Bold, beautiful, and tasty, these Edible Flower Cupcakes will be sure to impress. No longer do you have to worry about delicate piping of the frosting or making cute little designs in the icing. After smearing the top with a delicious butter cream frosting, just sprinkle a few edible flowers on top for that wow factor. Everything about making these cupcakes is as easy as 1-2-3. The recipe itself is for a simply scrumptious vanilla cupcake and the butter cream frosting is equally as simple. Try baking up a batch today.
Source Martha Stewart
Want a novel way to present your cupcakes? Then this coffee filter flower arrangement could be just what you are looking for. Itís a lovely, easy way of turning your cupcakes into brilliant blooming flowers, using coffee filters and food colouring. The cleverness behind this idea lies in its simplicity, and its ability to be adapted depending on your intended recipients. These would make an excellent anniversary gift or birthday present. Who wouldn’t want to receive a bouquet of bright, beautiful flowers (that also happen to contain your favourite delicious cupcake)?
Source Cup-e-Cake Gang
The most important part of these cupcakes is the buttercream frosting. The cupcakes are made of a basic vanilla batter, consisting of milk, vanilla extract, salt, eggs, sugar, butter, flour and baking powder. After they have baked and cooled, the fun begins — piping on the buttercream frosting so that it resembles flower petals. Put a chocolate candy in the center of each and voila! You have a pretty springtime treat to serve to your guests.
Source Martha Stewart
Who’s up for some very colorfully decorated cupcakes? Right: everyone. These flower cupcakes are actually simple to make, as the batter consists of standard vanilla cupcake ingredients, with the exception of sour cream and cornstarch. The frosting is where the fun comes in. Make homemade cream cheese icing (cream cheese, butter, sugar and vanilla extract) and then divide it into batches. Tint each a different color, and then add matching sprinkles. Simple and tasty!
Source Smitten Kitchen
Vanilla almond cupcakes topped with cream cheese frosting, then decorated to look like mums (the flowers, not your mother) are the perfect things to serve at any spring function. Not only do they look harder to make than they really are, but they look almost too good to eat — until you take that first tasty vanilla, marshmallow and cream cheese-infused bite and find yourself inhaling the rest. How are the flower toppers made? Easy, by slicing the marshmallows diagonally and sprinkling them liberally with sugar.
Source Gimme Some Oven
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