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These cupcakes are deliciously moist. Sweet potatoes are steamed until tender, then beaten with eggs, oil, sugar and flour, before being baked into cupcakes and iced with a cream cheese frosting.
This cake is ultra-dreamy. It's creamy, minty and full of chocolatey goodness. A chocolate brownie is topped with a frosting made with cream cheese, marshmallow creme, cream and after dinner mints.
These cookies are super-moist, this is because ricotta is added to the batter. The cookies are then frosted with a vanilla icing. They are delicious with a cuppa, for dessert or on their own.
This glaze is not only delicious, but it's also quick and easy to make. Greek yoghurt is blended with sugar and vanilla extract. Use to spread on cakes, cupcakes, cookies or biscuits.
This buttercream is bursting with vanilla flavour. Use all-natural vanilla extract for best results. It is very well suited to decorating cakes, tarts, muffins and cupcakes, and will become your go-to buttercream recipe, guaranteed!
These cupcakes are tender and delicious. A vanilla spongecake is topped with a rich and chocolately frosting. They are perfect for dessert, general snacking, afternoon tea or even birthdays. The frosting in this recipe is enough to spread onto the 24 cupcakes, if you want to pipe on the frosting you will need to double the frosting recipe.
This wonderful buttercream recipe is foolproof. Melted chocolate is beaten with butter and sugar. Use to ice a Christmas log or plain sponge cakes.
This is a fantastic cake for birthdays or any special occasion. It's easy to make, lightly spiced, packed full of carrots and oh-so-delicious!
This cake is the perfect treat for any banana lover. It's deliciously moist and the cream cheese topping is the icing on the cake! Enjoy as a snack, for afternoon tea or dessert.
This frosting is dreamy and a must for all banana fans. Spread on cakes, cupcakes or muffins of your choice. It is lighter than a buttercream frosting and made with real bananas.
A heavenly chocolate cake recipe that is taken to new heights with a luscious fudge frosting. Perfect for birthday cakes. You could also make two 23cm (9 in) round chocolate cakes instead of one large chocolate cake, if desired.
This is a quick and easy buttercream recipe that you can use for birthday cakes, cupcakes and even cake decorating. It is super simple to make and can be coloured with food colouring if desired.
This is a three-layer white chocolate cake with a luscious white chocolate cream cheese frosting. The cake is studded with pecans, which you can also use to decorate the top of the cake, if desired.
A ludicrously rich icing recipe for special occasion cakes. This would work a treat on a simple sponge cake or light chocolate cake. You can omit the pecans, or use another type of nut, if desired.
This toffee icing is really deliciously different. You can add the pecans, or omit them, or use another nut. This icing needs time to set after you pour it on the cake, so plan ahead.
A fantastically rich chocolate fudge frosting. This will work a treat on your favourite cakes and cupcakes, and is perfect for birthdays. Use a good baking chocolate, or very dark chocolate with 70% or more of cocoa.
A recipe for a decadent and rich chocolate buttercream icing, flavoured with almond liqueur. This goes well on chocolate cake, sponge cake, cupcakes and more. It turns any cake into a special occasion cake!
A lovely, rich coffee flavoured chocolate buttercream. This recipe is so easy to make, because it's all whipped up in a blender. Use it to ice your favourite cake or cupcakes.
In this luscious alternative to chocolate buttercream, the addition of cream cheese cuts the sweetness and lends a lovely tangy flavour. For a darker frosting, you can add more cocoa or up to 110g of melted chocolate.
A creamy and irresistible chocolate cream cheese icing recipe. The slight tang of the cream cheese complements the chocolate and offsets the sweetness. If your chocolate is sweetened, you may want to reduce the amount of icing sugar.