Published at Sunday, September 09th 2018. by Norma Brewer in Cupcakes.
Can you recall any party that did not have cupcakes as a dessert selection? Probably not, since cupcakes are a perfect dessert option for cake lovers, be it any occasion. So if you are planning to throw a party at your home, do not forget to include cupcakes in your menu. You might be looking for some unique combinations and mouth-watering flavors to appease the sweeter palate of your guests. Here are some fantastic cupcake and frosting combinations.
Cupcakes are generally frosted as are most cakes, with vanilla, chocolate, orange-flavored, or any other flavor that compliments the small cake underneath. Cupcakes can also sport various toppings, like rainbow or chocolate sprinkles, coconut, miniature chocolate chips, candies, pieces of gumdrops or even can be glazed. You can decorate the tops with faces, create tiny animals or flowers, make them into butterflies or simply place a nut in the centre.
Cupcakes can be used on stands to create a unique display. In today's world it is not uncommon to see a cupcake display in lieu of a wedding cake. Cupcakes can take a significant role on a dessert table placed on a tiered cake plate at Christmastime. If you line cupcakes up, circling round on a covered board, you can create a 'caterpillar' effect for a child's birthday party. There are many ways cupcakes can be used for special occasions.
Cupcakes are tasteful at weddings. The large stands have replaced the cake. The expense is considerably less as well. Additional plates and forks are also eliminated. An accompanying napkin can be used to serve. In addition, the serving can be virtually effortless. No cake slicing or mess. Your celebrations finale will be smooth, simple, and finished nicely. You can even send home cupcakes as a favor.
While some of the upscale cupcake boutiques use expensive ingredients like Madagascar Bourbon vanilla, you don't have to go all out to create cupcakes fit for a special event like a wedding. Just be sure to use fresh and natural ingredients, such as butter and fresh fruit instead of margarine and frozen.
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