Banana Nutella Cupcakes

Banana Nutella Cupcakes

Now we all know that banana and peanut butter go well together, but what happens when you put banana and Nutella together nicely in one scrumptious cupcake? A food explosion of flavors is what happens, and that is what you get with these cupcakes. It’s a simple-to-make banana cupcake heaped with a generous helping of Nutella frosting. Good thing they are easy to make. You will definitely need to whip up a double batch for the family, because one won’t be enough.

Source: Baked by an Introvert

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Chai Latte Cupcakes

Chai Latte Cupcakes

If you’re looking for a coffee-type cupcake this isn’t the one for you, but if you are looking for a delicious and soothing to the taste treat, you’ll want to whip up a batch of these Chai lattes. Of course, you need to enjoy the taste of chai tea and also happen to love cinnamon, cardamom, and, oh yes, a hint of nutmeg. If so, these are the cupcakes for you! Sounds like a winter delight doesn’t it? Don’t be fooled; these cupcakes are a big hit all year around.

Source: Mrs. B’s Kitchen

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Tres Leches Cupcakes

Tres Leches Cupcakes

What’s even better than uno leche? TRES LECHES! Obviously a good cupcake considers all cultures, and this one has a delightful Mexican flare that is simply irresistible. Some condensed milk, some flour, some heavy whipping cream and of course some strawberries makes this a tres star winner. These are great for a quiencera, or perhaps a late night couch party that involves one too many soap operas. Either way, delicious!

Source: Taste and Tell

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Banana Cupcakes with Nutella Frosting

Banana Cupcakes with Nutella Frosting

Nutella is fantastic no matter which way you eat it. Bananas are truly a fruit favorite. When you combine the two into one amazing cupcake what more could you possibly want? The banana is so delightfully perfect in the cupcake batter that it’s a treat on its own. When you get a blast of that Nutella frosting mingling in with the banana taste, then you truly are experiencing a Wow! factor.

Source: Spicy Southern Kitchen

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Healthy Carrot Cake Cupcakes

Healthy Carrot Cake Cupcakes

These healthy carrot cake cupcakes (I know, hard to believe that something with ‘cake’ twice in its name can be healthy) are delightful. They can be sugar-free, gluten-free, and high-fiber..three reasons to eat three of these cupcakes. Or more, we won’t judge. The cupcakes are soft and moist, and are versatile enough to serve as breakfast or dessert. Yes, you heard us right – cupcakes for breakfast!

Source: Chocolate-Covered Katie

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Rosemary Lemon Egg-Cupcakes (For Easter or Anytime!)

Rosemary Lemon Egg-Cupcakes

It’s true: I don’t think “rosemary lemon” when I think cupcakes, either. In addition, these cupcakes are made in quite an unusual way – in empty eggshells! However, neither one of these facts detracts from the simple truth that these little beauties are a heavenly bite of perfection. This classy treat is all about flavor, texture, and a delicious understated sweetness that’ll keep you coming back…even if you don’t like rosemary. Batter up!

Source: Cup of Sugar, Pinch of Salt

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Dark Chocolate- Oatmeal Cookie Cupcakes

Dark Chocolate Oatmeal Cookie Cupcakes

Oatmeal makes everything healthier, right? And dark chocolate is loaded with antioxidants, so this hybrid recipe shouldn’t dredge up any feelings of guilt. This one is more of a deep-dish cookie than a cupcake, but it has a cupcake’s shape, so we’re on board. Once you’ve converted these boring, flat piles of oatmeal, brown sugar and chocolate to tiny delicious cakes, top them with homemade ganache and enjoy thoroughly. You’ve earned it.

Source: Recipe Girl

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Melissa d Arabians Magic Fruit and Veggie Cupcakes


Putting fruit and vegetables into cupcakes creates more than just a tasty snack – they provide a way to get healthy foods into picky kids. These cupcakes start off with a basic batter that consists of three different types of flour (all purpose, whole wheat and soy) and oats, flax seed, brown sugar, cinnamon and several other things. Then, the fruit – fresh or dried – and vegetables are added in. The results are a tasty cupcakes with all of the health benefits and very little of the sweetness.
Source iVillage

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Coffee and Doughnut Cupcakes Three Ways


Now this is a cupcake with a difference. A doughnut placed in the bottom of a cupcake liner with coffee cupcake batter completely covering it, and, when the coffee and doughnut cupcake comes out of the oven – hey presto! Things have taken a turnabout; the doughnut has floated to the top of the batter. With a frosting of swirled whipped cream, this becomes a decadent coffee doughnut cupcake, which is so delicious, you cant settle for gobbling only one of them, you just have to have another, or even more.
Source Cupcake Project

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Mimosa Cupcakes: The Best Sunday Brunch Cupcakes


Like its namesake in the beverage world, this innocent looking lick of lusciousness has a delightfully wicked side. The well-loved, classic cocktail consisting of champagne and well-chilled orange juice, is traditionally served in a champagne flute with brunch to help ease the previous nights indulgence. True to form, this dessert equivalent is an orange cupcake with champagne syrup drizzled inside, topped with a champagne frosting and a little orange rind. Light and subtle with a little secret.
Source Cupcake Project

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