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CHILI CHOCOLATE SPIDER CUPCAKES


Nothing says “Halloween” quite like festive spider cupcakes. These cupcakes – made from scratch with cocoa powder, buttermilk and a list of other ingredients – are topped with green ganache frosting and spiders! No, not real spiders; the edible variety. They consist of chili chocolate ganache frosting, sprinkles, licorice, slivered almonds and sour candy. Once these tasty treats are baked and decorated, serve them to guests at your Halloween party, or just keep them all to your spooky self!
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Rudolph the RedVelvet Cupcake


Who says you can only see Rudolph during Christmas season? With these delicious red velvet cupcakes, you will surely get to see Rudolph quite so often. These cupcakes are made out of egg whites and Chobani that is fat free. The top of the cupcake is made out of that all-time favorite chocolate and butter. Rudolph’s face is made out of M&Ms chocolate candy and wafers; some yummy pretzels for his ears. Rudolph red velvet cupcake is perfect with a warm cup of cocoa.
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Easy Halloween Cupcakes


With a little creativity, you can make Halloween themed cupcakes that might scare the neighborhood children. Until they bite into them, that is. Start with the cupcake flavors of your choice — you can go with chocolate, vanilla, peanut butter or even something exotic. It is up to you. Then, set up the items needed to decorating the cupcakes: vanilla frosting, food coloring, decorating gel, cookies, cookie crumbs, candy pumpkins… and then get creative!
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Chocolate Pumpkin Witch Cupcakes


There’s something about chocolate pumpkin cupcakes that sounds so strange, but tastes so great. The cupcake batter is made of some basic ingredients (flour, eggs, baking soda, salt, sugar) and some more unusual ones (pumpkin puree, orange juice, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, allspice.) Don’t worry – it also contains melted bittersweet chocolate and semi-sweet chocolate chips! Top with pumpkin pie spice frosting after baking, and then add on chocolate-coated wafer cookies to make them look “witchy.”
Source Cupcake Project

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Lion and Lamb Cupcakes


It is amazing what you can do with marshmallows, frosting and candy. These lion and lamb cupcakes are two great examples of this. They start off looking like ordinary vanilla cupcakes covered in tasty frosting, although once the toppings are added, they are transformed into adorable treats that fit into the month of March perfectly: in like a lion and out like a lamb. Or is it the other way around?
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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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Ultimate St. Patricks Day Cupcakes


You don’t have to Irish to celebrate St. Patrick’s day – or eat these cupcakes – but you should be an adult, thanks to the liquor in the recipe. The cupcakes are a red velvet recipe that has been altered to use green food coloring instead of red, in order to match the holiday. After baking, an edible chocolate liquor cup is inserted into the top of each cupcake. Top them with an Irish whiskey cream cheese frosting, and then fill the chocolate liquor cups with green beer before serving.
Source Cupcake Project

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Kaleidoscope Cupcakes


Kaleidoscope cupcakes are sweet little colorful treats with an added measure of fun. To achieve this multihued masterpiece the trick is to color the cupcake batter separately. Partially fill the cupcake wrappers and then add the colored batters in whatever design you choose. To finish off the adorable edibles, instead of icing or frosting on top which would hide these cuties, the cakes are split and the frosting is stuck in the middle. Picture perfect!
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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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Wonderland Cupcake Wrappers


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