Friday, November 16, 2007

fall cupcakes

I was recently asked by a friend to make a Chocolate Khalua cake for 50 for a birthday party. Because there would be alot of children at the party as well as adults, she asked if I make cupcakes. This party was right before Halloween. A little late posting, I know, but life... Anyway, she didn't want it to feel like a halloween party so we decided to do the cupcakes in fall colors. What fun!! I couldn't wait to get started! She also asked that they be vanilla since the cakes I was making were very rich chocolate. So here's what I came up with, these are just a basic white cupcake with buttercreme frosting.
The sunflowers were time consuming but so fun to make. I heard later that the adults at the party like they cupcakes as much as the children:)


Cynthia said...

These are so beautiful.

Nora B. said...

I'm sure that they kids (and adults) would have been fighting to get a cupcake - they all look so good!

Bellini Valli said...

I would have loved these Kahlua cupcakes as well! I love their sunflower icing. The party girl was very lucky!!!

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Sylvia said...

The sunflower idea for those cupcakes are lovely I,m sure that the kids enjoy a lot

Eva said...

How lovely! How did you manage to get the icing into shape and stay like that?

Peabody said...

I love the pretty.

Freya and Paul said...

Stunning cupcakes!!

Half Baked said...

Hi Cynthia,

Thanks nora b.! I hope so:)

Hi bellini valli,

Hi sylvia,
I hope that they did!

Hi eva,
thanks. I made a stiff buttercreme frosting and put them into the fridge. The frosting held up very well, even after a car ride:)

Hi peabody,

Hi freya and paul,