Cupcakes decorated with Easter toppers

I could not wait to try, decorating some cupcakes with the sweet Easter cupcake toppers that I made last week. So I went into the kitchen and baked some Lemon vanilla cupcakes, piped with delicious fluffy yellow meringue frosting.

I placed the cupcake toppers flat on the frosting and decided to also use some leftover gum paste daffodils together with the blue cupcake toppers. A very sweet combination that made a nice Easter Treat.

I really love the endless possibilities there are with the cupcake topper disc. This will not be the last time, I use this type of decoration for my cakes, cookies and cupcakes.

Happy Caking!



  1. Have you ever considered throwing a cupcake party? Cake is so last year, Cupcakes are where it’s at! There are entire cookbooks devoted to the art of Cupcakes. Ever had a Tiramisu cupcake? Ever gotten a group together to see who can create the funkiest cupcake? Bakery South Bay is fun and where it’s at!

  2. Thank you for sharing your ideas. I have just made the chick toppers for some Easter cupcakes. they look lovely.

  3. How do you keep your fondant from cracking or looking dried out around the edges? When I use marshmellow fondant it starts to crack for some reason? Am I using too much sugar or is there any advice you can give?

    • You need to work a little fast after you have rolled out your fondant. You can leave it uncovered for a few minutes but then it starts to dry in the surface. It could be using too much sugar. Always keep it well wrapped in plastic wrap and a zipper bag.

  4. These look fantastic! I was in the market for a dessert for the family Easter party, and I think I definitely want to try these. A look good and taste good cupcake!

  5. Hi! Every year my family makes a bunny cake and each year it changes a little bit so I was wondering if you have any ideas on what to do this year??? Thank you so much!!!

  6. Your cupcakes are so cute and beautifully done! I just found your blog,(I love your style!) and now I’m even more inspired to learn more about doing cakes and cupcakes more professionally. Thank you for sharing 🙂

  7. I love your stuff!
    I’m trying to learn how to use fondent too, but I have a question do you make your fondent or do you buy it?


  8. YUM…I could eat one right now but I would hate to spoil them because they look so beautiful……..Love your journal and thank you for sharing.

    • It depends if you are looking for the Petunia flower cutter to make the daffodils? I think that you can get them at Global Sugar Art.

  9. They look very very cute, I took you designe of easter cupcake topper and put it on cookies, they looked very very nice and everybody liked them. Thanks alot for sharing.

    • I bought it from a Danish web shop. But most assorted cookie web shops have scallop cookie cutters in single and set.

  10. LOVE these! They are so adorable! I really like the daffodils, and will have to give them a try. They look easy enough. Those little chicks are so cute – would be good for a baby shower as well.


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