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Melissa d Arabians Magic Fruit and Veggie Cupcakes


Putting fruit and vegetables into cupcakes creates more than just a tasty snack – they provide a way to get healthy foods into picky kids. These cupcakes start off with a basic batter that consists of three different types of flour (all purpose, whole wheat and soy) and oats, flax seed, brown sugar, cinnamon and several other things. Then, the fruit – fresh or dried – and vegetables are added in. The results are a tasty cupcakes with all of the health benefits and very little of the sweetness.
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Coffee and Doughnut Cupcakes Three Ways


Now this is a cupcake with a difference. A doughnut placed in the bottom of a cupcake liner with coffee cupcake batter completely covering it, and, when the coffee and doughnut cupcake comes out of the oven – hey presto! Things have taken a turnabout; the doughnut has floated to the top of the batter. With a frosting of swirled whipped cream, this becomes a decadent coffee doughnut cupcake, which is so delicious, you can’t settle for gobbling only one of them, you just have to have another, or even more.
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Rubber Ducky Cupcakes


Sometimes the best cupcake designs are cute and uncomplicated. Take these rubber ducky cupcakes for example. All that you need to do is bake the cupcakes (you can choose the flavor), adhere one half of a marshmallow and a doughnut hole to the top with vanilla frosting. Then, dip the top of the cupcake in yellow frosting and voila! Add on the details, like the beak, eyes, and you will end up with a cupcake that is almost too cute to eat.
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Gefilte Fish Cupcakes with Horseradish Whipped Cream


And now for something completely different that elevates the concept of savory to new heights. They might look like your average whipped strawberry cream snack but this will blow your guest’s minds. They’ll be instant converts when they catch the first whiff of fish and onions as you emerge from the kitchen. And they’ll be happy as can be when they bite into the irresistible Gefilte fish and horseradish whipped cream package.
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Deep Fried Cupcakes You Can Make at Home


What do you do when you have to choose between your two favorites: a doughnut and a cupcake? You don’t. Deep-fried cupcakes allow you the best of both worlds. So get yourself in line and in no time you can take that endless bite – through the top layer of chocolate and hot chocolate cake, then the mouthwatering ring of hot dough, and finally the spray of powdered sugar. Try it with a chocolate frosting, or a butter cream or cream cheese one. The possibilities are endless.
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Blue Moon Bacon Cheddar Savory Cupcakes Recipe


Cupcakes do not need to be sweet. Some, like these Blue Moon Bacon Cheddar Cupcakes, fall into the savory category. These consist of eggs, flour, baking soda, sour cream, vanilla extract, Blue Moon beer (which should bake out while in the oven, but makes these for adults-only nonetheless), butter, cheese and brown sugar. The frosting is a mixture of cream cheese, butter, cheddar cheese and powdered sugar. Bake, frost and top with bacon bits before serving as an appetizer!
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Key Lime Pie Cupcakes – Upside-Down Key Lime Pies


What’s better than a Key Lime Pie cupcake? An upside-down Key Lime Pie cupcake, of course. Yes, these tasty treats took a traditional dessert and turned it on its head. The cupcake batter contains Key Lime juice, cake flour, eggs, salt, baking powder, sugar, sweetened condensed milk and several other ingredients. The upside-down part? The graham cracker crumbles in the buttercream frosting. They make it seem like you’re eating a Key Lime pie – only backwards!
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Fresh Ginger Cupcakes Recipe


What’s better than a gingerbread cookie? Easy – a gingerbread cupcake, of course! These cupcakes contain both molasses and fresh ginger, as well as cinnamon, cloves and black pepper, as well as the usual traditional cupcake ingredients like flour and sugar. However, the part that makes these cupcakes truly tasty is the homemade whipped cream cheese frosting. Once you’ve baked and frosted these treats, top them off with a little candied ginger, just to give them that extra bit of deliciousness.
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Vanilla Cream Cheese Cupcake Cones


A new innovation in the cupcake world is the cupcake cone. They are a great way to give children the joy of having a sweet and tasty looking ice cream cone dessert without all the mess and fuss of melting ice cream. These vanilla cheesecake cupcake cones will not only impress the kids at the next birthday party, but you will have a lot of grateful parents as well. The crunchy cone is the perfect contrast to the moist cupcake and delicate cream cheese frosting.
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Rudolph the RedVelvet Cupcake


Who says you can only see Rudolph during Christmas season? With these delicious red velvet cupcakes, you will surely get to see Rudolph quite so often. These cupcakes are made out of egg whites and Chobani that is fat free. The top of the cupcake is made out of that all-time favorite chocolate and butter. Rudolph’s face is made out of M&Ms chocolate candy and wafers; some yummy pretzels for his ears. Rudolph red velvet cupcake is perfect with a warm cup of cocoa.
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