Summer’s here! Ok, so maybe it was here last week and now the rain has washed it all away but it’ll be back! (let’s be optimistic here..) This recipe for peach melba cupcakes is extra summery, filled with the sweetness of peach and a hit of raspberry deliciousness all combined in a light, fluffy cupcake. Recipe follows.. Continue reading “Peach Melba Cupcakes”
I can’t seem to get enough of salted caramel and chocolate recently, I blame it on my recent trip to Whole Foods and discovering a pot of ready made salted caramel. Then, I went to Cake International and came across the Sugar & Crumbs stand where they sold flavoured icing sugars… any guesses what one of the flavours was? Continue reading “Salted Caramel & Chocolate Cupcakes”
Chinese New Year is almost upon us, which means we’ll be soon be celebrating the Year of the Horse and I’ll be back at home, enjoying Mum’s cooking and collecting lai see! And what better excuse do I need than CNY, to experiment with a chinese-style cupcake?
I went a bit outside of the box with this one.. I tried to think of chinese food I like to eat and how it could be turned into a cupcake. After much deliberation (read: I asked for Jak’s opinion) and decided to go with a cupcake version of duck pancakes. Continue reading “An experiment – Chinese-style cupcake”
It’s officially less than a week until Christmas and just one working day left for me this year! Christmas is almost here, so I thought I’d break out a classic Christmas time flavour – apple and cinnamon for some cupcake treats for work. I tried out a new recipe for the cinnamon cream cheese frosting and it turned out great, going well with the apple cupcakes. Continue reading “Tis the season..”
Lemon and blueberry – not the most seasonal of flavours, but one to cure the post-summer blues now that it’s getting slightly darker and slightly colder. Last night, I had some time and thought I’d experiment with a new flavour. I’m a big fan of lemon flavoured cakes and blueberries are one of the very few fruits I eat (I know, I know, I should eat healthier..) so why not mix the two together? The burst of colour from the blueberries in the cupcake makes it a little more interesting as well. Recipe as follows…
Pumpkins at the ready..Halloween has arrived. It usually passes by quietly for me, but this year I’ll be making more of an effort and carving my first ever pumpkin! I made some treats for the Halloween party we had at work yesterday, in keeping with the theme. Continue reading “Something wicked this way comes”
Peggy Porschen’s cake parlour is possibly, by far, London’s prettiest cupcake cafe located on a corner in lovely Belgravia. If I ever opened up a cafe, it’d be exactly what Peggy’s parlour looks like – the pinks, browns, elegant decorations… beautiful! Right, now onto more pressing matters, so the shop looks nice, but what are the cakes like?
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