Sunday, January 17, 2010

Cherry Chronoberry Pies for PB Winterbottom!

Mini Cherry Chronoberry Pies made just for The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom, an Xbox LIVE Arcade downloadable video game! We delivered these mini pies to local editorial outlets to promote the pie thief, and GamePro wrote a news piece on the pie along with the game!

Packaged in pink :)

They're small, cupcake size!

Mr. P.B. Winterbottom...

Friday, December 18, 2009

Rocky Peppermint Road Cupcakes

For the holidays, get the warm and fuzzies with peppermint road cupcakes -- a little twist on the classic rocky road ice cream! It's a chocolate cupcake mixed with chocolate chips, almonds, and peppermint crunch. yumm!


Sunday, November 8, 2009

More Pancake, Bacon, and Eggs with Whipped cream and Maple Syrup cupcakes...

We made it again, and it was, undoubtedly, the most delicious savory pancakes I've ever had! These Pancake, Bacon, and Egg Cupcakes have been slightly modified this time around, and now best topped with a drizzling of real maple syrup, a squirt of whipped cream, and thick cut bacon bits. Guaranteed everyone will love it!


Thursday, November 5, 2009

Oreo Sandwich Frosting-less cupcakes, and Quad-layered Pumpkin Pie!

Oreos are so yummmm... make it fun with an Oreo sandwich cupcake. Or, get festive with a quad-layered pumkin pie cupcake (topped with a mini star shaped pie crust).

Oreo Sandwich Cupcakes:

Oreo Sandwich cupcakes -- minus the frosting for a (somewhat) lower fat cupcake (no, not really)! Just gently break apart the top and bottom of an oreo cookie, place the bottom one in the cupcake liner with cream side up.

Then fill with chocolate or white cake cupcake batter (or whatever flavor you like), and top with the other piece of oreo cookie (creme side down). Bake as you normally would (350 degrees, for about 15-18 minutes, until inserted toothpick comes out clean).

Alternatively, you could also hold off on baking the top Oreo, and actually frost your cupcakes once they're cooled. Then place the other Oreo half, creme-side down, onto the frosting. Cute!

Pumpin Pie Stars:

See my Pumpkin Pie Poppers recipe for the basic quad-layered cupcake, and do the following:
- Roll out pie crust dough. Or, using the uncooked/remaining portions of the pie crust dough for the bottom of the cupcake...
- Take a small star cookie/stencil cutter, and cut out 2-3 dozen stars from the uncooked pie crust dough.
- Place stars on an sheet of aluminum foil, and bake in oven -- 350 degrees, 6-8 minutes (until slightly golden brown). Remove and let cool.
- Once cooled, place stars on top of cupcakes to decorate.


Sunday, November 1, 2009

Halloween Cupcakes

For Halloween, I had an order for 11 dozen Halloween-themed cupcakes. Check them out!

Fondant cupcake toppers ordered and hand made from

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

New Glitter imported for my cupcakes!

It's so shiny... this glitter I had imported from the U.K. because it's not sold in America. The glitter sold here pales in comparison because this stuff, this disco glitter, is truly shimmery like an art project! I got so excited when it finally came in (that and the gold stars), I had to make a batch immediately!


Monday, October 26, 2009

Iron Cupcake: San Francisco - Ingredient: Beer

Photos from the October Challenge, Iron Cupcake San Francisco!