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. blondebomber says

    Oh these are some of the best
    cupcakes ever!  I love the ducks!  thank you for sharing.  You are very talented.

  2. Jeanneginther says

    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!

  3. Sugar Rose Bakery says

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

  4. N Hubert says

    I love these cupcakes! Would you mind sharing what cutter you used for the leaves? The daffodils are so beautiful.

  5. Morgan says

    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?

    • Anonymous says

      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.

  6. R-legendre says

    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!

  7. Allie says

    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!!!

  8. SweetBakerGirl says

    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 🙂

  9. Tanya says

    So cute ! How do you make your meringue frosting it looks amazing . I am going to try to make your daffodils today .

  10. Themakingofawoman says

    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?


  11. Mwcooker says

    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.

    • Anonymous says

      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.

  12. Manal eldeeb says

    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.

  13. says

    Beautiful!! I love the fondant disc, I will try to make some this weekend…
    Tylo powder and CMC are the same thing?? Thanks for sharing.

    • Anonymous says

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

  14. says

    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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