesame Street character. Easy to make, and loved by all ages! Have a Cookie Monster fan in your life? You & rsquove got to make these! They & rsquore also great for birthday parties, and school events. ALMOST too cute to eat! Cookie Monster is known for his love of cookies. (He might be the only person to love cookies more than me!). With these Cookie Monster Cupcakes, you get to bring Cookie Monster to life. Have you ever seen such cute cupcakes? They & rsquore simple to make too, no fancy fondant work required! & Quot

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How to Decorate Cookie Monster Cupcakes

Once your cupcakes are cooked and cooled on a wire rack, you can give Cookie Monster a mouth. Use a sharp, small paring knife and cut out a half-circle shape. Cookie Monster has a big mouth, so don&rsquot be afraid to go big!

Now it&rsquos time for the fun part! I used a buttercream frosting dyed Royal Blue with gel food coloring to get that Cookie Monster color for the icing. Cookie Monster&rsquos fur is kind of wild, which makes him fun and easy to decorate as a cupcake.

To achieve that wild, crazy fur look, I used a Grass Piping Tip and just let it be messy! Note: grass tips compared to a star tip can get a little clogged up as you frost, so keep a paper towel nearby and wipe it clean every now and then as you pipe.

Once all the wild furry frosting is done, it&rsquos time for the finishing touches. It wouldn&rsquot be Cookie Monster without a mouth full of cookies, right? I used Mini Chips Ahoy Cookies as well as Cookie Crisp Cereal for the extra cute and tiny cookies.

How to Make Cookie Monster Eyes for Cupcakes

For Cookie Monster&rsquos eyes, I used candy eyes from Wilton. I tried both the large and small eyes, and I thought the small eyes looked more like Cookie Monster.

There is a trick you can use to make store-bought candy eyes look a little more custom. Just flip the eyes over and on the plain white side, use an edible decorating pen to draw your own circles for the eyes.

Cookie Monster&rsquos eyes always look a little crazy (wild for those cookies!), so imperfect eyes, not perfectly aligned, are exactly what you&rsquore going for.


Monster Cookie Dough Cupcakes

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These cupcakes are an amazing combination of the flavors of my Trail Mix Granola Bars and the cookie dough I mentioned above. The cherry on top is that the frosting also has cream cheese mixed in, making these cupcakes an amazing, indulgent experience! They’re easy to make, even easier to frost if you use an ice cream scoop like I did and they will ensure you are the most popular person around.

Preheat oven to 350º. Using a stand mixer, whisk together butter and sugar until light, about 3 minutes. Add in peanut butter, mix to combine. Add eggs, vanilla and milk until well mixed.
Mix in flour and baking powder until just combined. Add in chocolate chips and peanuts and mix for just a couple of seconds until mixed in.


Using a 1/4 cup ice cream scoop or other measure, scoop batter into cupcake liners.
Bake for 20 minutes or until toothpick inserted comes out clean. Let cool on a wire rack.

For the frosting, use a stand mixer to cream the butter, cream cheese and peanut butter together.

Add in the brown sugar, vanilla, oats and flour. Add in the powdered sugar, until well mixed.
Finally add the M&Ms and Chocolate chips, until just combined. Using your 1/4 cup ice cream scoop, scoop out the cookie dough onto the cooled cupcakes.

Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Cupcakes topped with Monster Cream Cheese Cookie Dough Frosting! Full of M&Ms, peanut butter, brown sugar, oats and chocolate chips. Heaven in a bite!


Monster Cookie Dough Cupcakes

I am really sorry to have to do this to you, but I have the best cupcake recipe to share with you today. Break out your stretchy pants before you bake these Monster Cookie Dough Cupcakes up because these cupcakes are FAN-TAB-ULOUS! I just might sneak another because I know once Mr. Wishes gets a hold of them, only crumbs will remain.

If you like this recipe, come follow along on Instagram where I share all of my new ideas!

I had a hankering to make cupcakes the other day and I then realized something very sad: I have no cupcake recipes on my blog! How could this be?! I don’t know how I let this go on for so long but it’s about time to change that.

I’m so glad you’re here! Follow along on Pinterest for more inspiration!

These Monster Cookie Dough Cupcakes are amazing in every way. You have to really like peanut butter, obviously, because there is a good amount of peanut butter that goes into these cupcakes, as well as in the frosting. Peanut butter lovers will definitely double their pleasure with these.

Basically, this is a super moist and rich peanut butter cupcake, with chocolate chips, and monster cookie dough frosting to top it all off. The mini M&M’s for the frosting can be hard to find sometimes at the store, but you can buy them here!

If your frosting is runny, then you probably need to add a little more powdered sugar. Do not be afraid to add this extra powdered sugar to bring the consistency of the frosting to where you want it to be as far as thickness goes. You might also like my cookie dough bread! I also very highly recommend you try my no-bake chocolate chip cookie dough bars.

I have to say this is a keeper and will be made over and over again…


Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cupcakes

I’m sorry for doing this to you. Really, I am. I took my favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe in the world and combined it with a chocolate chip cookie dough FROSTING. The frosting is egg free and completely safe necessary to eat. You just found your new favorite way to eat a chocolate chip cookie, I promise.

You can literally see how soft they are! I love these little cookie cupcakes. And I can’t think of a better frosting for them than the actual cookie dough, can you? I didn’t think so.

Baking cookie dough in muffin/cupcake pans is actually easier than making actual cookies. There’s no spreading issues to fear and you’re guaranteed a thick result. Spreading is impossible when the cookie dough has no where to spread inside the cupcake tin. Make the cookie dough like usual and then press 1.5 Tablespoons of it into each tin. Be sure to use cupcake liners to make things extra easy. I love the ridged effect the liners give the cookie cupcakes, too. Oh and bonus: no dough chilling for this recipe!

As the cookie cupcakes cool, make your frosting. It’s safe-to-eat cookie dough in frosting form. The frosting uses the same ingredients in your typical cookie dough: softened butter, brown sugar, vanilla extract, flour, salt, and some milk. There are no eggs or leavening agents present – both ingredients used for the structure of a baked cookie. Well, you’re not baking the frosting – you’re just eating it. And it is GOOD. I use mini chocolate chips for the frosting because you get more chips with each bite and it makes the frosting easier to spread onto the cookie cupcake.

This cookie dough frosting is egg-free and can be made with heat-treated flour. Raw flour can be a carrier of E. coli unless it goes through a heating process to kill the bacteria. (Think about it– flour is usually baked in a recipe.)

How to Heat Treat Flour

Option 1 – Microwave

  1. You can heat treat your entire bag of flour or just treat the amount you need in a single recipe. If you’re heating just enough for the recipe, add an extra 1/2 – 1 cup to be sure you have enough.
  2. Place the flour in a microwave-safe bowl and heat on high for 30 seconds at a time, stopping and stirring after each. Stir well to make sure none of the flour burns. Use an instant-read thermometer to test the flour in several places to make sure it has reached 165°F (74°C). If you get a lower reading in one area, stir and heat for an additional 30 seconds until it’s all ready.
  3. Measure the amount of flour you need and use in the recipe, then let it cool completely.

Option 2 – Oven

  1. Preheat oven to 300°F (149°C). Spread more flour than the recipe calls for on an un-greased rimmed baking pan, such as a 9×13 inch baking pan or 9×9 inch baking pan. Then follow a process similar to the microwave method by stirring and checking the temperature at 2 minute intervals. Be sure to check multiple spots of the flour to make sure it has all reached 165°F (74°C).
  2. If some flour sticks to the bottom or sides of the pan, don’t worry, just leave it there. You used more flour than needed in the recipe anyway. Don’t scrape it off because it will add small clumps to your batter/dough.
  3. If your flour is really clumpy, your oven might be too hot. Break it up with your fingers or pour all the flour into a bowl and whisk it. Discard any chunks if necessary.
  4. Measure the amount of flour you need and use in the recipe, then let it cool completely.

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Cookie Monster Cupcakes Recipe (VIDEO)

Cookie Monster Cupcakes are a favourite in our baking recipes collection. Have fun with these and consider making our Lion Cake for your next celebration!

Popular treats like our Triple Caramel Chocolate Brownies, Lion Cake, Orange Polenta Cake and Lemon Polenta Cake are worth taking a look at! For a no fuss dessert, check the No Bake Chocolate Cake. For festive desserts your go to recipes are our Chocolate Ripple Wreath, Christmas Wreath Pavlova and 8 Egg Pavlova.

What a fun way to spend some time in the kitchen coming up with these. You will be Mum, Dad, Aunty, Uncle, Girlfriend, Boyfriend, Sister, Brother or mate of the Year!

We had a bake sale at work yesterday and I wanted to make something fun. I had made Cookie Monster Cupcakes in the past and they definitely ticked the fun box. We talk a lot about salads and veggies on Sweet Caramel Sunday, but I want you to find some recipes here that your kids will love as well!


Video: Krümelmonster Muffins. BakeClub (January 2022).