Killer Cakes – Issue 94

Posted on Jul 14 2014

frcupcakeWelcome!

I found a wonderful recipe/tutorial that I just have to share with you. It’s Ferrero Rocher Cupcakes. I’m posting the recipe below, but you really should click the link and visit the tutorial to get the full effect.

How to make Ferrero Rocher Cupcakes

1. Bake chocolate cupcakes
2. Once the cupcakes are cool, pipe one layer of hazelnut buttercream
3. Sprinkle crushed hazelnuts on top of buttercream
4. Swirl two more layers of hazelnut buttercream
5. Drizzle Nutella on top of buttercream
Top the cupcake off with a Ferrero Rocher chocolate
6. Enjoy!!

Sweetened by Kagi

 

More Halloween Goodies from Daphne

Posted on Sep 21 2009

Frank1What’s Halloween without Frankenstein’s monster? Here’s a cute version you can have fun with.

Start with a cupcake iced with green-tinted frosting.

 

 

 

Frank2I gave my “Frankie” white hair, but feel free to give yours chocolate hair, red hair or even licorice hair.

 

 

 

 

Frank3

I painted Frankie’s hair with black spray frosting. This allowed me to add more of a dark tint to his face as well.

 

 

 

Frank4

Since the monster is supposed to be made up of excess “parts,” I used two different color candies (Skittles or M&Ms are good) for eyes with a dot of purple frosting for the pupil. I built him up a nose with additional green frosting, gave him a terrible looking mouth and used mini pretzel rods as either bolts or his own special version of the arrow through the head prank.

Have fun!

Daphne’s Halloween Goodies

Posted on Sep 14 2009

I know it’s early yet, but I’m thinking some of you might be planning parties. Over the next few weeks, I’ll be giving you pictorial instructions detailing how to make some cute cupcakes for Halloween.

Here are some pictures that will explain step-by-step how to make a ghost. This is super easy!

Cupcake1Frost a cupcake with white icing.

GhostCupcake2Place a jumbo marshmallow in the center of the frosted cupcake.

GhostCupcake3Roll out a circle of white chocolate or buttercream fondant. Use your cupcake pan or a flattened cupcake liner as a guide.

GhostCupcake4Drape the circle of fondant over the marshmallow and cupcake.

GhostCupcake5Add chocolate drop eyes, and you’ve got a ghost your kids will love!

Happy baking!