{Tutorial} Spring Cupcakes

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{Tutorial} Spring Cupcakes by JavaCupcake.com - Transform ordinary vanilla cupcakes into beautiful cupcakes perfect for Spring!

Vanilla cupcakes don’t have to be… well, vanilla! They can be fun and exciting and beautiful too!  Just think of a vanilla cupcake as a blank canvas for creating any color or theme to match your event or party.  This tutorial will teach you how simple it is to transform a basic vanilla cupcake into a beautiful Spring cupcake full of color and fun!

Supplies

{Tutorial} Spring Cupcakes by JavaCupcake.com - Transform ordinary vanilla cupcakes into beautiful cupcakes perfect for Spring!

Technique

  • Bake your cupcakes in damask grease-proof cupcake liners.  Use several different colors. 
  • Color your buttercream by using both green and yellow Wilton gel coloring.  Add a small dollop of both colors to your buttercream and combine with a spatula until uniform.
  • Fit your disposable piping bag with the Wilton #1M tip.  Fill the bag with buttercream.
  • Using this technique, pipe a swirl of frosting onto each cupcake.
  • Sprinkle sugar sprinkles onto each cupcake and top with a royal icing flower.  Use the same color sprinkles as the flower you are topping the cupcake with.

{Tutorial} Spring Cupcakes by JavaCupcake.com - Transform ordinary vanilla cupcakes into beautiful cupcakes perfect for Spring!

3 Comments

3 Comments on {Tutorial} Spring Cupcakes

  1. Wendy
    May 3, 2013 at 7:56 pm (1 year ago)

    So pretty! Thanks for the tutorial, Betsy. :) I am pinning this onto a group board where I think it will be very helpful. The world needs as many pretty Spring cupcakes as possible. :)

    Reply
    • Betsy Eves
      May 4, 2013 at 10:43 am (1 year ago)

      Awesome! Thanks for sharing it, Wendy!

      Reply

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