Moist red velvet cupcakes recipe with vanilla buttercream, a rich and luxurious dessert for those special days like Christmas or Valentine’s Day.
I’ve been thinking about baking some for quite a while now, but I just could not find a good-quality red food colouring. Most shops will have the low-price-even-lower quality red food colouring that, no matter how much you use, you end up with a some sort of very sad brownish colour. The liquid ones are the worst, as they can change the consistency of your batter too, which, in some cases, can be catastrophic. So, do stay away from them.
One of my friends, who is an excellent baker, recommended me Sugarflair food colouring and I just love it. You can purchase online different colours and the paste is so concentrated, that you only need to use a tiny little amount of it to get the gorgeous bright red. What a brilliant product, I am more than pleased with it. I am sure I will get to test in on different other desserts, so stay posted. The one I love the Red velvet cheesebake swirl brownies, what a treat!
These sinfully delicious pretty little things are a big hit for any party. The bright red sponge and the white icing make them the perfect choice for Christmas or Valentine’s Day, but that’s not to say you can’t have them any other day. So, moist red velvet cupcakes recipe all the way!
Everybody’s buzzing around when it comes to big celebrations, from birthdays to Christmas, Valentine’s Day and so on. So much excitement, and, of course, lots of baking. But then, you want to show off your hard work, isn’t it? So you need something spectacular that will get people talking about long after the party is over.
Moist red velvet cupcakes recipe with vanilla buttercream, a rich and indulgent dessert that screams perfection. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees C. (375 Fahrenheit).
Moist red velvet cupcakes recipe with vanilla buttercream, a rich and indulgent dessert that screams perfection.
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees C. (375 Fahrenheit).