Hey guys it's Ro! Welcome to another Nerdy Nummies! Today we're gonna be doing something a little bit weird I've been playing the game Tofu Hunter, it's a Flash Game on the computer, and I thought, "Okay, I'm gonna have to make like

camo-cupcakes for this, it's so cool!" I want to do something hunting-themed and there are so many hunting games out there I played Oregon Trail growing up and there was a hunting part of that and there's Duck Hunt, and there's Deer Hunter, so today we are gonna be making Deer Hunter Camo Cupcakes! Let's get started! The things you will need will be a white box cake- If you don't have a box-cake, just use your favorite white-cake recipe, whatever one you like! This recipe calls for 4 eggs, and we're just gonna be using the egg-whites, and then 1 1/4 Cup of water, a 1/3 Cup of vegetable oil and some chocolate-melts- Yum, yum, yum! You also need some plastic baggies, if you don't have these fancy ones, that's okay you can just use a regular Ziploc Bag And you'll need 4 food coloring dyes: Black, green, brown and ivory for our camo colors, a cupcake tray and little paper-liners- I'm using brown ones

And you'll need a big mixing bowl and you can either use a stand-mixer or an electric mixer, or your hand! All right, let's put it all together! You're gonna pooooooour in your cake-mix into the bowl, just make sure it's a white-cake cuz we're gonna dye the batter different colors You're gonna add your water Ooooooopp! Add the oil

Now the eggs bewp, bewnbewp! Now we're gonna add our 4 egg-whites Nuuuurrrrooooop! And then we're gonna mix it up until everything is combined, it takes about 2 minutes on a medium speed Boo-bup! Boo-bup! Boo-doop! Boo-dup! Hahaheha! *snorts* HahaI snapped my neck! Once your batter's all mixed up, we're gonna pour it into 4 bowls evenly, and then we're gonna dye it the 4 different camo-colors Sooo I'm just gonna eyeball it, doesn't have to be perfect Oh god my arm! My arm! Huhh, hehhh! Uhhh

it's heavy! It's so heavy! Aaaahahhh! Biceps! Ahhhuhhhhhhhh

Now that we've got the batter separated into our 4 bowls, you're just gonna take a few drops of food coloring dye and put 'em into each bowl until it's the color you want! We just finished dying all of our batter the different camo-colors and now we're gonna take your plastic baggies and we're gonna fill 'em up! I'm just sticking 'em into a cup and then you fold the sides down so they look like this

makes it easy to transfer Then you're just gonna pick up a batter, pour it into the baggietake the little elastic "hair-jobber"

tie it on tightand then you're gonna do this to all of them! Once you got your batter into your little baggies, individual baggies, what we're gonna do- This might get a little messy so I put down a plate with a paper towel on it, and we've got our cupcake trays ready to go You're just gonna snip the tip, a reeeeally small one at the end of each one, and you're just gonna make little camouflage dots all over

We're gonna put oooone, twoooooo, three Then you're gonna just keep alternating your different colored batter, putting them in between and keep filling your cupcake trays until they're about 2/3 full! Once you got your cupcake trays filled, they should look a little bit like this Look at that! Super camo, they look so cool! You're gonna give it a little tap on the table, to let our batter sit and then you're gonna heat your oven to 350 and we're gonna bake our cupcakes for 18 minutes! While our cupcakes are baking, we're gonna make our deer decorations out of our melting-chocolates! You can heat these up on the stove or in the microwave, whatever you'd like, and you're just gonna put it into a little baggie, and I've got a Number 2 tip here at the end And then heeere I've got a cookie sheet, a piece of wax-paper, and this little deer-head template! I made this in Photoshop I just found a little deer icon on the Internet and then I made this template I'll put a link down below if you wanna use the same template that I made

And then you're just gonna stick it here onto the cookie sheet, tape it down with a little bit of tape Then, take your wax-paper, put it on top and tape it down Now you're just gonna trace your little deer designs with your melted chocolate Take your time, and it's okay if you mess up! Doesn't have to be perfectjust resembling a deer head! Once you got your chocolate deers all ready, we're gonna stick these in the freezer for 10 minutes to let them setand while they are in the freezer, we are gonna be making some camo-swirl frosting for our cupcakes! Now we are gonna make camo-swirl frosting and what you're gonna do is take buttercream frosting and dye it the same colors that we made the batter So I've dyed the buttercream green, blackbrown

and this kinda beige color And I've put them in 4 individual bags because we are gonna be putting them together into a jumbo bag! I've seen this done before, this is my first time This is like when you go to McDonald's and you get a chocolate-vanilla swirl ice cream Umm Only we're gonna swirl four colors, instead of the two

So we've got this big, jumbo plastic bag and the tip at the end is just like a tooth-jagged star tip, I don't know the name of it And I've put a piece of tape at the bottom covering it so that when I put the frosting in, it won't come out of the bottom So I'm just gonna stick it in here- I found a big vase, so just use anything around the kitchen that you have, then what we're gonna do is take a pair of scissorsand snip the tip of each bag You can re-use the bags from the last one, that's fine too! And you're gonna

hold 'em like thisput 'em in there together and squeeeeze out the colors! Okay, that got really messy, but I got all of the frosting in the bag and it's OK if it's not perfect It's camo! It can blend And so I'm gonna set this aside Here are our cupcakes, they just finished baking! Make sure they've had plenty of time to cool before you frost them, you don't want your frosting to melt! Andlook how cool they look! Now we're just gonna make a swirl of frosting on the top of each of them Now you're gonna take your chocolate deer heads out of the freezer, stick 'em on top in the frosting and we're allll done! Ta-daaaa! Here are The Deer Hunter Cupcakes we made! They turned out so good! I'll put a link in the description to that silly Flash Game that I've been playing, "Tofu Hunter" if you guys are interested in checking it out! I really like these camo-cupcakes because you can theme them for all sorts of video games from hunting to army-games like "Call Of Duty"- They're really good for birthday parties I hope you guys liked it! If you have any other suggestions for any other Nerdy Nummies, please let me know! Leave me a comment down below and I'll do my best to make it happen! Alsooooo, I'll post lots of pictures of these little Deer Hunter Cupcakes on my Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and, if you guys make these camo-cupcakes, please send me a picture! I love re-posting them and re-blogging them, I get a big kick out of seeing your baking creations, just makes my day! All right, thanks again you guys, buhr-byeee! Chick-chickpowwwww! Hey! We're ready, come get it! Neeer-nah neeeer-neee! Neee-nah neee-neee! Neee-nah-neeee neeee! Ohmurrready comeuhget-itneee-nah neerrr-nerrrr, nearrrrr-nee nearr-nearrr Hahahaha- I'm sorry

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