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Mound/Almond Joy Cupcakes


These tasty chocolate cupcakes get their names from the Mounds and Almond Joy candy bars. The main difference, just like the theme song from the commercial is that these treats, just like Mounds bars, don’t have nuts in them. Instead, they have a filling made from shredded coconut, powdered sugar and sweetened condensed milk. The frosting on top is a luscious chocolate ganche, which turns these into a pretty close representation of the aforementioned chocolate bars.
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Pull Apart Turtle Cupcakes


With these Pull Apart Turtle Cupcakes, you will never have to force your little ones to eat. It is fun and enjoyable to eat just as it is pleasing to the eyes. Even adults can enjoy these cupcakes. Aside from the taste, the presentation is also amazing especially with all the candy trimmings around it. You don’t even have to have artistic hands to create this. It’s the simplest yet most delicious Pull Apart Turtle Cupcakes you can ever find!
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Brownie Batter + Cupcake = The SECOND BEST Cupcake Ever


It may sound strange – brownie batter baked into a white cupcake – but once you bite into it, you won’t regret having tried this creation. Both the brownie batter and white cake batter are made from packaged mixes, although you can make them from scratch if you so choose. No matter which method, the assembly is the same – the brownie batter goes in first, followed by the cake batter. After baking, top with your favorite frosting and then enjoy!
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“Turtle” Cupcakes


These sweet looking cupcakes are made out of German chocolate cake, which is known to have a sweet and gooey taste. But don’t fret because the ganache glaze is made out of chocolate that is semi-sweet to avoid the cupcake from becoming too sweet. It also has a banana pudding inside to balance out the sweetness of the cupcake. Match these cupcakes with your favorite espresso to compliment the taste.
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Snickerdoodle Cupcakes


Snickerdoodles are cinnamon-y sugar-y cookies that when done right, are quite tasty indeed. In comparison, these snickerdoodle cupcakes take the cake, quite literally. The batter contains both cinnamon and sugar, plus vanilla, flour, baking powder, eggs, salt, butter and milk. After baking, top each with a very heaping helping of meringue frosting (you can season it with vanilla, coconut or even coffee, if you’d like) before dusting on even more cinnamon and sugar. Light and tasty, these cupcakes come out better than the cookies!
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Rolo Cupcakes


Caramel, chocolate and vanilla go together very well, especially when they are in the form of these Rolo cupcakes. The chocolate cupcake batter contains a secret ingredient: a frozen Rolo shoved into the middle. The batter also has chocolate pudding, which makes these into a very moist, flavorful treat. Each cupcake is topped with homemade vanilla and caramel buttercream, and before chocolate ganache is drizzled over it. Add on another Rolo, just for kicks, and serve!
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Heath Bar Cupcakes


What happens when you combine Devil’s food cake mix with heath bar bits and chocolate pudding mix? You get these delicious heath bar cupcakes, of course! The cupcakes are topped with not one, but two different types of frosting: thick vanilla buttercream and rich chocolate ganache, then they are topped with even more heath bar bits (the best sprinkles ever.) Serve these up to a co-worker, friend of family member with a smile.
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Peanut Butter Cup Cupcakes


There is nothing on earth that goes together better than chocolate and peanut butter. These peanut butter cup cupcakes are the perfect example of that. They consist of choclate cupcake batter (enhanced with a little chocolate pudding mix, espresso and sour cream) with a frozen Reese’s Peanut Butter cup miniature baked inside. Top them with homemade peanut butter buttercream (try not to eat the whole batch before you frost the cupcakes) and another mini Reese’s Peanut Butter cup.
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Snickers Cupcakes


There’s just something about a Snickers candy bar that makes it both memorable and tasty. Is it the nuts? The chocolate? The caramel? Or the combination of all three and then some? Either way, these Snicker cupcakes are bound to be as big a hit. To make them, combine devil’s food cake mix, chocolate pudding mix and sour cream, water, vanilla, eggs and vegetable oil. For the frosting, make a homemade caramel buttercream. Top with chopped up Snickers bar for an added kick!
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Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Brownie Cupcakes


For a one-two punch of cupcake craziness, make these Double Stuff Oreo Brownie cupcakes, and serve them alongside the Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Brownie cupcakes. This double-dose of chocolate-y goodness will wow the guests at your next party — or you could just eat them yourself, as long as you are prepared for the chocolate overload! And yes, the Oreo cupcakes contain Oreo cookies, just like the Peanut Butter ones contain an entire mini Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup in the middle!
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