DIY: House Plant Cupcakes

Posted on April 12, 2013

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As I mentioned on Wednesday, I took inspiration from a recent gardening project to make a variety of house plant cupcakes. And it resulted in a whole bunch of cacti cupcake cuteness! Click below to check out a tutorial for these delectable edible house plants.
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Materials Needed:

  • A batch of pre-baked cupcakes
  • Frosting
  • Graham Crackers or Teddy Grahams®
  • Icing dye: Green, Yellow, Red
  • Fondant
  • Pastry bag
  • Icing tips: #352, #21, #102 (roses)

DIRECTIONS:

FOR THE CUPCAKE BASE:

houseplantcupcakediyStep #1: Bake your cupcakes. In an effort to not too realistically portray potted house plants, I decided to leave the liners on the cupcakes (instead of covering them in a clay fondant pot).These unbleached liners are great when going for a natural look.

Step #2: Once your cupcakes are baked, add some icing into a bowl and add green dye – I used the Wilton “Moss Green” dye for mine. As you can see from the photo, just a little dye is needed.

Step #3: Now for this step most people use graham crackers, but I love the honey flavor Teddy Grahams because they’re a bit lighter in color, which makes the dirt look more like sand (the look I was going for with these house plants). Process the teddy grahams in a food processor until semi-fine and transfer them to a bowl.

Step #4: Ice your cupcake and then dip it face-down into the bowl of processed grahams, making sure to completely cover your cupcake. Now, you have your base for all of your house plants. And, make sure to save your extra icing, because you’ll need it later!!

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Now, once you have your cupcakes iced and covered in “sand” you’ll be able to jump around the next sections, dependent on which plants you want to make.

FOR THE RIBBED CACTI CUPCAKES: 

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Step #1: For both of the ribbed cactus plants, you’ll want to make the cactus base with fondant. First, add your green dye to the fondant and work it a bit to blend. Make sure your surface (and your rolling pin!) is sprinkled with either confectioners sugar or corn starch to avoid the fondant from sticking.

Note: For any unused fondant, make sure to always cover your fondant in plastic, as it will dry out very quickly.

Step #2: For the taller cacti, I took one of my unfrosted cupcakes and cut out a rectangular shape of cake, which I then covered with fondant. For the smaller, round cacti, I just used a small ball of fondant for my base. Whichever style you’re going with, make sure to apply a bit of icing under your cactus, to keep it sturdy. For the taller cactus, I used a toothpick for extra stability.

Step #3: For this step, you’ll need icing tip #352 (typically for leaves). Using a pastry bag with your tip, add your leftover green icing and working with the tip parallel to the cactus, work in a linear pattern up towards the top of your cactus. Once you finish one line, you’ll want to make your next line immediately next to it, so that there aren’t any gaps in between the lines.

Step #4: Once you’ve made all your lines, you’re about set, but since you worked toward the top-center of your cactus, you’ll want to add a flower here. For this step, I don’t have photos because I had previously made a bunch of these roses for another cake I was working on, but there are amazing YouTube tutorials HERE and HERE that will show you exactly what to do. Once you have your flower, add it to the top of your cactus plant. You’ll need a piped pastry bag with either yellow or red buttercream icing to make them.

And for the cupcake with the leaves and the rose, I just molded those leaves out of the fondant.

ribbed cacti

FOR THE LEAFY PLANT CUPCAKE:

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Genius name, right?! I am no botanist, so apologies for the lack of proper verbiage here, but I thought leafy plants did it some justice.

Step #1: You may need to make some more icing if you’ve already used your leftovers. If so, do it up!

Step #2: Add your green icing to the pastry bag, using icing tip #21. Add a base of icing in a circular pattern – going up about 1.5 – 2″ from the center of your cupcake, dependent on your desired plant height. Once you’ve added your base icing, test out the tip a bit on a plate so you can see the pattern that comes out. You’ll notice that if your icing isn’t chill enough, it’ll be a bit runny.

Step #3: I made the other leafy cupcake (pictured in the photos at the beginning of the post) with less chilly icing, but for the plant pictured right above, you’ll want your icing to be very chill, so it’s a bit harder of a consistency. Remove the tip and refrigerate the bag of icing for 20-30 minutes to get this desired consistency. Step your cupcake with the icing base on it in the fridge as well, to allow it to harden.

Step #4: Pull your icing bag out of the fridge and working outwards, add your spiky leaves. There’s no great way to show this, you’ll just have to play around and become comfortable with how the icing tip and the icing work together. It may not be super easy, but don’t worry, you’ll be able to figure it out with a bit of practice! Just remember, if you want longer leaves, you’ll need the icing to be fresh out of the fridge and chill.
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FOR THE SUCCULENT CUPCAKE:

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For the succulent plant, I followed THIS awesome tutorial from Pixel Whisk. Basic steps are below.

Step #1: Just as directed with the ribbed cacti cupcakes, you’ll want to add green dye to fondant and work it to blend. Again, make sure your surface (and your rolling pin!) is sprinkled with either confectioners sugar or corn starch to avoid the fondant from sticking.

Step #2: Roll out your fondant so it’s about 1/8″ thick. Using these 3 various-sized flower cookie cutters, cut out different sizes of flowers. You can just do 1 of each or up to 2 of each size. 

Step #3: Once you have your flowers, pinch the corners to achieve the succulent leaf look. I’m sure there are better cookie cutters for this out there, but these are all I had on-hand at the time, which were easy to turn into succulent leaves with just the pinch of a finger. Once you’ve pinched the tips, place the flower molds into mini cupcake tins and let them sit out for a couple of hours uncovered to dry a bit in that shape.

Step #4: Take a small ball of fondant and make a few mini leaves for your center. I find it’s easiest to just mold these leaves by hand. I made 3 small leaves to wrap around my ball and then added 4 more leaves, just a little larger around my base to make up the center of the succulent.

Once you have your center, you’ll want to just stack your flowers by size. Use a bit of water in between each layer to stick the fondant layers to each other.

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And now you have yourself some house plant cupcakes! How great would these be for a house warming party!?

139 thoughts on “DIY: House Plant Cupcakes”

  1. Jenny Holiday
    June 29, 2013

    These are just so so so FUN!! :)
    xo

    Reply
  2. hollymaguire12
    July 03, 2013

    wow! they are awesome!

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  3. élise*
    July 03, 2013

    Wonderful!

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  4. sugaranddinosaurs
    July 03, 2013

    This is fantastic!

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    • alanajonesmann
      July 03, 2013

      thanks so much! xx

      Reply
  5. Isla
    July 03, 2013

    Awesome! :)

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  6. foodnerd4life
    July 04, 2013

    These look so cool! I really want to make them this weekend :-)

    FoodNerdx

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  7. Em
    July 04, 2013

    these are adorable but i would never in a million years be able to make them myself

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    • alanajonesmann
      July 07, 2013

      i think you could!

      Reply
  8. Julie Tucker-Wolek
    July 05, 2013

    Fabulous!!! Pinning these!!

    Reply
  9. knitanything
    July 06, 2013

    Brilliant tutorial – so unique! Also wanted to say it’s great to visit a blog that doesn’t take forever to load!

    Reply
    • alanajonesmann
      July 07, 2013

      well, that’s good to hear because i was thinking just the other day that it was taking too long to load! ha

      Reply
  10. The Cake Tart
    July 07, 2013

    These are amazing! They’ve given me some great ideas, a mexican themed party being the first! Thanks for sharing.
    Amber

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    • alanajonesmann
      July 07, 2013

      makes my day hearing that! thanks so much!

      Reply
  11. Arlene Coleman
    July 08, 2013

    Very clever!

    Reply
  12. krista winters
    July 12, 2013

    These are incredible! I love them!

    Reply
  13. Harpy Art
    July 16, 2013

    Good work on the write-up/how-to. Creative concept and beautiful end product! I’m planning to employ your techniques on a cake for my girlfriend (succulent garden cake!). Had you ever considered using with marzipan instead of fondant? I’m vegetarian so the gelatin in fondant is a turn off. Considering coloring/sculpting it in the same fashion!

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    • alanajonesmann
      July 16, 2013

      I don’t have too much experience with marzipan, but modeling chocolate would also do the trick!

      Reply
  14. cococakecupcakes
    July 16, 2013

    these are the CUTEST CUPCAKES. fantastic idea, gorgeous photos and great tutorial! thanks for sharing, alana!

    Reply
  15. Holly
    July 17, 2013

    These are incredible!!

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    • alanajonesmann
      July 17, 2013

      thanks so much!! xx

      Reply
  16. Alycia
    July 18, 2013

    these are amazing and beautiful!! i’ve never seen anything like that before. :)

    Reply
  17. Sara Zimbelman
    July 18, 2013

    Your idea was adorable and appropriate for my green thumb friends

    Reply
  18. Mollie
    July 22, 2013

    Whoa, these are totally gorgeous and your pictures are so great. It looks like it took hours to make these and the post..how did you get such pretty, consistent lighting???

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    • alanajonesmann
      March 13, 2014

      just shot them on a table next to my kitchen window in the afternoon, so the lighting wasn’t too harsh. lighting is always tricky though!

      Reply
  19. Jennifer Holleyman
    August 21, 2013

    Love the idea and the post…thanks!

    Reply
  20. The Sill
    September 03, 2013

    Absolutely obsessed! Hope you don’t mind if we share this!
    xx, http://www.thesill.com

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    • alanajonesmann
      September 04, 2013

      not at all! appreciate it! thanks so much!

      Reply
  21. Dominique Paolini
    September 04, 2013

    These are great. Thinking Cinco de Mayo party.

    Reply
  22. Jennifer B.
    September 18, 2013

    Wow…what a beautiful job you did!

    Reply
  23. Margaret
    September 18, 2013

    Awestruck!

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  24. Hope
    September 19, 2013

    I’m in awe!! Love these!

    Reply
  25. Grønn fryd hos Monique
    September 19, 2013

    Extraordinary!

    Reply
  26. Brenda Senseney
    October 13, 2013

    Live in New Mexico the southwest and just loved the creativity of the cupcakes, will try to duplicate them .

    Reply
  27. Gastronomadas MX
    December 24, 2013

    awesome work, =) I wanna eat these cupcakes

    Reply
  28. boschka
    January 15, 2014

    Beautiful !! Thank you !! :)

    Reply
  29. michelle
    February 18, 2014

    looks wonderful…….

    Reply
  30. Sharon Lucchesi
    February 27, 2014

    How did you make the one in the back the conophytum? Looks like the real deal!

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    • alanajonesmann
      March 13, 2014

      check out the comments below – included a little instruction for that one!

      Reply
  31. Robin @ Redo It Yourself Inspirations
    February 28, 2014

    So shared this. Amazing.

    Reply
  32. Erna du Toit
    March 01, 2014

    This is absolutely extraordinarily beautiful! Alana, you are a master! I would never be able to eat it though. They are just too gorgeous. Congratulations on something totally unique and super special!

    Reply
    • alanajonesmann
      March 13, 2014

      that is so very kind! thank you!! xx

      Reply
  33. Vivian
    March 01, 2014

    This is such a clever idea. Those cupcakes are adorable.

    Reply
  34. eileensideways
    March 03, 2014

    those are so flippin adorable!

    Reply
  35. Justine
    March 05, 2014

    Really nice, love it !

    Reply
  36. Henrique
    March 05, 2014

    It is a shame you are not in London… I would definitely order some. Fantastic cupcakes!

    Reply
  37. bonnieeng
    March 05, 2014

    These are so clever! You’ve done such a beautiful job! Thanks for sharing!!!

    Reply
  38. Cindy @ Elgin Harvest
    March 05, 2014

    If you’re wondering where all the hits are coming from, your cupcakes were shared on reddit. They look fantastic and I don’t even like cupcakes!

    Reply
  39. IFeelCook
    March 06, 2014

    These are so cool!!

    Reply
  40. Cacica Iyansá
    March 07, 2014

    Now these look like they are pretty easy to make and look great, I bet they would take great if you made them with devils food cake, it would kind of taste like a s’more, chocolate, graham crackers and the marshmallow fondant.

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  41. Diana Walker
    March 07, 2014

    So cute, and they look like so much fun to make.

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  42. linda karosic
    March 07, 2014

    They look delightful!

    Reply
  43. arlene
    March 08, 2014

    absolutely adorable

    Reply
  44. Gary
    March 08, 2014

    You did GOOOOOOD!!!! I’m wondering on the first one if you could make the core a carved piece of cake or rice crispy treat formed. I don’t really care for fondant, much less that much of it, but not sure if anything else would work as well. Thank you for the ideas; my brain is racing thinking of when I can make some…lol Thank you!

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    • alanajonesmann
      March 13, 2014

      rice krispie treat would totally work as well!

      Reply
  45. auspinay
    March 08, 2014

    wow love it.

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  46. Michelle
    March 08, 2014

    Seriously Awesome!! These baked in small terra cotta pots would be to die for!!

    Reply
  47. Nellie Van Huet Brissette
    March 08, 2014

    what a great idea my Dad would have loved these since he grew cacti

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    • Jenn Crockett
      March 09, 2014

      My Mom loved succulents too!
      @ Allana, such beautiful work!!

      Reply
  48. Mary Ann McCaffery
    March 08, 2014

    These are beautiful!

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  49. Debra
    March 08, 2014

    You did a wonderful job! I want to try them too.Thank you so much for your directions, they are very simple to follow. I hope you will so more of these projects. Again, Thank you, very much!

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    • alanajonesmann
      March 13, 2014

      thank YOU for checking them out! really means a lot!

      Reply
  50. melissa henley
    March 09, 2014

    What a great way to think out of the box .It is wonderful .

    Reply
  51. missgustos
    March 10, 2014

    I love it!!!! Congrats for your post!! It’s amazing!
    The cactus I have at home always die, at least I can eat those!
    : D

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  52. Nana
    March 10, 2014

    wow! amazing work. makes me think about some cacti I killed some years ago *g* maybe I should make my own, they won’t die :D

    Reply
  53. Lu Ann
    March 11, 2014

    Simply amazing. I might have to make my own succulent cupcakes for my birthday. You’re a rock star!

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    • alanajonesmann
      March 13, 2014

      awww thanks so much!

      Reply
  54. Ashley Polonowski
    March 11, 2014

    Could you do a tutorial on the cute one with the white dots in back? And do you think cake pops or mini cake pops would work as a substitute for the fondant balls?

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    • alanajonesmann
      March 13, 2014

      it’s practically impossible to show how to do that icing technique in a photo. basically you want to pipe small dollops of buttercream with an open star tip onto wax paper (before assembling them onto your cupcake). Before the buttercream sets, add 2 white sprinkles to the center of each one and then place them in the fridge to set. Assemble a cupcake similar to the tall cacti and then add a layer of buttercream icing and position your little dollops before the buttercream sets. hope that helps! xx

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  55. Sylvie
    March 13, 2014

    It’s just amazing, congrats !! C’est magnifique, bravo :)

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    • alanajonesmann
      March 13, 2014

      thank you so much!

      Reply
  56. monaco
    March 14, 2014

    Juste tres beau et presque dommage de les manger! Vous etes une artiste ! Bravo.

    Reply
  57. Kailani
    March 17, 2014

    These are adorable!

    Reply
  58. kittengirlclub
    March 19, 2014

    Omg! This is incredible! The most adorable food I have ever seen!
    http://kittengirlclub.com/

    Reply
  59. Isabelle
    March 20, 2014

    This is so cute!! <3

    Reply
  60. Mafalda
    March 20, 2014

    One word: amazing!
    Mafalda ❤
    http://mafaldadotzero.blogspot

    Reply
    • alanajonesmann
      March 20, 2014

      thanks so much!

      Reply
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  62. Chene
    March 24, 2014

    Awesome! Thank you!

    Reply
  63. connie chartier
    April 05, 2014

    My daughter just sent me this link! I belong to a garden club and can not wait until the next meeting to present these to the group. Thank you so much.

    Reply
  64. lucky
    April 06, 2014

    excellent,awesome

    Reply
  65. k. venkata ramana murthy
    April 06, 2014

    i have seen many preparation on your web site really-it is one of art for eating people generally present generation youngsters-like your Delicious new choice food . actually i would like see you.

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  66. Lola
    April 11, 2014

    wish me luck! I’m going to try to make these for my daughter baby shower. She’s having her party at a succulent garden. If they come out even have as adorable as your I will be thrilled.

    Reply
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    April 18, 2014

    Wow! what a fantastic idea , I loved it, thanks for your sharing.

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    April 28, 2014

    impressionnant!!

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  90. ana bertha valencia sanchez
    June 16, 2014

    hola! hoy abri

    esta pagina y quede fascinada me encantaron los cup cakes

    decorados como cactus¡ también preparo algunos. pero estos me fascinaron!!!!!
    felicidades¡¡¡¡¡¡

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  101. ptang0114
    July 10, 2014

    They look amazing!

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  102. Justyna
    July 25, 2014

    wow!! it’s soooo cool ! great job :)

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    • alanajonesmann
      July 30, 2014

      thank you so much!

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  103. Polly Cheung
    August 05, 2014

    You are great, super..

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  104. April
    August 20, 2014

    Love love love it. For the tall ribbed cacti Could you sub half a Twinkie or a ho ho? Or would that be to big

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    […] the realistic cacti cupcakes created by baker Alana Jones-Mann. She has a tutorial on her website HERE in case you want to try making some yourself. Granted yours will not look as good, but at least you […]

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  112. cupcakesum jardim de guloseimas!!! | MUNDO FASHION
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    […] Alana vive em Nova York, mais precisamente no Brooklyn, e compartilha várias invencionices em seu blog (em inglês). A receita dos cupcakes, inclusive, está por lá.  […]

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    November 03, 2014

    […] 出典 alanajonesmann.com […]

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  114. » ¡INCREÍBLE! CUPCAKES QUE PARECEN CÁCTUS
    November 13, 2014

    […] realista y llenos de color  que además podéis aprender a realizar en el blog de esta artista neoyorkina si os gusta cocinar tanto como a nosotros. Pero tranquilos, si no os […]

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    November 18, 2014

    […] サボテンのカップケーキ(http://alanajonesmann.com/2013/04/diy-house-plant-cupcakes/) 12: 名無しさん@おーぷん 2014/11/17(月)21:25:34 ID:LzIMvHKV2 […]

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  116. DIY Napkin rings and thanksgiving tabletop idea
    November 19, 2014

    […] later to help me create a Thanksgiving tabletop idea I’ve been dreaming up (since she is the queen of cupcake toppers, after all), and the end result is kind of blowing my mind! To bring a little extra handmade […]

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    November 25, 2014

    […] 11:名無しさん@おーぷん: 2014/11/17(月)21:22:46ID:LzIMvHKV2 サボテンのカップケーキ(http://alanajonesmann.com/2013/04/diy-house-plant-cupcakes/) […]

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  118. Create Mini Plant Cupcakes – Good Housekeeping
    December 03, 2014

    […] For step-by-step instructions, click here […]

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  119. Melissa Trudeau
    December 11, 2014

    […] cupcakes online and saw the most adorable little cupcakes made to look like potted cacti – DIY Houseplant Cupcakes. THAT was it! This is what I would be doing! I’m sure mine won’t turn out as pretty, but I […]

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    December 11, 2014

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