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Mixed Bouquet Cupcakes

Your springtime cupcakes can be as colorful as a field of wildflowers. These flower topped treats feature colorful Rosebuds, Daisies and Apple Blossoms.
Makes: Each cupcake serves 1.
Skill Level: None

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Step 1

Ice cupcakes smooth.

Step 2

For daisies, pipe tip 126 petals from cupcake edge to center. Pipe tip 3 ball center; sprinkle with yellow sugar.

Step 3

For rosebuds, pipe tip 126 half rose; add 2 side petals. Pipe tip 3 sepal and calyx; add tip 352 leaf.

Step 4

For apple blossom, pipe tip 126 apple blossom with tip 3 ball center; sprinkle center with white sugar.

*Combine Violet with Rose for violet shown.

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Finish your petit fours or cupcakes with one pretty rosebud. Made in buttercream, this flat flower can be piped directly on the cake in your favorite colors. Or make them ahead using royal icing. On cakes, use the rosebud as an accent or in floral spray bouquet.

Try some fun color combinations: yellow petals with yellow or blue centers, violet or blue petals with yellow centers and peach petals with orange centers. Highlight centers with Wilton Cake Sparkles, or colored sugars.

This 5-petal springtime flower, most commonly seen in white or soft pink, is virtually the same petal shape as the wild rose, but uses a smaller tip creating a petite flower. The dot stamen are typically positioned like the holes in a 5-hole button. Dry them on flower formers for a more natural look.

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Mixed Bouquet Cupcakes is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I had forgotten that I posted this review before. I wanted to share this idea again because I was recently reminded about my "fabulous cupcakes!" I made them in the Spring of 1977 for my nephew's baptism. My sister's mother in law raved about the cupcakes with all the flowers piped on top. Since I was very new at making flowers, I was really happy about how my dessert pleased everyone. Fast forward 36 (!) years, & the lovely mother in law STILL raves about my cupcakes!.
Date published: 2013-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wilton gave me this idea more than 30 (!) years ago, when I was just learning & my flower reportiore was a rose, daisy, bachelor button, mum, sweet pea, & a sort of a carnation. It was a winner then, & it remains one now. Perfect because everyone gets a flower or a rose, & didn't we all beg for that piece of cake when we were kids? Use the cupcake as your flowernail, & pipe the flowers you have learned, & no one need know if you are new at decorating, or an old pro. This cupcake would work for a simple dinner or a special themed party. I debuted these cupcakes at my nephew's christening; change out the colors and/or the flowers, say fluffy pom-pom mums, and they work for the Homecoming Game party or Thanksgiving. Save paper and bake your cupcakes in store bought ice cream cones, & they are even more eye-catching! Do give this one a try!!
Date published: 2011-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun, fun, fun!!! I had a blast making these and other flowers. Around 60 altogether.
Date published: 2011-05-12
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