Easter Simnel Cupcakes

Easter Simnel Cupcakes

Easter is fast approaching, and while we’ve shared some super cute options, this cupcake version of a simnel cake will satisfy your sweet tooth and the reason for the season.

These fruitcake cupcakes are filled with marzipan to honor the Easter tradition and topped with a range of almond buttercream designs – the perfect treat for Easter weekend!

Source: The Baking Explorer

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Bunny Butt Cupcakes

Bunny Butt Cupcakes

Cute little bunny butts on top of delicious white cupcakes! These are easy to put together and the perfect Easter Cupcake.

With the addition of lemon extract to the cupcake, not only are these Bunny Butt cupcakes beautiful, they are fresh and DELICIOUS!!

Source: I Am Baker

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Friday the 13th Slasher Smores Cupcakes

Friday the 13th Slasher Smores Cupcakes

Happy Friday the 13th! This is actually the first of two this year, and it rightfully deserves its own cupcake. This one should do the trick.

While coming events might rightfully seem more frightening than a traditionally unlucky day, Friday the 13th will always be famous in its own right, and we think if the day is famous, it’s worth celebrating with a cupcake, like this gory vegan tribute to Jason himself.

Source: Bake and Destroy

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“Melting” Snowman Gingerbread Cupcakes

"Melting" Snowman Gingerbread Cupcakes

Christmas may officially be over, but winter is just getting started, which means snowmen and gingerbread are definitely still in season.

These creative cupcakes are the perfect way to send 2016 out with a bang or bring a little snowy fun to a warmer location. Topped with your choice of cake balls or donut holes and dressed to the nines, these “snow” treats won’t last long, no matter how cold it is.

Source: Erica’s Sweet Tooth

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Reindeer Cupcakes

Reindeer Cupcakes

Christmas Day is finally here, and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate than by toasting to Santa’s main man, Rudolph.

These adorable reindeer cupcakes pay homage to the outcast reindeer who lit the way for gifts and goodies and went down in history. They’re likely to go the same way, after they hit taste buds and tummies.

Source: Created by Diane

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Snowman Cupcakes

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We’ve made reindeer and Santa hat cupcakes, but the holiday baking season wouldn’t be complete without snowmen!

These relatively simple, yet adorable little treats are perfect for any holiday party, Christmas-themed or not! They’re also great company for a night on the couch with some hot cocoa. 🙂

Source: Created by Diane

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Mini Santa Hat Cupcakes

Mini Santa Hat Cupcakes

I’m not sure that anything could be a more festive dessert for a holiday party than a big batch of these Mini Santa Hat Cupcakes.

Each one of the mini cupcakes is topped off with a santa hat made of red and white icing that gives them a bright, festive look sure to put a smile on anyone’s face. It’s Merry Christmas in a wrapper!

Source: Baking Bites

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Chocolate Reindeer Cupcakes

Chocolate Reindeer Cupcakes

Santa. Your reindeer taste so good. In the form of a super moist, super chocolatey cupcake.

Of course, Rudolph and his friends are covered in whipped chocolate frosting that tastes almost mousse like and then decorated with chocolate covered pretzels, mini Nilla Wafers and M&Ms. Seriously, I never knew Reindeer could taste so good!

Source: Half Baked Harvest

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Turkey Face Cupcakes

Turkey Face Cupcakes

A fun dessert for Thanksgiving weekend, besides what will you eat for dessert when the pumpkin pie is gone? These Turkey Face Cupcakes will be perfect, trust me!

Pie seems to get eaten pretty fast by the time breakfast rolls around the day after Thanksgiving in our house, so these would be perfect for dessert, drop-per by-ers and YOU of course. You look like you could use a cute cupcake. I know I could after tackling a 20 pound turkey!

Source: created by Diane

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Black Velvet Spider Cupcakes

Black Velvet Spider Cupcakes

Black Velvet Spider Cupcakes are a wonderful addition to a Halloween menu. The flavor of the cupcakes match the classic red velvet cupcake, but are dyed black instead of the traditional red.

These black velvet cupcakes can form the base of many Halloween inspired recipes, but today they are represented as frightful little spiders. A few decorative ingredients turn the black velvet cupcakes into creepy-crawly creatures which will (deliciously) frighten your guests.

Source: Pastry Affair

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