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Easter egg turned cupcake is what you will think of when you see these bright and colorful little treats. Using chocolate Easter egg candies as toppings is easy and gives them a beautiful pastel color scheme which matches perfectly with the classic colors of Easter. These Coconut Nest Cupcakes are made with a scrumptious vanilla cupcake recipe and then topped with toasted coconut shreds. It is a simple but elegant recipe.
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Rolo Cupcakes

Few things go together as well as chocolate and caramel. Take these Rolo Cupcakes, for example. The consist of a chocolate cupcake (made from a boxed cake mix with a few alterations, like the addition of sour cream, vanilla extract and buttermilk) filled with a homemade caramel filling. Once they’re baked, cooled and filled, these treats are topped with a homemade chocolate buttercream frosting and a few halved Rolo candies. And a light drizzle of more caramel, if you prefer.
Source Your Cup of Cupcake

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Funfetti Cupcakes

Sprinkles are located all over these funfetti cupcakes. They are included in the batter and baked inside these vanilla-flavored treats, and rolled onto the frosting to coat the edges – just enough to give you that extra “sugar rush” when biting into them. The batter itself is fairly simple; it’s a mix of cake flour, butter, salt, egg whites, milk, vanilla extract, sugar and baking powder, not to mention the rainbow sprinkles, of course. The frosting is an equally simple vanilla buttercream, which makes the sprinkles stand out just a bit more in contrast.
Source The Cake Blog

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Oreo Cupcakes

Who doesn’t love Oreo? I don’t know about you, but it doesn’t matter if its Oreo ice cream, Oreo Cake, or just a plain old Oreo cookie, I want to eat it. The flavor of these Oreo Cupcakes is heavenly and the additional chocolate frosting on top adds wallop of chocolaty goodness to the mix. Chopping the Oreo up an mixing them into the batter means you get the awesome flavors or Oreo in every single bite.
Source Ingredients, Inc.

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Chocolate Cupcakes with Marshmallow Frosting

Chocolate and marshmallow go together like peas in a pod. Whether you are making snores or simply making chocolate dipped marshmallows, it’s a great flavor profile that both kids and adults will enjoy. Mix up a batch of these Chocolate Cupcakes with Marshmallow frosting for your next event and you will be the hit of the ball. The creamy marshmallow flavor enhances the chocolaty cupcakes in just the right way, just try not to eat them all before you get to the party.
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Nothing says “summer” quite like a Meyer Lemon Raspberry Cake. These tasty treats get their flavor from the vanilla bean paste in the batter and the Meyer lemon curd filling They are then topped with homemade vanilla bean buttercream frosting, sprinkled with sanding sugar and then topped with a fresh raspberry. Okay, the only raspberries in the entire treat are on top, but that doesn’t matter – they still shout “summer!”
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Coconut Cupcakes

Lovers of coconut, these coconut cupcakes are designed especially for your indulgence. The frosting on each coconut cupcake is covered in a swirling mass of piled high, fluffy froth, garnished with fresh coconut. This makes coconut cupcakes an encouragement beyond doubt to have as many of them to savor as you possibly can eat. They are perfect for serving to friends as a dessert at dinner parties or for any other occasion when a sweet tooth filler is required.
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Zucchini is one of those vegetables that manages to transcend basic cooking. Unlike some veggies, they can be used for more than side dishes and main meals — they can also become dessert. These zucchini cupcakes contain cinnamon, brown sugar, walnuts, and, of course, shredded zucchini. They are topped with a cream cheese frosting (made of cream cheese, butter, confectioners sugar and vanilla extract) in order to enhance, not detract from the flavor of the zucchini.
Source Cinnamon Spice & Everything Nice

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Black Tie Cupcakes

What turns a simple, homemade chocolate cupcake into one deserving of the title “black tie?” Look at it this way – a black tie event is a fancy, dressed up event. And these black tie cupcakes are as well. The cupcakes themselves contain cocoa powder, espresso granules and buttermilk. The combination of the three turns them into something sweet and rich. Once they’re baked, part of the top and middle is cut off and they are filled with chocolate ganache before they are topped with cream cheese frosting. Black Tie indeed!
Source My Baking Addiction

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These decadent and rich black forest cupcakes are a chocolate lovers dream. The moist and delicate cupcake is made with cocoa powder and melted dark chocolate which gives it a sweet yet slightly bitter flavor with a luscious gooey inside. Cherry jam and Kirscht Liqueur are used to enhance the chocolate flavor with a deep cheery taste. Finished with chocolate shavings for that extra chocolaty flavor. What a wonderful way to end the day.
Source LoveFood

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