When it comes to cake decorating, I’m all about embracing low effort, high impact techniques, and these hydrangea cupcakes definitely fall into that category. Using a very simple piping method, you can quickly and easily create these beautiful, blooming cupcakes!
The beauty of lemon curd is that it tastes amazing on almost anything. It’s delicious when used as a filling for cakes, but you can also use it as a filling for tarts, spread it on scones and pancakes, layer it in a parfait or trifle, or even have it as a topping on ice cream! The possibilities are endless.
More than 6 years ago, I put my name on the waitlist for a plot at my local community garden. I had just about forgotten that I was even on the list, when I received an email a few weeks ago with the subject line: “Plot #38 available”. The wait was finally over!
If you start scouring the internet for blueberry scone recipes, you’ll notice that most, if not all, call for fresh blueberries. However, these same recipes casually mention that frozen blueberries will also work just fine. The problem with frozen blueberries though, is that they are very delicate, and tend to explode as they thaw if not handled very carefully.