Designer Cup Cakes

 

Cupcake classes will help you learn more about healthy cupcake recipes. In fact when the cupcake is decorated well, it becomes a winner already and these tricks are only taught at exclusive cupcake decorating classes.

Topics Covered:

  • Red Velvet Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting
  • Vanilla Choco Cups with Oreo Icing
  • Blueberry Cups with Blueberry Icing
  • Choco Lava Cupcakes
  • Cake Pops
  • Time/Duration: 2.00 – 5.00 pm; 3 Hours; 1 day session
Carrot raisin cupcakes

Carrot in general add to our nutrient content and raisins are considered essential to increase the iron content in the body. When these amazingly nutritious ingredients are blended the end product is healthy, but, the addition of sugar destroys it all. However, we need not have to make a sugar free cupcake, but make sure the ingredients especially the sugar content is minimal. We can substitute sugar with jaggery for a more healthy version.

Banana and date cupcakes

Banana and date is a perfect combination if you like your muffins gooey. In fact while baking, instead of all purpose flour opt for coconut flour, it has high nutrient content. Also substitute sugar for honey. Dates and banana are rich in iron content. Decorate the cupcake with fresh raspberries or blueberries. To learn the little tricks on how to combine ingredients can only be learned at cupcake classes.

Beet root and chocolate cupcakes

If you are one of those who cannot imagine their cupcakes without chocolate, yet hate that extra pound. This recipe is the one for you. Adding the anti-oxidant rich beets gives a healthy touch to the cupcakes.

Learn the art of baking healthy cupcakes. Enroll for cookery courses today!

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