Do you like pina coladas? Or getting caught in the rain? Well, good, these cupcakes might be right down your alley! Some regular flour, coconut extract and pineapple juice turn these regular ol’ white cupcakes into a delicious replica of the ever-popular drink…without the buzz! Add the right frosting and a little coconut on top, and you have the best little morsel a Saturday afternoon by the pool (or on the beach, if you’re lucky) can buy.
Who would have thought that combining strawberry and lime could have such a wonderful impact on the taste buds? Just enough sugar to cut the tartness is what makes them a big hit with anyone who bites into them. There are lots of ingredients in them to help bring out the pure pleasure of the strawberry and lime, and they are well worth the effort put into making them.
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These cupcakes leave nothing to be desired when it comes to looks and flavor. You will be happy to discover that they are super easy to prepare, too! The real secret to their success is that they should be made from as many fresh ingredients as you have available. This is what makes them truly a homemade success, and avoidsÂ the traits of a plain old store bought cupcake.
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Who doesnâ€™t love an upside down cake, and who doesnâ€™t like pineapple? Combine these into a cupcake, and you’llÂ be the queen of deserts (and maybe hearts). These cupcakes are loaded with juicy chunks of pineapple, then turned upside down so they can be coveredÂ with yummy whipped cream and topped with a cherry. There is nothingÂ more one could possibly want from these cupcakes!Â They’reÂ definitely one-is-not enough cupcakes.
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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.
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Whatâ€™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!
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Go retro this spring with these delicious Pineapple Cocunut cupcakes that will remind you of childhood and Easter parties. The yellow cupcake base and the cocunut frosting just looks like Spring,and if you ever get tired of chocolate cupcakes you can give your tastebuds a yummy break. This heavenly pineapple and cocunut flavor combo is healthy too, so you never have to feel guilty about eating one..or two..or more!
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Salted caramel is on the fast track to worldwide obsession, right behind bacon in any form, so it’s no surprise that there’s aÂ perfect recipe for salted caramel cupcakes. These cupcakes are the real deal, pushing caramel past the frosting and actually into the tiny cakes. This time, salted caramel cupcakes means just that, the actual cupcake is flavored too! This recipe strives for the perfect balance between sweet and salty, the ultimate flavor achievement. Once you’ve perfected the art of caramelizing sugar and pouring it into cakes, top them with caramel rounds coated with large crystal sugar for a finished product fit for kings.
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Sometimes simple is best. Take these mini vanilla cupcakes, for example. Baked in a mini-cupcake pan, they can be eaten in one bite — unless you want to savor them by eating them slower. The batter consists of flour, salt, baking powder, milk, vanilla, butter, sugar and eggs, nothing shocking there, right? The frosting is equally simple and tasty – tinted vanilla buttercream. Break it into batches and add some food coloring in order to make these treats slightly more colorful.
These simple looking vanilla cupcakes will surely make you crave for more. These cupcakes are made out of vanilla bean extract with milk which allows the vanilla flavor to standout. The filling on top is made out of vanilla as well, which is why vanilla lovers out there will surely drool over these insanely yummy cupcakes. To add colors, bright candy liners are added on top. You may partner a warm glass of chocolate milk with these delicious vanilla cupcakes.
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