Confetti cup cakes

Ever since my goodies in the form of multi-coloured sprinkles and icing arrived I’d been itching to use them.. on something! I nearly sprinkled some on curd rice, but held off. Looks aren’t everything right? You must be able to eat it!

So I finally got around to making very simple cup cakes from this recipe. I used caster sugar and butter instead of shortening, but everything else, including the method stayed the same. Here are some snap shots!

silicone cup cake molds

What I love about these silicone cup cake molds is that they’re reusable.

cup cakesBatter in. Cup cakes out! Don’t you just love baking?!

decorated cup cakesConfetti! Photo by Chirag.

I used this recipe for the cream cheese frosting and piped it over the cakes. Dino and fishy sprinkles went on top.

Paying a bomb for “imported” cream cheese days are over. Brittania now makes cream cheese which sells for Rs.140 or so compared to the Rs.450 for the imported ones.¬†You can throw a party just for that!

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4 Responses to “Confetti cup cakes”

  1. Shilpa says:

    The cup cakes are so pretty that I don’t wanna eat em – LOL!

    Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe Anu.

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  2. Dipti says:

    Voww….these cupcakes look so yummy…I’m gonna bake them!!..

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  3. Jaya says:

    Yipee for the cream cheese news, Anu.:) Cup cakes look really does the empty tray with just moulds, actually.

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  4. Bhumika says:

    Those cup cakes tasted out of the world!! so yummm…

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