Unicorn Cupcakes

Unicorn Cupcakes

These may have started out as Easter Cupcakes, but since anything can happen on Friday, 13th, we think they’re perfect for this occasion too.

Anything goes, especially with these cupcakes, which are topped with homemade marshmallows, sprinkles, raspberries…you name it. No matter what else happens to you today, this part will be good.

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A Dozen Rose Cupcakes

A Dozen Rose Cupcakes
Even if you don’t make the sugar roses for these cupcakes, they are absolutely delicious and a chocolate lover’s dream come true. The centers are filled with rich chocolate ganache and the vanilla bean frosting swirl on top is a nice counter to all the chocolate. The recipe makes two dozen cupcakes, so you can keep one dozen and gift another (if you’re feeling generous).
Learning a new skill is exciting, and if you take the plunge into sugar flower-making, then be patient with yourself. The first flower may take a little longer to make than the rest, but that’s just a part of the learning process.
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NFL Game Day Cupcakes

NFL Game Day Cupcakes

As far as Americans are concerned, there’s only one thing better than chocolate: chocolate and football. This Sunday is the big game, and when it comes to Super Bowl fandom in the sweet realm, these cupcakes deliver. Or should we say, “score!”? In either case, whip up a batch of these delectable chocolate cakes, topped with chocolate-dipped marshmallow frosting, and get super festive by opting for team-colored sprinkles or even plastic toppers. Whether you’re hosting or just bringing sweets, you’re sure to be the MVP of the snack collection.

P.S. We know Green Bay’s not in the Super Bowl. Give us some leeway!

Source: The Cake Blog

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Sunflower Cupcakes

Sunflower Cupcakes

These sunflower cupcakes are perfect for your next social event if you’re responsible for providing the sweets. No matter what the weather may be, these edible sunflower treats will brighten up the day. They may look fancy and a little complicated, but they aren’t, and you’ll be impressed with your piping talents when it comes to the icing. Simple ingredients and simple techniques will have you presenting the best sunflower cupcakes ever.

Source: I am baker.

 

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Baby Chick Cupcakes

Baby Chick Cupcakes

One big trend right now when it comes to cupcakes is cuppies, which are mini versions of the standard cupcakes. So when you whip up a batch of these and adorn them with these beautiful baby chicks, you’re sure to have a real hit on your dessert list. They are made with a modified whipped buttercream icing recipe, easy as adding some food coloring. So go ahead and get a batch of chicks nesting on those delectable cupcakes that your family is waiting for.

Source: I am baker.

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Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes

Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes

Okay, so while this isn’t exactly a cupcake recipe, it MUST be shown to the entire world. Combine cones and frosting with your favorite cupcake recipe – may I suggest trying one or two from our archives? – and you have the BEST cupcake ever! It’s wonderful for parties, summer get togethers at church or just meetings where you want to impress a group of people. Our one tip: don’t overfill the cones! Unless you want a batch for yourself that don’t look as good as they taste…in which case, don’t overfill the SECOND batch you make.

Source: Brown Eyed Baker

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Elmo Cupcakes

Elmo Cupcakes

No doubt your clan would like any of the Sesame Street character cupcakes, but we bet that Elmo becomes their favorite. Not just because they look so darn cute, but because they taste yummy too! Good buttercream frosting makes Elmo’s fur look so realistic. A whole bunch of Elmos can be made using this chocolate batter, then tinting the buttercream frosting with a mix of red and orange coloring.

Source: I Am Baker

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Shark Fin Cupcakes

Shark Fin Cupcakes

WATCH OUT! SHAAAARK!….did I scare you? If I didn’t, maybe these deliciously frightening cupcakes will. These fluffy white cupcakes have been magically turned into wonderful morsels of blue goodness with a little food dye, and with the right frosting job, the most adorable…I mean scary…shark fins appear. These would be great for celebrating Shark Week or a sea-themed party for your favorite little one.

Source: I Am Baker

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Easter Chocolate Cupcakes

Easter Chocolate Cupcakes

These may be called Easter cupcakes thanks to the little jellied eggs nestled on top, but they will be a big hit at any time. They’re great for cooking on the go, because they’re so easy and fast to make. You can bet if you were to set these cupcakes next to a chocolate cake, these would be the first to go! They are made with your own fav cake recipe and icing and just some spiffy techniques to make them extra special.

Source: Blahnik Baker

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Sparkle Star Cupcakes And Blog Party Giveaway


Turning cupcakes in sparkling patriotic star decorations that liven up your table is pretty simple to do. All that you need are colorful printed straws, star shaped marshmallows, melted white chocolate and either glittery disco dust or mini sprinkles. The marshmallows are placed on the ends of the cut straws, dipped in the melted chocolate, and then, once the chocolate has hardened, brushed with corn syrup and dipped in the disco dust or sprinkles. Slide the straw into the center of your baked and frosted cupcakes before serving.
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