Activity Days – Cupcake Competition

The Activity Days girls have been begging to do a cooking competition.  But, since it’s against church rules to “cook” in the kitchen (food warming and preparing only) I thought it would be fun to do a cupcake decorating competition.  These girls love anything that has to do with sugar!

So I baked around forty cupcakes and my activity day partner bought a ton of “toppings”.  We filled up that chip and dip tray that’s in the middle of the table with candy.  I should have taken a picture when they first started.  It was {FULL} of candy.  I’m pretty sure they ate half of it while they were decorating!  You should have seen these girls by the end of the activity – they were bouncing off the walls!

Each girl decorated four cupcakes.  Once they were done they lined them up on the counter top.   I held up a plate and let the girls vote on their favorite group of cupcakes.  Of course, there really wasn’t a winner.

It was a fun activity!

Activity Days is an LDS activity for eight to eleven year old girls.

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3 Responses to Activity Days – Cupcake Competition

  1. Carlee says:

    Oh how fun, I think my girls would love this! I have been trying to think of an activity that involves some sort of food… I have been thinking cake pop’s, but this seems like it would be more their speed. And, we have not forgot about you, sorry we are bad pen pals, we just have been so busy.


  2. Alicia says:

    Love, Love , Love the cupcakes!
    I awarded you The Versatile Blogger Award…come check it out!

  3. crystal says:

    I would change “Activity Days is an LDS activity for eight to eleven year old girls” to Activity Days is an LDS SPONSORED activity for eight to eleven year old girls as a way to learn values, morals, skills, and make friends. Call your local bishop to find out when the next one is your daughter could attend. Find that information here (with a link to the locate ward function on the website). Just a thought to make your already great missionary tools a little more inviting 🙂 love the ideas on your blog!

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