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  • Red velvet cupcakes

    Red velvet cupcakes are a classic treat. This easy red velvet cupcakes recipe is simple but so pretty and so simple to make. These popular red velvet cupcakes from the Hummingbird Bakery have deep red sponge and a tangy cream cheese frosting, which go so well together. Use the exact quantities and mix the ingredients well so the sponge has an even colour and texture. This recipe makes 12 cupcakes in one batch, but it's easy to scale up if you need to make more. For the cream cheese frosting, you'll only need three ingredients, so you know the topping is also quite simple to whip up. The best part about this red velvet recipe is that these cupcakes are ready in just 25 mins, so you won't have to wait long to enjoy them - perfect if you have eager children who can't wait to have a bite! These distinctive cupcakes are perfect for special occasions, like birthdays, anniversaries or any other celebrations. How about rustling up a batch as a foodie gift? Or what about dessert at a kids' party, or arrange them into cupcake tower instead of a birthday cake? Of course you can also whip up these delicious red velvet cupcakes on a lazy Sunday afternoon and enjoy them with a cuppa. This classic recipe by Hummingbird Bakery is one of our favourites and makes delicious red velvet cupcakes every time.

    • 4
    (755 ratings)
  • Raspberry red velvet cupcakes

    Raspberry red velvet cupcakes

    Give your red velvet cupcakes a delicious twist by adding a secret raspberry centre. A swirl of cream-cheese frosting and a fresh berry make the perfect finish for these pretty bakes from cupcake queen Victoria Threader. This recipe makes 16 cupcakes and will take about 1hr and 20 mins to prepare, bake, cool and decorate. These raspberry red velvet cupcakes are perfect for kids’ parties or family gatherings as there are plenty to share in one batch. If you love the original recipe of red velvet cupcakes, you really must try this delicious bake. The hidden raspberry filled centre works wonders with the soft chocolate infused sponge and simple buttercream.

    • 4
    (33 ratings)
  • Lower-fat red velvet cupcakes

    Lower-calorie red velvet cupcakes

    These lower calorie red velvet cupcake are the perfect way to treat yourself if you’re on a diet or simply trying to watch to watch your weight. Red velvet cupcakes are a really delicious treat but if you’re trying to shed a few pounds, you may not want to ruin your diet by having them. These easy-to-make, lower-calorie red velvet cupcakes work out at only 218 calories per cupcake, so they’re a very acceptable treat to have as an afternoon snack or even as a pudding after dinner. They're perfect as a guilt-free sweet treat. This recipe makes 6 cupcakes, but you can easily double up the ingredient quantities if you want to make more. This lower calorie red velvet cupcake recipe will take only 40 mins to prepare, bake and decorate. The low-fat spread and low-calorie sweetener granules in this recipe certainly help to cut a few corners. The rich, deep red colour in these cupcakes are achieved by dark chocolate cocoa powder and red food colouring. We'd recommend using red food colouring gel for the richest colour. Store these cupcakes in an airtight container or cake tin on the kitchen side for up to 2 days.

    • 4
    (9 ratings)

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