Yummy, cupcake coloring pages are on this page. The good one is they are very colorful and beautifully decorated cupcakes, perfect for coloring!! If you are a gourmet, I suggest you go and see our images below!
So here are Coloring Cupcakes, cakes, and other desserts, whose level of complexity does not reach another coloring of this site, but which will allow you to make very relaxing coloring. Enjoy coloring!
By the way, what’s a cupcake? It’s a cupcake that was very fashionable in the ’50s, a little forgotten afterward, and which has had a new life since the 2000s. The cupcake recipe is simple, one cup of butter, two cups of sugar, three cups of flour, and four eggs!
So what are cupcakes? How do you make them? And more importantly, what do you decorate them? Indeed, with cupcakes, you play on the decor. Because in itself, it is a cupcake, a classic cupcake, like a pound cake, a yogurt cake, a Savoy biscuit, or a cake.
Its origin is undeniably Anglo-Saxon (they are called “fairy cake” in the United Kingdom). Its name refers to “cup” for the cup where the cakes are baked (now replaced by a paper box) and to the unit of measurement of the ingredients needed to make it, expressed in “cups” like all Anglo-Saxon desserts.
So we can conclude that a cupcake is a small cake consisting of a cake base (pound cake) and frosting. The traditional dough would indeed be comprised of 1 cup of butter, 2 cups of sugar, 3 cups of flour and four eggs, without forgetting the baking powder.
Cupcake is easy to cook, for the young and old alike, everyone can get their hands on the dough.CupcakeYou can flavor the dough with chocolate, add fresh or dried fruit, spices, grated coconut, chocolate chips, citrus zest, etc. In a word, let your imagination run wild.