These white chocolate cupcakes with vanilla & blackberry buttercream roses taste amazing and look even better. Despite looking ridiculously impressive, the buttercream roses are actually easy and quick to make, even if you haven’t made them before. There’s also a gluten free option!
Do you have a go-to recipe? You know, one that you always turn to when you need to quickly whip up something delicious and impressive? Yep, me too. There are quite a few actually, and every single one is a favourite.
These amazing blueberry cupcakes with blueberry buttercream are guaranteed to impress. The recipe is quick and easy, but the results are mind-blowing! All you need is half an hour and minimal piping skills. The cupcakes have the perfect ratio of creamy buttercream to fluffy cupcake, and the blueberry flavour comes through in every bite.
I’m sure I’ve said it before, but cupcakes are awesome. They are these little heaps of everything cute and dainty and sweet (in every sense of the world), and they are the best dessert if you want to impress everyone. Cupcakes get all of the “Ohh”s and “Ahh”s out of people, with quite a few “Wow”s and “You’re so talented!” thrown in.
These white chocolate cupcakes with blueberry buttercream will impress both with their flavour and their appearance. The blueberry and white chocolate flavours complement each other beautifully, and the textures are just as exceptional – with the cupcakes being soft and moist, and the buttercream fluffy and creamy. This white chocolate cupcake recipe is super reliable, easy and quick – just the way we like it!
Cupcakes are one of those ridiculously photogenic desserts that always look insanely appetising and dainty and pretty… so long as you get the piping kinda right. And let me tell you, piping the buttercream in a way that doesn’t look like an elephant has sat on it is damn difficult with too small piping nozzles.
Elegance meets quirkiness in these Christmas tree cinnamon cupcakes. A winner in both taste and looks, they will win over children and adults alike, while being incredibly simple to make. Think fluffy cinnamon cupcakes, light-as-a-cloud vanilla buttercream, and crunchy pops of chocolate goodness from the colourful decorations. Christmas trees have never tasted so good.
This is the second recipe in the series ‘The Loopy Christmas 2016’ (all recipes in this series can be found in the recipe index under ‘Christmas’) – watch this space for more Christmas yumminess. Missed the first recipe? Check out these adorable Rudolph Mexican hot chocolate cupcakes!
I take making cupcakes incredibly seriously. Sometimes (okay, okay… often) too seriously – it’s either the perfectionist or the scientist in me (but probably both). Let’s just say that in making these beauties tweezers were involved. Yes, I’m sure (and hope) that the decorations on the buttercream Christmas trees look incredibly effortless.