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Soft and yummy cupcakes that look amazing and taste brilliant!! You can make a icing simply by mixing the icing sugar with milk until the desired consistency is reached.


Cambridgeshire, England, UK

13 people made this

IngredientsServes: 12

  • 110g (4 oz) caster sugar
  • 110g (4 oz) butter or margarine
  • 2 eggs
  • 110g (4 oz) self raising flour
  • Handful jelly sweets
  • 170g (4 oz) icing sugar

MethodPrep:15min ›Cook:20min ›Extra time:10min cooling › Ready in:45min

  1. Place twelve paper cases in a baking tray.
  2. Whisk caster sugar and butter together till fluffy. Then whisk the eggs into the mix till well mixed in.
  3. Fold the flour into the mix then place the mix in the baking cases. Bake in a preheated 180 C / Gas 4 oven for about 15 minutes. Touch the top of a cake and it should bounce back if they are cooked.
  4. Decorate the buns with icing sugar and the jelly sweets!!

See how!

Watch our How to ice cupcakes video to see how to dress them up or down for any occasion!

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awesome cakes cookie they look lovely accept my friend request!!!!!!!!!-01 Jan 2012


Easy Dog Cupcakes aka Pupcake Recipe!

Our dogs are important members of our family. We love to celebrate them and that’s what led me to buy my first dog birthday cupcake a few years ago. But since then we’ve decided it’s fun to celebrate more than just birthdays so learning how to make dog cupcakes was a must!

This post is sponsored by WellPet but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.

I’ll admit that his pupcake recipe is mostly an excuse to get in the kitchen with the kids but the dogs never complain! This easy dog cupcake recipes is one the kids can definitely help you make! My kids even enjoy eating pupcakes (minus the adorable bone-shaped cupcake topper using Old Mother Hubbard All-Natural Dog Snacks) but we save them mostly for Toby and Sebastian.


Recipe Summary

  • 1 (18.25 ounce) package German chocolate cake mix
  • 1 (18.25 ounce) package white cake mix
  • 2 (3.5 ounce) packages instant vanilla pudding mix
  • 1 (12 ounce) package vanilla sandwich cookies
  • 3 drops green food coloring
  • 1 (12 ounce) package tootsie rolls

Prepare cake mixes and bake according to package directions (any size pan).

Prepare pudding according to package directions and chill until ready to assemble.

Crumble sandwich cookies in small batches in a food processor, scraping often. Set aside all but 1/4 cup. To the 1/4 cup add a few drops of green food coloring and mix.

When cakes are cooled to room temperature, crumble them into a large bowl. Toss with 1/2 of the remaining cookie crumbs, and the chilled pudding. You probably won't need all of the pudding, you want the cake to be just moist, not soggy.

Line kitty litter box with the kitty litter liner. Put cake mixture into box.

Put half of the unwrapped tootsie rolls in a microwave safe dish and heat until softened. Shape the ends so that they are no longer blunt, and curve the tootsie rolls slightly. Bury tootsie rolls randomly in the cake and sprinkle with half of the remaining cookie crumbs. Sprinkle a small amount of the green colored cookie crumbs lightly over the top.

Heat 3 or 4 of the tootsie rolls in the microwave until almost melted. Scrape them on top of the cake and sprinkle lightly with some of the green cookie crumbs. Heat the remaining tootsie rolls until pliable and shape as before. Spread all but one randomly over top of cake mixture. Sprinkle with any remaining cookie crumbs. Hang the remaining tootsie roll over side of litter box and sprinkle with a few green cookie crumbs. Serve with the pooper scooper for a gross Halloween dessert.


30 Cute & Creepy Halloween Cupcake Recipes

Halloween is undeniably the spookiest time of the year, but it's also one of the sweetest. Between the trick-or-treating, Halloween cakes, and other Halloween party food ideas, there are more than a few sugar-filled treats to help you ring in October 31 drowning in sugar. But if you're really looking to go all out with your All Hallows' Eve party, the best Halloween cupcakes are sure to please every witch and goblin in sight.

As far as Halloween desserts are concerned, cupcakes are by far the easiest to bake — and stand to make the best impression on your Halloween party-goers. From simple candy corn cupcakes to rich chocolate pumpkin cupcakes, there's a cupcake recipe, decoration, and flavor on this list that will leave everyone feeling spooky and satisfied. These spooktacular Halloween cupcakes can double as gorgeous centerpieces too, adding some extra fun to your Halloween decorations. And when it comes to finding a special treat to enjoy during your Halloween scary movie marathon, you can't do better than these delicious Halloween cupcakes!


Kitten's "Love Potion #9" Protein Frosting

You ever get wind of an idea that was so good you wish you had thought of it?

But you can’t. You really can’t. It’s not honest or ethical — even if it would earn you a place of eternal glory.

This is one of those moments for me. This was not my idea, but an idea passed to me from my friend Leslie (KittenLove on Obesityhelp) who modified this recipe from something she saw in a fitness magazine. It sounded intriguing and, since it had peanut butter in it, I decided to give it a whirl. (Justification, anyone?)

She presented it as an idea for a snack. A pudding, if you will. True, when I first made it, it was very pudding-like. But a night of partying in my fridge turned it into something even more spectacular. Especially when I paired it with my Chocolate Thingamijigee Protein Cupcakes.

So it is with great pride I present to you…
Kitten’s Love Potion #9 Protein Cake Frosting

1 tbsp your favorite peanut butter
1 scoop of your favorite chocolate protein powder (I used this)
3 tablespoons milk (For the batch shown I used skim milk. The batch before that I used Hood Calorie Countdown Chocolate milk. Both turned out divine but the version with the chocolate milk was a bit rich.)
Optional: 1 tablespoon whatever sugar-free syrup you like (I didn’t use any this time but I would recommend Sugar-free Hazelnut syrup for a Nutella kind of thing.)

Nuke peanut butter in the microwave until liquidy (about 45 seconds did the trick for me).

Add in protein powder and mix until it is the consistency of wet sand.

Add your milk, and stir until smooth then add your syrup and stir again.

Refrigerate about two hours (I did overnight but 2 hours should do the trick).

And that’s all there is to it, folks! That looks and feels like icing. With virtually no carbs (there are a few but not many) and loads of protein. Since this is enough to ice more than one cupcake the fat amount is broken up a little but even that isn’t bad (one tablespoon of peanut butter has about 8g of fat). And honestly…when did you ever hear of cake icing being GOOD for your plan?

Since I gave a link to the stats for the cupcakes I figured I’d chime in with the basic stats of the frosting (again, your stats depend on the ingredients YOU use). The frosting covers six cupcakes and for each cupcake’s worth is 44 calories, 5g of protein. I only make one batch at a time because, for me, even protein forward foods can become triggers in large quantities. Your mileage may vary!

I’m going to try this out in a vanilla variety with some almond butter. Anyone care to try it with me and report back on the results?


Triple Layered Grasshopper Pie Vegan Brownies Packed Full Of Chocolate, Mint, And Dark Chocolate Ganache! Trust me, you’ll want to immediately dive into this recipe..

Hi! Welcome to my creative outlet! I have been vegan since 2015. Besides baking, I love pop culture, cats (you’ll soon meet my kitten, Sunday), traveling, summertime, cold brew, reading, and yoga. Let’s make dessert!


Hairball Cupcakes You Can’t Help But Love!

Start by making your favourite cupcakes. Go with a boxed mix if you looking at saving time! If you want to go homemade, try my Coconut Cupcakes for a spin on traditional! You want the cupcakes to be completely cooled before you attempt frosting! I went with my Best Ever Buttercream Frosting. It is my go-to frosting for all my cupcakes. You can’t change perfection!

Once your cupcakes are frosted you are going to need chocolate shavings. I went with a milk chocolate bar and shaved off what I needed.

I then mixed in chopped peanuts and Reese’s Peanut Butter Baking Chips! The combination gives a furry and fun approach to a kitty cat hairball. I sprinkled each cupcake with the yummy combination and hairball cupcakes were born! As you can see from the photo my adorable cat, Alice, these cupcakes are kitty cat approved!


Easy Baked Custard Recipe AND a Free Kitten!

Today an old family recipe worth cherishing, and the latest instalment on life at my farm.

This baked custard recipe was my grandmother’s, although my grandfather liked to boast that he perfected it! It always reminds me of the love and care he had for my grandmother – he was never a man to be in the kitchen but as my grandmother’s eyesight failed and her health deteriorated he would cook this custard for her every week. And I have to admit he did a fine job of it too.

So what’s with the free kitten? I have some in my possession. I’ve been nursing them since yesterday when my husband found them, abandoned by their young feral mother in an overturned cattle trough down by the shed.

So on this frosty farm morning I find myself nursing four tiny feral, hissy-spittie kitties.

Later today I will take them to a cat shelter, not far from here, and kind foster mothers will nurse the kittens until they are old enough to live in the shelter, and be adopted out as rescue pets.

We have a box in the shed with emergency mothering supplies. There is calf formula for baby cows (works on puppies and kittens in a pinch too if watered down), bird mix for baby birds, bird mix for injured adult birds, a mix for wallabies and kangaroos, wombat mix (only ever used that once but the tin is good for two more years!) and an assortment of bottles, droppers, gloves and sacks (for wrapping babies in). Who said I am no soft touch?

This baked custard is equally good for mothering – other people or yourself. It is warm, rich in protein, and easy to eat and digest. True comfort food with its silky texture and gentle flavours. I would have eaten some for breakfast, but somehow in the middle of the night the remainder has disappeared. Those kittens must be able to raid the fridge!

Easy Baked Custard Recipe

Ingredients: 4 eggs, 2 and 1/2 cups milk, 3 tablespoons sugar, 1 teaspoon vanilla, butter for greasing dish, nutmeg. (If you need this recipe to be sugar free it works just fine with an equivalent amount of natural sugar substitute – I use Natvia and it tastes brilliant!)

  1. Preheat your oven to 130c (250f or slow oven) if fanforced or 150c (300f – and still slowish oven) if not.
  2. Grease a four cup capacity dish, and find a baking tray large enough for it to sit within.
  3. Beat eggs and sugar together with a whisk or fork until sugar is dissolved. Add milk and vanilla and mix through.
  4. Pour mixture into the greased dish.
  5. Grate or sprinkle nutmeg over the top of the custard. (I am a firm lover of fresh nutmeg – once you’ve tried it you’ll never go back to the packaged stuff!)
  6. Fill baking tray with cold water so that it comes halfway up the side of the custard dish.
  7. Place carefully into oven and bake for 40 to 60 minutes or until set. Custard will be firm under your touch, although it may still be a bit wobbly in the middle. It will firm more as it cools.

Note: Oven temperatures vary widely. You need to cook this slowly to be rewarded with a thick, well set dish. If it is cooked at too high a temperature you will have lots of bubbles in your custard and a lot of whey (clearish looking fluid). Unless you have used low temperatures in your oven before, you need to check your custard after thirty minutes. After thirty minutes, if the custard has not picked up some colour and begun to set, your oven is too slow and you will need to adjust the temperature up a little. When I cook this at my farm in my Falcon Oven which is fan-forced electric, it takes 40 minutes to bake my custard. When I cook this dish in the city, my old gas oven takes 60 minutes.

Serve warm or cold. Goes very well with stewed fruits, baked apples and pastries. I am reliably informed that it is also tasty with jelly. Warning – may be stolen by kittens!

Custard going into the oven in its water bath Bert – totally perplexed by the hissing box just out of his reach (for his safety – not the kittens!) Charlie took advantage of the early morning kitten action by putting himself back to bed – in my bed!


Preparation

Step 1

Bake cupcakes remove to a wire rack to cool completely.

Tint coconut to desired shade of yellow. (I used 5 liquid drops in 1 cup of small cut coconut flakes.) Set aside.

Slit orange gumdrops in the center but not all the way through. Sprinkle a little sugar in the slit so the "beak" won't seal back up. Set aside.

Flatten and shape the yellow gumdrops into wing shapes. You will need a right and a left "wing" for each cupcake. (I paired them up as I went along.) Set aside.

ASSEMBLY:
Working on one cupcake at a time, generously frost a cupcake. Pile on a thick layer of the yellow coconut. Use 2 upside down chocolate chips for the eyes. (You may need to move a little of the coconut out of the way first with a toothpick then dab a bit of frosting on the chip.)

For the beak, center a split orange gumdrop just below the eyes. For the wings, I used a dab of frosting on the bottom side of the edge that joins onto the cupcake then inserted 2 toothpicks into the cupcake for support until set. Allow several hours to set.


Grain Free Cat Treats Recipe

Just a few weeks ago, we were getting ready to bring home a furry new family member. Izzy has been wanting a kitten so badly, and we&rsquod learned of a wee little black and white cutie that was going to be needing a new home soon.

As the day for picking up our new baby kitty grew closer, we were all so excited. We could hardly wait! We got her little bed all ready, picked out some healthy food for her, and chose the perfect little food bowl.

One thing Izzy kept mentioning was how sweet it was that the &ldquobig mama&rdquo kitty was going to let her baby come live with us, and be our kitty.

We decided to make a special present to say &ldquoThank You!&rdquo to Big Mama Kitty, and some homemade cat treats seemed like the perfect idea.

I wanted to keep things simple, since I&rsquod have two eager little helpers. And since we&rsquore all grain-free, I wanted this recipe to be nutrient-dense, without some of the &ldquofiller ingredients&rdquo that so many cat treat recipes have.

So I winged it. And you know what? They&rsquore amazing.

The dough is easy to work with, the treats brown up nicely, and they&rsquore crispy-crunchy&hellipbut still easy to eat, even for tiny kitten teeth.

They&rsquore extra healthy, because this recipe includes a good dose of mineral powder. If you don&rsquot want to spring for the powder that we use, it&rsquos easy to substitute: try instead, using some of these herbs that also have wonderful health benefits for cats:

  • echinacea (immune boosting)
  • red clover (immune boosting)
  • nettle (urinary tract health)
  • parsley (discourages tumor growth)
  • licorice root (anti-inflammatory)

All of these make excellent additions to cat treat recipes. (If you&rsquore substituting, just grind them up into a good fine powder, and use in place of the mineral meal in the recipe.)

We had so much fun making up &ldquomany, many, many&rdquo treats! Of course, we were sure to make some bigger ones for sweet Lucy, our dear old golden retriever mix.

She was our first taste tester, and she could hardly wait for them to come out of the oven!

These are a little smaller in real life, than the pictures make them look. We dropped them onto the cookie sheet by the 1/4 teaspoonful.

They&rsquore a great size for being able to give a few treats at a time, without filling up a little tummy too much.

We packaged up a jarful for our big weekend trip to go meet our new kitty &ndash and we really hoped &ldquoBig Mama Kitty&rdquo would like our present!

She loved them! And so did our brand new little fur baby&hellip

We named her Kona. She&rsquos now Izzy&rsquos constant companion, and absolute best buddy.

We hope your fur babies like these homemade cat treats as much as ours do!!



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