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By using Greek yoghurt instead of frosting to make these cake pops, I’ve cut down the calories and fat whilst avoiding a greasy, buttery texture and instead getting a wonderful tangy taste that works so well with the orange flavour of the cake.
I guess these cakes should be pumpkin flavoured, seeing as how they’re pumpkin shaped and all, but I don’t like pumpkin (gasp!) so they’re orange and that’s that.
This caramel apple cheesecake could so be your Thanksgiving dessert this year – alongside the traditional pumpkin pie, of course.
Just another piece of advice before I let you get on with your Monday. If you happen to share a house with a less-than-mature man/boy-child, it’s highly likely that this strawberry cream cheese coffee cake will become Pacman if you leave it alone for more than a nanosecond.
Frozen yoghurt mixed with marshmallow fluff, layers of creamy white chocolate and a rich Oreo crust – what’s not to love?
When these puddings are cooking, they separate into two layers – a springy sponge on the bottom and a custard-like layer on the top.
I think the title is a bit excessive, too.
Do I have a three-year-old child who helped me decorate these cake pops, you ask? Funny enough, everyone seems to ask me similar questions when they see my decorating skills.
Maybe you’ll make it for Valentine’s Day, or maybe just to treat yourself or maybe you’ll make some for me and bring it round because you’re super-nice like that and take care of people who can no longer breathe through their nose.
Have you ever seen something so beautiful as fluffy white meringue turned crispy and brown with the help of a blow torch?
You’ve got to be really careful when baking these – if you bake them for the perfect amount of time they will be deliciously light and fluffy, but if you go over time they will be chewy and tough.
Sometimes you just need to shove a deliciously chocolate cupcake in your mouth, right ladies?
You know those truffles that are made out of crushed Oreos, powdered sugar and cream cheese? Well the swirl is like that – just better!
Milk chocolate cupcakes filled with a devastatingly-good hot fudge sauce and swirled with a rich chocolate frosting – oh my gosh these cupcakes are amazing!
I was sat at home last Friday night when I was suddenly hit with a cheesecake craving. I’d been looking at microwave mug cakes earlier in the day and thought ‘microwave cheesecake – why not?’
Red Velvet Cupcakes are usually coupled with a rich cream cheese frosting, but if you’re not so keen on this type of frosting you can try a whipped cream frosting to achieve the same look.
Toasting the marshmallows really makes a difference and adds a whole other level of flavor to this frosting, reminiscent of roaring fires and sleeping under the stars.
The title says it all.
Chocolate Guinness Cupcakes are a great treat for St Patrick’s Day – or any other day for that matter!
The cake is not overly-sweet but the cocoa powder creates a wonderful hint of chocolate.
This has to be one of my all-time favourite cupcake flavours. I love Oreos and anything that incorporates them cannot be anything less than fantastic!
Smooth, velvety and rich – this triple chocolate mousse cake is the perfect way to end an indulgent Valentine’s Day meal. Made up for three sumptuous mousse layers, this dessert not only tastes amazing, but also looks stunning.
This Six-Layer Ice Cream Birthday Cake is ideal for a baking beginner who wants to make a big impression. It’s actually a really simple cake to create, but you’ll need a lot of time so make sure you plan ahead.
I turned my cupcakes into reindeer and Christmas puddings, but because cupcakes are so versatile when it comes to decorating, you can turn them into anything. Have fun with it!
I absolutely love cheesecake. The crumbly digestive base combines with the smooth, creamy soft cheese topping so well. Even on its own its fantastic, but add a layer of berries, fruit, chocolate or even After Eights on top and it becomes something magical.
By just piping icing in straight lines and adding a couple of eyes, these ordinary chocolate cupcakes become something much more exciting.