When you combine a lovely fluffy cupcake with a silky vanilla custard cream and top it off with a caramelised and crunchy crust, you are in for a sure treat. These Crème Brulee Cupcakes are smooth, deliciously decadent and nothing close to ordinary. Get baking girls, because this recipe is a sweet and sugary surprise that will be loved by all.
Having a fabulous dinner party and in need of a “WOW” dessert recipe, then this should definitely tickle your fancy. It does not only look like a dream it also tastes like one! An exquisite marriage of crispy meringue, heavenly Chantilly cream and soft, juicy raspberries. A glorious indulgence! So get on over to returntosundaysupper and have a go at these yum Pavlova Hearts. Ps. Keep in mind Valentines day is just around the corner and this would be a perfect romantic treat.
Whether serving this cocktail in a pitcher or a Martini glass, there is no denying that it will give your party a good and solid kick-start. It is a fresh, fruity and crisp cocktail cooler that is sure to impress. Just visit aspicyperspective for this vibrant Raspberry Mojito Recipe. Enjoy x
I simply love anything that looks just as good as it tastes, and these gorgeous Chocolate Icebox cupcakes topped with cute colourful sprinkles are just the most scrumptious little treats ever! It is quick and easy and will delight both adults and kids. Perfect for an outdoor Summer party! To be served with an assortment of prettiness and a whole lot of laughter. For this candy-coloured recipe just hop on over to Twopeasandtheirpod.
I love how Christmas gives us the chance to be young and innocent again, a chance to free our imaginations and become part of Santa’s magical journey. As kids we believed Santa was going to stop by in the middle of the night to enjoy some milk and cookies, and so this tradition still carries on, but nowadays we have so many gorgeous sweet treat ideas, that we can spoil Mr. Clause even more. Find some lovely inspiration for sweet nibbles and surprise not only Santa, but all the friends and family xx
This past weekend we visited a lovely ,little good food market, where I tasted some dangerously delicious cupcakes. Light and lemony with a hint of creaminess. I couldn’t get the recipe for these utterly delightful treats, but found 5 other gorgeous recipe for lemon cupcakes. Choose a blueberry buttercream frosting or a tangy lemon meringue pie filling and you are guaranteed a crowd pleasing cupcake.
2. Lemon cupcakes with Blueberry buttercream frosting
Everyone loves marshmallows, but there is something about home-made ones that is just so much better than store bought and they are so simple to make you wont want to buy them ever again! You can make vanilla ones and dip them in chocolate or toasted coconut or you could add caramel or strawberry flavoring instead of vanilla to the mix, the options are endless!
What you need:
3 packets of unflavored gelatin
1 cup cold water, divided
1 1/2 cups granulated sugar
1/2 cup light corn syrup or golden syrup
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
Icing sugar for dusting
A bit of butter for greasing the baking dish
In a large bowl combine the gelatin with 1/2 cup of the water; set aside.
Meanwhile, combine the remaining water with the sugar, corn syrup, and salt and vanilla extract in a small saucepan. Cook over medium heat until the sugar dissolves. Increase the heat to high and cook until the syrup mixture reaches 240º F on a candy thermometer or the soft ball stage. With a mixer on low, carefully and slowly pour the syrup into the dissolved gelatin. Increase the speed to high and whip until the mixture is white, glossy, and very thick, about 15 minutes. Add half of the sprinkles
Grease the baking dish. Using a fine-mesh sieve or shaker, generously dust your baking dish with the icing sugar. Sprinkle some of your funfetti at the bottom of the dish. Pour the marshmallow mixture into the pan. Smooth the top with an off-set spatula and sprinkle with more funfetti. Allow a few hours for the marshmallows to dry out.
Turn the marshmallows out onto a cutting surface and cut them into squares or desired shapes. Dust the cut sides with more confectioners’ sugar or sprinkles. Store the marshmallows in an airtight container or bag. Enjoy!
We love hot chocolate at the FAB guide and when we found this cute way to serve it we just had to share! With chocolate spoons you can make your own rich creamy hot chocolate and it is such a great way to serve it to guests.
How to make them:
All you need are some pretty spoons (plastic, wooden or metal, it doesn’t matter) , good quality chocolate, sprinkles and other edible decorative goodies like mini marshmallows. Melt the chocolate on a double boiler. Fill the spoons and add the decorations while the chocolate is still soft.