Love These Mimosa Cupcakes

Mimosa Cupcakes

Cupcakes you have got to love them from making them through to eating them so I was really pleased to come across a selection of cupcake recipes that have been inspired by Spring and I just had to share them with you , so how about making these amazing Mimosa Cupcakes, they look amazing and are bound to add that touch of Spring to you party or special occasion


 All about Cupcakes 


Cupcakes are known today as teeny, delectable desserts. But did you know that cupcakes have been around since the 19th century? Then, they were made with simple cake recipes, and they were far from the decadent desserts we can find today. Although classic vanilla with chocolate icing options are still popular and evoke a sense of nostalgia, upscale bakeries and even people who bake for a hobby have created elaborate flavors with even more elaborate options for design.

This website is designed to let you know that there’s a little more to the cupcake than meets the eye. Explore the history of the cupcake, as well as the cupcake’s increasingly prevalent role as a trendy item. Learn tips and tricks to creating your own cupcakes, and try out some recipes. Under the “Cupcakes Today” link, I have included a slide show of some examples of how people decorate cupcakes – they’re more complex than you might think!

What I hope you get from this site is a greater understanding and hopefully a greater appreciation for these desserts. Cupcakes can remind us of elementary school days or they can become decadent works of art.

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 Here below is a list of the ingredients you will need from the website

Classic mimosa partners–champagne and OJ–create party cupcakes.



1 box Betty Crocker™ SuperMoist™ white cake mix
3/4 cup champagne or ginger ale
1/2 cup orange juice
1/3 cup vegetable oil
3 egg whites
1 teaspoon grated orange peel


6 cups powdered sugar
1/2 cup butter or margarine, softened
1 teaspoon grated orange peel
3 tablespoons champagne or ginger ale
tablespoons orange juice


Edible glitter or coarse white sparkling sugar





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