How did you get the frosting that way? it looks gorgeous:)
I haven't heard of "cup cake" flour, what is that? I also love that swirl, is it buttercream or fondant folds? great for a bridal shower "tea time" theme :-)
This is for Tortitas. Dude, it's 3/4 cup of cake flour.
Please tell us how you did the frosting under the rose or create a tutorial if you can make the time. It looks great!
The frosting pattern looks like it may be done with a large drop flower tip base, followed with the next smaller size, drop flower tip, on top of that.
Beautifully done. A tutorial on the frosting technique please.
Absolutely beautiful! A tutorial for the frosting techniques please.
Yes tutorial as well please on frosting
Those are beautiful!
Those look delicious. They are the prettiest cupcakes ever!!! Good job! Cant wait for that tutorial!
Hi. I would also like a tutorial on the icing & why kind of roses are they ? I am making my wedding cake & I want to make it a rose theme. The cupcakes look beautiful.
Hi where do you get rose water or how can u make it
thank you for the clarification, I sure read it too fast without pausing on the cup and then cake flour. And by the way, I'm not a dude!
Two questions about the almond rose water cupcake. What do you do for the cupcake papers stay so straight and clean and how did you do the icing. Loved the look.
Wow! These are lovely! Can't wait to try the recipe... but I have all the same questions: Where can I get rose water? How do you get the liners to stay so pretty..? And do you have a tutorial on the icing technique? They are absolutely beautiful! Love them!
Love these! Thanks for the recipe!
Looks like Leanne doesn't want to share the icing technique :(
Thank you for this delightful recipe. I'm going to try it for a small tea party - should be perfect!
I'd like the icing tutorial please, they look amazing, and the rose/ almond combinación is great! Thanks for sharing!!!
yes I would like to know how you did the frosting and where to buy the rose water? Thank You