Champagne Cupcakes with pink rose champagne, a simple champagne frosting and a sweet raspberry champagne drizzle. Perfect dessert for Valentine’s Day, party or a fun baby shower.
Champagne Cupcakes may look labor intensive but these are sooo incredibly easy to bake. We are just amping up a white cake box mix. The frosting and raspberry champagne drizzle have limited ingredients and take only minutes to prepare.
Use any rose champagne you would like. Pick an alcoholic or non alcoholic depending on your needs. I used an affordable champagne today. No need to spend a bunch of money. These cupcakes are simple, light and fluffy with just a bit of raspberry undertones. If you would like more of a champagne kick, try a bit of champagne extract in the cake and frosting.
The best part of these Champagne Cupcakes, besides being outrageously simple? The decorating part. You can really turn any cupcake into something really special with some methodical décor planning. I prefer a large tip for frosting cupcakes because it makes the cupcake look a little fuller and really pretty. Today, I used Wiltons’s large 1M open star tip. The drizzle sauce adds a nice dimensional of flavor and a more gourmet feel. The simple candy pearl puts the final touch of sophistication.
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