Pair the delicate flavour of matcha with these delicious cupcakes for a perfect afternoon treat!
Nyan Cat cupcakes to help raise awareness for fighting against animal cruelty. You can help too with RSPCA Cupcake Day!
Spring is in the air, the Prosecco is flowing, and the cameras are clicking. It’s all about the Prosecco on our King Valley Food Photography Workshop. The spring blossoms are out, and travelling from winery to winery is nothing but a picturesque journey.
King Valley is most definitely a #happyplace just a few hours from home.
Just a reminder that RSPCA Cupcake day is on Monday!
If you are after something a little bit different, and little bit cute; why not give these a whirl!
Purple frosting is the thing of dreams, especially when it oozes a fresh blueberry flavour. Paired with the lemon curd cupcakes, it goes fabulously with a cup of tea.
What’s been going on?
• RSPCA Cupcake Day
• Luna 1878 Night Market – Queen Vic Market
• Yarra Valley Chocolaterie Hot Chocolate Festival
• Prahran Market Harvest Hall Reopened
• Queen Victoria Market Tours
Lamingtons + Cupcakes = Awesomeness
You can’t go wrong with this combination from goodfood.com.au
I just adore chai, and I love making cupcakes. When I found the recipe for these bad boys, I knew I had to make them!
Oh how I do love red velvet cake. I’m not getting to New York anytime soon, so I’ve decided to try Magnolia Bakery’s recipe down under.
What could be better? New recipes and silicone bakeware to cook the recipes in delivered every fortnight? The new Baked & Delicious magazine offers just that. Each issue has a range of recipes, with very easy to follow recipes; proving anyone can bake! With 60 issues in the series, the first issue includes great recipes
I’ve been neglecting my RSS feeds lately… it’s in the thousands. I randomly opened a few the other day and saw these coca-cola cupcakes on Patent And the Pantry’s blog and new I had to make them ASAP! I saw the pictures and description and didn’t need anymore prompting. When reading the post after consuming
Week 38 Theme: Spice Cookbook Used: Martha Stewart’s Cupcakes Author: Martha Stewart Expect more baking recipes on this blog… I have ALOT of butter to get through. I picked this 1.5kg slab of butter up from a trip to Costco, but haven’t done anything with it. This recipe by Martha Stewart caught my eye. Having
It started with a tweet. It started with a tweet of mine: “good news – I didn’t buy a cookbook today. bad news – 1 bought 3 instead. is there a cookbooks anonymous I can join?” (Don’t worry Mum, they were all well below retail price, and my savings are going well!) The good thing
Hamsley and I decided to take a break from all the moving stress and took a Sunday morning trip down to the Flemington craft market on Sunday. We were hoping to go back to the Healesville market or even the Mornington market, but they weren’t on; thus us ending up checking out the Flemington market
Whilst catching up on my reading of other blogs, I came across this recipe for chocolate and beer on Pikelet and Pie’s blog. As soon as I read the title, I knew I was going to make it. I wondered what the flavour combination would taste like, and I knew Hamsley wouldn’t have a problem
Week 8 Theme: Sweet Cookbook Used: Delicious – Quick Smart Cook Author: Valli Little You can’t get much sweeter than condensed milk for sweet week can you? …. well I suppose you can if you add more sugar, but unless you want to lose a limb to diabetes, I suggest you don’t. I mean
After hearing good things about Little Cupcakes since my last cupcake venture in the city, I thought it was time I tasted what all the fuss was about. We had a family trip to Costco where I found the giant sized cupcakes, followed by a trek to Sportsgirl to find hot shoes I have been
Having recently started a new job, I haven’t had much time in the kitchen. So I scheduled baking time in my diary for Saturday morning. Having wanting to bake something from the new Donna Hay magazine, but finding I was missing at least 1 ingredient for every recipe I wanted to try, I thought I’d
After brunch at Brown Sugar cafe, and some adventures around the city; which included me buying a new lens for my camera, to take better blog photos… there was a need for afternoon tea. Sure we could have just gone to the Lindt Cafe again, but I didn’t really want to blog yet ANOTHER Lindt
So I made it back into my kitchen to do some baking. After eating, and enjoying lots of free salami, I thought I’d try cooking something without using salami.. although I’m not sure how salami cupcakes would have turned out; or who would have eaten them! This recipe seemed interesting; combining doughnuts and cupcakes into
You’ve all heard of love at first sight haven’t you? I was totally in love when I first saw this product: The lovely Kim from Fully Baked contacted me to see if I was interested in giving the BeaterBlade+ a test run, as they were launching the product to the Australian and New Zealand market.
Nothing makes me happier than to see people get all excited and smile when you give them cake. Of course, the compliments that follow it don’t hurt the ego either. This was certainly the case today at work when I brought in neenish cupcakes! There were a few Michael Jackson jokes about it being black
So I bought this new cupcake cookbook to add to my already massive collection of cookbooks. Despite already owning quite a few cupcake books, I would have to say this one is my favorite. The pictures are gorgeous, and well the first recipe I tried was a MASSIVE success. I made these for the lovely
It’s that time of year again, my favorite, Easter! Chocolate to celebrate? I dunno who thought of that but I LOVE that idea! I was going to give hot cross buns a go but my aunty dropped around a dozen and mum bought some so I thought I’d leave that idea for another day. I