Now you've done it. I was salivating over the raspberry chicken porridge but this is just unfair.
Hee! You made me snarf tea through my nose. Must put you on the 'do not drink whilst reading' list! :)
Oh my word, they look like a pile of heaven. You should sell them...do you sell them?A
A, thank you! No selling, but I have given quite a few away. I think I'll keep this as a hobby. It's a lot of fun!
YUM! The frosting looks so fluffy and sweet and delicious.... okay, I'm salivating. And I don't even really like cupcakes! Do you feed these to the chickens, too? ;)
I'd really like to come over now for some tea and a plate of cupcakes. That is a sea of heaven. I know....you are going to start being famous for your buttercream frosting and people will start showing up at your doorstep, like me :)
Sherri, I will happily eat your share of the cupcakes! :) The chickens get none, though. They're feasting on a tantalising array of cucumber peels, tomato stems, and stale bread this morning.Joanna, pop by any time! I'm thinking about chai cupcakes with pistachio and cardamom icing. You can be the tester.
Beeeyooootiful!! Did you make these from the Magnolia Bakery recipes?
Thank you, Teresa. Yes! It's the Magnolia recipe. I made their chocolate buttercream the other night and it was lovely, too. They really know what they're doing.
Okay, I'm sold. I'll make some tomorrow! We're running low on desserts *gasp*. ;)
You will weep with cupcake joy. :)
yummy. I want some of that creamy goodness.
You'll have to hurry. We have stuffed almost all of them in our greedy gobs. :)
Did you make those? You are brilliant! They look so delicious and perfect.
Thanks, Anne-Marie! They were kinda nice. :) We scarfed them up in no time, and I've promised myself not to do any more baking until my daughter's birthday at the end of the month. Must... pace... cupcake... consumption.
Wow! I wish I could come to Scottland and eat some of them.
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