There some delicious Christmas cake, in the Christmas season, hoping to give you some ideas to give to family or friends
Swap out coffee cake for a batch of these at a holiday brunch. The spicy cinnamon flavor pairs perfectly with a steaming mug of coffee. For best results, these cupcakes should be eaten the day they’re made, but in a pinch, they’ll keep up to two days in an airtight container.
Christmas Tree Cupcakes
Use green food coloring to dye vanilla frosting, then coat sugar cones with the cheerful spread to create Christmas tree cupcake toppers. Adorn your “tree” with sprinkles and nonpareils. If you’re decorating a gingerbread house this year, make a few extra cones to stand alongside your creation.
Jolly Snowman Cupcakes
You don’t have to bear the cold to make these snowmen. Kids will love making their own edible Frosty the Snowman with coconut cupcakes, chocolate chips, jelly beans, and pretzel sticks. If you don’t like coconut, vanilla cupcakes and frosting work equally well in this recipe.
Salted Caramel Corn Cupcakes
Swap the giant tin of caramel popcorn for this homemade treat. The moist corn cake is topped with a rich caramel frosting, which is made by melting brown sugar and butter with a little milk. For a super shiny finish, spread the frosting on each cupcake before it cools.
This frosting, made simply by whipping melted chocolate and heavy cream, is totally free of added sugar, but oh-so-luxurious. Serve it atop cupcakes and eat the same day for best results. If refrigerating overnight, let frosting come to room temperature again before serving (it will firm up in the fridge).