Bake these Valentine’s Day Heart Cupcakes, if you’re into that mushy kind of stuff.
Some people become ooey gooey, head over heels, sappy, sloppy, and sentimental over Valentine’s Day.
I guess they never caught their husband and mother in a torrid, secret love affair that ended in chaos, misery, and suffering!
If this scenario has ever played out in your life, move immediately to The Maldives and find a 17-year-old native boy and fall madly in love. (AND take your baking skills with you.)
That’ll teach ’em!
I digress, look at how cute, DIY, adorable these Valentine’s Day cupcakes are!
The best homemade buttercream frosting recipe that your boy toy… I mean loving husband will ever eat.
Silicone molds make it sooooo much easier to create the heart-shape cupcake. Have you ever tried to cut cupcakes into a heart???
Call it cheating…but as my family motto states, “If ya ain’t cheatin, ya’ ain’t tryin’.
The cupcakes are red velvet and pink velvet. I used three different batters: Red velvet, plain white, and half red velvet and half white — creating the pink hue.
Your eyes doth not deceive you. The buttercream frosting is two-toned.
The heart shapes are made out of fondant, gum paste, and 10 years’ worth of sweat labor.