A 30 calorie cupcake? Is it possible? These frozen yogurt cupcakes are easy to make (only 4 ingredients), beautiful, and good for you! It’s the perfect spring cupcake! You can find the recipe and instructions at Fit Sugar.
There are so many different options for St. Patrick’s Day cupcakes. At first it seems like the classic dyed green is the only option but when you start thinking about it there are Irish car bomb cupcakes, mint variations of cupcakes, lucky charms cupcakes, and these Emerald Isle Cupcakes from Gooseberry Patch. Instant pistachio pudding mix gives the cake portion their green coloring and a few drops off food coloring help add a darker festive green to the frosting.
The past few years when it’s time for St. Patrick’s Day I start seeing the McDonald’s commercials for their Shamrock Shake. The mint flavored, bright green colored shake is the inspiration behind these shamrock milkshake cupcakes from Better Homes and Gardens. Buttermilk and creme de menthe give these cupcakes their minty milkshake flavoring.
I know I have shared my love of Sur La Table in the past and I am so excited that in the last few months a store opened up at my local mall. The only down side to having the store near by is I see and want things like this Duo Icing Set. What an ingenious idea! For $14.95 you get eight bags and six tips. The bags are not your ordinary bags, these bags have a divider down the middle so you can simultaneously pipe two colors at one time!
We recently brought you cupcake toothpaste, but we don’t want your dental care to be incomplete. So here’s your cupcake dental floss. Yum or ew? I found this sweet string at the local comic book store–what, that’s not where you buy your toiletries?–but you can also get some via Amazon. Don’t forget to floss!
This has to be one of our favorite sayings here at All Things Cupcake! And now for only about $5, you can wear it on your nails. Fun? Yes! Quirky? Yes, that too! These decals are being sold on Ebay from seller yr_nails_online and they have many, many different designs. It seems that decal nail art is very much in (sweet) style!
How to apply:
1. Paint your nails with a clear base coat or a colour of your choice
2. Cut the Nail Decal to size allowing for some excess to trim
3. Soak the Nail Decal in warm water for 30-60 seconds
4. Remove from water, pat dry on a tissue and peel design from backing paper
5. Position onto nail and smooth down with finger and trim excess with nail scissors
6. Apply generous coats of clear top coat to protect your beautiful new design
7. Enjoy :)