Oscar the Grouch Cupcakes

Oscar the Grouch Cupcakes

The kids are going to love these Grouch cupcakes, and they certainly won’t be grouchy after they have tasted them. They are a continuation of the Cookie Monster cupcakes with a few changes, but are just as well received by the little ones and the adults too. They are brightly colored and made with an easy-to-follow recipe. No doubt you will want to dedicate more time to the decorating than the actual making and baking.

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Cookie Monster Cupcakes

Cookie Monster Cupcakes

This is one monster the whole family won’t mind coming up against, as these cookie monster cupcakes are absolutely delightful. These are made with a high rising recipe, so the mouth can be cut out for the amazing cookie monster effects. Don’t forget about the cookie that you will want to set into the mouth, because we all know that the cookie monster loves his cookies too.

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Easy Bunny Cupcakes

Easy Bunny Cupcakes

While I can see how you might think that bunny cupcakes are ONLY for Easter, they’re great for spring, birthdays, or a kids’ activity too! These fanciful cupcakes come with an adorable pair of edible bunny ears. I know, I can’t stand the cuteness either! I have to eat them right now! Fortunately, they are super easy, customizable, and downright delicious. Hoppity hop right on over and see what you think!

Source: Your Cup of Cake

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Kitties & Cupcakes 1st Birthday Cookies


Cupcakes don’t need to actually be mini-cakes – as evidenced by these cupcake-shaped cookies, they can be flattened discs of tastiness, as well. This batch of sugar cookies consists of frosted cupcake cookies, frosted cartoon-y cat cookies, and cookies shaped like lit birthday candles and the number 1. Basically, they work well for birthday parties, but once you remove the birthday candles and numbers, they can be served in lieu of cupcakes for any occasion!
Source The Art of Cookie

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Minnie Mouse Cupcake at Captain Cooks Snack Company


What’s better than a lightly flavored chocolate cupcake? One that is decorated to resemble Minnie Mouse, of course! This cupcake is just one of the many possible desserts to choose from at Disney’s Polynesian Resort. It consists of a chocolate cupcake with a slight hint of mocha, a ton of chocolate mousse frosting, a ganache-like chocolate coating, a while fondant bow, and, of course, two Oreo cookies perched on top to make the mouse ears. Who can resist such a treat?
Source Disney Food Blog

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Rubber Ducky Cupcakes


Sometimes the best cupcake designs are cute and uncomplicated. Take these rubber ducky cupcakes for example. All that you need to do is bake the cupcakes (you can choose the flavor), adhere one half of a marshmallow and a doughnut hole to the top with vanilla frosting. Then, dip the top of the cupcake in yellow frosting and voila! Add on the details, like the beak, eyes, and you will end up with a cupcake that is almost too cute to eat.
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Butterfly Cupcakes


Are you ready to make some cupcakes that are almost too cute to eat? In order to make these butterfly cupcakes, start with the cupcake flavor of your choice. Bake them, and let them cool before covering them in a thin layer of green-tinted frosting. Then the fun begins! The flattened, sanding sugar coated marshmallows become wings, a gum drop with candy eyes becomes the head, and Fruit Loops cereal bits make up the body. A few licorice antennas and these sweet treats are ready to serve!
Source Stop Lookin! Get Cookin

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SPOOKY SPIDER CUPCAKES


Making cute Halloween-themed treats doesn’t need to be complicated. These spooky spider cupcakes are made from a chocolate cake mix (these particular ones use a dark chocolate fudge mix, but the choice is yours), some frosting, and a few easy to assemble toppings. Once the cupcakes are baked and frosted lightly with chocolate glaze, all that need to be added are the chocolate sprinkles (for the spider body), some black string licorice (for the legs) and two white eyeball candies (self-explanatory)!
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Thanksgiving Cupcakes


Thanksgiving cupcakes, its not too late to create some but perhaps in light of the calendar, you could change the turkey to a chick or a bunny. The base is a pumpkin cupcake, reminiscent no doubt of Thanksgiving celebration, and topped with a chocolate buttercream. A white chocolate or vanilla buttercream would do nicely to change the color of your creation, and the toasted coconut could become a bunnys fur. With enough buttercream and imagination you can change any cupcakes theme, maybe even the world.
Source Marth Stewart

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SPRING CHICK CUPCAKES


The best way to make spring chick cupcakes is also the easiest. These are made from chocolate cupcakes. This particular recipe is vegan (meaning that they’re free of meat and animal-by products) but you can always use standard dairy-filled cupcakes. Bake them, let them cool and then remove the cupcake liners before flipping them upside down, frosting them, and then covering them in toasted coconut. Use almonds and cacao nibs for the eyes, feet and beaks to make these cute and tasty at the same time.
Source Oh She Glows

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