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Browned Butter Carrot Cupcakes with Salted Candied Pecans


Carrot cakes can be made even better, thanks to the substitutions and changes seen here. These contain a whopping 13 ingredients, including buttermilk, applesauce, eggs, flour, ground cloves, ground ginger, ground cinnamon, and, of course, grated carrots. The resulting cupcakes are very moist, and quite tasty, making the work worthwhile. The frosting is a cream cheese buttercream to which cinnamon and meringue powder have been added. Are you sure that you only want to eat one?
Source Curly Girl Kitchen

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Blueberry Baby Cakes


These blueberry cupcakes (or baby cakes, as this recipe calls them) are made from a combination of different gluten-free flours, including sorghum, rice, buckwheat and tapioca starch. The flavor comes from the fresh – or frozen, your choice – blueberries, some nutmeg, brown sugar and bourbon vanilla extract. Once these blueberry cupcakes have baked, drizzle their tops with some lemon glaze and then serve. Of course, you can always forego the lemon glaze, they are just as delectable without it!
Source Gluten Free Goddess

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Pumpkin Cupcakes with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Frosting


For the life of me, I can’t figure out why pumpkin pies are the go to Thanksgiving dessert. Lately a number of pumpkin pie flavored cupcakes have been making the rounds and they are worlds above a boring old pumpkin pie. These Pumpkin Cupcakes with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Frosting were inspired by the classic pumpkin pie, but with a tasty, bite-sized twist. The cake is airy and moist, but packed with flavor.
Source My Baking Addiction

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Cheesecake Cupcakes With Strawberry or Salted Caramel Topping


What’s better than cheesecake cupcakes? Cheesecake cupcakes topped with caramel sauce and strawberry sauce, of course. These cupcakes consist of crushed graham crackers, cream cheese, sour cream, heavy cream, sugar, vanilla, and several other ingredients. Once they’ve baked, cooled and been refrigerated for several hours, they are ready to be topped with either homemade caramel sauce or homemade strawberry sauce. Feel creative? Add a drizzle or two of chocolate before serving these sweet goodies!
Source Cooking Classy

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CANDIED HAZELNUT CUPCAKES


Vanilla, vanilla, and more vanilla. Vanilla is what these cupcakes are all about. It’s a chocolate lovers world out there, but it’s about time the vanilla lovers unite and start making some truly tasty desserts. I was getting a bit of a chocolate overload recently. It seems that most people just can’t make a dessert without adding chocolate somewhere. Well you won’t find a hint of chocolate in these Vanilla Cupcakes with Vanilla Cream Cheese Icing. They are light and airy, yet somehow still super moist. They are also super versatile and can be topped with anything from nuts to sprinkles to fruit.
Source Martha Stewart

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Dark Chocolate Cupcake with Salted Peanut Butter Frosting


Dark chocolate cake mix, some pretzels, peanut butter frosting and sea salt are combined here to make these unforgettable cupcakes. The cupcakes are easy to make – just follow the instruction on the box, add in correct ingredients and bake. While those are in the oven, the peanut butter, regular butter and sugar are combined to make the frosting. After frosting each cooled off cupcake, sprinkle on some sea salt, place a whole pretzel into the top of each and enjoy!
Source Whimsical Cookery

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Chocolate Cupcakes with Peanut Butter Cookie Frosting


Winter weather calls for rich, deeply flavored cupcakes – like these chocolate ones. They contain flour, eggs, vanilla extract, sugar, dark brown sugar (yes, two different types), salt, baking powder, baking soda, butter, cocoa powder and hot brewed coffee. The latter two give the cupcakes that luscious flavor that works well when the weather is cold. The frosting is a peanut butter buttercream that’s applied over chocolate ganache. The perfect topping to an unforgettable cupcake!
Source iVillage

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Red, White and Blue Cupcakes


There’s nothing more patriotic than the classic combination of red, white and blue. These cupcakes definitely qualify, with their red, white and blue batter and matching colorful frosting. The cupcakes are made by mixing up a batch of white cupcake batter and dying portions of it red and blue with gel paste coloring. Layering the batter by color, baking these treats and then piping on red, white and blue icing once they cool results in a very patriotic treat!
Source Recipe Girl

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Tailgate Cupcakes


If you like salted caramel then these cupcakes are your dream come true. The cupcakes contain a mixture of vanilla extract, sugar, butter, milk and a few other ingredients. Once they’re baked, warm caramel sauce is poured over and into them, thanks to a series of holes that are poked into each cupcake beforehand. They are then topped with home salted caramel buttercream frosting. Sprinkle on a little course salt before serving in order to continue the theme.
Source Serious Eats

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Chocolate Almond Cupcakes with Fluffy Coconut Frosting


There are few things that go together better than chocolate and almonds. Add in some coconut and you will end up with an unforgettable (and tasty) combination! These chocolate almond cupcakes are flavored with whole almonds that have been chopped finely, shredded coconut, cocoa powder, coconut milk and unsweetened chocolate. The frosting is made from sugar, egg whites, cream of tartar, salt and vanilla extract. Bake, frost and sprinkle with more shredded coconut before serving.
Source Epicurious

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