These Mother’s Day Cupcakes Are The Perfect Treat For A Deserving Mother

Mother’s day is around the corner, and if you’re wanting to treat the special lady in your life, whether it is your own mother, or the mother of your children, then you’ve come to the right place.
These rose water cupcakes are sure to make this mother’s day a special one. With the delicate sweetness of rose, this cupcake is both smells AND tastes amazing!
Here are the ingredients you’ll need to perfect these cupcakes:
200g unsalted butter, softened
200g golden caster sugar
1 tsp rose water
4 medium eggs, lightly beaten
200g self-raising flour
50g golden caster sugar
1 tsp rose water
200g cream cheese
100g unsalted butter, softened
600g golden icing sugar
1 tsp rose water
Pink food coloring paste (optional)

First Step:
In order to make the syrup, you’ll need to place the sugar in the pan with four tablespoons of water. After it simmers for a few moments until it’s dissolved, you’re going to want to set it aside in order for it to cool down. When that happens, it is time to stir in the rose water.
Second Step:
Your oven should have been preheated to 350 Degrees Fahrenheit. Using a mixer you’re going to beat the golden caster sugar and butter with each other, until they reach the beautiful consistency that is fluffy and pale. Then, you will whisk in the rose water. Whisking slowly, you’re going to want to slowly add the eggs, with a heaping tablespoon of flour. This flour will prevent the eggs from curdling.
Third Step:
After all is combined, you must add the remaining flour. Following this, divide the batter between the cupcake holders (opt for really cute ones so the mother receiving them can appreciate the extra thought). Place in the oven for about 20 minutes at a time, until they are slightly golden. After they are done, take them out of the oven and allow them to cool for a period of time.
Step four:
While they are cooling, it’s time to make the icing. Add the cream cheese, rose water, golden icing sugar, and butter in a bowl and slowly whisk them together until they become fluffy and light. Here’s the best part, get creative! We suggest adding Pink food coloring (because that’s my own mother’s favorite color), but you can decide which color you’d like for yourself! You can even make two different batches of complementary colors by simply dividing the icing in half and adding different colors in each batch. Now place the icing in a piping bag and decorate accordingly.

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