Friday, 20 January 2012

Buttercream Bakery Teddy Bear Cupcakes

These Teddy Bear Cupcakes might just be the cutest cupcakes ever!



I realize that I probably say that a lot but come on! I mean look at his little face!


I created the teddy bears fur by piping chocolate buttercream through a small star tip, I used giant white chocolate buttons for the ears and black fondant for the nose and eyes.


I absolutely loved this technique and had so much fun making these, I can't wait to try out some other animals, Pandas, Tigers, Lions and Puppies are all top of my list.


He is almost too cute to eat!

Have a brilliant weekend everyone. x x x



11 comments:

Charlotte said...

Very cute!

What's for dessert? said...

So cute!!

Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes said...

OMG,too cute, but I wouldn't feel guilty eating one with a cup of tea! lol!!!

Have a lovely weekend!

Mary

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

He is almost too cute to eat.

TUS DULCES IDEAS said...

Im agree with Ocean Breeze, the bear is a cutie but something on it scream eaaaaaaaaaaaat meeeeeeeeeeee!!! I really want to see the others animals with this tecnique.Do you use fondant to enfatize the nose and mouth area as a base support?

Lauralovescakes said...

These are really cute and very clever too...never thought about using that technique to make teddies!! :-)

How To Be Perfect said...

Tus Dulces Ideas, the only fondant I have used is the black for eyes and nose. The bears muzzle is just built up with layers of buttercream. It's actually really simple just a little hard to explain lol.

Thank you all so much for all your lovely comments! So glad you like me little bears. X x

Mighty Morgan said...

I agree...he is super cute. Never thought to make animals this way on a cupcake...great idea!!!

Dave @ Baking Beats said...

These are uber-cute! I discovered your blog the other day and I still can't get the Halloween 'Bear with knife' cupcake out of my head lol Amazing creations! :)

frecklesandfro said...

Gorgeous cakes!!!

Kim said...

Adorable! That piping must have taken some patience, the effect is stunning!