This coconut buttercream is silky smooth, not too sweet as your traditional buttercream, with just a subtle hint of velvety condensed coconut milk. It pipes incredibly smoothly in the brightest colours you can imagine. Use it with my Chocolate Coconut Mini Cupcakes recipe for a chocolate coconut indulgence.
If you have ever wondered how two tone buttercream roses are made, then this is the tutorial for you. You only need two to three colours in gradient shades for a more natural look. A stable frosting such as Buttercream as shown in this tutorial video and a piping tip such as a Wilton tip […]
This Irish Cream Buttercream is extra smooth, rich in sweet Irish cream flavour. It is perfect for piping cupcakes, covering and layering cakes. You can also achieve beautiful bright colours due to its similarity to traditional buttercream. Use it as a delicious topping on my Baileys Irish Cream Cupcakes for a perfect St Patrick’s Day […]
Similar to my Pink Ombre Cupcakes, these beautiful Blue Ombre Cupcakes are easy to re create. In this demonstration I used my silky smooth Italian Buttercream recipe and my moist Dutch Chocolate Cupcakes recipe. You can use any other frosting that is stable and makes it easy to pipe along with a tasty cupcake recipe.
These gorgeous Pink Ombre Cupcakes are simple to make. You will need an easy to pipe frosting and a delicious cupcake recipe. Four piping tips of your choice and only one food colouring to create the Ombre effect which in French means “shaded” or in other words the gradual blending of colours within the same […]