Sweetie Cupcakes are the fun kind of cupcakes, even more fun than the common frosted cupcake. Why are they more fun? Because they are garnished with more sweet stuff: candy. Any kind of cupcake is acceptable for this treat, and any kind of frosting is okay but let’s face it, chocolate is best. The fun part comes in in the decorating with M&M’s, Twizzlers, Tootsie Rolls, and the like. Kids of all ages enjoy this treat.
Winter is here and there’s no worry about melting snowman yet, unless of course you make the clever little melting snowmen cupcakes. These adorable treats are made of prepared cupcakes with white frosting, covered in coconut flakes and accented finally with the cutest little white chocolate melted snowmen. The face and arms are drawn with edible ink to give this melting friend personality. Colored scarfs of the candy variety further personalize them.
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Old Fashioned homemade vanilla cupcakes with old fashioned buttercream frosting are comfort food at its finest. The flavor is mild and buttery rich and the cupcake itself is a blank canvas for cupcake decorating. Since the palette is light, these can be tinted easily to match any theme or party color. The frosting lends itself the same way to overall party design. These are the perfect for tea, for parties, or for after dinner desserts.
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Pink Piggy Cupcakes are the cutest little things and a tasty treat as well. These yummy confections would be perfect for a children’s barnyard party, a 4H meeting or event, or just as a cute offering at a church’s potluck one afternoon. The rich buttery flavor and the cocoa goodness in these treats are perfectly complemented by the cream cheese butter cream frosting. No matter where you serve the Pink Piggy cupcakes, you’re sure to get rave reviews.
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Garden Cupcake Frostings are some of the easiest frostings you can make. Why; because they start with canned vanilla or white frosting. The “garden” flair comes in the form of extracts and food colorings, and of course in the edible and candy flowers and rainbow sprinkles. Raspberry extract along with red food coloring creates a beautiful hue as does the mint extract coupled with the green food coloring. These are sure to liven up any garden party.
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Cupcake toppers are quick, cute, and not very expensive to make. What is a cupcake topper you may wonder? A cupcake topper is a decoration for the top of your cupcake that kicks it up a decorating notch. The problem is they can be pricey to use if you are constantly giving them away. These cute little edible toppers are made with Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, frosting, and sprinkles and they are the perfect finish to your special cupcakes.
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If you have been looking for one of your favorite treats to be remade in cupcake form, look no further than these banana cupcakes with cream cheese frosting. The banana batter is from a modified banana bread recipe, and contains plenty of pureed bananas, as well as cinnamon,vanilla extract and flour, among other things. The cream cheese frosting is a classic that is so tasty you will have to resist the urge to eat it by itself. Combine the two for a new twist on a classic treat!
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According to all of the fashion magazines, as well as the fashion designers themselves, mint and gold is the new black. Or new cupcake combo. Either way, these chocolate mint cupcakes topped with mint green frosting and tucked into gold cupcake wrappers are the height of both trendiness and deliciousness. The cupcake batter contains cocoa powder, chocolate chips and mint extract to give them a little twist, and the frosting has more mint extract – plus some green food coloring. Tasty and stylish, all at once!
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It’s not hard to decorate a cupcake with a memorable frosted rainbow. All that you need is fondant frosting on several different colors (stick with the traditional ROY G BIV – red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet) if you want it to look just right, and some white fondant to make cute fluffy clouds. Follow the instructions in this photo-heavy tutorial and you’ll have the perfect cupcake toppers in no time flat!
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Forget chocolate and peanut butter — the winning combination with these Easter nest cupcakes is chocolate and coconut! The simple chocolate cupcake base (the batter is made from bittersweet chocolate, eggs, butter, sugar, vanilla extract and flour) are topped with a lucious coconut buttercream frosting. What makes them “Easter nest” cupcakes, you ask? The toasted, flaked coconut placed atop of the frosting in a circle, and the egg shaped pralines placed in the center of each, of course!
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