Confetti Cupcake Recipe

Confetti cupcake

I have been baking today, simply because I needed something sweet and sugary. I ended up with a batch of light chocolate cupcakes with a white meringue frosting on top. It is a really good flavour combination those two.

If you are looking for a 100% white frosting, the white meringue frosting is a really good choice. The white meringue frosting holds up really well too. I had a couple of left overs and after a couple of hours they still looked nice. The only thing is that the frosting will crust over time, but it still taste good.

To dress them up, I used some bright and colorful sprinkles to give the final touch. Simple and classic! The reason why I call them light chocolate cupcakes is because they have a light chocolate (cocoa) flavour and my kids loves them.

Confetti cupcake close up

I love this close up photo of this confetti cupcake Mmmmm.

Are you new to CakeJournal? then you can read more about cupcake decoration, tips and tricks in the tutorial section Look under Cupcakes. For those of you who would like to know what tip I have used for the swirls. I can tell that it is a plain star tip with an 11mm opening.

If you would like to make the cupcakes and the frosting then here are links to the recipes:

Light chocolate cupcakes
White meringue frosting

Happy Caking!

Louise

Comments

  1. Andie Rihanheart says

    When my friend and I made these we thought they
    were absolutely great and simple yet delicious!

  2. wumiw says

    Hi louis! Beauitful recipe! Tried d chocolate cake recipe! N I just made d WNWM but I nid to knw if it can b used on a bigger cake like 8 inches and above! Pls reply as soon as possible! Lookin forward to ur reply! Uv been of great help to my bakin skills

    • Louise says

      I’m not sure if it will work?? I have not had great experience with all cupcake recipes turned into “cake” recipes.

  3. ilovecake says

    What is the difference between the Angel Feather Icing and the White Meringue frosting? which one tastes better???

    • Louise says

      The AF icing is a bit more like marshmallow fluff with a thick consistency. The WM is more airy and light. I like them both but the WM is super on chocolate cupcakes πŸ™‚

  4. Brittany says

    (First comment ever) The second I saw these I had to make them even though it was past midnight!! I am not a chocolate cupcake fan and I’ve never had luck with meringue frosting BUT this was, by far, the most incredible tasting cupcake and frosting I have ever baked! The cupcake baked perfectly and the frosting whipped up nicely. I got rave reviews from the few people that tried them! Thank you for your blog and your recipes and thank you for being an inspiration to get in the kitchen and make something yummy!

  5. says

    I was browsing for cake ideas and I stumbled across your site. What brilliant ideas and so creative. I am now a follower and look forward to your posts.

  6. Ania says

    I made this cupcakes on Monday. I think they’re yummy, but… not the best πŸ™‚ A bitter taste of muffins is composing with sweet frosting, but i think muffins are too bitter. But they’re look great and delicious πŸ™‚
    Sorry for mistakes πŸ™‚ Greetings from WrocΕ‚aw, Poland!

  7. says

    dina: I have added it in the post what tip I have used, but I’ll write it here to. Its an 11mm star tip. I think that you can find one similar from Ateco or Wilton.

    Tracy: I have used caster sugar, not powdered or icing.

    Elizabeth & Tami: I have made a note about putting together a post about my photos. But it will not be before we are closer to spring and theres more light outside.

    Elny: I think that you can keep them for 1 day, not more.

  8. Anna says

    Hi Louise,
    I have been a big fan of your website for about two years now. I actually found it whilst searching for giant cupcakes with Tinkerbell on them, for my 21st birthday. This year I am hoping to move to a new house and hopefully get my own kitchen! It will be nice to experiment with your recipies without my mother looking over my shoulder all the time. I really really admire your work and as a totally ameteur baker (I used to make pretty good Victoria Sandwich cakes, now I’m all cupcakes!) can I say your tutorials and ideas are totally inspired. And they’re really easy too! Who’d have ever thought that for christmas this year I’d be asking for a leaf -veiner and a proper mixing bowl!?! But all I can say is THANK YOU a million times. Beacause of your site, I have started my own cake blog thing that will just be me and a bunch of cakes that I made (or destroyed!). Thank you so much Louise, you give me hope that the world can be saved – WITH CUPCAKES!!! XXX

  9. Camilla (Himmelske kager) says

    The frosting looks fantastic and sounds even greater. I will definitely try that out some day. Happy new year, Louise.

  10. says

    Happy New Year Louise… it’s a pretty cupcake.. sweet.. btw how long can you keep the white meringue frosting? and are the iced cupcakes okay if i leave them outside??

    thanks for sharing…

  11. Tami says

    I love your photography too. Please share some tips on how you get such beautiful photos. Mine are too dark and/or blurry.

  12. Elizabeth says

    They look beautiful! I was curious, how do you take such wonderful photos of the treats you bake? I bake and take photos too, but my pictures don’t look nearly as professional as yours.

  13. tracy says

    Gorgeous cupcakes I love your site and you give me lots of inspiration!
    I am from the UK I have looked at your meringue frosting recipe is the powdered sugar, icing sugar.
    Also I tend to use albumen should I use 6 egg whites instead hope you don’t mind me asking as I haven’t done this kind of icing before.
    bye for now off to invest in a sugar thermometer as we speak
    Tracy

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