Rose is the queen of flowers. It's a luxurious, fragile, and fragrant flower. Few people can resist rose beauty. Therefore, we offer some recipes for creative pastries titled "Rose". Nobody can be indifferent to such a big variety of delicious pastries. They will be appropriate for a birthday, either for a theme party or for everyday treating. Choose the rose you like!
Baking in moulds with a "Rose" pattern
The easiest way to decorate desserts is to use parchment moulds or border ribbons with a pattern “Rose”. See how beautiful they are! Any cupcakes, muffins, cakes with such wonderful decoration will become a centerpiece of the table or showcase. In addition, paper moulds and border ribbons with a pattern “Rose” are surprisingly practical and functional. They greatly facilitate the process of preparing delicacies, retain their shape, and serve as a protective barrier. You can check out the rose patterns, find out the features, available sizes, cost of the paper moulds, and border ribbons with a pattern “Rose” as well as buy everything you need for baking in the online store.
Apple Rose Cupcakes
If you want to impress your guests with something unusual, this recipe is for you! Delicious cupcakes look very impressive just like roses with delicate petals!
- Make dough. Finely chop 125 g of butter, add 1 yolk, 190 g of flour, a pinch of salt, and quickly mix the dough. Wrap it in a food film and cool it in the fridge for an hour.
- Prepare apples. Wash 2 apples. Quarter apples, remove the core and then cut into thin slices. Boil 300 ml of apple juice with 50 g of sugar. Add apples and cook for 2-3 minutes. Remove from heat carefully and set aside on baking parchment.
- Shape roses. Melt 50 g of butter, and then add 30 g of sugar, and 0.5 tsp. of cinnamon. Roll out the dough into a thin layer of 3 mm thick; cut it into strips of about 40x3 cm. Grease a strip with the oil mixture, place the apple slices in a long line with a generous overlap, and with the apple edges to go beyond the edge of the dough. Gently roll up the strips to form a rose, and place them into rose pattern muffin moulds with a pattern “Rose” and cool them in the fridge for 15 minutes.
- Bake in a preheated oven at 200°C for approximately 25-30 min.