How To: Create garden/teatime frosted cupcakes with Sandra Lee

Create garden/teatime frosted cupcakes with Sandra Lee

As a young girl, there's nothing not to love about tea parties. With frilly confections of dresses, delightful and whimsical tea cups that recall the "Alice in Wonderland" tea party, and pastel-hued pastries that look as sweet as they taste, a tea party is the ultimate girly amusement.

Watch this baking tutorial by Sandra Lee to learn how to frost cupcakes with garden/teatime themed frosting.


• 2 (16-ounce) cans creamy white frosting (recommended: Betty Crocker)
• 2 drops red food coloring
• 1/4 teaspoon raspberry extract
• 4 drops yellow food coloring
• 1/4 teaspoon lemon extract
• 4 drops green food coloring
• 1/4 teaspoon mint extract
• 1/4 teaspoon almond extract
• 1 dozen unfrosted vanilla cupcakes
• 1 dozen unfrosted cupcakes, chocolate and or vanilla
• Edible and candy flowers, for decoration
• Candy rainbow sprinkles, for decoration
Divide frosting into 4 small bowls. Add coloring and extract as listed below:


red with raspberry, yellow with lemon, green with mint, and white with almond.
Stir each thoroughly. Place frosting into zip-top bags, then make a small snip at corner, or use a pastry bag. Frost cupcakes and decorate with candy flowers and rainbow sprinkles.

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