Skip to main content

Gluten free creamy orange cupcakes

As promised, here is my gluten-free orange creamy cupcakes recipe. I topped these with a swirl of creamy vanilla buttercream frosting using a piping bag fitted with a round nozzle and decorated them with a pastel mix of funfetti to match my pastel coloured cake stand.

A refreshing citrus flavour infused creamy cupcake with a creamy vanilla buttercream frosting , decorated with a pastel mix of funfetti.

Gluten Free

12 Cupcakes

Method

Creamy orange cupcakes

  1. Preheat oven to 160-180 deg C (325-350 deg F).

  2. Line muffin tray with paper cases.

  3. Beat butter, cream cheese, eggs, orange rind and sugar with an electric mixer until the mixture turns a pale colour.

  4. Add flour and beat on low, until you have a smooth batter.

  5. Divide batter among cases.

  6. Bake for about 25-30 mins until cakes bounce back when lightly pressed

  7. Place cakes on a wire rack to cool.

Vanilla buttercream

  1. Make up a batch of vanilla buttercream.

To decorate

  1. Fill piping bag fitted with the a round nozzle with vanilla buttercream.

  2. Pipe a swirl of buttercream on top of cakes.

  3. Sprinkle with sugar strands and star sugar shapes

Ingredients

Creamy orange cupcakes

  • 90g butter (unsalted, at room temperature)

  • 90g cream cheese

  • 1 oranges (zest)

  • 2 large eggs (at room temperature)

  • 150g caster sugar

  • 150g gluten free self raising flour

Vanilla buttercream

  • vanilla buttercream

To Decorate

Equipment

See more...

Gluten free orange cupcake
Gluten free Funfetti cupcake
more funfetti cupcakes
Gluten free Creamy orange cupcake

Equipment...

Ingredients...

Buy Torie Jaynes Stylish Home Sewing on Amazon
Torie Jayne on Spoonflower

On Pinterest...

Latest recipe...

Pina Colada fudge recipe 5
Pina Colada Fudge Recipe

Happy Valentine's Day! Several years ago I made a whole bunch of cocktail inspired cupcakes,...

Latest notebook...

Micro eggs
Micro Chocolate Eggs

I love these tiny Micro chocolate eggs from Tesco and usually buy at least one bag a year to use...