I love buttercream flowers because they are super easy and super effective. I know what you are thinking, ‘Easy for you to say Neetha’! Right? I know, I know. It was not easy for me either when I started piping flowers, but once you get the hang of it, trust me, the possibilities are endless! Hope you enjoy this Spring Buttercream Flower Cupcakes Tutorial.
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How to Pipe a Buttercream Rose
- Using a Wilton 104 nozzle Pipe a cone in the middle of the cupcake
- Pipe two curved closed petals on either side of the cone, wrapping it against each other. You should have a small hole in the middle.
- Pipe more curved upright petals all around the bud.
How to Pipe easy Buttercream Hydrangeas
- Prepare a piping bag with half violet-half pink buttercream and Wilton 224 nozzle. Hold the piping bag perpendicular and pipe small drop flowers on the cupcake.
- Add layers of flowers to form a cluster of Hydrangea flowers.
- Finish off by piping leaves using a Wilton 352 nozzle.
How to Pipe Buttercream Camellia
- Prepare a piping bag with Wilton 104 nozzle.
- Place the nozzle at a 30-degree angle with the narrow end of the nozzle facing outwards. Pipe a fan-shaped petal. Pipe the next petal by placing the nozzle underneath the petal that you have already piped. Keep piping all around the cupcake.
- Add 2 or 3 layers and finish off by piping small strands of buttercream in the middle resembling stamens of the flower.
These flowers can also be piped on a greaseproof paper, frozen for 10 mins and then assembled on cupcakes or cakes.
Hope you enjoyed the Spring Buttercream Flower Cupcakes Tutorial!
Until next time,