Blueberry Maple Cupcakes

Blueberry Maple Cupcakes

These Blueberry Maple Cupcakes are the cupcake equivalent of blueberry pancakes. Topped with a creamy frosting that tastes just like maple syrup.

These Blueberry Maple Cupcakes are extra special and unique. They taste like the cupcake version of blueberry pancakes. The texture of the cupcake is a little more like a muffin than a cupcakes and it’s filled with beautiful, sweet blueberries. The frosting is to die for.

Source: Spicy Southern Kitchen

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Chocolate Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes with Vanilla Buttercream, Sprinkles and a Cherry on Top

Chocolate Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes with Vanilla Buttercream, Sprinkles and a Cherry on Top

There aren’t many among us who aren’t fans of ice cream, but when it comes to party clean-up, these psuedo-ice cream cupcakes may be a bit (ok, a lot) more desirable for hosts and hostesses.

Think basic chocolate cupcake disguised as an ice cream cone! Just bake these treats into the cones, top with vanilla buttercream and sprinkles, pop a cherry on top and get to partying!

Source: Eat the Love

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Watergate Cupcakes

Watergate Cupcakes

Watergate Cupcakes are the cupcake version of the famous Watergate Salad made from pistachio pudding mix, pineapple, cool whip, and marshmallows and they are the perfect nostalgic treat.

The cupcake part is super moist with just a little texture contrast from the crushed pineapple. Both the flavor of the pistachio and pineapple are evident, but not overpowering. A green cupcake covered in marshmallow fluff frosting. That’s super fun.

Source: Spicy Southern Kitchen

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Licorice Delight: Vanilla Almond & Anise Cupcakes

Licorice Delight: Vanilla Almond & Anise Cupcakes

If you’re not a fan of black jelly beans or licorice that isn’t red, you certainly won’t be the first person on the planet. But these anise cupcakes somehow manage to capture just enough of the licorice flavor to thrill the tastebuds instead of turning them off.

Think vanilla almond cupcakes topped with whipped vanilla bean frosting, spiked with just a touch of anise flavoring. It seems like these treats might be the perfect amount of sweet and the perfect amount of “I only need one.”

Source: Sweetapolita

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Pizza Cupcakes

Pizza Cupcakes

It’s Monday, and on Mondays, it’s totally acceptable to have cupcakes for dinner. Especially when they’re composed of pizza ingredients!

These little muffins have all the components you love about pizza: sauce, mozzarella, herbs and pepperoni, held together by a savory cupcake. It’s a very basic dough that is soft and almost spongy, which is perfect to soak up tomato sauce. Imagine what a biscuit would be like with all of those toppings and that’s pretty much what you are getting!

Source: Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking

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Hazelnut Brownie Cupcakes with Hazelnut Buttercream

Hazelnut Brownie Cupcakes with Hazelnut Buttercream

A hybrid brownie/cupcake with chopped Diamond hazelnuts throughout is topped with a luscious chocolate hazelnut buttercream.

These are a hybrid of a cupcake and a brownie, so you get the best of both worlds. They are denser than cupcakes, but not quite as dense as a brownie. It’s the perfect compromise for when you can’t decide between cupcakes and brownies. Fold in some hazelnuts for a little bit of crunch, and it’s a little bit of chocolate bliss.

Source: Taste and Tell

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Mancakes: Beer, Bacon & Cheese Cupcakes

Mancakes: Beer, Bacon & Cheese Cupcakes

If the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, get ready to have quite a collection of hearts on your hands with these “mancakes.”

These sweets swap out the “sugar, spice and everything nice” in favor of a more modern set of puppy dog tails: beer, bacon and cheese. If you’re at all in tune with the world of food festivals, you know this combination, especially as a cupcake, is a no-brainer.

Source: 52 Kitchen Adventures

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Banana Smoothie Cupcakes

Banana Smoothie Cupcakes

Maybe it is almost bikini season, but it’s not true what they say, that you can’t have your smoothie and eat it too. These banana smoothie cupcakes take the illusion of healthy eating to a whole new level!

There is an ample amount of banana in these goodies, and the frosting is yogurt based, but you’ll still get your dose of sugar in the chocolate chips and other cupcake ingredients. The important thing here is that you can still say you had a banana smoothie.

Source: Raspberri Cupcakes

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Coconut Macaroon Cupcakes

Coconut Macaroon Cupcakes

Celebrate the arrival of spring with Coconut Macaroon Cupcakes topped with dark chocolate, toasted coconut and whipped cream.  Dark chocolate and coconut compliment each other and this cupcake is a perfect example of it.

These cupcakes aren’t your typical cupcake, though, because they’re made with less added sugar, swapping out traditional sugar for SPLENDA® Naturals Stevia Sweetener.  The result is just as delicious with a super moist and flavorful cupcake made without sacrificing any flavor!

Source: Swanky Recipes

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Cadbury Creme Egg Easter Cupcakes

Cadbury Creme Egg Easter Cupcakes

Many of us are fans of the ever-popular Cadbury eggs, which are now available with a variety of fillings, but this cupcake takes the original Cadbury creme egg to a new level of delicious.

Filled with jelly beans and crushed Cadbury eggs, then cored to make room for chocolate sauce, these cupcakes are topped with vanilla buttercream, homemade white chocolate ganache (colored yellow to resemble yolk) and as many Cadbury halves as you can fit on top. Are you drooling yet?

Source: The Scran Line

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