Neon Striped Cupcakes Tutorial

Zinnnng! I just zapped you with outrageous neon colours. No, I didn’t. But I did create these neon striped cupcakes for you. They are cute and not really that outrageous at all.

If I had piled on neon buttercream and a bunch of neon fondant doo-nads on top of each one and then dipped the whole shebang into a bucket load of rainbow sprinkles, that might be outrageous. These are more… subtly neon!

Perfect for an 80s themed party, a circus themed party, a primary colours party, a tight and bright party, a Pride party… oh, the list goes on.

I used these cute little cupcake separator thingies that worked pretty well! They are made of food safe plastic and they nestle into your cupcake liner so you can pour the batter in stripes. Neat, right? You can find a link to the batter separators, called Batter Babies by Kimberware, here.

Happy stripey times, cake pals!

xo Lyndsay

cupcakes, photos and styling by Lyndsay Sung.

Thank you Kimberware for sending me the batter babies!

10 Responses to “Neon Striped Cupcakes Tutorial”

  1. Jan Halvarson

    love it!

  2. Coco Cake Land

    thanks so much, jan!!!

  3. Isabelle S.

    This is so vibrant and fun. Love it!

  4. Jessica

    So adorable! Thank you for sharing :)

  5. melly

    I love my stripes. Didn’t think they could be done in a cupcake!

  6. Coco Cake Land

    @isabelle, thank you!

    @jessica – oh thank you! :)

    @melly – haha – i love my stripes, too! :) you should see my kid, all he wears is stripes…

  7. Sugar Baby

    Fantastic cupcakes! I adore the stripes, especially how vibrant they are…thanks for showing us how it’s done, Lyndsay!

  8. Coco Cake Land

    thanks so much, sugar baby! :)

  9. Renee Shuman

    Such a cute tutorial! Totally shared it on twitter. Wonder if it will work with veg. based colorings (like beet juice).

  10. Coco Cake Land

    hi renee! thanks so much for sharing my post! i think it would look really cute with beet juice and other more natural colourings! ^__^ give it a try!!

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