Chocolate Cupcakes with Salted Caramel Buttercream to celebrate Mother’s Day
It is just perfect to serve cupcakes,cakes, cheeses, fruits or any food. Acacia Wooden Base and the Glass Dome can be used separately from the slate stand. The glass dome lid will keep your cupcakes safe until you are ready to unveil your culinary delights to hungry guests. I love Slate stands / platters for displaying in a party. They are perfect for afternoon tea too.
This enchanting Burleigh Teapot with dove grey floral pattern, tMade in England earthen ware pot is a perfect gift for Mother’s Day. It can serve up to 3-4 cups in one sitting and has a specially designed spout to regulate pouring which minimises on spillage.
I have had a crush on Sophie Conron tableware for sometime. And this cake server with beautiful packaging,is elegant and perfect as a Mother’s Day Present.
My missy had a loud scream in excitement when she spotted the heart shaped cake tin. Lets bake something now was what she said. I have reserved it for a special occasion.
These heavy duty non stick mini muffin tins from masterclass as perfect for mini bites. Be a birthday party or tea time, these 12 holed mini tin will be perfect.
We had Ma and Pa with me for 2 weeks before they travelled to US. I had all the plans to work on this post then. It couldn’t have been better to have Ma ( my mum) around whilst working with the Mother’s day selection. Instead I did take a sabbatical from shooting/ styling and blogging too. Posts were scheduled for those 2 weeks.
Our routines were busier than expected, but fun!! They were just getting used to this ever changing British weather.. Tell me all about it. First thingy we do every morning is to check the weather in BBC and plan the day. As we are nearly in spring, our first car boot sale began yesterday in Walton on Thames. There were more sellers than buyers because of the windy weather. Oh what fun! My mum would have loved to accompany me but.. sadly her tickets were already booked.
She enjoys thrift markets in UK and always amazed at the different collectibles people sell.
“Never mind ma” – when you return in June, a trip to a Flea Market is for sure 🙂
Did I tell you about the vintage French Milk Bottle and a pair of Noritake Japanese bowls were my my finds yesterday. I am totally in love with them and are sure to star them soon in my shoot.
Coming back to these Chocolate Cupcakes with Salted Caramel Buttercream, cupcakes are really easy to make and I have adapted the recipe from here. I was so keen to use my newly found muffin wrappers from the pound store.. Ain’t they classy? After these cupcakes were cooked, I realised my pipping bags/ nozzles are not to be found. Phew!! After surfing through the web, I came across this gorgeous link where she shares a few ways to pipe just with ziplock bag. How convenient and handy it is, isn’t it?
If you noticed the swirls on my cupcakes, all thanks to Ann Readon who shares the magic a plastic bag could do.
Enjoy these Chocolate Cupcakes with Salted Caramel Buttercream swirls for now whilst I come back with yet another Slurppy post soon.
My last 2 posts have been treaty posts too
Coffee Chocolate Cake with Maple Syrup Buttercream Frosting
Coconut Loaf Cake