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FOURTH OF JULY BUTTERMILK CUPCAKES


Simple buttermilk cupcakes become Fourth of July themed in a flash, thanks to the addition of homemade cream cheese icing, some red, white and blue sprinkles, and a single red or blue star shaped marshmallow. The cupcakes themselves are easy to make, and are a mix of buttermilk, lemon juice, vanilla, sugar, eggs, butter, cake flour and baking soda. Once they have baked and cooled, the fun begins as you apply the toppings before serving these treats!
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Patriotic Cupcakes


What an exciting way of honoring the flag of a country than with a cupcake and a flag on top representing it. Each patriotic cupcake is frosted with meringue butter cream, and decorated by pressing it into a small bowl of sprinkles and rolling it around until the surface is well covered. After that, simply arrange a party pick with a flag attached to the center of your patriotic cupcake. Children find them exciting to have for their birthday parties.
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Blue Cupcakes


Blueberry filled Vanilla cupcakes with lemon buttercream frosting are delicate, fruity, and wonderful for a light snack or a tempting dessert. The cake is a standard vanilla cupcake batter baked at 350 degrees for 18-20 minutes. The filling is easy as well; frozen blueberries thickened with sugar and cornstarch over heat. The blueberry filling is injected into the vanilla cupcake which is then topped with the tangy lemon buttercream. In not time, with little effort you have a super easy extra yummy afternoon treat.
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Blue and White Cupcakes


Blue and white cupcakes are a great dessert to serve at just about any occasion. From baby showers to Christmas parties, they fit the bill nicely. These lovely chocolate and vanilla cupcakes are decked out for a birthday party, complete with blue buttercream frosting, edible pearls and shimmering silver sprinkles and stars. Some have lucious white frosting, and are topped with an edible “happy birthday” topper, as well as blue gumballs. Now all you need is a party to serve them at!
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Layered Red, White & Blue Vanilla Cupcakes with Fool-Proof Cream Cheese Frosting


Simple vanilla cupcakes are taken up a notch, thanks to the addition of red and blue food coloring. To make these sweet treats as colorful as they are, take a standard vanilla cupcake batter and divide it into thirds. Color one section with blue food coloring, another with red, and leave the third one white. Simply swirl the batter together into the cupcake tins and voila! Patriotic goodies that are perfect for your next holiday barbecue.
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Strawberry Buttermilk Cupcakes

Strawberry Buttermilk Cupcakes

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