Archive for March, 2010

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Blueberry and Lemon Cupcake Recipe

Using yellow cornmeal gives these cupcakes a distinctive texture with an almost crispy bite and a gloriously rich color.  Studded with juicy blueberries and topped with a rich, zesty cream cheese frosting, they offer the perfect pairing of light, fresh fruit and rich, creamy indulgence.  Mouthwearing! BLUEBERRY AND LEMON CUPCAKES 1/3 cup fine-ground yellow cornmeal […]

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Orange and Poppyseed Cupcake Recipe

Orange and poppyseed are a classic combination in these lusciously simple, tangy cupcakes.  The luxuriously creamy macarpone topping adds just the right edge of indulgence to the delicate citrus sponge speckled with tiny black poppyseeds.  You might even convince yourself that these were fruity enough to have for breakfast! ORANGE AND POPPYSEED CUPCAKES 1 stick […]

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Creamy Coconut Cupcake Recipe

Sweet with coconut and tangy with lime, these golden cupcakes with their snowy-white, ruffled tops look stunning arranged on colored plate.  Serve them midmorning with coffee, midafternoon with tea, or after dinner as a dessert.  They are very easy to make and yet look so delightful that everyone will want to tuck in. CREAMY COCONUT […]

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Lavender Cupcake Recipe

Subtly scented with lavender, these golden, buttery cupcakes are deliciously simple with an understated elegance, so they’re perfect for serving midafternoon with a cup of tea.  The fragrant taste of the lavender flowers gives the cupcakes an elusive hint that you can’t quite put your finger on. LAVENDER CUPCAKES 1/2 cup granulated sugar 1/4 teaspoon […]

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Cherry and Marzipan Cupcake Recipe

Dense and almondy with a sticky, chewy marzipan center, these sweet little cupcakes are the ideal choice for anyone with a sweet tooth who also likes the strong flavor of almonds.  Pack a few in a pretty box as a gift for a sweet-toothed friend and watch them disappear in no time. CHERRY AND MARZIPAN […]

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Wedding CupCakes

Who wants an old-fashioned tiered wedding cake when you could have a mountain of these pretty white wedding cupcakes instead? I like the white look when it comes to decorations, but you can add food coloring, flowers, or ribbon according to your color scheme. You can also use larger muffin pans to make a variety of sizes.