I wanted to keep these cupcakes simple so I used a Better Crocker French Vanilla Cake mix (my favorite.)
So to begin,
Make your favorite batch of cupcakes, whether it’s a box or a recipe.
While hot, fill center of cupcakes with warm honey. You can use the tip of the bottle, or a tool like this-

Let cool. 
Peanut butter buttercream frosting:
1 stick softened unsalted butter3/4 cup creamy peanut butter2 cups powdered sugar1/4 cup cream1/2 tsp vanilla
Cream together butter and peanut butter.
Add cream and beat until light.
Slowly add sugar until incorporated.
Beat in vanilla until light and creamy.
Jelly:
I mixed grape & strawberry jelly. My consistency was too thin so I put
1 cup jelly
2 tsp cornstarch
over medium heat on the stove & stirred until thickened. After thickened I let cool. Place in refrigerator if you need to.
Next, place Peanut butter frosting in one half of a piping bag & the jelly in the other half with large star or round tip. (This created the ‘swirled effect.) Then, pipe onto Cupcakes.
If this is too much of a hassle, ice the cupcakes with the peanut butter frosting and place a dollop of jelly on top.
Meet Daddy Cupcake (with pretzel arms.)

& Meet his woman and children :)

For the baby mamas that follow me- These make great mini cupcakes!





Seriously so good. Enjoy!

I wanted to keep these cupcakes simple so I used a Better Crocker French Vanilla Cake mix (my favorite.)

So to begin,

  1. Make your favorite batch of cupcakes, whether it’s a box or a recipe.
  2. While hot, fill center of cupcakes with warm honey. You can use the tip of the bottle, or a tool like this-

  • Let cool. 

Peanut butter buttercream frosting:

1 stick softened unsalted butter
3/4 cup creamy peanut butter
2 cups powdered sugar
1/4 cup cream
1/2 tsp vanilla

  1. Cream together butter and peanut butter.
  2. Add cream and beat until light.
  3. Slowly add sugar until incorporated.
  4. Beat in vanilla until light and creamy.

Jelly:

I mixed grape & strawberry jelly. My consistency was too thin so I put

  1. 1 cup jelly
  2. 2 tsp cornstarch

over medium heat on the stove & stirred until thickened. After thickened I let cool. Place in refrigerator if you need to.

Next, place Peanut butter frosting in one half of a piping bag & the jelly in the other half with large star or round tip. (This created the ‘swirled effect.) Then, pipe onto Cupcakes.

If this is too much of a hassle, ice the cupcakes with the peanut butter frosting and place a dollop of jelly on top.

Meet Daddy Cupcake (with pretzel arms.)

& Meet his woman and children :)

For the baby mamas that follow me- These make great mini cupcakes!

Seriously so good. Enjoy!