Pink Piggy Cupcakes


Pink Piggy Cupcakes are the cutest little things and a tasty treat as well. These yummy confections would be perfect for a children’s barnyard party, a 4H meeting or event, or just as a cute offering at a church’s potluck one afternoon. The rich buttery flavor and the cocoa goodness in these treats are perfectly complemented by the cream cheese butter cream frosting. No matter where you serve the Pink Piggy cupcakes, you’re sure to get rave reviews.
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Garden Cupcake Frostings


Garden Cupcake Frostings are some of the easiest frostings you can make. Why; because they start with canned vanilla or white frosting. The “garden” flair comes in the form of extracts and food colorings, and of course in the edible and candy flowers and rainbow sprinkles. Raspberry extract along with red food coloring creates a beautiful hue as does the mint extract coupled with the green food coloring. These are sure to liven up any garden party.
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A Big Pile of Cupcakes


A Big Pile of Cupcakes is a whimsical design created using chocolate cupcakes with buttercream frosting tinted in bright colors. The “pile” comes in when Reese’s minis in two sizes, one more mini than the other are stacked and then frosted different colors than each other. The cupcake concept is carried further still by embellishing all three “cupcakes” with sprinkles. The effect is festive and completely perfect for customizing using your own party colors or theme.
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Micky and Minnie Mouse Cupcakes


Fondant bows and mouse ears on either side of a heaping helping of buttercream frosting say “Disney” in a subtle fashion. You can make these cupcakes from any cake batter that you choose, although these are a wonderful vanilla flavor. The buttercream is also vanilla, although, like the cupcakes, you can decide to use chocolate instead, of any other flavor, for that matter. What is important is the crowning touch that makes these Disney-fied — the mouse ears!
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Vanilla Buttermilk Cupcakes and Buttercream Frosting


Vanilla cupcakes are far from boring when they’re decorated to look like polar bears and snowmen. A little creativity goes a long way on these! The “bear” is made from a donut hole frosted and coated with shredded coconut, and the snowman is covered in sanding sugar to make him glisten like freshly-fallen snow. However, the best part lies within — this vanilla cupcake is both rich and luscious, and the frosting is “the best EVER.” All in all, these are an unforgettable combination!
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Cotton Candy Cupcakes


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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Blue and White Cupcakes


Blue and white cupcakes are a great dessert to serve at just about any occasion. From baby showers to Christmas parties, they fit the bill nicely. These lovely chocolate and vanilla cupcakes are decked out for a birthday party, complete with blue buttercream frosting, edible pearls and shimmering silver sprinkles and stars. Some have lucious white frosting, and are topped with an edible “happy birthday” topper, as well as blue gumballs. Now all you need is a party to serve them at!
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Funfetti Cupcake for One


The party has arrived when you make these Funfetti Cupcakes, even if it is a party for one, which this recipe is. Why go to all the trouble to make just one cupcake? If you like baking, and you like cupcakes, it is no trouble at all. This recipe allows for many variations in flour, liquids, and sweeteners, as well as the option to microwave your cake. Whether you’re having a party for one, or you just want a sweet treat with your quiet evening in, this cupcake for one recipe is sure to be a celebration.
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Birthday Train Cupcakes


Nothing is more fitting for a young boy’s birthday party than a series of train themed treats. These cupcakes can be made from any batter – which is perfect in this day and age of food allergies – and, once topped with a series of train outlines and train themed decorations (think: railroad crossing signals), will take the child’s train obsession to a whole new level. The best part? These cupcakes are simple to decorate and adults will find them tasty as well. Sounds like a win-win situation!
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Bubble Gum Pink Flavoured Cupcakes


Pink themed cupcakes like these can be served at many different functions, from birthday parties to informal wedding showers. It’s hard to resist the triple dose of pink that makes these stand out from the cupcake crowd: the cake liner, the sprinkles and the fondant star set atop each all shout both festive and feminine at the same time. The simple vanilla cupcakes and off-white buttercream frosting both take a backseat to all of this pink!
Source Eat My Cakes

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