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So in honor of St. Patty’s day, I will be making my Irish Car Bomb cupcakes!! I am going to turn a few into push ups so I will be posting new pictures soon! I also have an order for birthday cupcakes…chocolate with purple whipped frosting. I have never tested any whipped recipes so I am excited to try something new!
Wow, where has a year gone? I started this blog almost a year ago and lost touch with it due to my everyday life! That being said, watch out world because I am going BIG this year with Push Up Cupcakes and my Bliss Cakery!! What I have been doing since the last post? Perfecting my skills and recipes!
I want to thank Hoda and Kathie Lee for featuring another brand of push up cupcakes that has created some new buzz for my site! It is amazing when a product hits TV what can happen!
I am making time this weekend to create a new project for spring! I had some great suggestions on my facebook page (facebook.com/pushupcupcakes) and I think a dirt cake push up is the next in line! Might be a little messy but it certainly has my favorite things in it!
Hi All! I just want to let you know I will be getting to some new ideas this week! PROMISE! I have been super busy with my “real” job, end of the year activities for my son, and for some reason, I decided to go back to school! SO – I just want you to know I am not neglecting you!!!
In honor of Mother’s Day, Weddings, and Spring I decided to play with some spring colors and buttercream flowers. I wanted to attempt to make cake in the donut pan again. I am trying to perfect the amount of batter you put in that thing!! I put the batter in a ziploc bag and cut off the corner. I made two passes around the form and that seemed to work out ok. I did it with just one pass and they were flat like a pancake!! Learn from my mistake and don’t waste a pan of 12!
Here is how the first ones turned out…
An upside down view out of the pan…
I should mention that I used confetti cake mix and Wilton Rose Gel coloring to make these. Flipping these over make the perfect spot to hide some extra buttercream frosting!!
I also made a pan of mini cupcakes for this project.
And now…the push up cupcakes!! I made a lot of different ones!
I think this one is my favorite!! I used the Wilton 2D tip and flower shaped sprinkles for the centers.
I have to say that there is a science to how much “stuff” to put inside. The lids on these get in the way of getting too fancy on top! I squished a few. This one turned out pretty good, though! 2 mini donuts and one mini cupcake seems to be a good combination!!
Thanks for stopping! Have a great weekend everyone!
I did say Boston Creme!! I have been thinking how great it would be to have a push up cupcake that has filling down the whole tube. Well, thanks to Wilton making a mini donut pan, I have made that happen pretty easily! The best news is, the tube fits 3 of the mini donuts, not two like you get with mini cupcakes.
I had never baked with the mini donut pan before. Before taking on the task I read some tips online. To fill the pan neatly, put your batter in a zip lock or pastry bag. Do not attempt to fill with a spoon! It won’t come out right. If you get batter on the middle piece it will cook together and fill up the hole. The other thing is, do not fill up to the top. Only fill half way. I decided to attempt the donut recipe that was on the package. I am not thrilled with how it turned out. It was heavy and not a lot of flavor. I wish I would have just used regular cake batter. Oh well, just gives me an excuse to make them again!!
I used instant vanilla pudding with an extra tablespoon of vanilla and 1 1/4 cup milk (per Sandra Lee’s Boston Creme cupcake recipe). I also used her chocolate ganache recipe which was half heavy cream, half chocolate chips. See recipes here:
After baking cakes and letting cool, dip in the ganache and carefully put inside the tube.
I used the long cupcake filler tip on a pastry bag to pipe the filling in the middle of the donut.
Repeat 2 more times and VIOLA! A push up with creme all the way down the center!! Oh the options! I can’t wait to make more!!!!
As I was surfing around on Etsy, I stumbled upon this amazing idea!! And I have only been thinking about Push Up Cupcakes!
These are adorable! Each push pop is made using 2 baby washcloths wrapped to look like a push pop! Push Pops are tied with ribbon and gift tagged! Click on the link below to view the store!