These luscious chocolate beehive and rose flower cupcakes are definitely the bee’s knees. If I had to choose one favorite cupcake, it would be these delicious chocolate beehive cupcakes. They were as much fun to make as they were to eat. I first planned to make all beehive cupcakes, and then later decided I needed flowers to go with the bees. So I set aside a few of the cupcakes to pipe flowers on. The flower cupcakes were pretty good too, topped with a coffee-flavored buttercream.Read More →
To celebrate spring, I made these cupcakes and piped them with a delicious, yet light and fluffy, fat-free frosting. I wanted to use a fat-free frosting to mirror the lightness of the season. Spring is such a bright and cheerful time of the year. The flowers start to bloom, trees turn green and everything around us comes to life with color. It’s also a great time of the year to start tending to the gardens again and plant more flowers.Read More →
Cold weather and dry air seem to favor chiffon cakes as whipped egg whites seem to hold better when it’s cold. So I tend to make chiffon cakes in the fall and winter. I’ll make this lemon chiffon cake again when it gets warmer, just to see if humidity really is a factor.