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.
Cupcakes are handy to serve at parties, because they require less utensils and other things. You won’t have to worry about cutting up a cake, making all of the pieces the same size, and handing it around the room on plates. All that you need to serve cupcakes is a napkin and the cupcake itself! These particular cupcakes were designed for a baby shower. They are red velvet, and feature blue tinted cream cheese frosting and edible baby decorations. Tasty and cute at the same time!
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These cupcakes are the perfect things to serve at your little princess’ next birthday party. The batter is pink (thus making the cupcakes themselves pink), the frosting is pink, and most of the edible decorations on top of them are as well. The cupcakes themselves are vanilla (a mixture of cake flour, baking powder, sugar, salt, butter, milk, eggs and vanilla extract) that have been tinted with gel food coloring, just like the frosting. The end results are perfectly pink!
Do you know what makes these particular cupcakes so special for Baby Showers? For starters, these cupcakes are tiny baby-sized cupcakes. These cupcakes have an ingredient in them as well that is associated with babies, which is bananas. Then, as a specialty of baby shower cupcakes, they are delightfully topped with conversation hearts in baby talk candy with themed words. This makes them really precious and perfect for baby showers.
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Dave’s Funfetti Peeps Cupcakes are simple, sweet, and something special for a baby shower, a first birthday, a toddler birthday, a holiday, or just for eating. The Peeps people now make Peeps for Halloween, Easter, Christmas, summer, and Valentine’s Day so there are more holidays to celebrate with Peeps cupcakes than ever. With coordinating frosting colors and food coloring a boxed mix and sprinkles, your cupcakes can take on any celebration.
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Spring is here and these delicious fun cupcakes will be a great addition to a back yard BBQ or a Baby shower. Lemon makes them fresh tasting and raspberry is always a fun flavor. source Created by Diane
Who’s up for some very colorfully decorated cupcakes? Right: everyone. These flower cupcakes are actually simple to make, as the batter consists of standard vanilla cupcake ingredients, with the exception of sour cream and cornstarch. The frosting is where the fun comes in. Make homemade cream cheese icing (cream cheese, butter, sugar and vanilla extract) and then divide it into batches. Tint each a different color, and then add matching sprinkles. Simple and tasty!
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Garbanzo bean- fava flour, arrowroot, and potato starch are the foundation for the Vegan, Gluten-free Vanilla Cupcakes. While those foundational ingredients may not sound appetizing on their own, when you add the lemon zest, agave nectar, vanilla extract and applesauce, you have the sweet components that create not only a more healthy dessert alternative, but a yummy variety as well. The vanilla frosting that completes this wholesome treat is just as healthy and yummy.
Sometimes the classics are hard to beat. Take these mini yellow cupcakes with pink frosting, for example. Sure, you could add in any number of unique ingredients to give them a different sort of taste or colorful profile, but why go that route when simple is best? These yellow cupcakes contain only standard ingredients, like flour and eggs, while the homemade buttercream frosting is tinted pink and topped with heart-shaped sprinkles. Impossible to resist, right?
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There is nothing a sugar-holic loves more than cotton candy, except maybe a cotton candy cupcake. These cotton candy cupcakes are made from white cake mix, with the addition of blueberry yogurt, water, vegetable oil, egg whites and blue food coloring. The frosting – a sweet (literally) cotton candy buttercream have actual cotton candy in the mix, alongside the standard butter, milk and confectioners sugar. Bake the cupcakes, top them liberally with frosting and serve with a smile!
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