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Too cold to make a snowman outside? Gather the kids and create your own snowmen in the warmth of your kitchen!
Heat oven to 350°F. Place paper baking cups into 24 muffin pan cups; set aside.
Combine all cupcake ingredients in large bowl; beat at medium speed until well mixed.
Fill prepared muffin cups 2/3 full. Bake 18-20 minutes or until toothpick inserted into center comes out clean. Remove to cooling rack. Cool completely.
Place 3/4 cup butter into medium bowl; beat at medium speed until creamy. Add powdered sugar and vanilla; continue beating until well mixed. Add marshmallow crème; continue beating until well mixed. Frost 12 cupcakes. (The remaining 12 cupcakes can be eaten as is or frozen in a container with a tight-fitting lid for future use.)
Place coconut in shallow bowl, if desired. Roll edge of each frosted cupcake in coconut.
To create snowmen, use 1 marshmallow for head and 1 for body. Draw eyes and mouth on marshmallow head using black decorator gel. Using toothpick, poke hole into marshmallow for nose; insert small piece of gumdrop into hole. Draw buttons on marshmallow body using black decorator gel. To make scarf, cut 2 (2x1/2-inch) strips of fruit leather, make “V” shape notch in 1 end of each strip.
To assemble snowmen, place small amount of frosting on top of marshmallow body; place ends of 2 scarf pieces on frosting. Place small amount of frosting on scarf pieces; place marshmallow head on top. Create hat using decorator candies or gumdrops; attach to head using small amount of frosting.
Dietary Fiber: 0g
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