You don't have to be Irish to enjoy mini cupcakes decorated for St. Patrick's Day!
We went to a party this morning and made these mini funfetti beauties. Mini cupcakes are perfect for a party because they are so "pop-able".
Whether you take a few bites or pop the whole thing in your mouth - the luck of the [buttercream] Irish shamrocks will surely bring you luck!
Behind the Apron Tip: All you need to make a shamrock out of buttercream is a rose tip and some green frosting! Pipe three hearts (with the wide side of the tip down) - rotating after each heart. When you've finished, pull the icing down to create a stem.
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Seashell cookies are (almost) as charming as the real thing! These are so pretty, you just want to stare at them and imagine you're on a warm, sandy beach!
Marblizing cookies is not as difficult as you think. If you are familiar with color-flowing, this is an easy trick to master. The trick is that you want to do one cookie at a time, using a clean toothpick.
Summertime might still be far away, but ice cream dreams come in the form of cupcakes this time of year. The banana split cupcake can go down in a couple of different ways. Afterall, there are plenty of components that make up the beloved frozen treat: bananas, vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, pineapple, peanuts, and, of course, whipped cream with a cherry on top.
These cupcakes feature a banana cake, topped with strawberry buttercream and all the fixings (minus the cherry)!