During the Nerdies Auction earlier this year, two batches of my cupcakes were put up for auction. All the money went to Wet Nose so it was all for a good cause as well as a lot of fun!
Jeanette had the “winning” bid on a batch of vanilla-strawberry cupcakes with scream cheese icing, and she finally had a chance to order them from me last week. I put them in red paper cups and sprinkled red sugar on top of the cream cheese.
They’re immensely popular and very yummy.
Jeanette blogged about them here: Eating Angel’s Cupcakes!
Ooh- you can read another short post about these cupcakes here!!
These are a mission to make, but they are just so pretty!
These I iced with a type of chocolate ganache, and I decorated them with yellow vermicelli in honour of my brother’s birthday (yellow is his favourite colour).
These are iced with chocolate butter icing, and I topped them with chocolate covered malt biscuit and chocolate covered caramel balls!
Then I experimented with some secret-centres and found that the big chocolate covered malt biscuit balls make perfect fillers!!!
These were ordered for a 21st birthday party by the birthday girl’s mommy darling.
They are chocolate creme-caramel secret-centre, and vanilla creme-caramel secret-centre cupcakes in silver cups, topped with purple butter icing, a silver glitter dusted black fondant “21” and silver dragees.
I do hope she enjoyed them, I dropped them at the restaurant where the party was being held so I didn’t meet the birthday girl.
Seema ordered these from me for a bridal shower- with a purple and white theme- and a birthday celebration.
There’s a box of chocolate cupcakes and vanilla cupcakes in white cups, topped with purple and white two-tone butter icing and fondant knickers, bras and shoes.
There are six chocolate strawberry-stuffed secret-centre cupcakes topped with chocolate icing and chocolate vermicelli, and six strawberry cheesecake secret-centre cupcakes topped with cream cheese icing and fresh strawberries.
This was an order for 200 cupcakes with a very specific colour scheme. They’re vanilla cakes in white cups, iced with a vanilla butter icing and little fondant decorations.