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Are you on the hunt for simple Easter desserts? Try our cupcakes

easter cupcakes

Pretty and perfect for the little ones, Easter cupcakes are really easy to prepare. Here is the recipe.

The Easter dessert par excellence is the dove followed closely by the classic chocolate egg, so loved by children. Yet very little imagination is enough to create something original and unconventional, just like we did with Easter cupcakes. The decoration is really simple: in fact, the rabbit is one of the symbols of this holiday and making its ears in sugar paste was not at all difficult.

It is also a delicious recipe, but also very simple to prepare. The base is that of cupcakes, the taste of which can be varied according to your needs, while as decoration we have remained light using whipped cream . Let's see together all the steps to prepare this original recipe.

easter cupcakes
easter cupcakes

How to prepare Easter cupcake recipe

  1. Combine the sugar and butter in a bowl and work them with an electric mixer until creamy. Then add the eggs one at a time and perfume with the vanilla extract.
  2. Add the sifted flour with the baking powder and mix everything with a kitchen spatula.
  3. Transfer the mixture into muffin tins lined with paper cups, filling them 2/3 full.
  4. Then cook at 180°C for 20 minutes.
  5. Once cold, dedicate yourself to the preparation of the decoration. First, roll out the white and pink sugar paste and make the shapes of the ears : with the white one for the outside, with the pink one for the inside and overlap them.
  6. Then whip the cream with a touch of pink food coloring and transfer it into a pastry bag with a star nozzle.
  7. Only decorate the cupcakes with the cream when they have completely cooled down, then place the two ears and a pink sugar dragee to simulate this.

Your Easter muffins are ready to be served. If you are looking for other original ideas, we suggest you try our Easter chocolates .


The Easter cupcakes can be kept in the refrigerator for 2-3 days under a confectioner's hood.

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