“I thought it would be a good idea to try making a cupcakes from scratch.”
That’s what Celeste Laffoley, a 25-year-old Dubliner, said when she decided to make her own cupcakes at home.
“I had never done a cup cake before and wanted to try something different, but I didn’t want to bake anything from scratch, so I had to go to the supermarket and buy the ingredients,” she said.
“And so, after about three hours of research and searching online, I ended up making cupcakes for myself.”
They’re so delicious and the texture is perfect.
“The first cupcakes are a combination of cupcake, buttercream and a cup of milk.
The milk is mixed with the buttercream, and the cupcakes become a rich cake with rich chocolate flavour.”
My first cupcake was made with an original recipe from my mum’s kitchen.
I’m so happy I made the cup cakes because they’re so good.
They’re just really simple,” she added.”
The milk is used to give the cupcakes their golden brown colour, which gives them a little bit of an espresso-like flavour.
“It’s a lovely texture and it’s really easy to make.
I make about 40-50 of them a week, and I think they’re perfect for the cold weather.””
They are a really nice addition to a cupboard.”
Celeste Lattoey is an artist who makes cupcakes in her home kitchen.
The recipes for cupcakes have changed over the years, but Celeste is keen to keep them fresh.
“There’s always a little variation in the recipes.
I’ve also been working with my mum for the last five years so it’s always something that I’ve got to keep up to date with.”
It’s nice to be able to get my hands on a recipe from someone who’s done a lot of different things and still know what’s going on in the kitchen,” she continued.”
Sometimes I’ll make them in a small bowl or a large bowl and it just gives me a nice texture, which is good for the cup,” Celeste said.
Celesta Latto is a graphic designer based in Dublin, who is a fan of cupcakes.”
If you don’t like them, it’s probably because they’ve never been made before.
You can try making them with milk or cream instead of butter or buttercream.
They taste very different, and it takes time to get them right,” she explained.”
But I really love the flavour of the buttery and chocolate flavour that the cup cakes have.”CELESTE LATTO makes her own cups from scratch.CELESTA LATTOEY is a professional graphic designer who has worked in graphic design for the past five years.”
A lot of people say to me, ‘Why don’t you try making your own cupcake?’
So I do try to get up to speed on all sorts of things, but for me the best cupcakes come from my mother’s kitchen, which has been a lot more time consuming than most.
“Celtic cupcakes: a cup by cup recipe with step-by-step photos: cupcakes and buttercream cupcakes adapted from Celeste’s recipe from the website: recipe for a homemade cupcake (with milk, butter and vanilla extract) cupcakes recipe adapted from the blog: a recipe for homemade cupcakes with milk, cream and milk chocolate adapted from The Irish Morning Telegraph article “It is important to make sure the ingredients are right, because they will be the basis for the final product.
“Catherine Denniston, a graphic design student at the University of the Arts in Dublin and the creator of the cup-by and cupcake blogs, said Celeste was a good example of how to make a cup in the modern era.”
Celestia loves making cup cakes, so it is great to see her using modern techniques in her cupcakes,” she told The Irish Daily.”
She uses only real ingredients to make them.
It’s so good to see that people are actually making the cup for themselves.
Cereal bars are no longer the only thing that people love to make,” said Catlyn Lennons.””
I think she is a really good example for others in the industry.”CATELYN LENNON: The Irish cupcake craze is the new normal?
“Cereal bars are no longer the only thing that people love to make,” said Catlyn Lennons.
“For a while now, I have been making cupcake and coffee cakes as well as cupcakes (from the Irish Cupcakes).”
I am not a fan that coffee cakes are no-go these days.
“However, I still enjoy making cup and