See a fabulous assortment of cupcakes and delicious ways to decorate them too! Find chocolate and vanilla cupcake recipes for birthdays and cake sales, red velvet cupcakes for Valentine's Day, Easter cupcakes, Halloween spider cupcakes and so much more!
Featuring a moist vanilla sponge, these fairy cakes are as cute to look at as they are delicious to eat!
I love peanut butter and I love cake, so thought I'd mix them both together. Took a basic muffin recipe, did a few tweaks and added half a jar of crunchy peanut butter, tut tut.
These chocolate muffins are baked with pieces of milky Kinder Chocolate bars. My children love them. For my children's birthdays I decorate them with melted Kinder Chocolate and chocolate buttons, but they taste heavenly even without icing.
Make sure you use cute, colourful cupcake cases to make these scrummy cupcakes look even more appealing. I use this recipe time and time again... It's so versatile - you can pretty much do anything you like, adding fruit to the sponge, using different coloured icing and decorations, etc. Just have some fun!
These were a bit of an improvisation when I had some spare raspberries and jar of lemon curd. They make a really indulgent treat, but are not as heavy as a chocolatey treat.
Cupcakes flavoured with almond essence, with a layer of cherry preserve, topped with glace icing and a glace cherry - yummy!
Just a simple and lovely plain cupcake recipe, calling for just four storecupboard ingredients. Ice them, or enjoy plain!
A perfectly chocolaty light frosting, topping a delicious chocolate and hazelnut cupcake. Decorate if you like!
An easy recipe for when the kids come home from school. Vanilla cupcakes can be iced or eaten as they are.
These cupcakes are very rich in chocolate and are, in addition, topped with whipped cream and grated chocolate! Since the cupcakes are so rich, the whipped cream is a welcome change from the heavy icing you normally find on cupcakes.