If you’ve ever wondered how you can pipe with multiple colours, this is how you can do exactly that. Even better you can do it without using anything fancier than you would to pipe a rose or whatever shape you have a piping tip for. You can also use this method to pipe multiple colours,Continue reading “How To Pipe A Two-Toned Rose Cupcake”
For a simple cupcake that tastes great and looks like you put more effort in than you did, these chocolate orange swirl cupcakes have got your back. I find this chocolate cake recipe always works really well even when it’s vegan as well as gluten free. All I did was add a bit of orangeContinue reading “Chocolate Orange Gluten Free Vegan Cupcakes”
There’s something so satisfying about piping icing and a rosette cake has loads of it. Is the cake half icing? Maybe. For my first attempt at an ombre rosette cake it could have turned out worse, but I think I could make it neater next time.
Sugar glass when smashed and cracked is great for making crystals on a geode cake or shards on a spooky cupcake, alternatively the glass can be directly poured and left as a sheet of glass for water or mirror designs. Not only is sugar glass a dynamic tool for decorating, but it’s tasty too, sinceContinue reading “Sugar Glass For Cake Decorating”
Lemon cupcakes brushed with a tart syrup to contrast the creamy raspberry buttercream. This combination of lemon with raspberry really does remind me of a raspberry lemonade in the summer.
These sugar biscuits actually hold their shape when baked! Making them ideal for fun shapes to ice, which is especially amazing in a gluten free recipe. I have successfully made these biscuits vegan before, by using flaxseed instead of egg, which gives the biscuits a cute speckled look that suits the cinnamon flavour.
I love chocolate as a flavour, but sometimes you need a lighter cupcake, with a summery taste. When an airy cake is called for, this is my go-to lemon cupcake.
If you want some sugar love all you need is cake pops, and maybe a bunch more biscuits, sweets and chocolate. It’s a bit late for Valentine’s Day now but I’m going to tell you about what I made for my Valentine (and half the office) anyway!
Salted caramel may be one of the most delicious flavours out there, it’s certainly one of the most popular flavours over the past few years. For some reason add salt to your caramel and it feels more grown-up. I think it must be because the salt balances out taste, curbing the sweetness of the caramel.
I love almond as a flavour, in general anything made from ground almonds has a beautiful gooey texture that feels super indulgent. I know it’s one of those tastes that some people don’t like, but if you do then this is the free from recipe for you.