Posted on April 8th, 2012 by Nat
Easter brings out the cupcakes in all of us. There were so many good ones this year that I had a hard time picking just a few to show here. I’ll start with my favorite.
What I like about these Chocolate Easter Birds Nest ones, other than the fact that they look so simple and pretty, the nests look so naturally arranged. Got Chocolate has a nice tutorial on how to make them. Give it a try.
These simple but detailed Easter Chicks & Flower cupcakes, are clean & very well made.
These Easter Chick cupcakes are cute & pretty easy to make. If you would like to try and make some, Food Network has the recipe & directions.
Can you guess what these carrots made from? It’s not fondant for sure. If you want to know how to make these Easter Carrot cupcakes, Disney Family has the tutorial on how to make them.
I love these Eggs on a Grassy Nest cupcakes. They look simple yet pretty artistic. I bet arranging the grassy nest to look that pretty might take a bit of talent & skill. Jennifer W. from The Felt Mouse used Edible Easter Grass from Target with some Cadbury eggs.
Aren’t these Hatching Easter Chicks cupcakes cute? Especially the way they peek out with their big round eyes.
Looking at these Easter Chick Chocolate cupcakes makes me smile; they’re so cute. La receta de la felicidad has a recipe & directions if you want to try. The English version is at the bottom of the page.
What I love about these Easter Eggs on Grass cupcakes is how they’re so minimalist but colorful, especially with the used of speckled candy eggs.
I already posted one from The Cupcake Blog here, but Isn’t it cute how the chick just pops out of this Hatching Chick Easter Egg cupcake?
I can even hear the baby birds chirping for food. Here’s the tutorial for the Easter Nesting Baby-Bluebird cupcake brought to you by Martha Stuart.
The colors used for these Easter Baby Birds, Easter Eggs & Easter Flowers Cupcakes are great for Easter or Spring. The colorful cups are also a great addition. Pease Pudding (that’s pease not please) has the tutorial.
Hi y’all, Meet the adorable Mr. & Mrs. Chick cupcakes.
I like all of these Easter Bunny, Egg & Chick cupcakes. They’re all cute, but my favorite one is the one with the little bunny tail and feet sticking out.
How would you like a carrot growing out of your cupcake, like these Carrot cupcakes. You’ll get your fiber of the day right your desert. Baking With Flours has a complete tutorial on how to make them.
These are not your typical cupcakes, but these Cupcakes Inside Easter Egg shells are very unique. If you would like to try and make your own, Cupcake Project has more pictures & a tutorial on how to make them.
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