I absolutely loved the almond flavoured sponge cake for the tiramisu cake I made last week. So much so that I made a small batch of it into some cupcakes, to use up the remaining mascarpone frosting. And drizzled them generously with the coffee and kahlua syrup. And they are delicious. Simple and light (and light... Continue Reading →


I have not made cupcakes for a while. And since I needed a cake layer for an order of Chocolate Intense, I decided to just make a batch of my favourite devil’s food cake and bake half of them as cupcakes. To make the cupcakes a bit more special, I remembered reading about these cupcakes... Continue Reading →

There is just something about pandan that reminds me of the best things during my childhood. I have been looking for a good pandan cake recipe for a while, and finally I came across this. I was not in the mood to make a whole cake, so I adapted this recipe to make a batch... Continue Reading →

This was the very first thing I baked, and I like to think the second time I baked this is a nice improvement from the first. The cake and frosting recipe I used here is based from Robicelli’s A Love Story with Cupcakes, which also happens to be one of the very first baking bake... Continue Reading →

I believe I have found my perfect red velvet cupcake recipe. Well, with just a little tweaking based on the many comments. Makes 15 cupcakes INGREDIENTS For cakes 155 g flour 20 g unsweetened cocoa powder ½ teaspoon baking soda ¼ teaspoon salt 115 g butter, softened 190 g sugar 2 eggs 115 g sour... Continue Reading →

I have been wanting to make these little Nutella darlings for a while, but, just never seemed to get to it until now. I have to say, this recipe yielded 13 perfect cupcakes, perfect dome with a light and fine crumb. In my case, I used the honey and all-purpose flour, and for ¼ cup... Continue Reading →

These cupcakes are absolutely delicious. Probably one of my favorite cupcakes to date, and I have eaten many, many cupcakes. This is an amalgam of the Hummingbird Bakery’s version as well as a tip on the chocolate ganache from Allison Robicelli. I made more cupcakes than I intended to, so I ate a few of... Continue Reading →

I love chocolate and I love peanut butter, so, a chocolate cupcake with peanut butter frosting seemed like the perfect thing to bake. Unfortunately, it did not work out too well for me. The cupcake cracked quite a bit even when I was baking it at a rather low temperature, and the peanut butter frosting... Continue Reading →

Second attempt at chocolate cupcakes using the same recipe for the cake and chocolate frosting as before, but separated half of the frosting and adding salted caramel sauce in it. Unfortunately, the salted caramel flavor was not as distinct as I would have liked. In the hindsight, judging from the fact that I am left... Continue Reading →

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