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Cupcake Cones

All that you need to create an ice cream cone cupcake is a little creativity – and some ice cream cones. Yes, these cupcakes are baked inside of actual flat-bottomed ice cream cones, thanks to a special pan designed for this exact purpose. Once the cupcakes have baked, cover them in buttercream frosting, chocolate ganache and some sprinkles so that they actually look like ice cream. You can also bake them in waffle cones and receive the same effect. Pretty cool!
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Bakery Makes Bloody Dexter Cupcakes

Sometimes you get to have a little fun while coming up with creative cupcake inspiration. These particular cupcakes are inspired by the television show “Dexter.” They are red velvet, with white buttercream frosting, red tinted caramel “blood” and bits of spun sugar turned into see through “glass.” The “blood” and “glass” are placed on top of these treats after they have been baked and frosted. Although it may look dangerous, they actually taste delicious!
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Fudge Brownie and Coconut Ice Cream Cupcakes

What do brownie cupcakes, coconut gelato and coconut whipped cream have in common? Easy! They are all components in these fudge brownie and coconut ice cream cupcakes. The cupcakes are made from a brownie batter, which makes thicker, more dense treats. This pairs well with the coconut gelato and the coconut whipped cream (which doubles as frosting.) Simply layer on the gelato, top with frosting, sprinkle on some toasted coconut and chocolate sprinkles and serve. You won’t be able to eat just one!
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Full Moon Baby Blue Cupcakes

Cupcakes are handy to serve at parties, because they require less utensils and other things. You won’t have to worry about cutting up a cake, making all of the pieces the same size, and handing it around the room on plates. All that you need to serve cupcakes is a napkin and the cupcake itself! These particular cupcakes were designed for a baby shower. They are red velvet, and feature blue tinted cream cheese frosting and edible baby decorations. Tasty and cute at the same time!
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Rhubarb and Ginger Cupcake with Custard Buttercream

Are you tired of boring, standard cupcakes in flavors like vanilla and chocolate? If so, then these rhubarb and ginger cupcakes with custard buttercream frosting might be just the thing that you have been looking for. Rhubarb is a component in strawberry rhubarb pie, so why wouldn’t it work in a cupcake alongside ginger? The answer? It does, and the results are fabulous! Once these treats have been frosted, they end up being almost too pretty to eat, but don’t let that stop you.
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Raspberry Chocolate Cupcakes

Chocolate cupcakes pair well with fruit flavors. For instance, this particular recipe uses both chocolate and raspberries. The cupcakes are made from bittersweet chocolate, flour, sugar, vanilla extract and butter, among other ingredients. They are poured into festive cupcake liners and baked, before being topped with raspberry buttercream frosting. The frosting contains both raspberry extract and raspberry puree, in order to give each treat the maximum amount of flavor. Toss on a few fresh raspberries and a sprig or two of mint before serving.
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3D Lego Cupcakes

Kids like to play with blocks, so it makes perfect sense that a child would request a Lego themed birthday party, complete with matching cupcakes. These particular cupcakes come in both chocolate and vanilla flavors, so each attendee has his or her choice. The frosting matches the cupcakes, making it easier to choose. However, the real stand out are the fondant Lego “bricks” placed on top of each treat. They are edible, and really carry out the theme, don’t you think?
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Cookie Dough Cupcakes

Cookie dough is tasty just by itself, but when it is added to these simple vanilla cupcakes with vanilla buttercream frosting, it becomes something else entirely. Start by making the cupcake batter, baking the cupcakes, and letting them cool. Once they are ready for the frosting, make sure to pipe on plenty, as it needs to support the cookies. The chocolate chip cookies (also known as the cookie dough in these treats) are placed vertically into the frosting with one end peeking out. Delightful!
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You don’t have top be prancing around a palace to enjoy this nifty nibble, but it helps. If it looks slightly la-di-dah with the piquant chocolate-ball finish, it’s because it is. You can smell the truffle in the cake before it passes through gilded portals. Bite right into it and traverse the rich dark chocolate first before the truffle-flavor – much more subtle than you would have imagined – sinks in. Then only does the cake, delectably draped in honey, come into play. It’s a delicacy not be truffled with.
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Gummy Bear White Chocolate Cupcakes

Standard white cupcakes are made tastier thanks to the addition of gummy bears and white chocolate frosting. No, the gummy bears don’t go into the cupcake at all – instead they are placed on top of the already baked and frosted treats. However, the real show-stopper here is the white chocolate frosting. It is made from salt, whipping cream, butter, powdered sugar and white baking chocolate. Mix the ingredients together and you’ll be tempted to eat it before you frost these cupcakes!
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