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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Andes Mint Cupcakes

Andes Mint Cupcakes

Can you imagine a delightful Andes mint in the form of a cupcake? The good taste just keeps on coming with this melt-in-your-mouth, bursting with mint flavor cupcake. Not only does it taste amazing, you are going to love the perfect union of the look of dark, rich chocolate and the beautiful hue of the mint colored frosting.

Source: Baked by an Introvert

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Cupcakes with Fresh Cream, Strawberries and Balsamic Vinegar Glaze

Cupcakes with Fresh Cream, Strawberries and Balsamic Vinegar Glaze

You may not believe it, but you can combine fresh cream, strawberries and balsamic vinegar all into one edible treat and make it the hit of the party. Once the strawberries have been drizzled with the vinegar, they transform each and every bite into a wonderful experience. Don’t knock it until you’ve tried it, and be prepared to make plenty of these cupcakes because they are going to be a favorite.

Source: Lauren Caris Cooks

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Thin Mint Cupcakes

Thin Mint Cupcakes

There are some cupcakes that are most enjoyable, but one is enough. This will not be the case with these thin and minty cupcakes that are just packed full of goodness. Loading them with chocolate, then bathing them in chocolate ganache is just the beginning. They are adorned with a Thin Mint cookie frosting that adds that final touch. The term, “cake in a cup” is a most appropriate title for these cupcakes that can be called no less than superb.

Source: Your Cup of Cake

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Red Velvet Cupcakes

Red Velvet Cupcakes

Red velvet cupcakes…what makes them so different from WHITE cupcakes, or YELLOW cupcakes, anyway? You know, I’m not so sure, but regardless of the difference, these little red guys will wow your socks off. They’re buttery, sweet and yes…red. With the right frosting, you won’t be able to stop yourself from enjoying more than one. Obviously, the difference between white, yellow and red cupcakes is that red ones are way more sinful than the others (by the way, it’s the butter. That’s the difference. But that can be our little secret so you can blame the cupcakes for all of that red velvet eating you did).

Source: Christina’s Baking Adventure

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Brown Sugar Butterscotch Cupcakes

Brown Sugar Butterscotch Cupcakes

Are you a butterscotch lover? Yes? Good, then you don’t need any convincing to try these cupcakes out, my work here is done. Oh…you aren’t a butterscotch lover? Blasphemy! That’s such a shame, because these little slices of heaven are the perfect amount of sweet and fluffy and use brown sugar instead of white to make them that much more delectable. Did I say that they only take fifteen minutes to make? Yep. Perfect butterscotch cupcakes that are shareable, tasty and absolutely gorgeous in less than half an hour. So you’re going to try them now, right? I thought so.

Source: Christina’s Baking Adventure

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SNOWMAN CUPCAKES


Dont live up north, but still want to build a snowman? Nows your chance. Snowman Cupcakes are fun and easy to make for the whole family. The base of this recipe is an uncomplicated chocolate cupcake. After topping them with an equally easy-to-make butter cream frosting, then its time for the fun. Making the snowmen. Marshmallows are used for the snowmens bodies and orange or red gummy fish for the noses. Topping them with a chocolate covered mint candy gives them a cute little hat to finish of the look.
Source Martha Stewart

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Vanilla Snowman Cupcakes with Vanilla Icing


These vanilla snowman cupcakes are rather healthy, that is, until you add in the “snowman” decorations! The cupcakes are made from a boxed mix that has yogurt, water and egg whites added to it. This keep the low-fat factor fairly high. The frosting is made from vanilla extract, sugar, water and unsalted butter. Once the cupcakes are baked and iced, the fun begins – the mini-marshmallows and other candies that go on top aren’t exactly low in fat, but they sure taste great and make these treats look adorable!
Source Skinny Taste

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Google Christmas Cupcakes!


Cupcakes can be used as gifts for many different occasions. These particular ones are made of chocolate, and are topped with frosted green “Christmas trees” that have been covered with edible pearls that resemble ornaments. The Google topper that has been placed on top of each in lieu of a star lets the recipients know who presented them with the delicious treats. Of course, this is a holiday example, but you can hand them out as birthday gifts or for any holiday that you can think of!
Source Cake in a Cup

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Red Velvet Christmas Cupcakes


The color of red velvet cupcakes automatically make them a candidate for classic Christmas treats. When you add in some green tinted cream cheese frosting (or leave it alone and take advantage of its natural white color) and possibly some sprinkles or colorful edible decorations, you are left with a Christmas-themed cupcake that can be served all December-long. These particular cupcakes are baked in standard cupcake liners, although you can substitute holiday ones to amp up their level of fun!
Source Joy the Baker

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