Get Your Fill… Cupcake Fill, That Is!

Cupcakes make the perfect little dessert be it for a wedding or kids party. But how to make them even more delectable and, oh, I don’t know, take it to the next level? How to add something unexpected and delicious – to make your dessert so much more than just a piece of ‘cake’? Fill ‘er up!

Here are a few finger-lickin’ ideas to make even the Hostess Cupcake officianado beam. Whether you’re a chocolate, lemon or chipotle (yes, chipotle) loving baker, these recipes are sure to get your attention (and those of your guests!).

“Why do you fill me up, fill me up, buttercup baby, just to let me down…”

I’m loving the sound of cappuccino cupcakes, and Brown Eyed Baker’s limoncello version must be heavenly!

My favorite way to fill cupcakes is by using a melon baller to remove a small piece from the center of each. Squeeze a small amount of filling (using a plastic zip lock bag with a pastry tip in one corner) in each cupcake hole and frost as usual (refrigerating between these two final steps can help keep your filling out of the frosting).

Ooooo how about these marshmallow, raspberry, mouse & chocolate options? Too many choices…

To really spice it up, try this Chocolate Chipotle del Muertos (with a dash of lime) recipe from Cupquake! Sure to knock at least a few socks off.

Marange smores and mascarpone filling, after the jump!

The final two cupcakes that brought so much yummy inspiration include this delicious smores and marange cupcake by Cupcakes Take the Cake and Food Network’s strawberry & mascarpone filled version.

Cupcakes without filling seem a bit plain vanilla now, don’t they?

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  1. Gail says

    OMGosh, oh yummm. Colleen from Design DNA showed your post of luscious cupcakes, so I had to come see for myself. Am going to do some of these. Thanks for the inspiration.

  2. says

    The pic of the raspberry cupcake Knocked me over. YUM!!!!!! that looks so good. I might have to get into BAKING.

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