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Review: Cupcakery – Party Perfect Cupcakes in a Flash

Review: Cupcakery by Toni Miller | JavaCupcake.com

I’m so incredibly excited to share with you this book on Day 2 of cookbook week!  Cupcakery: Party-perfect Cupcakes in a Flash by Toni Miller is a genius book showing that with a few colorful supplies and planning you can create the most delicoius, fun and themed cupcakes for any occasion!

Review: Cupcakery by Toni Miller | JavaCupcake.com

Toni and I have one awesome thing in common… we’re both Army Wives!  Toni and I were connected through our blogs (she’s the mastermind behind Make. Bake. Celebrate.) a few years ago and once we found out we were both Army Wives… well we bonded instantly.  There have been many late nights chatting with Toni about Army life and cupcakes!  It’s a unique friendship unline any other I have and I’m giddy with joy to know her!

When Toni told me she was writing a cookbook all about cupcakes I was ELATED for her!  If you already know Toni and MBC, you’ll know that her cupcakes are always bright & colorful and her piping skills with the frosting is pure perfection!

Review: Cupcakery by Toni Miller | JavaCupcake.com

Cupcakery features cupcakes that will not only taste delicoius but that will be simple to recreate for any party you’re hosting!  Since the fall and winter seasons are right around the corner, I want to share with you some of my favorites from Cupcakery that will pair perfectly with the coming seasons.

Summer is just about over along with cherry season, but I’m certain that you could whip up these Cherry Cheesecake Cupcakes for a back-to-school treat!

Review: Cupcakery by Toni Miller | JavaCupcake.com

Are you ready for some football!!!??  Football pre-season is in full swing and the regular season is coming fast!  These football themed Candy Bar Cupcakes would make the perfect dessert for your tail-gate party!

Review: Cupcakery by Toni Miller | JavaCupcake.com

I am always looking for a fun, new way to decorate cupcakes for Halloween.  Toni has created these colorful Poison Apple Cupcakes that are simple, yet scary at the same time and on-point for a haunted house!

Review: Cupcakery by Toni Miller | JavaCupcake.com

You may not always think cupcakes with you imagine Christmas desserts, but Toni does an amazing job at creating a beautiful Cinnamon Eggnog Cupcake that is guaranteed to be a holiday favorite!

Review: Cupcakery by Toni Miller | JavaCupcake.com

To help ring in the New Year, bake up a batch of Cookies n Cream Cupcakes and dress them up to party!  Toni has done an amazing job transforming these cupcakes into a treat special enough to celebrate 2016 in style!

Review: Cupcakery by Toni Miller | JavaCupcake.com

Love the liners you see on Toni’s cupcakes?  They’re from Sweets & Treats Boutique so you can recreate all of these cupcakes with ease knowing where to buy the beautiful liners!

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Fill out the entry form below to gain entries to WIN all these of the books I’m reviewing this week! If you didn’t enter in yesterday’s review of Cupcake Envy, make sure you check it out and answer the Day 1 question on that post! Today I’ve added a Day 2 question to be commented on here and tomorrow a Day 3 question on that post! You must have a USA mailing address to be the winner of these cookbooks.

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20 comments

  1. Lynne T.

    I always make pumpkin cupcakes for Thanksgiving.

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  2. Debbie Caraballo

    Thanksgiving is my favorite upcoming holiday, and I always make pecan pie! I use a recipe that my dad found in a magazine years ago, and we’ve never found another one better.
    Thanks!

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  3. Heather

    My favorite holiday to cook for is definitely Thanksgiving!! I always make a pumpkin roll and sweet potato casserole! It’s a must with my family!!

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  4. Justine

    I loved these ideas! Thanks for share.

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  5. Karen D

    Favorite upcoming holiday is Thanksgiving, and I always bake a maple pecan pie for it.

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  6. Jan R

    I will make and take to work pumpkin treats for Halloween!

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  7. Judy R

    My all time favorite cookbook is my Betty Crocker

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  8. Amy C.

    I absolutely love fall and I celebrate the first day of fall just like a holiday. My tradition is to make my homemade caramel corn for all my friends, family and my boys teachers and school support staff.

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  9. Deb E

    I bake scary cookies for Halloween. You know those bloody finger cookies, lol. I have a ton on my Pinterest boards and love baking for fun holidays.

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  10. Sonia

    I love Christmas & I love to bake gingerbread cookies!

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  11. Lauren

    I like Thanksgiving as a holiday. Every year, we bake my grandmother’s recipe for Sweet Potato Pie. It has become a family tradition.

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  12. Julie is Hostess At Heart

    I love decorating cupcakes, and love these ideas!

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  13. Christie

    My hands down favorite cookbook is the one I made when my sister got married of all the family recipes. Best.cookbook.ever! These look pretty awesome, though!

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  14. Christie

    I love baking cupcakes for Halloween! I love the colors and all the nonperils for them.

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  15. Julianne @ Beyond Frosting

    I have a copy of Express Lane Cooking and we love the orange chicken!

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  16. Jennifer @NourishedSimply

    I love Thanksgiving, just because of Pecan Pie!

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  17. Kimberly

    I bake for anything! I would bake just because someone said they were hungry. I love to make food that makes people swoon, get weak in the knees and pause for a moment to just enjoy life. The Cupcakery cookbook looks like so much fun! I may have to get it today just because the frosting on the little cupcakes looks so good!

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  18. Lauren

    Christmas and my grandmother’s homemade pecan pie and cream cheese poundcake!!

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  19. Rhonda Anderson

    Thanksgiving is my favorite cooking holiday. So many awesome recipes from old favorites to new ones. I always make pumpkin bars, which my 27 year old daughter asks for each year.

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  20. Roxana

    I love Thanksgiving! I love Christmas too, but Thanksgiving is more laid back in our family. It seems like Christmas is always a bit more crazy. Plus with Thanksgiving you can have pumpkin stuff! Yum! If I don’t bring pumpkin gooey bars to the family feast… I think they just may disown me. lol

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