Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Mobile Cupcake Truck Hits Atlanta

Get ready Atlanta...your very first cupcake truck just hit the streets! Check out the video of LNC Cupcake mobile at its first event located at Mercedes-Benz of Buckhead.
To book your next event with the Love'n Cupcakes call 404-846-3313 or vist them at

Wednesday, September 2, 2009


If you love to entertain, I have something new and exciting  to try! …Surprise your guests with an unexpected dessert-a BEAUTIFUL CUPCAKE!

No, I am not talking about a cupcake like the ones you had when you were a child, I mean the updated version of these little cakes. These days, cupcakes have taken on a whole new identity. They can range anywhere from simple to elegant…even couture! Choose which one fits your dinner party theme…maybe a simple and beautiful cupcake to finish off a rich savory fall meal. Perhaps you want a totally decadent, over-the-top  cupcake to end your dinner party with a smash! Either way cupcakes can be the perfect finishing touch-individualizing your fabulous evening-“like a strand of pearls with the classic little black dress”. Just be sure  to serve these beauties in a charming and memorable way. 

Reminding your guests of fond childhood memories in such a beautiful and updated way will not only bring them delight, but bring kudos to the cutting edge hostess! Who knows? Maybe it will even evoke happy conversation surrounding childhood memories. Darling cupcakes -an unexpected dinner party dessert indeed!

Be happy. Eat cupcakes.

enjoy, aa

Monday, August 24, 2009


This is a fabulous idea! Bake some cupcakes and set out several types of frosting choices. Now for the fun part...gather a bunch of exciting and pretty (of course they have to be pretty!) toppers and set on a pretty table in pretty little bowls. Invite guests over to indulge themselves and enjoy something exciting and new.


Friday, August 21, 2009

Little cupcake servers in training...

For your next get together-use adorable little servers! It is fun for them, and easy for you. Cupcakes are the perfect dessert that require only a hungry tummy, and a cupcake in hand. When they are decorated pretty, they can also be a topic for conversation! In times where many are going back to the basics to enjoy simple things, an evening of coffee and cupcakes is a delightful idea!

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Tuesday, August 18, 2009


Originally, “cup cakes” got their name somewhere around the late 19th century because their ingredients began to be measured in cups rather than on a scale. This new method was much simpler, and soon led to the practice of baking small individual cakes in cute little containers — including ramekins and tea cups. (How adorable is that!!!)

Around that time, muffin tins began to appear and bakers soon realized that they could use the pans for more than just muffins. Soon, the cupcake that we know today- was born.



OOOOH MY! That irresistable smell of homemade butter cream smells simply amazing! Go ahead, I dare you to whip up a batch of it and NOT take a taste. (what is a tiny taste gonna do?) When you take a look at what’s in it you see why it smells and tastes so darn good.

Butter Cream frosting is not only simple to make, but extremely versitile. The main ingredients in butter cream are: the lovely butter and what else?-sugar!

There are some variations of butter cream that have less butter. One will be able to tell by the color of the frosting. For instance, the butter creams that are loaded with butter are a creamy yellow. The butter creams that call for more shortening than butter are usually more white...these types of butter cream frostings hold up much better in the heat. Butter creams can take on just about any color or flavor depending on what you add to it. (almond, vanilla, lemon, cocoa....endless in versitility!)

Here is a simple starter recipe form Go on give it a try, you can smell it already!


1 lb. Domino xxx sugar

1/4 lb. soft butter (1/2 c.)

1/8 tsp salt

1 tsp. vanilla

3-4 tbsp. milk

Cream 1/3 of sugar with butter and salt in large bowl. Blend extract, 2 tablespoons milk and remaining milk into frosting until desired spreading consistency is reached.



WOWIE! Look at this cupcake!

this 1,124 pound triple vanilla (is that all?) cupcake in pretty pink frosting just won the Guinness Book of World Record for the largest cupcake in the world! Wonder who got to eat this yummy thing...better yet, wonder HOW MANY people got to eat it! Who could resist a bite? certainly not me!


Monday, August 17, 2009


There are not many things as innocent and pure as a baby’s love. If one is about to enter your world- congratulations, it is about to become much much SWEETER!
Whether a precious little chap, or a darling little lady your undying devotion to one another will be a pure joy. THAT- is cause for celebration!

Celebrate their anticipated arrival with sweet, adorable cupcakes. Personalize the cupcakes to them (or at least how you imagine they will be!). Cupcakes are perfect for party’s because of this very notion. Not only can you have the cupcakes decorated to a tee for your little prince or princess, they are the perfect personal and portable dessert! Your guests are able to pick them up and
enjoy. No fuss...just pure, easy, enjoyment. So next time you celebrate-do it the cupcake way.

enjoy, aa

Wednesday, August 12, 2009


by Amanda Ashley
With back to school fast approaching or already here, your kids may
want a creative outlet. An easy and fun way to enjoy some time with
friends is by baking cupcakes together! Let your kids decide what
type they want to bake, and let em at it! When they are able to do
something on their own they feel a sense of accomplishment. Why
not invite a friend over this weekend or even after school and let
them express their creativity? These girls ran with it -and got
super-duper creative! They had fun raiding the pantry for fun
fillings and toppers. Let them take pride in their very own
cupcake creations. It is a simple way to have some fun and a
yummy treat that you can enjoy too!

enjoy, aa

Create some yummy fun with friends like Ireland and Alaina !


by Amanda Ashley
Is a cute little Sailor on his way into your life? These cupcake
toppers are perfect for a baby boy shower…I came across them
at If your not much of a baker yourself…try them
on top of Fluffy Vanilla Bean cupcakes-found at Simple, classic, cute, and SWEET!

enjoy, aa

INITIAL CUPCAKE PICS to personalize her first party ever!

by Amanda Ashley
So, maybe she doesn't know it yet, but you are
celebrating and anticipating her arrival!
Celebrate her party with cupcakes personalized
just for her and her precious name. These cupcake
picks from are so sweet…almost as
sweet as a cute cupcake.

enjoy, aa!


by Amanda Ashley
Eating a cupcakes can make you feel young again...even if for a
moment. Remember when the simplest things made you happy?
Think back-waaaay back. YES!

Remember the thrill of riding your bike on a cool summer
evening, or coming in to hot cocoa after an afternoon of
playing in the snow. These were some of the simple pleasures
many of us enjoyed. Even if you don’t immediately recall any
particularly ‘nostalgic’ memories, we can certainly all
appreciate the child’s ability to find the joy in tiniest little
experience live brings their way.

Today is your BIG KID chance to find the thrill in something
simple and joyful. Don’t just go eat a cupcake, go DEVOUR
a cupcake! Ok...maybe your at work, and feel embarrased to
eat a cupcake in front of your colleagues that way...close the

(just be sure to clean off your face;-)

If you don’t have access to a cupcake nearby, why not stop
by the market on your way home to pick up boxed cake mix
and frosting. Go home, turn on some fun music, pour a glass
of wine and have fun baking your own! DVR your fave show
and then when they are baked to perfection
(MMMMM-I can smell them now!) - sit down and enjoy a
simple and sweet evening. At LNC it is one of our missions
to reignite your passion for our favorite dessert-CUPCAKES,
and the simple pleasures life has waiting for us.

enjoy, aa


by Amanda Ashley

What a precious idea-so cute! I LOVE this idea of giving a
cupcake care package to someone as a gift. You can
assemble your own by getting them all of the things they
will need to create cupcakes and package it up into a sweet
little gift package.

Here is another sweet one I came across-LOVE the
presentation and the variety-different cupcake liners and
toppers to fit their mood!

My mother made her own version of this cute idea for each
of her daughters last Fall when our Family got together on
vacation. She had all of the makings for cupcakes including
a platter to display them all wrapped up in an adorable
package! This was the greatest gift because we were able to
take an afternoon and bake and enjoy cupcakes together
and not just any cupcakes~TAKE A LOOK...

enjoy, aa


by Amanda Ashley
LOVE the frosting? Ever wondered how to get your frosting to
look like the bakeries do? There are many different tips on the
market, and each one turns out a totally different look. This photo
is taken from and shows us perfectly how to get the look

these 4 pastry tips offer. You can purchase cupcake decorating
tips anywhere from your local market, to a craft store and even online.
Just choose your favorite frosting- assemble your choice of tip,
fill the pastry bag up...and frost away!

I love each frosting look for a different reason. Some of these
cupcakes remind me of the ones we used to buy at the grocery
store when I was a kid. Others, are just plain simple to execute
which is a good idea for beginners. If I am frosting a cupcake
that is super sweet, and using super sweet frosting...I adjust the
tip- and therefore, the amount of frosting that goes on top.
This is important to think about so that it has the perfect
portion of cake verses icing. You have got to have the right
amount of each for the perfect cupcake eating experience!
....Who knew there was so much thought that goes into
frosting a cupcake?!

Thank you to : for such a great visual on how perfectly frosted cupcakes are done!

enjoy, aa

Decorating cupcakes made easy!

by Amanda Ashley
With cupcakes being served all over the world for all types
of parties, the ideas are certainly abundant!

Look at these cute little cupcake appetizer cocktail picks
found at Don’t they look so euro!? They are perfect
for a cupcake inspired cocktail party. Invite some friends
over for lemon drop cupcakes and serve them with these
cute picks. You can even personalize them by adding their

I posted a recipe below for lemon drop cupcakes I found at
You can also order yummy filled lemon cupcakes at my are topped in sanding
sugar reminiscent of the sugar rim on a lemon drop martini.
How HAPPY!-if this isn’t a pick-me-up....nothing is!

Lemon Drop Cupcakes
1 cup butter or margarine, softened
2 cups sugar
3 eggs
2 teaspoons grated lemon peel
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
3 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 cups sour cream

3 tablespoons butter or margarine, softened
2 1/4 cups confectioners' sugar
2 tablespoons lemon juice
3/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/4 teaspoon grated lemon peel
1 tablespoon milk

1. In a mixing bowl, cream butter and sugar. Beat in eggs,
one at a time. Add lemon peel and vanilla; mix well.

2. Combine dry ingredients; add to creamed mixture alternately
with sour cream (batter will be thick).

3. Fill greased or paper-lined muffin cups with 1/4 cup of batter.

4. Bake at 350 degrees F for 25-30 minutes or until a toothpick
inserted near the center comes out clean.

5. Cool for 10 minutes; remove to wire racks to cool completely.

6. For frosting, cream butter and sugar in a small mixing bowl.
Add lemon juice, vanilla, lemon peel and milk; beat until
smooth. Frost cupcakes.

enjoy, aa


Because they’re so darn cute! Not to mention scrumptious.
In fact, so popular is the cupcake that small artisan cupcake
bakeries, creating amazing gourmet cupcakes have begun
to pop up across America. If not already one in your
neighborhood, one is soon to be coming... ?

A recent article in the New York Times asked “Will
Cupcakes Be the Next Krispy Kreme?” Ever been tempted
by that HOT sign –especially on a cold, grey day?!! Cupcakes
have a similar appeal...who isnt tempted by an adorable,
yummy, personal little cake of their own.
They not only satisfy
any sweet tooth out there with the endless flavors, and varieties,
but equally as important in their appeal -is the way they make
us feel. Going back to the 1950’s when Hostess Cupcakes
became a mainstay in American homes cupcakes began to
win hearts nationwide. Their journey into families all over
the world has continued to our day. The cupcakes our parents
had when they were young, they made for us, today....we make
them for our families, and so goes the story of the cupcake.
The nostalgia of the way we enjoyed cupcakes when we were
young is now something that we can easily repeat for our
friends and family. As life becomes ever more busy, anyone
can take a moment to enjoy a sweet Americans
have been doing for decades. Cupcake bakeries may be
popping up for plenty of good reasons, and I believe-they are
here to stay.... be are here to stay.

enjoy aa

Happy Hour Cupcake Party!

Since it is a proven fact that cupcakes make people happy….
why not invite some friends over for a midweek impromptu
cupcake happy hour…serve a lemon cupcake to them in a
sugar rimmed martini glass accompanied by a cute cocktail
napkin. This idea is fresh, fun, simple, sweet.

enjoy aa


by Amanda Ashley

Rules to eating a cupcake? THERE ARE NONE! Its funny
what some of us do when presented with a cupcake. There
are those who pick up a fork and delicately eat it, enjoying
each little flavor, and texture right down to the last little crumb.

Then, there are others (like this true gentleman) who prefer
to enjoy it in an entirely different way! If you ask me, id say
he looks like he is quite enjoying that cupcake. Whether,
you are the ‘fork it type’, or the ‘devour it type’

just remember one thing...enjoy it, its YOURS!

enjoy, aa

Cupcakes as party favors?- WHAT A GREAT IDEA!!!

by Amanda Ashley
But might ask? It is easy as pie-or cupcakes! Here’s
YOU can make individual boxed cupcakes for your party
favors or purchase them from cupcake bakeries around
America. Check out these cute boxes that I found at they also have cute ones at The ones by wilton have windows, but I prefer
the suspense of not knowing what’s inside. Besides, when
you get a cute little box- you are already thrilled! (THINK...
TIFFANY AND CO.!) Your guest will be even more elated
when they open it up to a precious cupcake as a secondary
surprise! You can purchase cupcakes from a local baker,
( or make your own cupcakes and serve
them in their very own personally decorated boxes. Tie them
up with pretty ribbon and a sweet little card. It is a cute way
to personalize your next event.

Remember that cupcakes make people HAPPY, and are
a sure party pleaser.

enjoy, aa


The debated question...which one do you LOVE more? Are
you a cake person...or perhaps a frosting hog?! Cake is certainly
a formidable contender. When perfectly baked it is spongy,
sweet, and perfectly moist. However, any cupcake lover will
have to agree that frosting is a great contestant as well-
velvety smooth, fluffy, sweet, and creamy!

Which is your favorite?
- Well, I promote equal opportunity for all!!! In fact, I like to
take the cupcake experience to the level of near perfection by
adding a filling to the competition! Mmmmm-mmmm!!! This
way each bite delivers the perfect combination of cake,
creamy filling, and fluffy frosting. No one said you cant have
it all...that’s why cupcakes are perfect, they do have it all.

So put cupcakes on your list of things TO DO today, but just
remember-don’t discriminate. Not everything in life is a

enjoy, aa

This Light Lemon delight cupcake has it all!

Precious wedding cupcake memories

by Amanda Ashley
For those who have not been to a wedding recently...cupcakes
ARE are the new wedding cake. It is such a simple and elegant
way to serve wedding cake and double as an individual gift to
all of your guests. With all of the beautiful ideas, the
possibilities are endless. Brides love them because they
can ‘design’ their own signature cupcake to go with the
theme of their dream day. Guests love them because they
get their own personal beautiful, yummy baby cake!-what’s
not to love about that? Even if you don’t like sweets, or cake
for that matter, you are certain to be happy to bring it
home and share it with someone who does!

Here is a photo taken of a cupcake the bride actually made
herself at a wedding my sister just attended. This one has a
tulip style muffin paper, and a gum paste dogwood flower
both of which they were able to purchase locally. It is actually
quite simple, and fun if you like to bake.
For the less ambitious baker, LNC has a beautiful
. This one has been
specifically designed with wedding cake lovers in mind.
Whether your getting married and want to order custom
cupcake toppers to individualize it for your wedding, or
just want to have this delicious cupcake for your next affair,
it is perfectly moist and the champagne custard center is
DIVINE! Check it out.

If you are headed down the aisle, just remember- this is
your day...make it as special, and enjoy!

designed for your perfect day! Let us adorn it just for you…
choose your custom cupcake topper- and you have your
very own precious wedding cupcake memory.


Not many would disagree, life is so busy these days and many
are taking a journey back to the basics...on a quest for simple
pleasures. What I have found is that -while they may vary
from person to person, they don’t cost much if anything
at all. They may be anything from a smile that someone shares
unexpectedly with you, to the smell of something good in
the oven. The funny thing is that those simple pleasures
waiting to be re-discovered have never left...once you make
an effort to look for them you will see that they are
everywhere, waiting to be enjoyed.

Love ‘n Cupcakes is inspired by this very notion...enjoy something perfectly simple. The funny thing is....cupcakes have been around for a very long time! The only difference is that now people are taking the time to notice them. Whether you buy cupcakes, or make them for yourselves, enjoy the simple pleasure that they can bring you. Take a moment to -smell the cupcakes!

enjoy, aa

Homemade HoHo Cupcakes... Anyone?

by Amanda Ashley

If you’re not in the mood to bake…try LNC’s homemade
hoho cupcake accompanied by gram
cracker squares and
you’ll not only repeat your childhood memory, but also
create new memories with friends and family…it is a
simple pleasure that can bring a smile to young and old alike.

See what we found below from for your try
at this cupcake idea….
1 box Betty Crocker® SuperMoist® yellow cake mix
Water, vegetable oil and eggs called for on cake mix box
1 cup graham cracker crumbs
4 bars (1.55 oz each) milk chocolate candy, finely chopped

1 jar (7 oz) marshmallow creme
1/2 cup butter or margarine, softened
2 cups powdered sugar
1 to 2 teaspoons milk
1 bar (1.55 oz) milk chocolate candy, if desired
Bake 18 to 23 minutes or until toothpick inserted in center
comes out clean. Cool 10 minutes. Remove from pan to
cooling rack. Cool completely, about 30 minutes.

Remove and discard lid and foil seal from jar of marshmallow
creme. To soften marshmallow creme for easy removal from
jar, microwave on High 15 to 20 seconds. In large bowl,
beat marshmallow creme, butter and powdered sugar on low
speed until blended. Beat in enough milk, 1/2 teaspoon at
a time, to make frosting spreadable. Spread over tops of
cupcakes. Divide chocolate bar into rectangles. Cut each
rectangle diagonally in half and place on top of each
cupcake. Top each cupcake with bear-shaped cracker.
After frosting has set, store loosely covered at room

1. Heat oven to 350°F (325°F for dark or nonstick pan). Place
paper baking cup in each of 24 regular-size muffin cups. In
large bowl, beat cake mix, water, oil and eggs with electric
mixer on low speed 30 seconds. Beat on medium speed 2
minutes, scraping bowl occasionally. Fold in graham cracker
crumbs and chopped chocolate bars.
Divide batter evenly among muffin cups.
2. Bake 18 to 23 minutes or until toothpick inserted in
center comes out clean. Cool 10 minutes. Remove from
pan to cooling rack. Cool completely, about 30 minutes.
3. Remove and discard lid and foil seal from jar of
marshmallow creme. To soften marshmallow creme for
easy removal from jar, microwave on High 15 to 20
seconds. In large bowl, beat marshmallow creme, butter
and powdered sugar on low speed until blended. Beat in
enough milk, 1/2 teaspoon at a time, to make frosting
spreadable. Spread over tops of cupcakes. Divide chocolate
bar into rectangles. Cut each rectangle diagonally in half and
place on top of each cupcake. Top each cupcake with
bear-shaped cracker. After frosting has set, store loosely
covered at room temperature.

High Altitude (3500-6500 ft): Make 30 cupcakes.
Bake 21 to 26 minutes.


by Amanda Ashley
Yikes! Remember those ‘headed back to school’ feelings?
You were either faint out of fear, or happy to be headed
back after a “long and boring summer.” Well kids
throughout America are bracing for the new school year to
begin. Why not surprise your precious little one (or even
precious big kid) with a cute, easy after school snack.

It is as simple as taking their favorite candy bar as inspiration.
From m&m’s to Snickers...decide which one they love and
bake them their very own personal candy bar cupcake! The
recipe below comes from and seems fairly
easy. If you want, you may even choose to purchase boxed
cake and embellish the tops with prepared icing and diced
candy pieces instead. Either way, they are sure to gobble
them up and love you for thinking of them! They work hard...
I would say the kids deserve it-how about you?

enjoy. aa

Heavenly candy bar cupcakes:

9 fun-size or 21 mini chocolate-coated caramel and creamy nougat bars
1/2 cup butter or margarine
2 cups sugar
1 cup shortening
3 large eggs
2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 1/2 cups buttermilk
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Chocolate-Marshmallow Frosting
Garnishes: chopped frozen fun-size chocolate-coated caramel
and creamy nougat bars, candy corn
Melt candy bars and butter in a heavy saucepan over low heat
about 5 minutes, stirring until smooth. Set aside.

Beat sugar and shortening at medium speed with an electric
mixer about 3 minutes or until well blended. Add eggs, 1 at
a time, beating just until blended after each addition.

Combine flour and salt. Stir together buttermilk and baking
soda. Gradually add flour mixture to sugar mixture,
alternately with buttermilk mixture, beginning and ending
with flour mixture. Beat at low speed just until blended
after each addition. Stir in melted candy bar mixture and
vanilla. Place 36 paper baking cups in muffin pans; spoon
batter evenly into paper baking cups, filling two-thirds full.

Bake at 350° for 18 minutes or until a wooden pick inserted
in center comes out clean. Remove cupcakes from pan, and
let cool completely on wire racks. Spread cupcakes evenly
with Chocolate-Marshmallow Frosting. Garnish, if desired.

Note: For testing purposes only, we used Milky Way Bars.

Heavenly Candy Bar Cake: Spoon batter into 3 greased and
floured 9-inch cake pans. Bake at 350° for 30 minutes or
until a wooden pick comes out clean. Cool in pans on a
wire rack 10 minutes; remove cakes from pans, and let
cool completely on wire rack. Spread half of Chocolate-
Marshmallow Frosting evenly between cake layers.
Spread remaining frosting evenly over top and sides
of cake. Garnish, if desired. Makes 12 servings. Prep:
15 min., Cook: 5 min., Bake: 30 min

As if a cupcake weren’t already perfect!

by Amanda Ashley

Safe to say- most people LOVE the thrill of a good cupcake.
They celebrate the joy of simple pleasures. These cupcake
wrappers take cute cupcakes to another level....what an
adorable way to dress up the perfect little baby cake! These
were found at, and there are so many to choose from
that you will have a hard time deciding which ones you want.

Heres to enjoying the simple little pleasures!

enjoy, aa


Cupcakes are the perfectly sweet ending to a romantic dinner-
they are beautiful, yummy, and can be shared together. You
can surprise someone that you love with a cupcake dessert
and display it beautifully –especially for them

This is a sweet way to serve one up!
You can also try my delicious and beautiful Southern Belle
Red Velvet cupcake
that has sweetheart confetti on top!

Display it on an individual cake plate especially for them and
serve with red rose petals at candle light. If you are in love with
a CHOC-O-HOLIC...try the raspberry truffle cupcake
, and
indulge together!

enjoy, aa

When Love is in the air...what better way to celebrate than with the quintessential –cupcake.

by Amanda Ashley
Cupcakes are cheerful, and can be personalized to fit your
loved ones and their personalities. The possibilities are
absolutely endless! DID YOU KNOW!???-These days
you can send cupcakes to anyone, anywhere! If you don’t
have the time to bake em yourself, cupcake bakeries
throughout America are now shipping cupcakes nationwide.
These cuties pictured are from Tea Cake Bake Shop...
wouldn’t you LOVE to get this cute little surprise in the
mail?! You can also check out my cupcakes at ship our adorable (if I don’t say so
myself:) filled gourmet cupcakes nationwide as well.

If you are a new baker and want to give baking cupcakes a
try, I suggest by starting with boxed cupcakes and
embellishing them....semi-homemade. Nothing wrong with
that! -gotta start somewhere-right? This is a family favorite
cupcake recipe I started with way back is easy,
and tastes super duper moist!

Moms easy beginners cupcake recipe
1 box yellow cake mix
1box (6oz) chocolate instant pudding
1 cup veg. oil
4 eggs
3/4 cup water
generous amount of chocolate chips add that homemade
look, texture, and taste...Mmmmm

Prepare batter and fill cupcake liners 3/4 full. This will
bake the cupcakes a little over the tops of the liners for
a larger cupcake that looks really good. Bake 350 for
approx 20 min. -depending on your oven.

semi-homemade icing recipe
vanilla frosting purchased from local grocer
1 cup of cool whip
1 tsp. vanilla extract
With an electric mixer whip together vanilla frosting a cup
of cool whip, and vanilla. This is a great short cut for fluffy
and yummy frosting...decorate to you loved ones personality
and voila!

Either which way you choose to do it....share cupcakes with
someone you love-they make people HAPPY.

enjoy, aa

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

fluffy vanilla bean cupcake

by Amanda Ashley

A vanilla lovers dream! Our moist cake has a creamy bourbon vanilla bean custard in the center, and is topped in a light, whipped vanilla bean frosting and classic white nonpareils.

Cake: white

Filling- bourbon vanilla bean custard

Icing: whipped vanilla bean frosting

Adorned in: white nonpareils.

For more details go to

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Light Lemon Delight Cupcakes

by Amanda Ashley

Light lemon delight:

Moist white cake filled with a whipped lemon mousse surprise! Frosted in a soft lemon-vanilla butter cream and perfectly dusted with pastel yellow sanding sugar. This sweet indulgence is finished off with a lovely little daisy. Sweet, happy, and mmmm-mmmm good!

Cake: white

Filling: whipped lemon mousse

Icing: lemon-vanilla butter cream

Adorned in: pastel yellow sanding sugar, daisy

See more cupcakes at