Vanilla sponge topped with our signature vanilla buttercream icing.
Pair it with raspberry jam for a traditional birthday cake combo.
By far the most popular flavour and safest one to go for if it's for a children's party, as everyone is guaranteed to like a classic vanilla treat.
The ultimate mix of the two most indulgent flavours ever... our Death by Chocolate sponge base topped with salted caramel icing!
CHOCOLATE & SALTED CARAMEL
A malted flavour chocolatey sponge, topped with crushed Maltesers mixed into our signature buttercream icing, and of course finished off with more Maltesers.
Vanilla sponge, topped with our signature white choc buttercream icing and a mini bar of white chocolate.
This flavour is trending right now, haven't heard of it? Get instagramming!
Egg and dairy free.
We use soya milk as a substitute.
A core of yummy raspberry jam, these are similar to a jammy donut when you bite into them, topper with our signature buttercream icing and a swirl of jam on top.
VANILLA & RASPBERRY JAM
Another one of our most popular flavours, and containing a combination of milk and dark chocolate to give you that melt in the mouth sensation you have been craving!
This flavour is so chocolatey it comes with a warning!!
DEATH BY CHOCOLATE
Everyone seems to be crazy about this flavour at the moment so of course we had to create our very own version, using our HOMEMADE super sticky salted caramel and topped with toffee popcorn and yet more caramel!
We use a classic American recipe to bring you this delicious flavour, and paired with a traditional cream cheese icing, you cannot go wrong.
These are a personal favourite of most of the friends and family of Miss Muffin.
A generous squeeze of our HOMEMADE lemon curd goes into the middle of the sponge and topped with our lemony buttercream icing. Each cupcake is a bomb of lemonyness when you bite into it.
Crushed Oreos are used to make these with our classic vanilla recipe and signature buttercream icing.
The same as our regular Death by Chocolate Cupcakes but using GF Flour instead.