Lemon Raspberry Themed Desserts

This Lemon Raspberry dessert spread would be perfect for a summer wedding, baby shower or bridal shower. Fresh flowers, fresh fruit and and the perfect blend of colors. I made this table-scape for a May baby shower. When I think of May I think of the color “yellow”. So that’s where the idea for incorporating lemons came in.

The colors were so bright and cheerful. I think my favorite dessert spread that I have made to date! And it was the perfect opportunity to try out my new dessert stand.
I made cupcakes with homemade lemon curd and lemon cream cheese frosting and raspberry cheesecakes.
Here are the recipes for everything you see in the photos!

Lemon Curd Cupcakes with Lemon Cream Cheese Frosting

24 cupcakes made with a box of white cake mix (you can make them from scratch, but most of the flavor comes from the lemon curd, so boxed works GREAT and is quicker!)

Filling cupcakes is easy. You just use a frosting bag and fill it with your favorite pudding, jam, or in this case, lemon curd. Attach a round or star tip and insert your tip into your cupcake. Squeeze until you see the cupcake just start to rise. Then stop. You don’t want to over-fill the cupcakes or they will crack.

Lemon Cream Cheese Frosting
source Homemade by Holman


Homemade Lemon Curd
source Homemade by Holman


Mini Raspberry Cheesecakes
source Annie’s Eats


  1. yum, its lemon season here in oz, so I will be making some lemony treats!

  2. These looks SO yummy!

  3. I saw these on fb…they look beautiful and yummo!

  4. You are SO not pathetic for setting up your desserts! Firstly, they look *amazing* and I am a HUGE fan on lemon anything so I’m sure they taste as good as they look. You can come set up desserts at my house any day =OP if you have the time, I’d love for you to share on Sweet Sharing Monday! http://saynotsweetanne.com/2012/sweet-sharing-monday-4/

  5. Lemon curd looks amazing and I have about 10 ripe lemons on the tree so far – YUM!

  6. Those look delicious and gorgeous! I’d love for you to add it on my link party at: http://printabelle.com/?p=3717 Thanks!

  7. It all looks delicious, and so pretty too!

  8. Oh my! Pinned for sure!

  9. I just found this recipe (yum!!) and your watermelon shark (so creative!) on Tatertots & Jello. I pinned them both! And I’m your newest follower. :0)

  10. They look delicious.I have to try this recipe.Thank you!

  11. Oh WOW! Looks delicious!

  12. What means 1 T?

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