Pumpkin Cheesecake Cupcakes

Pumpkin Cheesecake Cupcakes

Pumpkin cupcakes are filled with a cheesecake center, and then decorated as spiders for this perfect Halloween dessert. These Pumpkin Cheesecake Cupcakes are scarily delicious!!

Most kids aren’t into spiders, even during Halloween, but these scrumptious chocolate spiders may turn their views around! Start with a pumpkin cupcake, get a little creative with the frosting and watch party-goers gobble them up!

Source: Taste and Tell

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Chocolate Halloween Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

Chocolate Halloween Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

Are you ready to sweeten up the scariest night of the year? Then look no further than these festive Halloween cupcakes starring dense and fudgy chocolate cake paired with sweet and tangy cream cheese frosting.

To ensure these Halloween cupcakes steal the spooky spotlight, they’re decked out to resemble pumpkins, complete with pretzel stems and candy vines. Dessert and tabletop décor? Double the win!

Source: Just a Taste

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Bloody Brain Cupcakes

Bloody Brain Cupcakes

It’s officially October. You know what that means: Halloween cupcakes! First up: bloody brains in baked good form.

These cupcakes are the perfect dessert for a spooky Halloween party or just for feeding fans of the Walking Dead. They’re pink cupcakes decorated with pink frosting “brains” and filled with just the right amount of oozy filling to make these truly creepy, as well as surprisingly delicious.

Source: Baking Bites

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We Bake Autumn Chocolate Cupcakes

We Bake Autumn Chocolate Cupcakes

Autumn isn’t just about pumpkin spice and apple-picking. It’s also one of the most beautiful seasons of the year, and these cupcakes are a tasty reminder!

Square shaped, chocolate filled and topped with autumn leaves, these yummy treats are perfect for parties, potlocks or just spending a cool night in.

Source: Maison Cupcake

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Apple Cupcakes for Fall

Apple Cupcakes for Fall

Fall bring apples which can be baked, grated, juiced and chopped any which way from Sunday. This beautifully versatile fruit lends itself to pies, fritters, cider, cakes and cupcakes just like these.

 The cupcake is incredibly moist because because of grated apple added at the end. When the apple bakes it almost disappears leaving a soft, crumbly cupcake. Cinnamon plays a big part in this recipe as a lot of people equate it with Fall and the holiday Season. It’s the perfect bite to get you in the mood for Autumn.

Source: Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking

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Cannoli Cupcakes

Cannoli Cupcakes

New York City’s Feast of San Gennaro starts next week, so we had to share these cannoli cupcakes just for the occasion!

Think vanilla cupcakes filled with cannoli cream and topped with cocoa whipped cream frosting. Just a touch neater than a traditional cannoli, but still just as tasty!

Source: Tide & Thyme

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Zucchini Banana Muffins

Zucchini Banana Muffins

Zucchini Banana Muffins are super moist with loads of flavor. The perfect way to use up all that leftover zucchini. These muffins are bursting with flavorful banana and cinnamon. You won’t even taste the zucchini!

The way we see it, if you’re going to get back to a normal routine and send the kids back to school, it’s at least worth starting off the morning on a delicious foot. Right?

Source: Baked by an Introvert

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Creme Brulee Cupcakes

Creme Brulee Cupcakes

These Creme Brûlée Cupcakes are made with a moist vanilla cupcake and pastry cream filling, then topped with caramel frosting and a lovely caramelized sugar top! They are so fun and absolutely delicious!

These cupcakes are so stinking good! They are fluffy, soft and super moist, filled with classic vanilla pastry cream and topped with a delicious caramel frosting! Could there be a better way to end the summer?

Source: Life, Love and Sugar

 

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Gluten Free Cupcakes with Nutella Cloud Frosting

Gluten Free Cupcakes with Nutella Cloud Frosting

Baking without gluten is notoriously difficult, but these cupcakes disguise that fact entirely. Perfectly fluffy, chocolatey cupcakes that you can’t even tell are gluten free!

These yummy morsels are topped with Nutella frosting that’s comparable to a cloud, for a treat that will make you forget that going gluten-free can be difficult.

Source: 52 Kitchen Adventures

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Root Beer Float Cupcakes

Root Beer Float Cupcakes

We think lots of things are better as cupcakes, but this idea for root beer float cupcakes really does have it all. Root beer flavor? Check. Cupcake goodness? Check. Ice cream? Check!

The cupcakes are moist and have a nice, tight crumb that seems to pass on more flavor in each bite. You can really taste the root beer, and the hint of vanilla – which many root beers also include – rounds out the flavor. They can be eaten plain, but they’re at their best when served with ice cream and a drizzle of root beer syrup.

Source: Baking Bites

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