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Red Velvet Cupcake In A Glass

Today’s cupcake in a glass feature brings us to day 4 of ’14 days of Valentine’s’.

If you are looking for something different to give your Valentine this year, then why not spoil them with a dreamy red velvet cupcake, topped with cream cheese frosting, which is all served up in an adorable glass and tied up with a ribbon.  Sounds pretty awesome right?

Provide an extra special treat this Valentines with a red velvet cupcake in a glass. Your Valentine will love it. Rich, creamy and delicious.

The brilliance of the red against the cream cheese frosting is utterly delightful and really looks stunning.  This is a dessert that is going to impress!

How To Make Your Cupcake In A Glass

In order to achieve this look, the first thing you need to do is make some red velvet cupcakes and then cut the cupcakes horizontally into 3 slices.  Depending on the size of your glass, you may wish to go for a larger treat and use two cupcakes.

Put a slice of the cupcake in the bottom of the glass followed by a layer of cream cheese frosting.  It is easier to use a piping bag to avoid getting into a frosting mess!
Provide an extra special treat this Valentines with a red velvet cupcake in a glass. Your Valentine will love it. Rich, creamy and delicious.On top of the frosting, add another layer of cupcake, then frosting, then cupcake etc.  I think you get the picture! Keep going with the layers until you have filled your glass.

Add a few sugar hearts on the top to give the extra Valentine’s touch and your special dessert is ready.

This is an incredibly easy dessert, that looks and tastes fantastic.  It can be a little bit fiddly, but your loved one will really appreciate the effort you put into it.

Provide an extra special treat this Valentines with a red velvet cupcake in a glass. Your Valentine will love it. Rich, creamy and delicious.

Provide an extra special treat this Valentines with a red velvet cupcake in a glass. Your Valentine will love it. Rich, creamy and delicious.

Provide an extra special treat this Valentines with a red velvet cupcake in a glass. Your Valentine will love it. Rich, creamy and delicious.

Provide an extra special treat this Valentines with a red velvet cupcake in a glass. Your Valentine will love it. Rich, creamy and delicious.

Are you a fan of red velvet cupcakes?

Have you ever served your cupcakes in a jar or glass?  

Provide an extra special treat this Valentines with a red velvet cupcake in a glass. Your Valentine will love it. Rich, creamy and delicious.

If you are looking for some more delicious Valentine’s Day recipes, you might like to check out the following:

Catherine

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5 Responses to Red Velvet Cupcake In A Glass

  1. viki March 28, 2013 at 10:02 pm #

    Really like this idea as alternative to baking cake in a jar. Would make a nice gift in a jar as well as a delicious looking desert. Thanks for sharing such a great idea V

    • Catherine Holt March 28, 2013 at 11:46 pm #

      My husband was very impressed when I served this to him. It looks super impressive but is actually so easy to do! It’s nice to have a different spin on things and putting in a jar as a gift or party favour is a great idea! Thanks for popping by Viki 🙂

  2. Audrey January 30, 2016 at 8:00 am #

    I never would have thought to do this. So festive! Thanks for sharing on the Creative K Kids Tasty Tuesdays Linky Party. I hope you will join us again next week.

    • Catherine Holt January 30, 2016 at 9:22 am #

      Thanks Audrey. It’s a great way to jazz up an otherwise standard cupcake dont you think?

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