We fell head over heels for these gorgeous Chocolate Butterfly Decorations and they’re perfect for adding to cakes and all your favorite desserts. What a beautiful and simple addition.
They really will be the talk of your table. Just be sure that you don’t tell your guests how easy they are! We have featured a number of different variations and there’s something for everyone. Be sure that after you view the video, you scroll our page all the way to the end so that you don’t miss a single idea.
Chocolate Butterfly Decorations Video Tutorial
via Tip Hero, Youtube
Are you ready to learn how to make Chocolate Butterfly Decorations? This video tutorial from Tip Hero is very easy to follow.
We highly recommend that you take a moment to view. This way you can be assured of the best possible results. To watch, click Play above ^
Frosted Chocolate Cupcakes With Butterflies
via Everything Old Crafts
You can box them up with a ribbon for the perfect homemade gift! We love this adorable idea from Everything Old Crafts.
Colored Chocolate Butterflies
via Oh Nuts
Over on Oh Nuts, you are shown in-depth how to make these gorgeous Chocolate Butterflies Decorations.
Elizabeth from Sugar Hero is the creator behind these stunners and her tutorial is easy to follow. They have been filled with stunning colors and are another way that you can present them. You can find the tutorial here.
Pretty Chocolate Butterfly Cupcakes
via Annie Eats
Annies Eats is the face behind these stunning chocolate butterflies and she too has a great photo tutorial and instructions on her site.
She has made an assortment of colored Chocolate Butterflies and then perfectly matched them to her cupcakes. You can see the details here.
Pixie Dust Fairy Cakes With Butterflies
via Confessions Of A Confectionista
We particularly love this colorful version from Confessions of a Confectionista. They look so incredibly pretty and you can whip up your frosting in any color.
Wax Paper Chocolate Butterflies
We lived Happily Ever After is the creator behind these intricate Chocolate Butterflies which have been made using books and wax paper.
They are almost too pretty to eat! You can find the details here.